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MAItOII 30, 18U7. 5 ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A pound notico
Tondora for printing law books
aro inritod by tho Attorney Qon
oral. Dr. Murray moves to tho Cart
wripbt renidonco at Borotania und
.Nicely furnished rooms
Popular House, 154 Fort
from 81.00 per vook up.
Mrs. W. G. Ashloy and
ohildrou aro homo again
arrived on the Australia.
0. B. Gray, bookkeeper for tho
Union Feed Company, is homo
from a visit o the States.
Mrs. L. H. Mobds, "wife of a liou
touant on the U. S. S. Marion, and
child came down on the Austru
lia. Mrs. J. K. Barney, a temporanco
lecturer who will remain here a
fow days, came down on tho Aus
tralia. Mr. Thurston gavo out an inter
view in Washington on tho refusal
to allow Japanese to laud ut Ho
nolulu. Tho Cricket Club managers will
moot at tho Arlington this ovon
ing to consider the matter of
Tho San Francisco Chronidlo
has a half pngo illustrated article
on Koolau, the lato leper outlaw
Captain Alexander McLean is
organizing a colony for tho Solo
mon Islands to go from Sun Fran
cisco in tho bark Mermaid.
Rear Admiral J. G. Walker
has beon placed on the retired list
of tho United States Navy on ac
count of ago.
Harry J. Agnow of tho wall
known Agnow stock form at Hills
dale, California, was oue of tho
arrivals on this morning's steamor.
Samuel J. Bailey, well borer,
died at tho Queen's Hospital nt
3:45 o'clock this morning, He was
an Englishman and 154 years of
M E. L. Fitzgerald, Labor Com-
xmissionor of California, with K
M. Greene, secretary of tho Labor
Bureau, arrived today on an im
Inquiry at Annexation Head
quarters bringH forth tho state
ment that annexation nows receiv
ed by this steamer is moro fuvor
able than evo'r before.
A roprcsontativo of tho Bulletin
was informed today that Mr. Mo
Stockor's statements in this morn
ing's Advortiser would bo ans
wered in a day or two.
If you want absolute perfection
in Refrigerators, go to tho Pacific
Hardware Co., for tho "Hygionio."
It obviates all dqfeets found in
old styles, and embodies improo
meuts and virtues possessed by
Kroogor Pianos-,sweotest in tone,
Jas.W. Bergstrora, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooras at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice) at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
" ing and repairing. WS" Tele
Tho Bullotin poplo hearing a
hammering noiso on tho parti
tion of their oflico Waikiki side
today called on Mr. Hustace for
.'Jan explanation and found that it
ywas caused by tncking up signs
of Schilling's Best in his store.
A. M. Mollis arrived on tho
Australia this morning, not being
ablo to Btand the cold weather of
New York, whero ho loft Mrs.
Mollis for a time. Ho says his
Waikiki hotel projeot is progress
ing favorably aud will soon bo
heard from in dofinito shapo.
Tho Flying .Jordau Variety
Troupe arrived today. In addition
to tho six aorial uitists in tho Jor
dan family thoro are ten other
talented aitists' in tho company of
whom moro will bo said anon.
Tho troupo is first-class in every
rospoct. Thoy open on Saturday
There's money in Schii-
for you and your grocer.
Sugar 3 5 Kitlm.
ll'rnoli n,flnM nt V1 1..'.,
n" lynioio i iwuuai I
This is tho last wook of Bristol's
Dolicacics by Australia at II.
May & Co.'s.
J. J. Egan has just received tho
finest grass linens.
Company H olocted
mombors last night.
Choral sooioty moots tonight for
practise with tho band.
Hon. Paul Nouraann is back
aEnln after a visit to Muui.
Tho Stanford Univorsity Gleo
and Mandolin Clubs, comprising
'22 men, will shortly como to Ho
nolulu. S. S. Australia sails April 7.
Tickets for all over tho United
States at W. G. Irwin & Co. tho
There will bo a special dinner
and dance at tho Huwaiiau hotel
this evening with music by
,A fresh consignment of
celebrated Enterprise Beer and
fresh oysters for cocktails receiv
ed per Australia by tho Merchants'
Besides the sugar tariff nows
elsewhere, there aro private ad
vices to the effect that Hawaiian
reciprocity will be distinctly rati
fied in tho Uingloy bill.
Tho couit at Knilnn," Hawaii,
was to bo openod April 7, but is
postpouod till April 9, to pormit i
the uttornoys, litigauts nud wit-j
uchps to get there on time. j
H. RenjcH, consul for tho Neth-
erluudc, and a partner in the firm
of F. A. Sohaofor & Co., has re
turned with his wife und child
from au extended visit abroad.
Rov. John Usborno, wife and
son wore passengers by tho Aus
tralia. He has been appointed
vico-deau of St. Andrew's oatho
dral aud wi 1 1 commence his duties
Commissioner Joseph Marsden
let loose a lot of California bum
bio bees recoived pn ice by the
Australia from Professor Koobole.
TlnVkiud is not a borer and is
hold to be a useful insect.
The stair of clerks at tho Tom
plo of Fashion are hard at work
remarkiug tho largo stock at that
popular establishment. Every
thing wijl be in readiness Thurs
day to accommodato the largo
ciowd that is siuo to attend.
Watch tho daily papers for prices
Weduetday and Thursday.
The embroidery and trimmings
sale at Jordan's has proved as
groat an attraction as his pievious
efforts. "The goodB aro dirt
cheap," said Mr. Jordan, "aud
consequently the ladies of Hono
lulu uio eager to buy. "Why, take
Swiss embroidered ilounciugs, that
formerly hold for $4, S3 and SG
per yaul and are now marked at 81,
and to Honolulu lady with au oyo
to irgood burgniu can resist the
tomptationfind tho dress tiim
ining in endless variety from 2c.
up is a great attraction." This
lino of goods will bo taken off tho
couutors at tho end of tho week.
TO-DAY S J" TO-DAY
.... A.' CHOICE LOT OP....
Fresh Roll Butter,
Fresh California Kidney
Fresh Turnips, Etc., Etc.
EC. MAY & CO.
Notice U hereby given that the fol
lowing estrays liuve liecn Impounded
In the Government Pound at Maklkl,
1 Bay Hotku, branded "Z" on the
left lilnd hip, white strip xtenillng
from tbu fdtt.lieail to I lit iiobh, while
spot ou the neck anil aluo ou the back
und hIho under the neck aud two white
spots on euoh Bide of the heud Imme
diately under the ears.
1 Crenna colored Horse, branded
'7K" ou tho right leg, two white
spots on the forehead, white strip on
the nost;, two forefeet black, right
hi ml foot black, left hlndfoot white
nlco blxek Ju-t above the(Hnie foot.
And If such estrays nre not claimed
and all pound churues satle flwl on or
boforo SATURDAY, April 10. 1697.
at 12 o'clock noon, they will be sold
on Hint date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KKKUENK,
Honolulu, H. I., March 03, lb97.
IMMIIMDOIIK J 1,11 KNOCK II Dltr
i.n iiii:i'hiiitm:mii iioi.ni.
Corlirtt Mitintd Mnt Nrlrnco mid
Nirril lint l'ltx WuNtlic IMcrrrr
What has boon termed, and per
hapa truly, tho fight of tho contury
is over aud RobortFitzsimmous of
Australia is now the champion
prizo fighter of tho world. Tho
J end came in tho fourteenth round.
f Tho first three rounds of the Cor
( bett aud Fitzsimmons fight at
I Carson, Nevada, on March 17,
j wore spout in futile sparring, both
' men seeming to bo tryiug to
I gaugo tho othois' methods. In
ino tourtu round Uorbett found
- JMtz' jaw repeatedly and had on-
timlv tlin linat nf it nil llirnnnti
I In tho fifth Corbett seemed to
havo taken his onnonent's
measure; smashing him repeated
ly ou tho jaw and going for him
regardless of consequences, evi
dently with tho intention of wear
ing him out.
In tho sixth Corbolt very near
ly had his man boaton. Fitz was
mad clear through when ho res
I ponded. He riiBhed Corbott and
tried to scoio with the right, but
laiicu, a clinch tollowiug. Then
Fitz did considerable wrestling,
and tho crowd ciied "Foul!" Then
Corbott caiuo at his ninu viciously,
smashing him with right and loft
on the jaw, making Fitz unsteady
on his feet. A straight left ou
tho nose made tho blood How iu
streams. A light handor on tho
jaw staggered Fitz, and in ordor
to avoid further punishment ho
dropped to his knees, remaining
down eight seconds. Corbott
Btood off waiting for him. Whon
ho did get up Corbett promptly
smashed him on the jaw with the
loft, following with tho
right on the jaw, staggeriug Fitz.
A straight left on Fitz' damaged
noso again brought the blood.
This round was all in favor of
In tho seventh and eighth Cor
bett followed up his advantage
but seemed to bo gradually tiring
while Fitz got fresher. In tho
ninth the tide turnod and Fitz got
in a staggerer ou Corbett's jaw and
lipd tho best -of tho fighting all
round. In tho tenth while Fits,
was tho aggressor Corbett seomed
to havo tho best of tho fighting.
Iu tho olevonth it seemed to be u
caso of who could stand tho most
punishment. Iutho twelfth thoro
was moro hard fightiug, Corbott
seeming to bo tho freshor of tho
two. In the thirteenth thoio was
fierce fighting Fitz, landing twice
on Corbett's jaw heavily, while
Corbett hit the Australian five
times in succession on the face
Tho fourteenth and last round
is thus describod by tho Now
Yoik Herald's special correspond
ent; Corbett led first, shooting out a
left, but was short. His uoxt ef
fort met with hotter results. The
blow lauded hard on Fitz's dam
aged noBo. This he followed with
auothor loft on tho same point.
Tho blows seomed to nettlo Fitz,
and ho promptly came" back at
Jim, scoring with force ou tho jaw
and following it with two loft
swings on Corbett's jaw. Ho fol
lowed up the advantage just r,in
ud cleverly. BushingrvicionsIy nt
Corbott, ho planted his loft with
foarful force in tho pit of the
stomach and followed it with a
right over tho heart. 'Corbott
placed his hands ovor his body,
and, with an expression of agony
on his faco, sank writhing in pain
to tho floor. Thoro wore somo
cries of foul, but tho blow wob a
perfectly fair ouo. It. doubled
Coibott up completely, and from
that moment his claims to tho
title of champion pugilist of tho
world ceased to oxist. Aftor nu
effort that was pitiful in tho ex
treme, Corbett finally struggled to
his feet hnd in a dazod Bort of way
made his way to the northwest
cornor and wanted to go on with
tho fight, but Fitz laughed at liira
and frieuds separated them. Lator
Corbett's seconds made a claim of
foul, which the rpforeo rofusod to
allow. I showed my description
of tho knockout blows to Silor
immediately aftor tho tight, and
ho said: "That is just tho way it
happened. There was no foul.
Tho blows wore perfectly fair."
Tho time of tho round was one
minute uud forty-ilvo soconds.
lt(riri Sole by Jus. 1 Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
ByonlerofJ.lt CuMle, 1 , Col
lector General of (Jiixtom, 1 will sell
at Public Auction, at my salesroom,
Queen Street, ou
THURSDAY, April 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
the following Unpermitted Goods:
EF Crosby; 10 Books, 5 Pamphlets,
per Motiownl, July 8, 1895.
Mrs 8 Taylor; 4 Vols Scientific Amer
ican, per Mariposa, August 31, 1891.
Mr Rhodes; Violet Roots, per Austra
lia, September, 1805.
Diamond Y; 4 Books, per Australlo,
Adj Eguor; 12 Jars Charcoal, per Cop
lie, September, 1895.
C H.Stepliens; Advertising Cards, per
Australia. December 14. 1895.
C H Stepheth; 2 Boxes, Envelopes,
per Australia, December 14, 1893.
A Patterson; 4 Dunham & Ganlgan'a
Catalogues, per Australia, Decem
ber 14, 1895.
Miss G Russell; 1 Box Bean Cakes, per
Australia, January, 1690.
THIrosa; 2 Klnionas, per Alt Leban
on, March 21, 1890.
W G Irwin & Co; Advertising Matter,
per Warrlmoo, May, 1890.
JonnPaty; Insurance Applications,
per Australia, June, 1890.
E R Adams; 1 Tlu of Fertilizer, per
Australia, June, 1890.
Star 8; 2 Parts of Photographs, per
Mariposa, Juno, 1890.
A J Washburn; Glaa Tubes and Lead
Attachments, per Australia, June
T B Howell; 1 Box Cigarettes.
J Alergell; 37 Silk Handkerchiefs.
Diamond I K; 0 Dozen Crepe Shirts
and Japanese Pomade, per Mt Leb
anon. March 21, 1690.
0 8; 5 Tubs Boy, per Toyo Maru, June,
Also, 1 Parcel Sundry Pieces of Bilk
Crepe, 1 Parcel Cotton Crepe, 11 Ki
monos, 7 Opl, 9 Undershirts, 3 Pieces
Mansgellue de Clilua, 8 Jars Chinese
Medicine Wine, 1 Demijohn, 1 Box
Chinese Medicine, 1 Crate Wooden
Plates, 1 Ladles' Watch and Chain,
1 Gent's Watch, 0 Gent's Watch
Chains, 7 Rings.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A Special Meeting of the Stockholders of
the TJonokaa Sagor Company will be held
at the office ot F. A. Schaefer & Co., on
WEDNESDAY, March 31, 1897. atOo'clook
a. m. H. BENJES,
670 2t Secretaiy.
Sixth Week's Offering
TELE COMING WEEK
Will be Devoted to
Embroideries and Trimmings
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
$i.oo PER YARD
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former 3?rioe Sl-GO
3NTo-w Soiling; art
50c THE YARD
- All-Over Embroidery ' . '
FOR ONE WEEK
No. 10-EOET STEEBT ST0EE--rlSTo. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A.1-KIL 1st, 2d and 3d.
French Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Novelties!
8- You arc cordially
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Stveot
Patent - Shaft - Springs
' Invented aiiU Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It ObtUarates All Horse Motion,
This devico can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts "
5V. For full particulars, call on or address
W. AV. WRIGI-IT,-
556-tt Proprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort street, obore riotel.
'ormor Price $-5.00.
Forrnor JPrice S3.50
Edins AVill bo
From 3 l-3c, Ux
invited to attend. 2