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' EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 1, 1897. ' G ;jH
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A will lmvo drill tins even
ing. Three equino cstras await tHoir
ownors in the Makikifpound.'
Ton now business firms havo
come 'into existence in tho pnst
TLoro will bo a coucort at tho
hotel this evoning by tho govern
ment band. ,
Mrs. Charles Gartor and two
children aro booked to lcavo on
Tho Commissioners of Educa
tion will hold their wookly ses
sion this afternoon..
Permits for now buildings to
tho value of $18,2G0 havo boon is
sued in tho last two weoks.
Ghiof Justico Judd and wifo
lcavo by tho Monowni to attend
tho graduation of their, two oldest
sons at Yale, lion voyago and
safo roturn. '
Loans mado on real cstato in
, tho last half of March amounted
to S72.7C0. Tho mortgage in
debtedness decreased'SUSo" in tho
Tho Bishop of Honolulu hold
confirmation services at St. Peter's
Chinoso' chopel yesterday. Ten
Chinese, including throo fomalos,
Tho Honolulu Iron "Works aro
about to erect a two-story brick
shop to accommodato their in
creasing business. The building
will cost about 5000.
Commissioner Marsdcn is ono
of tlioso who will loavo for the
Const on tho Monowai. AVray
Taylor will attend to tho duties
of his oflico in his absence.
Tho regular meeting of tho
Board of Supervisors of tho Free
Kindorgarton and Children's Aid
Association will bo held in Queon
Emma hall, Friday, April 2, at
0:30 a. m.
Tho Flying Jordans and their
Vaudeville company will open to
morrow night. A performanco
will bo givon on Saturday night
also. Heats aro on sale at Wall,
, Two of tho seamen from tho
ship Babcock are in jail. Tho
Boa lawyor on board this vessel
who made so much trouble a few
days since has been paid off, dis
charged and rebhippud on tho B.
Captain Coyno says tho First
Ilcgiment ball toam is practising
daily and will be hoard from
quite often during the season.
With the socond bnseman ho ex
pects to got to complete his team
he will not asks odds from any
one. Tho Princess of Walos has now
hold her title just over thirty
threo years n period which has
beou exceeded by only one of her
predecessors, Augusta, tho daughter-in-law
of Qoorge II, who was
for over thirty-five years Princess
of Wales. '
A commitfeo was appointed
Tuesday evening to roviso tho
rules of tho Honolulu Crickot
Club nud report' at a general
meetiug. It was votod to order
mattiug for tho pitch, to ensure
tlio best cricket playing of which
local exponents, of tho game aro
A cricket mntnh ban lipnn nr-
ranged for 2 p. m. tomorrow, on
V tho liaseball grounds, between H.
11. M. 8. "Wild Swan's 'team and
the following Houolulu team:
fliurray, Mackintosh, Vincent,
Calton, Ahlo, Hewett, Hatfiold,
Sorimgeour, Thompson, Jordan,
Dovoy and Horbort.
Goneral Noal Dow, author pf
the Maiuo Liquor Law, passod his
ninety-third birthday on March
20. In a lotter to a Nova Scotia
correspondent two weoks pre
viously, the General said he was
"rushed wjth work." General
Dow was a whitohaired Bnge when
the writer heard him lecture
about thirty ypars ngo.
A- cirri. cilr-cU
arc for you; for your neigh
bor too, and your grocer.
Circuit Judgo J. W. Kalua of
Wailuku is in the city.
W. W. "Wright offers' a fino
family carriago horse for salo.
C. V. E. Dove, civil oncincer,
has a romovaj" notico in this (
issue. , f ,
Tho Ladies Catholic Benevolent
Sooiety will meet at tho convent
at 8 p. m. tomorrow.
Judge de la Vofgno is still pre
siding over the District Court, his
successor not having yot beon
Tho old Board of Hoalth build
ing is being moved back twonty
feet to allow for tho widening of
Dopuly-Marshal Hitchcock took
a trial spin in his now yacht this
oftornoon, sailing out to the ship
ii. J! . I'ucKaru.
The caso against Shirai.u and
Gallagher was' again postponed
by Jud(;o do la Vorgno this morn
ing until April 6th.
Now suitincrsand nants nntierns
aro arriving by every mail steam
or for L. B. Korr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale prices.
On dit: that four famous Nim
rods havo signed a mutual ngrco
mont to go on tho "dry dock" for
six months under penalty of fifty
There is an old royhaired man
who makes a business of going
about from house to house, espe
cially among tho natives, iu search
of Hawaiian stamps.
All subscribers for a cliartor for
tho establishment of a tribo of
Bed Men in this city aro asked to
attend a businoss meeting at Har
mony hall tomorrow evening at
Tho average cost of men-of-war
in Nelson's tinio wds only XGG.GOO
for a largo 100 gun ship. The
Magnificent, ono of the hitost and
finest at presont in tho British
Navy, cost .900,000.
Captain" Coyno has been inter
viewing baseball officials and
players this afternoon with a view
to getting up a game with tho,
Australian team which is expect
ed to bo on tho Monowai.
You will miss something if you
don't attend tho bargain sale of
ombroideries at Jordan's. These
goods at a special reduction aro
going rapidly and will bo taken
from the counters on Saturday.
N. S. Sachs' store was crowded
with tho olito of tho city ut tho
great Easter millinery opouing
this morning. Eagerness on en
tering aud happiness on' leaving
were tho expressions on the ladies'
The annexation peoplo claim to
havo received good news ond are
jubilant. Tho royalists received
no news at all and are downheart
ed. Ono lending royalist received
a letter with tho intimation that
ox Queen Liliuoknlnni would ro
turn to the islands at once.
Notwithstanding tho dendsuro
promise of a Stnnford University
dispatch, copied in part in yester
day's Bulletin, tho nego
tiations for a season of
the University musicians aud
comedians at Honolulu aro
still ponding. Robert Scott, man
ager of tho Honolulu Amusement
Company, has a lettor from W. H.
Sopor to answer by the outgoing
mail. Tho Varsity chaps' ore a
little strong in thoir conditions.
By the Australia tho Finance
Office received tho long Hwuited
new isuuo of 10 uud $20 silver
certificates. They aro of a bluish
tint. Tho now gold certificates of
$50 and $100 havo boen on hand
some months. They ara old
gold in color. All have the groat
soal on tho back, tho designs on
tho front varying in each de
nomination. Whou Begistrar
Ashley gels his autograph on the
silvers, tho certificates will bo
ready for issuing.
a rino t'oii.
Gus Schuman is the - proud
ownor of a fine colt, fonled on
March 28, out of Judah by Creole
Judah has n raco record of 2.28,
mado in a third heat, and is the
champion of Hawaiian bred horses.
Imporial Creole, tho 'siro, has a
California record of 2.15 and is
tho finost stallion ovor imported to
this country. Great things are
oxpocted of this coltj as ho has
more e,poed in bin siro aud dam
tlifin any other Hawaiian colt
foaled. Sohumnn is jubilant nmb
sees this colt (in tho future) win
ning all tho ovents that thoJdokey
Club hangs out.
SCHMIDT. & SONS
nrraiiK"'l for ItEM NANTS and
OTHKU GOODS which will be
Bind ul very low rates or Riven
New Goods by
Staples at Bedrock Prices.
Von Holt Block. Iviiif? Street.
PER S. S. "AUSTIULIA."
IT. J. Nblte, Proprietor.
WILL' OPEN ON
Friday Night. ,
1ST SealH for Roth Pcrformuneiw nt
Wall, NIcIioIh Compauy. C70 lv
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Thursday and Saturday.
Pkioes: .Evenlncs 2"i and
50 Cent; Matinees Adults. 25 Cents,
Children, 10 Cent.
Attention, Company A.
AitMoiiv Company A., N. G. H., 1
Ho.sowjlit, April 1. 1897.
A Every Member of this Command is
bereby ordered to report nt the Drill
Shed THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
April l,i nt 7:30 o'clook, for
573 It Cnptnln Commanding,
One Bay Horse, 7 years old, trotter,
Ono Bay Horse, G years old, pacer,
One llghtthreo-quarter Road Wagon
aide bar used but little.
Inquire of Dr. Cooper, corner Ala
kea and Bereronla streets 670-1 w
Furnished Huro on Beret mil a
street, the residence of Loul Mnrkn,
completely furnished throughout and
ready for Immediate occupancy.
Apply to ,
667-lf GEO. E. BOARDMAN.
The W. C. T. U. Lunch Room, con
nected with the Woman's ExcbaiiKe,
will ho closed from date till further
Honolulu, March 31, 1807. 572-tf
On aud after April 1st Dr. H. V.
Murray will occupy tho Hou of
Bruce Cartwright, cornor Alokea aud
Beretania streets. 671-lw
Mi w s
The Sunlight is
Those " Orange Rims,"
but unfortunately -for us it is
not glieteningon them iu this
country, as our shipment of
BTEAKNS wheels was put on
tho"W. H.Dimond," so is not
duo hero for a week. Our
COLUMBIAS also aro still
out of wueolinc Vance, as thoy
not to S. F. tho day before
tho stoamor sailod, and no
moro froight would bo ro
coivod, but' they will como
along soon, nnd in tho mean
tinio wo want you to know
that wo received 97 HAM--BLEHS
steamer, and. can fit you out
with eithor a '9G or '97 wheel,
and wo know wo can suit you.
Tho 1890 RAMBLER is tho
bargain of tho year and the
chance to buy a well known
hich grade whool for S75 and
S80 will not last long, as wo
aro informed by tho makors
that this is tho last lot of "JG
wheels thoy can furnish, for,
as they write, "our sales havo
boon phenomenal, and you
took the last .'9G wheels we had
15S&- "We hext liiOYciiEs by tho
hour, day, wock or month, and wo
rent hih grado now wheels, such
as RAMBLERS, STEARNS,
and COLUMBIAS, so if you
wnut a short rido or a long ride,
want to rido singlo or want to rido
double, drop in and boo how nicoly
we con fit you out. You will get
just as good a mount if you tolo
phono us, ond wo will sond your
whool to your door. Your chnnco
to buy a '9G RAMBLER cheap
will only last a few days, don't
miss it. '
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Cornor Fort and King Sts.
Sixth Week's Offering
THE COMINa "WEEK
'Will be Devoted to
Embroideries and Trimmings
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing ::
ITormer 3?rice SC-00 ' , f
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former 3?rico Sl-00
50c. THE YARD
;. All-Ov.er Embroidery '
I'i I VI If iliif I UA iXlililil Jl AJ VXiii VXaj
The l-to&uotion On EdRins AVill be in 3?roportipu
From 2 l-c, Up
FOR ONE WEEK
and Millinery Novelties!
JJ" You nro, cordially invited to attend. 3
52Q Fort Street : : Honolulu.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Invented mid Patented hy W. W. WRIGHT.
It Qbliteiates AU Horse Motion.
This dovico can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts, , . . ,
C3V. For full particulars, call on
Proprietor Honolulu Carriago
$i.oo PER YARD
Former JPrice 3.50
7STO-W GOING AT
$1.00 PER YARD .
Stock of . ' ':-'.
7V. ar03Fi.ID AJHi'SSi
STEEET STOKE No. 10"
2d and 3d.
or address l
Manufactory, Fort streot, abor Hotel.
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