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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 3, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Flying Jordans tonight at 8.
Band concort at Emma square
this afternoon at 4:30. .
Tho Qnolio sails for San Fran
cisco at C o'clock tonight.
Paul Jarrott, with his wifo and
family, camo up on tho Kinau.
J. E. Grossman, tho Olaa cofToo
raisor, is in tho city for a fow
1 W. It. Sims, of tho "Wilder
steamship oilico, returned on tho
Kinau this morning.
Thera will bo a mooting of tho
Jockey Club this aftornoou if a
quorum can bo obtained.
Tho now courts of tho Valley
Tenuis Olub ou Kuakiuistrcot nro
to bo opened this afternoon.
Hon. Ales Young and Uio
MiusoB Young relumed from a
trin tn tlii Vdlmiim tliiu mnriiinrr.
Tho tax collector has not lost j
much time in having Chinese ar
rested for non-payment of taxeB.
Tho Frinnd for April has beon
received, filled with missionary
nows aud important secular items.
' Samuel Parkof, W. II. Cornwell
and Citptaiu Itoss wero among tho
Kiuau's passengers this morning.
Plonty of Seattle bock beer on
tap at tho Louvre suloou. Don't
forgot tho numbor, 308 Nnuanu
There aro no contract Chinese
on tho Gaelic, but a number aro
esp'.'eted to arrive ou tho Doric on
Tho usual band concert will bo
civou at Makoo Island tomorrow
afternoon at 3
Program in au-
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyono hero.
Tho Biblo class studying tho
book of Ephosiaus meets regular
ly at 4 o'clook Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Hyde, toaohor.
King Bros, havo just received a
pew lot of tissuo paper, window
noles, sasliTodB, artists' materials,
picturo frames, oto.
Tho next attraction at tho Opera
-House will bo the Vaidis twin sis
tors, marvojous aerial artists, and
a vaudeville company.
Now suitings and pants patterns
are arriving by every mail steamr
or for L. li. Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholosalo prices.
Nearly all the officers and crew
of H. M.S. Wild Swan will at
tend tho 11 o'clock service at St.
Andrew's cathedral tomorrow.
Mr. Leadingham will speaki at
the gospel meeting of the Y. M.
0. A. at 0:30 Sunday ovoniug.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Pioneer Building and Loan
Association comes oil' on Monday
evening at tho usual timo and
A.; H. Rasemann tho book
binder, a son-in-law of John Nott,
has .returned to Honolulu by tho
bark Mohican after an abseuco of
J. P. Rodriguos, the Fort streot
tailor, has just rocoiveu a vory i
cuoico lino or ocoicn iwoeus anu
blue serges for summer wear, a
perfect fit guaranteed.
Professor Bristol's benefit per
formance for tho benefit of the
lopf rs at Moloksi comes off .on
Monday evening. Tickets arejon
sale at most of tho businosB houses.
Kroeger PianoB,swoetest in tone,
Jas.W. BergBtrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. "Wurorooms at
G. West's, MaBouio Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. KST Tolo
Bishop Willis, assisted by Rov.
Messrs. Usboino, Mackintosh aud
Kitcat, will hold a confirmation
sorvico at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The rito will bo administered to
It is like borrowing
of your grocer to get Schil
ling's Best He pays your
money back if you want it
J. P. Itodrigues the tailor has
now suitings on hand.
Portraits onlargod from small
photos and handsomely framod
for 810 at King Bros.
Hon. Itobort Rycroft, who rep
resents tho Tuua district of Ha
waii in tho Legislaturo, is in tho
city, accompanied by his wife.
A Ohinoso was arrested this
morning and charged with con
spiracy to dofraud. Ho has boon
trying to got tho best of a chofa
A girl with a foreign name is.
detained at tho police station for
investigation in connection with
tho larceny of somo household
Tho case of T. Ticinann, au en
gineer of Ewa plantation against
whom an assault and battory
chargo is ponding, has boon set
for tiial on tho 10th.
Registration is proceeding but
Elector ao. Id was re
gistered just boforo noon. Curi
ously enough ho was dl years of
age, and is glad to boablo to writo
Auctioneer Morgan sold at auc
tion this morning by order of the
Court th6 balance of the property
of tho late Dr. Trousseau, known
as the "ostrich farm," near Kapio
laui park, to A. V, Gear for S8500.
In tho District Court this morn
ing J. G. Wuibel pleaded not
guilty to a chargo of doing busi
ness without tho necessary licenso
required by those who solicit
orders by samplo as rdpreeenta-
i lives of foieign houses, i'lie case
j will be Iricd on Monday.
.MONN It'll II F.N i: I' l r.
ll.r Ilrlnlol'N Ilnre Show In Alii ol
Tho big bouofit in aid of tho
Bristol's Pavilion next Monday j
uvcuiuk iiruuiisus iu uu a 1110.11
successful affair. Besidos
oxmuiuon or marvelous lnie
gonco displayod by Bristol's
troupe of animal actors, Minister
Cooper has kindly given tho ser
vices of tho Government band.
Frof. Borger has arianged a
special concert for the event, and
many other features will be intro
duced iiu tho long program.
Tickets woro placed on sale at
tho bauks and leading stores of
tho city yesterday, aud thoy aro
selling rapidly. Tho prico is
within tho reach of all, being only
50 cents for the bost seats. A
benefit could not be givon for a
more deserving cause at this time
thuu fur the uufoituuates on Mo
lokai, aud the pavilion should be
packed to tho doors Mon
day night. Prof. Bris
tol's hiibtling representative,
J.B. I'raser, deserves much credit
for the businesslike manner in
which he has handled tho dotails
of what now promises to bo one
of tho most successful benefits for
a charitablo cause over given in
Honolulu. Many theater parties
havo already boon arranged to
attend this tho last exhibition of
Bristol's wonderful horses, and at
tho same time help tho sutToriug
on tho island of Molokai. Tickets
may bo purchased at places boforo
mentioned up till noon on Mon
day, after that at Wall, Nichols
Co.'e, whore reservod seat -plau
can bo seen.
A VOICE EJIOM THi. ULKACIIEKS.
Local Interest In the cricket games
us U'llcuteri from the "hlcucliers" is hi
creasing. During Snturdny's games
the "bleachers" were particularly vo
ciferous and kept the players under a
running tire of good nnturcd hunter.
One smnll hoy hrought down the
croud by advising tho batsman to "go
buy a case of Itaiulcr Beer and get
6omo life In you." The crowd applaud
ed the remark, knowing that Italnior
lleer Is celebrated for its iaxiforatlng
and strength-giving propensities.
On tap or In bottles nt the Criterion.
A (5-roomod cottage, stables
and sorvaut's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Largo grounds
I well laid out and planted wilh
fruit and ornamental treos; ouo
full set of fnrnituro and cooking
stove can remain in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Goar,
210 King street.
Notice of Removal.
On mid after April 1st, C. V. IS,
Dove, surveyor ainl Civil Engineer,
will oniMiuv his New Olllce in the
C.unpliell JSIoek, upliili, next tn the
olllce of the Bishop Estate. 673-lw
are clothes cranks,
in that they feel
no clothes are good
clothes savo tailors' clothes.
make good clothes,
but chargo too
much for tho goodness.
Gooduoss is an incident.
lack tho incident
evon when the tailor
charges for it. Samo
cloth, same make,
with incident, for half
tailor's price our way.
v Wayerloy Block
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
SCHMIDT & SONS
arranged fop HEMNANT3 and
OTHKIt GOODS which will ba
sold at very low rates or given
!N"eW GtOOCLS bV
.i Every Steamer.
Staples at Bedrock Prices.
Von HoU Block, King Streot.
Monday, April 5.
Prof. Bristol's Edacatcd Horses
GOVERNMENT ,: BAND
:ron thi: :
PRICES: 2oc. and r0c.
gj& Reserved seat plan ut Wall,
Opera -:- jJouse,
UST Bests (o- Both Performance nt
W ail, Nichols Coinininy. 670 lw
Election of Officers.
The following Ofllcers have been
elected by tho Woodlawn Fruit Com
pany to sorvo for the ensuing year:
F. W. MoCheauey . .President.
J. H. Walker
Secretary aud Treasurer.
J. H. Sehnaok Auditor.
Tho above together with J. Lazarus
constitute the Hoard of Directors. I
J. 8. WALKER,
Honolulu, March 12, 1897. 674-3t.
One Hay Horse, 7 years old, trotter,
One Hay Horse, 6 years old, pacer,
One llghtthree-uuarter Road Wagon
side bar used but little.
Iuqulro of Dr. Cooper, corner Ala
kea and Herctmila streets. C70-lw
Furnished Houho on Heretania
street, the retldfiico "f Loiiln Marks,
completely fimiNied throughout uud
ready for liuinedlato occupancy.
o(J7-tf GEO. li. HOARDMAN.
Tho Sunlight is
Those " Orange Rims,"
but uufortunatoly for us it is
not glistening oh them in this
country, as our ehipmont of
STEARNS whools was put on
tho "W. H. Dimond," so is not
duo hero for a wook. Our
COLUMBIAS also aro still
out of whooling raugo,as thoy
got to S. F. tho, day boforo
tho Bteamor sailed, and no
moro freight would bo re
ceived, but they will como
along soon, aud in tho mean
timo wo want you to know
that wo- recoived 97 RAM
BLERS by yesteafday's
steamer, and can fit vou out
with eithor a "JG or "J7 wheol,
and wo know wo can suit you.
Thol89G RAMBLER is tho
bargain of tho year and tho
chanco to buy a well known
high grado wheel for $70 and
$80 will not last long, as wo
aro informed by tho makors
that this is tho last lot of '9G
wheols thoy can furnish, for,
as they write, "our sales havo
boon phenomenal, and you
took the last '96 wheols we had
5 We rent 1HOVCLE8 by tho
hour, day, wook or month, and wo
rent high grado now whools, such
as RAMBLERS, STEARNS,
and COLUMBIAS, so if you
want a short rido or a long ride,
want to rido singlo or want to ride
double, drop in and soo how nicely
we can fit you out. You will get
jusc as goou a mount it you teio
phono us, and wo will sond your
wheol to your door. Your chanco
to buy a '9G RAMBLER cheap
will only last a fow days, don't
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and King Sts.
Velvets and Velveteens Brocade Plaid Velveteens
Formor 3?rice Sl.50
BROCADE AND PLAID VELVETEENS,
Former Jprioo Sl2o
ISrO"W SJilLLING- .T TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
CUT VELVET! . . .
V - IIVVt
l'jatesb Stylos in jV
FLANNELETTES and TABLE FELT. MOSQUITO NETTINGS ALL WIDTHS
E5. 7U. aro JEVDAJSTS
No. 10---E0ET STEBET1 STORE-lo. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
APRIL 1st, 2d and '.id.
French. Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Novelties!
&$T You nro cordially invited to attend. r5
N. S. "SACHS,
520 Fort Streot : : 1-lonolulu.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Invented and Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Obliterates AU Horse Motion.
This devipo can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts
&. For full particulars, call on or addiess
W. W. WRIGHT,
536-tt Froprietor Ilonolnla Carriage Manufactory, Fort street, nbov Hotel.
Formei' .Price 6.50
- f - 'V ij
9 SUTllT WAISTS,
SILK BOW TIES,
LAWN BOW TIES,
LINEN COLLARS and CUFFS.
BmnuMaHHiiwi " - ' u." . wwft itii'T. . 'i jn jmmmm.jt .