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EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOII 20. 181)7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Local uowb on eighth pngo.
Crickot prnctiflo from -1 to G thin
Tnxpayors will find an official
notico in this issue.
The Kash tolls clsowharo why
it Bells so many Buirts.
H. F. Wiohraan has matter of
intorpst elsowhoro on the subject
of his watch clnbs.
James MoCandloss has gone to
Kauai to sink an artesian woll for
the Koloa Sugar Company.
The Hard Times party of tho
llobecca Degree Lodge, I. O. O.
F., will bo the principal attraction
for this ovening.
' A Port sorvico will bo hold at
Central Union church Sunday
niglft. Extra music and a special
welcome for all scamou.
This afternoon the Eeforma
tory school boys, looking quilo
neat in uniform, inarched through
town to Bristol's horso show.
Today the forestry stair changes
over from Tantalus to Nuuanu,
and operations on the now forest
nursery will begin almost imme
diately. Dr. J. H. RaymorM is acting as
physioian to tho Queen's Hospital
in tho tomporary absence of Dr.
Cooper, whoso practiso ho has also
The polico mado a raid on tho
old Ohiueso theater last night and
arrested a number of Cinnamon
whom they caught in the net of
Preparations for the Raumaka
pili concort tomorrow evening nro
being perfected by the Kaineha
nieha school pupils. Fiuo native
singing is promised.
Tho Poople's Ico & Refrigerating
Co. will hold a stockholders' meet
ing tomorrow at 9 a. m., at tho
office of tho Hnwaiinu Safe Depo
sit Co. on Fort street.
As stated iu the BULLETIN of
yostorday, tho bark Rosalio is to
bo sold, for account of whom it
may concorn, at 10 o'clock tomor
row. Soo notico olsowhero.
Thoo. H. Davies has presented
St. Andrew's Cathedral with a
memorial window to the lato
Captain H. W. Mist, R. N., for
many years a churchwarden. It
is a fitting tribute to a dovotod
servant of the church.
Sir Robert Horrou's namo is
prominently mentioned in con
nection with tho vacancy iu tho
maungomont of tho loo Works by
reason of tho resignation of D.
W. Corbetl as treusurer uud mnu
ager. There aro sevoral other
applicants for the position.
That's a fiuo looking horse ex
hibited in a pioturo elsewhere,
but it id nothing in looks to tho
handmade harness, saddles, etc.,
to bo found at the shop of tho ex
hibitors, Chisholin & Coughlan,
proprietors of tho "Manufacturing
Olaf, the twelvo year old son of
Otto Oss, Victoria street, was
thrown from a horso whilo riding
round a cornor yostorday. Tho
lad was picked up unconscious
and was carried home. Ho was
severely cut in tho head and
bruised at the hip joint. Today
ho is soro but not considered in
Tho Tomplo of Fashion is pro
paring for the big rush that is
snro to attend their closing out
sale. The storo will bo closed
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
to allow tho goods to bo remark
ed! A reduction of 25 percont on
tho actual cost will bo given and
every pieco of goods will bo
marked in plain figures.
0. Knudson, who lost a child
by denth latoly, iB himself very
low with consumption. His wifo
and a 'remaining child have no
moans of support. Somo good
people aro ministering to tho
family's distress. Knudsen will
bo remombored as having got into
a littlo trouble some years ago
for shooting at cats with his P. G.
. If money-back talks, what
docs it say ?
, It says Schilling's Best
are right for you.
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i!t?. jrsMawmt jeusa, wnw..-
ni:v miii.DiMj run rouiL'fii'iM:.
CIIIMHU'.N ON mili.ck Nntnirr. I
llcport of the nitlldliig Coininlllri-
Remnrk by j. II. Atlmrtnii
null Oilier Tliono l'rcuciil.
Thoro was not as largo an at
tendanoo of frionds and well
wishers of tho Portuguese Kiu
dorgarton as was expected at the
dedication of tho now building on
Miller stroat this morning, aud
the absence of prominent mem
bers of tho Portuguese colony
was raoro than apparent.
The exorcises commenced with
a song in Portuguese by tho Lusi
tana quartette., which was follow
ed by tho rending of the follow
ing roporl by A. F. Cooke of the
To tho president, superinten
dent, teachers and friends of tho
Free Kindergarten Association.
In some countries the hardest
and sometimes tho most unpleas
ant duties of a committee aro to
raise the funds for charitablo in
stitutions. But it is a pleasures to
hayo beon connected with your
building committee, and to help
spend tho inouoy that has been so
generously iveu, for this tho first
aud only building now owned by
tho Free Kiudorgartoii Associa
tion of Honolulu.
This now building, plaunod by
your uresideut, superintendent
aud helpers, stands over the foun
dation of tho old school Iioupo.
This main iloor measures y2x!18
feet and the outor oircle is about 28
feot, iu diamoter. You havo a 11
foot lanai and baby's room on
tho sido and a 10 foot veranda in
front. Tho single donation mado
for this building amounted to
'Tho bills and oxpousos paid
and contracted for by your com
mittee aro as follows:
Lumber, doors, sash,etc. . 401 G8
Labor, mill work, and
carpontors 41G 80
Paints, oils, etc GO 00
PainterH and their
holpers 73 75
Cost of fonco, sign
board, etc 33 25
Blackboards, otc 21 75
Laying pipe, steel sink,
otc G 50
Labor on grounds and
lepniriug old fence. . .. 17 00
Total 1030 73
Balauco remaining 4 27
Total unit, of donation $1033 00
And now, Mrs. O. M. Hyde, pre
sident of tho Free Kiudorgarton
Associstion, I hand you tho koys
of this building, hoping and
trusting that Ho who govoniB all
things miy bo direct you and your
helpors, iu this work of charity,
that ho who has given yon this
building, and all who may bo
benefited in its use, for years to
come, may honor His holy name.
J.'B. Athorton, whoso gonerosi
ty made possible the erection of
tho building in which his hearers
stood, mado a few remarks iu
which ho told of tho difference iu
tho appearance of Punchbowl
Blopos today from what it was
when he lauded hero. It was thon
a dreary barren waste, whilo to
day tho hillsides aro covered with
tho numerous cottnge" of an in
dustrious aud frugal people
dwelling boneath thoir own vines
and fig'troos. Ho spoko of tho
first coming of tho Portuguese
and tho groat bonofits tho city and
plantations had derived from their
coming. Tho iuaroaso of popu
lation brought with it an increas
ed domnnd for schools. Had
theio not beon a necessity for
such a building as they
woro now standing in it
would not havo ''been thought
of. Tho speaker concluded by
congratulating thoso present on
tho very great improvements that
had tnken place m tho locality,
tho widouiug of tho street, the
erection of tho Portuguoso church
and other buildings and expressed
tho hope that it would continue
Mrs. O. M. Hydo said: In re
ceiving tho keys of this building
I wish first to express (ho thanks
of tho Building Committoo to Mr.
Cooko for the interest aud devo
tion ho has shown in suporiu
tonding its construction. It gives
mo also gieat pleasuro to nckuow
ledgo to Mr. Athertou in bohalf of
this Association tho very
gonorous gift of money which has
Celebrated for Its fjreat leavening strength
and licalUifuincrs. Aamiren tlio food ngalnot
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands, Hoval Hakinci l'ow
inn Co., New Yoiik.
To Our Store.
There's u well-beaten path. It
leuds directly to our doors.
Throngs of buyers traverse it
day, after .day. Shows that we
aro strengthening tho friendly
business relation between the
store and public, without which
there can bo no real success.
Wo hayo tho best goods, tho
newest articles in our lino, till of
which wo sell at tho closest
margin, of profit to' us. Wo aro
willing that buyers shall luivo
an opportunity of saving. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
mado this building a possibility.
And I am sure, Mr. Athorton, that
you can desire no greater reward,
than tho conveniences that havo
been provided iu this building, so
bountiful aud commodious, all
thoso conveniences which aro
absolutely necessary for the carry
ing on of successful work. Pleaso
accept iu tho name of all interest
ed iu Kindergarten work our most
hoartfelt thanks. It is a matter
of regrot to all of us now present
that Mrs. Colomtm, whoso heart is
so dcoply interested in this work
and who has douo so much for it,
conuot bo with us today to re
joice in its progress. I will now
call on Miss Lawrence, the super
intendent of tho work of this As
sociation, to tell us something of
its aims aud mothods.
Miss Lawrence complied in a
short address devoted to an ex
emplification of Kindergarten
Mrs. Hydo thou presented tho
keys of tho building to Mrs. Tar
bell, who will bo iu charge of it.
Somo interesting exorcises by
fifteen littlo tots out of Mrs Tar
bell's olnss of eighty then follow
ed, and the proceedings came to aii
end with a prayor iu Portuguese
by Itev. A. V. Sonrw.
Tho room iu which thooxetuisos
woro hold was neatly decorated
with tho Portuguese colors, potted
ferns and palms, cut flowers and
wreaths, prosontiug a vory pretty
appoaranco. Among thoso in tho
audienco wero noticedMr.aud Mrs.
,7. B. Athorton, Kov. 1). P. Birnio,
Rov. Dr. aud Mrs. Hydo, Mr. and
Mrs. Butler of Chicago, Mr. and
Mrs. Ilurd of Now York, Mrs.
Coan, Mrs. Hobron, Rev. and
Mrs. O. H. Gnlick, Mrs. Chara
borlain, Mrs. S. N. Castle, Mrs.
Sarah Gilman, F. W. Damon,
Professor W. D. Alexander,
Professor and Mrs. Hosmor, Mr.
and Mrs. Bluxomo, Kov. and Mrs.
S. E. Bishop, Mrs. A. O. Forbes,
A. F. Cooko, Mrs. Dr. Day, Mrs.
lngalls, Miss Margaret Hopper,
Bev. A. Y. Soaros aud J. M. Vivas.
Thoro wero also a fow of tho
parents of tho ohildron present. "
Arthur Harrison is making
good progress with his firo station
contract. Sevoral oE tho archos
aro completed, giving an idea of
what the building is to look like.
It bids fair to bo ono of tho finest
structures in Honolulu,
SCHMIDT & SONS
Allowed -For -Cash !
Just Received per 8. 8. Australia
For One Week Only.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
EVER STOP TO THINK WHY
WE SHIRT SO MANY
MEN? HERE IS THE
Cutting is most
likely tho stago of
all tho faults of fit aro
created. By making strong
this known weak spot,
our shirts como to
you chock full of
fitness and goodness.
ARE YOU THANKFUL THAT
AVE HELP YOU TO SUCH
- VALUES, AT THE PRICE
75c AND UP
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Can You AjtTord to be without; them
at the iPrices Quoted P
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Commencing Monday, March 22, 1897
Biggest Reduction Ever okered!
Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS
Reduced from S4LOO to 50 Cents.
Now is the time to get a High Qrado Corset for 50c., and remember this Mon
ster Reduction only holds good for
ONE EEK ! ONE WEEK!
P. D. CORSETS . .
Reduced from 3.50 to Sl.oO tor 1 "Week Only..
Other Grades of Corsets from 25 Cents Up. Just think of it.
From 4zO Cents LTp for 1 "Week Only.
B- A Seamstress will chargo you moro than this figure for plain sewing.
Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up !
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It QhtitQirates All Horso Motion.
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