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LO.CAL ANDV GENERAL.
Kaumaknpili concert this oven-'ing-
Thoro 18 crickot practiao Hub
Tho Star bnsoball boyB, havo
daily practise- now.
John 8. Walkor Las a half aero
lot in Hilo for sale.
See now card of Madeiros &
Deckor, tho Hotol Btreot tailors.
Company. D will have high
jinkB again next .Friday ovoning.
Tho trial of Skimizn and Galla
gher lias again boon postponed
until April 1.
Pupils of Kalihiwrtona school
carao down to the circus in two
E. O. Hall fe Son promiso a
groat exhibition of bicycles when
tho Australia coiue's iti.
Tho Lisbon and St. Louis ball
teams aro to play at match at tho
ball gruundB this afternoon.
King Bros, havo just tilled an
order for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
Programs for tho two band con
certs ut Emma squara and Makeo
Island will bo." found in anothor
. H. V. Schmidt fe SonB havo a
bargain tablo for rpmnants 'and
othor goods. It will pay ladies to
The annual missionary sermpn
at tho Methodist church will bo
preached tomonow morniug by
Kev. M. 0. Hurrw, U. D.
The Biblo class, fltudyjug tho
book of Ephosiaus, wi)l meet Sun
day -I p. m. ub usual. Dr. Hyde,
teacher. This ia for yonug men.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works has
boon partly closed down tho past
threo days for general overhaul,
iug and ropairiug of the ma
chinery. Miss Luoj Hayselden arrived
on tho Mokolii this morning for a
stay of a fow weeks, during which
she will be tho guest of Mrs Pau)
Colonel Fisher's project of
forming a nudleus of a building
fund for tho First Regiment
Armory is meeting with general
iavor among aue vommoors.
The funeral of bo lato Mrs.
Kinnny took place yesterday
afternoon from the family resi
dence, llov. H. H. Parker officiat
ing. The interment took placo
at Kuuanu cemetery.
Rev. H. W. Peck will spoak at
tho Young Men's Christian "As
sociation gospel meeting Sunday
ovoning at 0:30 o'clock. Subject:
"Chriat Died for Our Sins.." John
19.-1G-30; Rov. 13:8-9.
O. Knudson died at o:lo this
morniug. His family ia loft iif
peculiarly distressing circum
stances, which call for tho exor
cise of tho Christian charity for
which Honolulu is noted.
Antono Seabury wasarrested
thB afternoon on a charge of 'bo
ing found without lawful 'exouso
on the promises of another. Ho
denies tho charge and has
employed J. M. Vivas to defend
him. He was released on $100
Thoro is a game of baseball on
at Makiki this afternoon between
a team from Oahu College and
Kamobameha schools. One of
tho O. C. boya suill latt night that
his team would not bo beaten so
easily this time, it having had
lots of practiso sinco last gamo.
Crickot praotise drew out many
playorB yesterday afternoon.
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
managers at the Arlington, Tuos
day evening. It is hoped to get a
-pitch made on tho old M'ikiki re
creation grounds, so that a match
may bo played ovory Saturday.
O.Williams, a nativo, was ar
rested this morning for a criminal
assault on a littlo native girl (J
years and G mouths old. The de
fendant was arraigned in the.
police court, waived examination
and woa -promptly committed for
trial at tho next term of. tho Cir
Our spices arc pure and
So are ouf
U'hcrn Honolulu People May Wor
Centiial Union Onqnoii. Cor
ner Bcrotania nndlliclmrds street,
Douglas P. Birnio, minister. Servi
ces Sunday, March 28th: At9:B5,u.
m. Bunday School and Biblo
oIqbs; 11a. m., public worship nnd
sermon; 3:30 p. m., Junior En
doavor meeting; 6:30 p. m.,
Y. P. S. C. E. prayer .meeting;
7:30 p. m., public worship,
port sorvico, with apodal welcomo
for seamen, -oxtra mu8ic. P,i
loma Chapol Itev. J. M. Lewis;
pastor. 9:45 a. m., Sunday school,
7:15 p. m Gospol sorvico, Sunday
schools Japanose in Lyceum at
10 a. m., Portuguese on Punchbowl
streot and Hotel street mission at
Q.SH tv tn Ti-n?nr nifwiflnrva ul Mn
church Wednesday, 7.30 p. m., at
w ,,. .... j. .;v. u.vU...b9 ., i
I'alunin Chapol Fridiy. 7:15 p. m
A cordial welcome for all at
Fiiist Methodist Episcopal
CiiUltOll. Corner ofBorotauiaund
Millor strools. llov. 11. W. Peck,
pastor. Sunday, March 28th:
At 10 a. m Sunday School and
pastor's Biblo class; 11 a. m
nddroes to Sunday School; 11:10
a. m, missionary sermon by Rov.
M. C. Harris, D D., missionary
collection; 6:30 v. m.t Sopior
Epworth League; 7:30 p. m., sor
mon by pastor. I'oarl City: 2:30 o.
m., Sunday School; 3:30 r. m ,
missionary sormon by. Dr. M. O.
Harris. Etra I'luntation: Praiso
sorvico and sormon. Wodnosdny,
2:30 p. m., Junior Epworth
Loiiguo; AVoilnesiliiy, 3 p. tn.,
junior probutiouois class; Wed
nesday, 7 p. m., class meeting;
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., ,prayor
eorvice; Friday, 7:30 p. m., "Pen
Chiubtian Ciiuncii. Alakoa
streot near King. J. M. Monroo,
pastor. Sorvices for" Load's Day,
March 28th: Preaching at 11 n.
m., and 7:30 p. m , by the pas
tor; morning themo, "Security
Through Christ;" ovening subject,
"Christ.Stilling theT emppst;" tiun
day.sohool nt- 9:45 a. m.; com
munion service at 12 m.; Smith
St. Mission at 3 p. m. Young Peo
ple'sMeoting ut G:30 p. in.,; Prayer
mooting, Wednesday ovening;
Ladies prayer moeting Friday at
2:30 p. m. Allnro coruially nvitod
to attend those services.
Soman Catholic Catiibdrai
Services will bo as follows: 6 and
7 am, Low Mass with Holy Com
munion; Oam.'Mftsa with English
instruction; 10:30 a in, High Mass
with native sermon; 2' p m, Rosary
and nativo, instruction; 4:00 p m,
hativo instruction and Bonedic
tion: Weekdays, Low Muss ut 6
and 7 a in.
St. A.NDitiiW'H f Catiieduai,.
Tho soivicea' of tho Second Con
gregation of St. AndroVa Catho
dral tomorrow .(Sunday) will bo
us follows: At 9 -15 n. nr., morn
ing pruyor. with sormon. Beno
dicite, Bfrch, in D. (j:30 p. in.,
evensong, with sormon. j
LA'tTKn- DaV Saints Reorga
nized Clniroh of Jesus Christ of
Lattor-Day Salnts;:Mililani Hall,
roar of Opera Ilduso. Services
will be held on Sunday as follows;
10 a. m., bible oluss; 11:15 n. in.
and 0:30 p. m., propelling.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 11 a. in.,
service qt OahiTjail; 3 p. m., boys'
mooting -in Association Hall;
pruiso,sorvico in Y. M,C. A. Hull
at 6:30 p. m.
THE ItT. KIIPAXV.
Hnrj- Hrlluiu 4)olti(ed iHiinger
-Other OHIcerN Klcclrd.
At tho mooting of tho stockhold
ers of tho 'Pedplo's loo Company
held at 10 o'clock ihismoming,
the resignation of E. A. Jones' as
secretary was accoptedahd Arthur
B. Wood elected in his placo. "Mr.
E. A. Jones was then .eloctbd
treasurer in place "of D. W. Cor-
liett, resigned Tho Board of Di
rectors attor wards ,MM a meeting
and elected Henry Hoitinan, tho
present bbpkkoepor, as manager.
amnaam'iii n mriuli rijrt irw 11 iiiriiiiiiiiijiwmjr-;'i'"jiuijjijiicMBaBKBjEB
1 iTrRelaUviiljrov'e their eruJtSi j
There's a wcll-bcatcn path. It
leads directly to our doors.
Throngs of buyprs travorso it
day after day. Shows that we
aro strengthening tho friendly
business relation between tho
store nnd public, without- which
there can bo no real success. '
Wo have the best goods, tho
1 newest articles in our lino, all of
which wo sell nt tho closest
margin '.of profit to us. Wo aro
willing that buyers shall have
an opportunity of saving. You
can do it. .
' Hobron Drug Co.
King Sz Fort. ' '
March 22, iSq?.
We have recently imported
a few little novelties for the
household which we are sure
will find ready appreciation
among Honolulu people.
A Cigar Rest and Ash Tray
is something new. It can be
fastened b any table and is
just the thing to use during a
sociable game of cards. It is
as easy to adjust as a letter
clip, contains a receptacle for
the lighted cigar and another
for the ashes. It takes up little
or no space, doesn't tip your
hand to the other fellow or
make any side remarks about
your bad playing, but by its
convenience leads to that leel
ing of satisfaction and content
ment without which no man
can properly play the great
American game of whist.
People have often wonderep
why barkeepers always mix
cocktails to , order instead of
making up a lot and keeping
them on hand. The reason is
that they never taste as well
after standing. - The same rea-
'sonmg applies to lemonade, the
delicate aroma or the lemon
and the otjier stuff you flavor
the lemon with disappears on
standing. We have Lemonade
Shakers in sizes to suit from
one to six persons, so that yon
can mak just the requisite
amount. They 'are in silver or
nickel as preferred.
Gem Ice Shavers will be
found both economical and
labor, saving in mixing cold
Have you a dog? If so you
had better get him a collar and
a license tag. We have the
collars in allsizes, shapes and
styles and the taxrman will do
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
SCHMIDT & SONS
.HAVK A .
arrangeil for REMNANTS and
OTHKU GOODS which will be
sold at very low rates or given
New Gopds by
Staples at Bdrook Prices.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
EVER STOP TO THINK WHY
WE SHIRT SO MANY
MEN? HERE .18 THE.
Cutting is most
likoly tho stago of
all the faults of, fit aro
created. By making strong
this known weak spot,
our shirts como to
you chock fall of
fitness and g'oodnc&s.
ARE YOU THANKFUL TH,yT
WE HELP YOU TO SUCH
VALUES, AT THE PRICE
75c AND UP
: Wayerley Block
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
f v ,
Sixth Week's Offering
' THE COMINGS WEEK
Will be Devoted to
Embroideries and Trimmings v
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing If
iPormov Price .5.00 1 -.l--1 .
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing ' .
All-Qver Embroidery . '
Immense Stoxck of , '
Tlie Xiedviction.On TCdginp;s AVill bo in Proportion
From 2 l-2c. Up
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
3- 'XW. J"OJEfcID5L3J"!'St
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITort Street
'Will Be Offered This Week !
You Can't Afford to Miss Them.
Patent .- Shaft r Springs
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W.yylf l,.l,ViY,,v .".L"i rw A'5TOa'liffiip J
Invented uud Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Ohlitai'aies AM Noise Motioni
This device can . bo attached to Any Brake '
with Straight Shafts
13. For full particulars, call on or address
. ,W. AyWRIGI-IT,
556'tf Proprietor Honolula Carriage llanuiactory, Port street, abot Hotel,
$i.qo PER YARD
IPormor Price Sl-SO i
ITormer Pricp J53.oO
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