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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 29, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. Cooper lms two liorsos nnd
a road wagon for bqIo.
Lodgo lo ProgrcB will bold a
regular mooting this evoning.
Saturday evening tho "Flying
JordanB" will appear at tho Opera
Officer Totna Aboy arrested a
Japaneeo this morning for fast
nnu iunouB unving.
Tho Australia is duo tomorrow
about noon with about oighteon
days mail and papers.
James F. Morgan will soil tho
unpermitted goods olsowhoro list
ed at 10 o'clock Thursday.
Look out forN. S. Sachs' Eastor
opening of millinery on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday.
V. AV. Dimond quotCB prices
for a variety of chinawaro, and
promises to give oxnet change.
Tho St. Louis Collogo nine de-
L foaled the Lisbons in a gamo of
baseball on Saturday. Score, 19
, to 13.
Dre. Cooper and Raymond will
roovo to tho offices of Dr. Mo
Grew, Hotel street, tho first of
Doputy Attornoy-Gonoral E. P.
Dole and Chester Doylo returned
from Maui by tho Claudiuo ycB
tordoy. J. Hanloy v,aa arrested for tru
ancy again today. Ho was up be
fore Judge do la Vorgno last wook
for tho samo offonso. -
Professor Borgor has prepared
ft good program for tho concort at
1 Emma square tonight. It will bo
found iu another column.
Tho caso of D. W. Corbett Has
been sot for trial on April 3. In
tho moantimo tho defendant has
been lodged in tho Oahu prison.
AY. J. Coelho, ex-clerk of tho
District Court, is again in trouble
At 1:15 today his wife swore out
a warrant for his arrest, accusing
him of assault and battery.
Samuel Parkor has Bold to tho
Pacific Sugar Mill a portion of the
Hi of Lalakoa, consisting of 694
ncros, situated at Eukuihaelo, Ha-
waii, for the consideration of $25,-
Another big reduction sale is
on this week at Jordan's. Em
broideries and trimmings are the
attraction, nnd a reduction of 75
per cont is offered on theso goods
for this weok only.
The committco in charge of tho
formation of a building fund for
tho proposed uow Armory for tho
National Guard will probably ac
cept Professor Bristol's proposi
tion of a benefit performance
Local crickotors will doubtless
have their heart's desho in a
match with tho Wild Swan mon.
For many years Honolulu has not
had the pick of half as many
playerH in practiso as at present.
Tho net proceeds of the Japan
ese bazaar recoutly hold at Queen
Emma hall amounted to $106.50,
which has boon equally divided
between tho Fred Kindergarten,
Japanese Primary school and
In the District Court this morn
ing tho following fines were levied:
Quong Choug, opium in posses
sion, SoOj two other Chinese gam
blerBlOeaoh; J. Caspinha, cruel
ty to animals, 810; J. Williams,
attray, forfeited 1U bail.
Colonol Fishor'a project for a
National Guard Atiaory is assum
ing definito shapo. At a meeting
of tho oflicors of tho regiment yos
torday tho proposition was hearti
ly ondorsod and a committee con
sisting of Colonol Fisher, Major
Jouos and Captain Whito appoint
ed to carry it out.
Tomorrow at noon Prof. Bristol
will give hia last ctrect parade in
Honolulu. This will bo tho last
opportunity for tho pnblio to see
Sultan, tho equino beauty that
solves mathematical probloms
with the readiness and accuiacy
of cultivated human intelligence;
Alfuusso, Iho luughiug hoi so;
Denver the mulo clown, and all
tho other clover animals of Bris
tol's "all star" company.
There's money -making
for you, your grocer, and us,
Kohau was arrested at noon for j
battoring another nutive. '
Stoc1(lln1l1f?ra nf flin TTrinnlrnn
Sugar Company will hold a special
meeting at 0 o'clock Wednesday.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Co-1
nuvoriises nno toilet, medicated
and shaving soaps.
In tho police court this morn
ing tho charge against Antouo
oeaoury of Doing unlawfully found
on tho promises of another was
Tho Miuistor of tho Interior
has refused to iilo tho incorpora
tion papers of tho Hagey lusti
tuto on tho ground that they con
flict with tho statutes regarding
Tho farowoll testimonial pre
sented to Col. G. D.iMooro, T. E.
Cowart and J. U. Kirkpatriok nt
tho Hagey Instituto is on exhibi
tion jjt tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s
Btoro. It is signed by G. R. Har
rison, president; J. A. Mehrton,
vice president, and Robort Swan
Soriingeou, secrotary, and
grandly engrossed and illuminated
by ViggoJacobBon, thopon artist.
Auction Saks by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
By drder of J. B. Cnstlo, Esq.. Col
luctor Guijeriif ot Customs, I will tell
nt Public Auction, at tny Salesroom,
Queen Street, on
THURSDAY. April LsC
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
the following Unpermitted OooiIh:
EFCroiliy; 10 Boohu, r P.imptik'i,
per Mouownl, July 8 1W)S.
Mrs B luylor; 1 VoWKclputlnV Ann r-
lonn, per Mrlpoi-a, August 31, 1805.
Mr Rhode; Violet Roots, per Austra
lia, September, 1895.
Dlatnomi Y; 4 Hooka, per Australia,
AdJ Ener; 12 Jar Charcoal, per Cop-
tlc, Scpti-tuber, 1895.
O H Stephen?; Ailvprtlt-lnn Cards, v er
Australia, December 14, 1895.
O H Stephens; 12 Boxe-, Envelopes,
per AUMtrullH, December H, is').
A Patterson; 4 Dunbnio & Gnulgan's
Catalogue, per Australia, Decent
ber 14. 1895
MIsh G Russell; 1 Box Ban Cukes, per
Australln, January, 1690.
T Hirona; 12 KIhiohub, per Mt Leban
on, March 24, 189ft.
W G Iiwlii & Co; Advertising Matter,
per Warrttaoo, May, 1890
Johnl'uty; Insurance AppllcatlouH,
per Australia, June, 1S96.
ERAiltinx; 1 Tin of Fertilizer, per
Australia, June, 1MW.
Slur S; 2 Parla of f hotograplm, per
Martpota, June, 1690.
A J Wushburn; Gla-s Tubes and Lead
Atioolimeutc, per Australia, June
T B Howell; 1 Box Cigarettes.
J Mert;tll;37rillk Hiuitlkeruhk'fx.
Diamond I IC; 0 Doea Crepe Shirts
and J ipuneie Pmimile, per Mt Lcb-
iiniin. Mun-h 21. 1690
OS; 5 luobSuy, ci TojoMaiu, June,
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
570 3t Auctioneer.
On and after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
& Rm mond will occupy the utiles of
Dr McGrtwon Hotel (-tract. Olllce
lwuira frnm K ltd to 10 a 111 . 1 '.) to 3
and 7 to b p. in. Telephone No. 151.
One Bay Horse, 7 years old, trotter,
firm lUv Horse. 0 veara old. nacer.
side bar used but little.
l(iilr" o Dr Cooper, corner Ala
kea and Beretauia streets. 670 Iw
Lodgo Le Progres de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. & A. S. Rite,
There will be a Regular Meeting of
Lodgo L 1'rogien de l'Oceanle, A. &
A. 8. Rite, at Its Hall, Pythian Caatle,
Fort Ktreet, THIS (MONDAY) EVE
NING, March 29, ut 7:30 o'clock.
Wohk in Second Dixihke.
Metnbera ot Hawaiian aud Pacific
Lodges and all bojourulug brethren
are traterually invited to utteud.
By order of the W. M.
HD. A. WILLIAMS,
570-1 1 Secretary.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Thursday and Saturday.
jfjtiT-1'iucES : Evenings 25 nnd
60 Cente; Matinees-Atlultb, 25 Cents,
Children, 10 Cents.
Celebrated for Its Rrcat lcavinlng strcnirtli
and bcilthnilneis. AMiirin tin food nuiliist
alum nnd u)l forms of lulultir.itton common
to tlio tlnap brand. llorA! IIakino 1ow
lien Co , Iji Yoiti..
To Our Store.
There's a well-bcivtcn path. It
leads (liioctly to our doors.
TliTOngs of buyers traverse it
day uftor day. Shows that wo
are strengthening the friendly
business loltvtion between tho
storo nnd public, without which
there can bo no leal tuccess.
Wo luivo the bust goods, the
nowest articled in jur line, all of
which wo sell at tho closest
mm gin of piofit to us Wc aie
willing that buyers shall have
an opportunity of having. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Foi t.
Iu tho Circuit Court off ..
the First Circuit, Hswall-1 mm
an Islands. J.tuies J. Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Alien and other, at Cham
hers. The Republic of Hawaii: To
the Marshal of tho Hawaiian Islands,
or hid Deputy, Greeting: You are
hereby commanded to fumtnon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Heury Rhodes,
v. it. i.amnert, A. FeeK, li. '. Dll
llughuin utiil OjIui Haltrriuil it Liiud
Co. to appear teu days after tcrvluo
hereof, If tliov reside on the Island of
Ouhu, otherwise twenty days after
servlc e, before siioh Ju-lge of tho Clr
cult Court of the First Circuit as shall
be sitting nt Chambers. In the Court
Room, m Honolulu, iu tho Judiciary
Building, to nuswer the annexed bill
of James J Byrne. And you are fur
ther com uunuled, by ruder of the Hon.
A. W. CartM, 1st Judi;o of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that process
b served upou W. A Kinney, Eti ,
for and on behalf of A. Feck and Hint
ft lempoiary Injun tlon I'suou prnytd
forngaluH the OUm Railroad .t f,iud
Coinii'iuy, A. FeeU, Ins Attorneys',
Agents and Factors, aid have you
then thero this Wilt, wth jour re
1 ! Witness the First Judge
1 sfcAI of the Circuit Cou.tof the
First Circuit, ul Uouolulu, this 27 111
day of July, 1S90.
(Sigj GEORGE LUCAS,
J 1100, Civil Code. The time with
in which an act Is to be done,
shall be computed by excluding the
tlrat day and Including the last. If
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
I cortlfy the foregoing to he a truo
copy of the original summons in said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service uihiIh ui on wild non-resl-dent-defeudttnt,
A. Kiel., by publica
tion of the sauie and cnntlutiatico of
said cause until the 28th day of Juue,
1697, at 10 o'clock Iu the forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of tho linuto
of Cluing King, late of Walalua, Ouhu,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. Perry, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court. First Judicial Circuit, Repub
lic of Hawaii, heroby notifies all per
sons having claims agnlnst said es
tate to preeeut the 3amo villi vninhurs
duly authenticated, even though the
same be tecured by mortgage upon
real estate, lo mm at waiauia, uatiu,
within six (6) months from date
hereof, of such claims will be forever
barred. All persous Indebted to said
estate are also notified and directed to
pay such debts to the Administrator
Administrator ot (he .E-iUte of Chang
Dated Walalua, Oahu, March 8,
1897. 66S -It
Torchon and Vnloncionnes luces
nro still iu grefit demund. L. I).
Korr has a choice lot, which ho is
soiling at lowest possible rates.
SCHMIDT & SONS
arrangpd for REMNANTS and
OTHER GOODS which will be
sold nt very low rates or glveu
New Goods by
Staples at Bedrock Prices.
Von Holt Block, King 8trcet.
EVER STOP TO THINK WHY
WE SHIRT SO MANY
MEN? HERE IS THE
Cutting is most
likely tho stage of
all the faults of fit nro
created. By making strong
this known weak spot,
our shirts como to
you chock full of
fitness and goodnoss.
ARE YOU THANKFUL'THAT
WE HELP YOU TO SUCH
VALUES, AT THE TRICE
75c AND UP
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerlCy BlOCk
We Make Shirts to Order.
Sixth Week's Offering
the: comijstg- "week:
"Will be Devoted to
Embroideries and Trimmings
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former 3?ricc S'5.00
$i.oo PER YARD ..
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing '
Former irice SloO
nxrow Selling ett
"50c. THE YARD
Former Price 83.GO
'3STO"W GOING A.T
$1.00 PER YARD
IiTimense Stock oi'
Tlio IedxTction On Edina AVill be iaa iroporfcion "l
300 -Tj5L3E.XJS O j;
Press Trimmiiigs :;
From 8 1-c. Up
FOR ONE WEEK
E5. "VS7". arODFUJA
.No. 10-EOKT STREET STOEE-No. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A.1-KIL 1st, 52d and' 3d.
French Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Novelties!
J5ffi- You aro cordially invited to attend. 'J
N.. S. SACHS,
5QO Fort Street
Patent - Shaft - Spr
Invented aud Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Obliterates AM Horse Motion
This dovico can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts
E&. For full particulars, call on or address
W. W. WRIGHT,
fl,')0-t( Proprietor Honolulu Carringe Manufactory, Fort street, abore Hotel.
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