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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
F. Halstoad of Wnial.ua is nl tho
Surveyor Bruuer loft for Maui
on tho Claudino last night.
Soo E. O. Hall & Sons bicyclo
announcement in this paper.
Tho registration board will com
raonco its sessions tomorrow.
John S. Walkor lias lots to sell
at Kalia on tho Waikiki road.
Qoorgo Ashley and family aro
temporarily located at tho Arling
ton. . Eastor millinery opening at
Sachs' tomorrow, don't fail to at
tend. Tho baud will play at the Exe
cutive buildiug at -i:5o this after
noon. Tho Board of Health will hold
" its rogular weekly session this
Jns. F. Morgan will sell impcr-
mitted goods for tho custom houso
tomorrow at 10. .
A good deal of money changed
hands in this city over tho result
of tho prize fight.
Tho govornmont band will give
a coilcort at tho Huwaiian hotel
Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald
and Secretary Greon aro spend
ing tho day at Ewn. ' '
Tho semi-monthly circular of
tho Hawaiiau Morcantilo Agoncy
was issued this afternoon.
l)r.Tuckor, fonuorly of this city,
died suddenly in Oakland on
March 20 of heart disease.
The members of tho Flying Jor
dan Vaudovillo Company aro
quartered at tho Hawaiiau hotel.
Tho rosorved seat sale for tho
Flying Jordans is now in pro
gress. Forformuuccs aro to bo
givdn both Friday and Saturday
TJp to noon today taxes had
beou paid on 310 malo dogs, and
(!5 females, which shows that tho
dog-catchers have plenty of work
ahead of thorn.
Tomorrow is gcnornlly known
as All Fools' day, but it is doubt
ful if any of tho Government em
ployes will be fools enough not to
draw their salaries.
Tho Socrotary of tho Honolulu
Cricket Club is trying to make up
two toams.aBachoIor vs. Benedict,
for a match. Thoro aro some
good players onboth sides.
In tho police court this morning
Wong Keoand Kooki,ohargod with
assault and battery ,wora dismissed.
Ah Chca and Ah Mau woro lined
ii each and costs for an affray.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Bulkier
aro stopping at tho Hawaiian hotol.
They aro from Douvor, Colorado,
and woro hero somo four ycirs
ago. Mr. Bulkloy is in poor
Commissioner Marsdon will
take with him to tho Coast a largo
number of pamphlets recently is
sued by tho Foreign Oflico which
ho will placo whero thoy will do
tho most good.
A runaway niulo attached to a
lumber wagon was clavbrly stopped
by Dan Vida on King street near
Thomas square this morning. Tho
runaway might havo caused some
serious accidents if it had not boon
stopped in time.
At tho meeting of tho Cricket
Club executive lnat night Di;.
Muiray piosnling with much
ability more thau a wholo team
of new members was olectod. It
was decided to mako a pitch on
the Makiki public recreation
grounds. A match ith oflicors
of H. M. S. Wild Swan will bo
played after the vessel's return
from Kauai, whore sho goos next
Tho stock of embroidory and
trimmings that is tho attraction is
'being rapidly gobbled up by tho
ladies of Honolulu who aro ever
eager for a bargain. Tho reduc
tion of 75 por cent on tho formor
prico is tho cause otlluiry in tho
many female hearts that aro daily
bcou wondiug their morry way in
to that popular emporium presid
ed over by E. W. Jordan. Tho
sole lasts this week only.
The short cut to success
with Schillings Best
is to money-back them.
TheMonowni is due from the '
Colonies tomorrow. '
The W. 0. T. U. lunchroom is
Hay "Wodohouse has returnoU
trom ins trip to. Maui. , ,
St. Louis College B. B. C. re
coived through Thrum's agency,
by tho Australia, cupB, stockings
and boltB, to complete their uni
forms. JAl'AN MOIJI-NS ,;ain.
Death ul ilio t'ronn I'rtiicp'llppurlrd
by S. ft. Peru. '
Tho following .paragraphs aro
from a nows column ip Jho San
Francisco Chronicle df March 18:
"Tho steamor Peru, which ar
rived yesterday from the. Orient,
brings tho hows that "tho 'Crown
Prinpo of Japan is dead." The
heir apparent to tho Japanese
throne, according to advices that
aro considered authphticr pnssptj
away at on'o of the palaces of- the
royal family between Yokohama j
anu Kioto eoveral ;lays before tho
sailing bf tho Peru, but for vari
ous roasonsho fact has not been
publicly announced as yet. Japan
has iust recovored from a liiouth
r ..i.-: . it i i r .i
Empress'Dowagor.'duringwhiclH'111)' ""or. flay. Shows thut we
period business was suspended ' mo strengthening tho friendly
ond festivities of all kinds avoid- j business relation between tho
od. lo millet tho wholo empire . ' , , v .., i , . ,
with another siego of grief ond storo mid public, without which
mourning at this itimo iihs "been there can bo io leal success.
doomed inadvisable, atid for that I WirjYa'vovthi' ljL'st RPods the
reason, so tho Htory noes, tlio . . .f .-i i- ' n t
death ot tho Crown PrirW U be-1 noWoAtuiitwlcB. in oh. lino, all of
iug kept secret for, tho tune beiiig, vwhiqh, w Piill at the closest
"Captain Drfy said thai it was ijinrgjn Ofnrolit tons. Wd aio
Kt0?f I'.' Yoh(i, .t,mt '"JliHing "tliat bih-c,- ,liU lmve
ileath of the Crown Prince had ' h . - . . ;.
comnlrttnlv nrnahn,.il tin. KinnorJUftn Ol)l)01 tillllty Ot avm'. loll
or, wnose Uealtn. Uas not lieon tlio
I, , !- .,..t,.. .
uusi ol mio. a. ruuior was uircui
atod that'tho lUmperor also was
dead, but this was quickly aud
emphatically denied. One rumor
uauittuat smallpox Hail iiroKun
out in tho Emperor's palace and
flinf llin ntinnn 11ntnm.Ai mwl fliA
Crown Prince hiul both died fmm '
this disease." I
An inquiry has beou in ado at
tho Japanese Consulate Geuorol
in Honolulu about the rumored
death of the Oiowu Prince. No
official information has been re
ceived by Consul General Shirao
muni, and ho is strongly inclined
tobollovothattho rumor is untrue.
ToiunrriiM'i llin II113.
A vieiit to tho Templp of Fash
ion this aftornoon disclosed to a
Bulletin representative a weary
looking lot of clerks and ono vory
tired proprietor. Mr, Silva and
his larco staff of alerks"have been
ery busy for Ww hwt three days ,
liMiiarkiug the lunm'uso stock I
proparatory to tho grand closing 1
out salo that opens "tomorrow, j
"Wo are just Ijuislnng up," said I
Mr. Silva, and a vory hard job it j
has proven to be. Ovor S-10,000
in dry and fancy goods -has boon J
remarked in plain ligiuos."
"Why plain figures?" "Oh, so'
tho people won't hao to bo con- l
tiuually asking prices on diffoient
pieces of goods that will bo dis
played within easy reach of tho
customer. Big discount! Woll, I
should say so; the largest ever
fiyon in Honolulu, I am positive,
havo got to close out this stook,
as I am permanently retiring from
business. I roadily realized thut
the only way to make tho public
buy was to sell cheaper th'an any
otiinr dry goods linn in tho city.
"My roduction? Twenty-iivo
por cont reduction 'on tho actual
cost. No firm can do this and
continue to livo, but I cnu stand
it, as I intend to leavo Honolulu
for good, and permanently retiro
from tho dry goods business. The
white morchunts trado in dress
silks, mcn'shats, shirts and other
gouts' furnishings is now mostly
done by tho Japanese. Thoy can
buy cheaper thau I can. Iii Jap
an thoy pay less lout as a rulo,
hiro cheaper labor, and in conso
quenco undersell the white mer
chant. This is one of my roasons
for retiring. Tho other is thot I,
have private affairs in Portugal
that demand my personal atten
tion, Como in tomorrow if you
can get insido tho door and look
ovor tho prices. You will say
that J am foolish, but these goods
have got to go."
The W. C. T. U. Lunch Room, con
iipctftl with the Woman's I'WvIuiiikc,
will lio elo.-til fium (lute till furtliur
Houoluhi, March 31, 1807. 672-tf
j evening Bulletin, march ai; isj7.
Celebrated for ltd prcat leavening fttrcngtli
(mil liinTthftiliiCM. Amuiv IJio foocljj;iilnt
itliun nml nil forms of lulultiriitlini uimtrum
to tliu tliLap brnnilit. ItuVAI. lUhlso 1'ojv
Iil n Co, 2utt YHirt.,.
One Road .
To Our Store.
.TlicroV a well-beatoupatli. It
leads diicetly. to our 'doois
'Pl.-A.... f i i :i
i iiiuiiua i uuvuia uiiviuw ii
U'lin do it,
Hobron Drug Co.
, King & Foil. '
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Kolt Till: ABOVE rOIlT ON'
WcMliic.Ntlny, April 7th,
AT 4 O CLOCK P.
Tim itii(lerHi;nel nro now
iMied iun now ti
Is3iio Through TicIitU (rum this City to all
points in tlio United StntOH.
CjeTor further jmrtiouhri
I"), lht or Pass ye, iiipl to
On Ice. ;
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
'Iluiiolulu CliorHl Union."
Thoro was an attondanco of
about -10 at the practise of tho
choral organization last night.
An orchestra from tlto govern
ment band accompanied the sing
ing, and tho players made a gioat
doal of noiso tuning up. Prof.
Yarndloy' defended the prosciip
tivo right of tho torpid organiza
tion to tho namo, "Honolulu Cho-
ral Society," so tho mombors -vot
ed to call tho now body "Honolulu
JIUs Cnlilll'n Wii-iiluu luy.
. Miss Oaliill, the popular Ilotol
stroot milliner, will hold an open
ing Tlay ot spring novoluos on
Thursday, April 8, wheu sho will
display nil of the very latcHt
spring stylos, personally selected
by herself. Tho goods aio all
hero but cannot ho opened till tlio
8th on occount of extensive- altera
tion now under wnyat the Arling
ton block, l'lvorything will, how
ovor, bo in readiness on April 8.
00 Jfe. 31 -wr cp
Auction Sttlrs by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By onlor of J. B Caotte, Esq., Col
lector General of Cimtome, I will eoll
nt rubllo Auction, ul m Salesroom,
Queen Street, on
TO-MORROW, April 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
the following Unpermitted Goods:
K'F Crosby; 10 Books, 6 Pamphlets,
per Monowal, July 8,'1895.
MrffS Taylor; 4 VoUHclentlllo Amer
ican, per Murlposn, August 31, 18.
Mr niiodvs; Violet Roots, pur AiiHtra
lln, Septi-tnhur, 1895.
Diamond Y; 4 Books, per Atistrulin,
Adl Kgner; 1U Jars Clmrcoal, per Cop
tic, September, 1895.
C II Stephons; Advertising Cards, per
Australia, December 14, 1895.
CHSteplions; 2 Boxijs, linvolnpes,
per Australia, December 14, JS95.
A Pntt.rBon; 4 Dunham & Ganlgiln's
Cntnlognee, per Australia, Decern
bur 14, lb95.
Miss G Buesoll; 1 Box Beau Cakes, per
Australia, January, 1S90.
THirosa; 2 Ktmonas, per Mt Leban
on, March 21, 1890.
V G'lrwln & Co; Advertising Matter,
per Warrlmoo, May, 1890.
JobuPaty; Insurance Applications,
per Australia, Jupe, 1890.
K R Adams; 1 Tin of Fertilizer, per
Australia, June, 1890.
Slur S; 2 Parts, of PhotograpliB, per
Mariposa, Juno, 1SO0..
A J Washburn; Glass Tubes and Lead
Attachments, per Australia, June
T B Howell; 1 Box Cigarettes.
.1 ML-rgell; 37 Silk Handkerchiefs.
.Diamond I K; 0t Dozen Grope Shirts
and Japanese Pomade, per Mt Leb
anon. March 21, 1890.
C 8; 5 Tubs Soy, per Toyo Maru, June,
Also, 1 Parcel Sundry Pieces of 811k
Crepe, I Parcel Cotton Crepe, 11 Ki
monos. 7 Onl. 0 Undorshlrts. 3 Pieces
'Manseltue de China, 8 Jars Chinese
aieuiciuo Wine, 1 JJemijonn, 1 Jiox
Chinese Medicine, 1 Orate Wooden
Plates, 1 Ladles' Watch and Chain,
1X3ent's Watch, 0 Gent's Watch
Chains, 7 Rings.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
670-3t Auctioneer. ,
On and niter April 1st Dr. H. V.
Murray will occupy tho House of
Bruco Cartwright, 'corner Alakea and
Beretania streets. 1571-lw
; THE COMING- WEEK
I "Will be Devoted to
' Embroideries and Trimmings
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former 3?rice S5.00
6 3NT3-w -JSellingf .fct
$1.00 PER YARD
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former J?rico Si 50
50c. THE YARD
- All-Ovek Embroidery ., .
t Former .Price S.50 ' ....
' , NOW GOING
Immense Stock ol' ' ,
Tho J eduction On. EdRiiis Will be in Proportion
SOO -15TAJELI3& 0I
IrorQ 3 l-2c, Up
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
No. 10-EOET STEEET STOEE--No. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A.V1-IIL 1st, ad and 3d'.
French Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Novelties!
B- You aro cordially invited to attend. JJ
520 Fort Street
Patent - Shaft - Springs.
- " . -
Invented and Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Obliterates All Horse Motion.
This device can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts
CJV. Fr 'ull particulars, call on or address
W. W. WRIGHT,
MG-tt Proprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort street, abort Hotel.
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