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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Flying Jordans toniyht.
Hod Men's meeting tonight at
tbo Harmony hall at 7:30.
Tho Christian Workers aro in
session this afternoon at Y. M. 0.
Tho postoflico department has
rocoivod a new lot o 1-cent
Company B will elect a captain
next Tuesday night to succeed
Captain E. O. White.
An attempt will bo mado to hold
a meeting of tho Jockoy Club to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
EIovoiib from tho Wild Swan
and Honolulu Cricket Club will
play a match at Mukiki this aftor
noon. Plenty of Soattle bock beer on
tap at tho Louvro saloon. Don't
forget tho number, Ii08 Nuuanu
Anothor Cricket Club smoker
ia in sight. It is to be given in
honor of tho ollicors of the Wild
Tho Chinese brought by tho Itio
Janeiro lmvo linishcd their quar
autiuo aud gone- to tho various
Company I) will hold high
Njiuks at tho drill ohnd this even
ing at 7:30. A good program has
The contract for supplying tho
Queen's hospital with bread for
the next year has been awarded to
That pioturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not the portrait
of anyono here.
Owing to tho absenco of a
quorum thero was no mooting of
tho Commissioners of Education
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
are still in great demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choice lot, which ho is
soiling at lowest possiblo ratos.
Contractor Arthur Harrison is
making good progress on tho new
fire station. Ho will have the
first story completed in a fow days
Emily Soldone, who was a lead
ing exponent of burlesque and
light opera about thirty years ago,
was a through passenger on the
Tho Monowai had a big pas
senger lint and many intending
passengers from this port had to
remain over rather than take poor
Tho Board of registration was
in session this morning. It will
sit again from (i to 9 this ovoning
for tho couvenionco of thoso who
aro laboring in tho daytimo.
Tho Mataura EtiHign says that
this year from that Austialian dis
trict alouo it is piobablo upwards
of a million and a half of rabbits
will bo oxported for human con
sumption. Tho Most Reverend the Lord
Primate of Australia was a pas
Bongor by tho Monowai. Ho is
on his way to attend the coming
conforonco of bishops at Lamboth
Tho band concert at tho Hotel
last evening filled evory available
seat about the building. Passeng
ers by tho Monowai, nearly all of
whom wore, thore, wero loud in
their praiso of the music.
Tho bent varittty company that
has ovor visited Honolulu will ap
pear at the Hawaiian Opora House
this ovoning. Tho Flying Jordans
and tho pooplo that accompany
them, are all artists. Tho per
formance will commence uv 8
Tho cablo dispatch sent to Aus
tralia auuomioiug the vieWy of
FitzsimmoiiH over Corbott consist
ed of six words only. Evidently
cablo rates must bo high. That
may bo taken as a sample of tho
dispatches to bo rocoived hereafter
over tho Hawaiian cable.
Schilling's Best lemon is
20 to 30 times as strong as
common flavoring extracts.
Try a drop in a tumbler
of water. j
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W. Mutch left for tho Coast in
last night's steamer.
Judge Kalua loft for his homo
at Wailuku this morning.
At tho Knsh good clothes aro
offered below tailor's prices. (
Officers of tho Woodlawn Fruit
Co. aro elsowhoro announced.
C. H. Dickey, tho Maui tax as
sessor, loft for homo on the Mauua
J. F. Morgau has gouo to Ha
waii to take a look at his growing
Cantain Mncdonnpll llin bonk
ogont is going to Maui and Ha-!
waii to canvass.
W. Churchill, U. S. Consul
Gonerol to Samoa, prtBscd home
ward in tho Monowai.
Tenders for construction of tho
Pali road will bo received by tho
Minister of tho Interior till 12 in.
Commissioner of Agriculture
Joseph Marsdon loft on tho Mo
nowai last night. Ho will bo
absent three months.
Tho Valley Tennis Club has is
sued neat cards, with tho club's
flag in colors, for on "at homo"
Dr. Cooper and bride left on tho
Monowai last evening. A largo
number of friondB woro at the
wharf to see thorn off.
Now suitings aud pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail steam
er for L. B. Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholcsalo prices.
The napey Institute will pay
its second monthly dividend of S3
tomorrow. Tho stock, par value
S10, is now quoted at $17.60.
J. H. Butlor and wife, who havo
boon visiting tho islands for sotno
weeks past, loft for their Chicago
homo on last night's steamer.
Tho Chiof Justice and Mrs. Judd
were favored, in tho crowded state
of the Monowai, in being given
Capt. Carey's room in tho steamer.
Tho splendid new steamer Moa
na, to replace tho Monowai on the
San Francisco routo, will start on
her maiden trip from Sydney on
A notice to show causo why a
sale of real property of tho ostato
of (ho late Arthur P. Peterson
should not be ordored appears
The arrests today woro 2
ChiucBO for non-payment of taxes,
2 for chefa, 1 truaut and 1 Portu
guese for assault and battery on
his son in-law.
Two deserters from tho ship B
F Packard, which sailed a day or
two Biuco, were arrested this
morning and are hold for inves
tigation by the Consul.
'Sterling, the painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. He usos a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation iu Ho
nolulu. In tlin nnlipppniirf Hiih mnrninrr
Kahou was found guilty of assault ,
ana uuttery; soutonco suspended.
Polico Lioutonant A. Kokai charg
ed with the same offense was dis
charged. The British bark Routenbeck,
which has been lying in our boy
for a couple of months, will sail
tomorrow for tho coast of Chili,
where sho will load guano for an
Stops are being taken iu Hobart
to appoint local commissioners to
roport upon tho proposed repie
sentation of Tasmania at tho
Paris Exhibition in 1900. How
Among tho Mauna Loa's pas
sengers today were Hon. Paul
Noumonn, E. P. Dole, J. K. Kau
lia, A. S. Humphroys and W. L.
Stanley, who aro off to attend a
term of tho Circuit Court.
Tickets for tho bonofit for tho
Molokai lepers at Bristol's Pavi
lion can bo had ot any of tho prin
cipal business linns of tho city.
Price CO cents each. Rpsorved
seat plan at Wall, Nichols Co.
Joseph Morsdou got squeo.od
into a berth in tho Monowai,whero
tho'ro woro only threo possongors
stowed already. The jolly Com
missioner of Agriculture took his
wheel along, and probably will
take spins about tho vossol iu fine
Tho opouiug of the big closing
out salo at tho Temple of Foshiou
yostordoy was a complete success,
the storo being crowded all day
with ladies, engor to buy tho
many bargains offered, and tho
crowd today is just as large as
EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2, 1897.
Colcbratul for Its great ltivinlng strength
and liuiltliftiliiita. Afsurts (lie food m;nint
alum ami nil forms of lulultoratloti common
to tho client! brand Hovai- Uakino I'ow
Iieh Co , Is'r.w Yokk,
PEIt S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Monday. April 5.
Prof. Bristol's Edncatcd Horses
:fou Tiin :
PRICES: 25o7aud 50c.
W Reserved soat plan at Wall,
ITiT Seats for Both Porformancus at
Wall, Nlelioln Company. 570 Iw
Election of Officers.
The following OIIlcr have been
eltutwl by tlio Womll.iwu Fruit Coni
jmny to serve for tho ensuing yt-ar:
1 W. McChtHiiey President.
J. H. Walker
Si'uieluvy iitnl Treiihurer.
J. H.Scliuuck Auditor.
The above together with J. LiznniB
constitute the Hon id of Dln-olorH.
J. 13. WALKER,
Honolulu, March HI, 1S97. l 674-31.
Hawaiian Soda Works
nr8 prepared to furnlnh Private. Fami
lies with a really Good, Pure Soda
iu tbo Now Bottle.
Belfast Ginger Ale.
E&. Telephone G32, at Sunny South.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, whore Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
HathH, Electricity aud Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. S. KULLOGQ, M. D
Telephone 03D. Superintendent.
Ono Ray Horse, 7 years old, trotter,
One 11 ly Horte, (t years old, pacer,
One light three-quarter Road Wagon
side Imr uar-il hut little.
Inquire of Dr. Cooper, corui Ala
kea and Ileretttnltt street. 570 lw
FtimlHheil House , on Reretunlu
street, tho residenco of 1ouU Marks,
completely furnished throughout und
ready for 1m medial o occupancy.
607-tf GEO. E. ROARDMAN.
On and after April 1st Dr. 11. V.
Murray will occupy the House of
Ilruco Cartwrlght, corner Alukea and
lleretania streets. 571-lw
il gap S
The Sunlight is
Those " Orange Rims,"
but unfortunatoly for us it ia
not glistening on them iu this
country, as our shipment of
STEARNS whoois was put on
tho"W. H.Ditnond,'" so is not
duo hero for a weok. Our
COLUMCIAS also aro still
out of wheeling range, as thoy
got to S. F. tho day boforo
tho steamer sailed, and no
more freight would bo ro
coived, but they will come
along soon, rfnd in tho mean
time wo want you to know
that wo recoived 97 RAM
BLERS by yostoarday's
steamer, and can fit you out
with cither a '9G or '97 wheel,
and wo know wo can suit you.
Tho 1890 RAMBLER is tho
bargain of tho yoar and tho
chanco to buy a well known
high grade whool for S7C and
$80 will not last long, as wo
aro informed by tho makers
that this is tho last lot of '9G
wheels thoy can furnish, for,
as they write, "our sales havo
been phenomenal, and you
took the last '96 wheels wo had
US3U "Wii itEXT mccli:s by tho
hour, day, week or mouth, and wo
rent high grado now whoels, such
as RAMBLERS, STEARNS,
and COLUMBIAS, so if you
want a short rido or a long rido,
want to rido singlo or want to ride
double, drop in and seo how nicely
we can fit you out. You will got
just as good a mount if you tolo
phono us, and wo will send your
whool to your door. Your chance
to buy a '9G RAMBLER' cheap
will only last a fuw days, don't
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kiug Sts.
Sixth Week's Offering
the coMiisra "vvdeek:
"Will be Devoted to
Embroideries and Trimmings
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former lricc tr5.00
$1.00 PER YARD
Swiss Embroidered Flouncing
Former 3?rioo Sl-oO
50c THE YARD
Former Price 83.50
NOW GOING A.T
$1.00 PER YARD
Immense Stock of
The .Reduction On. Kdpjinw AVill bo in Proportion
Dress Trinimiiigs y
From 2 1-c, Up
FOR ONE WEEK
E3. W. JOJFiaD iV-KT'S .
No. 10-POET STEEET ST0BEflo. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A.1-RIJL 1st, 2d and 3d.
French. Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Npvelties!
U"- You aro cordially invited to attend. r523
N. S. SACHS,
520 "Porfc RfcrePt
Patent - Shaft - Springs
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I Wimi't'r(pw;;'v,'n'''1r',"' "' mmija.
Invented uud Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Oh literates All Horse Motion.
This device can be attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts. . . . r
3V For full particulars, call on or address
W. TV. WRIGHT,
Proprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort street, abovt Hotel.
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