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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL C, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pabnla mill is shut down two
weeks for necessary repairs.
Thoro will bo rncca botb on
Friday, Juno 11th, and Saturday,
Superior broakfast sausngo is a
spooialty at tho Gontral Markot.
Ring up 101.
Tho Eona Echo says tho now
warohousp at Kailua wharf has
Portraits onlargod from small
photos and handsomoly framed
for 810 at King Bros.
Tho Archbishop of Canterbury
is patron of 101 livings; tho
Prince of Wales of '21.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons call at
tention to lines of now goods re
ceived by tho Australia.
Tho regular monthly mooting
of tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association comes off this oven
ing. Professor Bristol's trnincd
horses will perform tonight for
tho bonefit of the lopors at Mole
kai. Plenty of Seattlo bock beer on
tap at tho Lourro saloon. Don't
forget tho number, 303 Nuuanu
A moeting was to havo been
held at Kailua last Monday to in
quire into road matters in that
0. Hedemann gavo tho congreg
ation of the Palatna chapel a fine
slereopticon eulertuiiiinent on
King Bros, havo just received a
pew lot of Hsbuo paper, window
notes, sash rods, artists' matorials,
picture frames, otc.
officers of tho National
will havo a conforence
with tho Cabinet botweon 2 and 3
o'clock this afternoon.
E. A. Jones, with his wife and
children, loft on tho Gaolio yes
terday morning for a visit to tho
Statos of several months.
Now suitings and pants patterns
nro arriving by overy mail steam
or for L. B. Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale prices.
J. Wood, father of tho two baso
ball players, died on Saturday and
was buried from St. Andrew's Ca
thedral yestorday afternoon.
The Kamohamoha boys defeat
ed the lads from Punahou at base
ball on Saturday for tho third
time, the score being 12 to 3.
Mrs. Robert Rycroft loaves for
tho Coast on tho Australia to be
piesent at the maniago of her
brother, Mr. Campbell, to Miss
Kimball of Oakland.
There will bo no band concert
at Emma square this evening, as
Minister Cooper has donated tho
services of tho band to tho bonefit
porfornianco for tho lopers.
It is said that posts planted in
tho earth upper end down will
last much longer th'an those
which aro set in tho natural posi
tion in which tho troo grow.
A wealthy gontlemau in Pan's,
whoso wife could not resist tho
desire to gamble, has secured a
logal separation from hor. In
six mouths sho had lost 435,000
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. IIo uses a composition of
coal tar and coment. Cheapest
and best roof preparation iu Ho
Tho somi-anuual meeting for
tbo oloction of ollicors of the Ho
nolulu Road Club will bo hold at
the Y. M. O. A. tomorrow ovening,
April 0, nt 7:30 o'clock. All mom
bors aro requested to attend.
Sol. N. Sheridan, tho woll
known writor and tolegraph
editor of tho San Francisco Bul
letin, arrived at Hilo on tho Ro
derick Dim last week. Mr.
Shoridan has not boon woll for
some timo past, and is takiug tho
sea voyage in hopes of bouofiting
Best or not best money
back, anyway, if you don't
David Koii of Wilder Steamship
Company is ill.
Tho Flying JordaiiB will per
form again tomorrow evening.
Hit drunkn mat tlinir fnfn nt (lm
hands of Judgo do la Voigno this I
Chostor Doylo is confined to his
bed with a joint attack of tho grip
and malarial fever.
Absolutely nothing is known at
tho polico station concerning tho
my6torious trip of tho Kaona.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, gra
dunlo Philadelphia Doutal Col
lege, 1892. Masonic Temple.
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
mnch attoution is not tho portrait
of nuyouo hero.
A boy by tho name of Robert
Rowo is being tried beforo Judge
do la Vorgno this aftornoon on a
chargo of larceny in the second
Tho Anglican Church Chroni
cle for March is out, charged with
sehsonablo homily and appro
prmto church and social intelli
gence A danco and dinner at tho Ha
waiian hotel to tho music of tho
Quintotto Club will bo given to
morrow ovoning in honor of tho
guests departing by tho Australia.
Revero "Granite" Garden Hose
ie exhibited iu the window of tho
Pacific Hardware Co. Thov show
a sample of this hose, which has
IVon in constant uso' for six
Vnlvnls. lirnnntlnil mid tilnirl
vblvoteuns, and cut velvets, aro tho
drawing cards tins week nt .lor
don's, and a reduction of 75 per
cent is selling tho goods vpry
rr pidly. Tho salo lasts this week
Tho Minister of tho Interior
and E. H. Wodehouso havo ox
changed deeds by which tho form
er gets possession of cortaiu laud
on Nuuuuu street needed for street
Ezra Popploton and Oscar
Mooll havo diBSolvod partnership
in tho bakery business, Mr. Pop
ploton who continues assuming
all liabilities and collecting ac
counts of tho Into firm.
Fred. Waterhouso will accom
pany his mother, Mrs. J. T.
Waterhouso, on hor way to Eng
land as far as Seattlo, whero he
will mako n stay of soino time for
tho bonefit of bis health.
Hon. Robert Rycroft, who haB
a plantation at Olaa as well as at
Puna, says ho has coffee trees at
Olaa hss than a your old which
ho linn novor seen equalled in
Puna, Kona or anywhoro olso.
In tho polico court this morn
ing Ah Ka was found guilty of
opium iu possession and his son
tenco suspended. Iu tho trial of
Alohikoa for violating carriago
regulations tho' decision was re
served. Krooger Pianos,swootest iu tono,
Jas. W. Borgstroni, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms nt
G. Wost's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
iua and renairiucr. S Tolo-
Printed ducks are just as good,
if not bettor than anything elso
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two vory importaut
considerations. Korr has them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for one dollar.
In the poliuo court this morn
ing J. G. Waibel was found guilty
as charged in doing business with
out tho necessary license. Tho
trial was in tho nature of a test
caso to ascertain his liability to
pay a certain liconso.
Tbore wns n very largo attend
ance at St. Andrew's Cathedral
yesterday morning at tho confirm
ation services uuiu uy jjisuuj)
Willis. Tho ofliocf s and crew of
the Wild Swan attended in a body.
Thirty-ono persons wore confirm
ed. The Correa family is iu a peck
of troublo at present. Joe Correa
nud John Correu aro oach charged
with assault and battery on Mrs.
Corrna, and Joe has to answer for
a similar offonso on tbo person of
J. Fomaudes. Tho cases aro Bet
Thore was a meeting of fruit
men this morning to consider
means of haviug their interests
looked after in tariff and treaty
matters at Washington. Stops
wore tnkeu to In ing tho subject to
the atteutiou of tho Hawaiian
Celebrated for Its tfrciit leavening strength
ami lioilllifuliicio. Amircs tlio food ngnlntt
alum ami n'l form of adulteration common
totliucluap brnniK JtorAl. lliklNO Tow
The March number of this Journal
for the Students of the Public Hchonls
will be on nal tit the Goi.dpn Rui.k
Baza au on MONDAY NKXT. It
will be full of Intere-tliiK Article,
Rhort8torles, Poems, ttc.J.M.WEIJJi,
A KUI.t, lini: ok '
Tennis Raclicto, .
18fc7 Tonni3 Balls,
Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc.
IU eel veil Ex "Alameda."
No. 306 Fort Street.
One More .
TuEdag, p Stsh,
Opera -:- plouse.
YXT Reserve Seat 1'lun at Wall,
Nieliol Company. 570 2t
Election of Officers.
Notice Ih hereby Iven, that at a
mectliiK of tho Onhu Sugar Company,
Limited, held Iu Honolulu April 'J.
1897, the following Oflloers were elect
ed to servo uutil tho uoxt annual
Directors: 8. C Allen, C. A. Brown,
F.J. Lowrey, r. Woliera. Auditor:
W. F. Allen.
The list of O Ulcers 1 now as follows:
Paul Iseuberf Preeldent
Hrst Vice President
M. P IMiln-t
J. F. naekfeld Treasurer
E. Suhr Secretary
W.F. Allou Auditor
Boardrof DIroctors: S. O. Allen,
C. A. Brown, F J Lowrey, W. Wol
tors; aud ex olllclo: Paul Irieiiberg.
B. F. Dllllnghnm, M. P. Robinson,
J. F. Hacufeld, E Suhr.
The Ite.iSun Why.
Tho Temple of Fashion was
crowded Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. Tho announcomont by
Mr. Silva that ho intended to per
manently rotiro from tho dry
goods business nud would offer
his entiro stock at a reduction of
25 per cont on tho nctual cost, was
the causo of tho largo crowds.
That tho prices nro right has boon
provon to every purohasor. If
you want anything in tht dry
goods Hue for at least CO per cout
choaper than you pay olsowhoio,
call at tho Tomplo of Fashion.
Nicoly furnished rooinh at tho
Popular House, 1C1 Fort streot,
J from $1.00 per week up.
The Sunlight is
Those " Orange Rims,"
but unfortunately for us it is
not glistoniugon them iu this
country, as our shipment of
STEARNS whoels was put ou
tho"V. H.Dimond," so is not
duo horo for a weok. Our
COLUMBIAS also aro still
out of wheoliug range, as thoy
got to S. F. tho day boforo
tho stoamor sailed, and no
moro freight would bo re
ceived, but they will como
njong soon, and in tho moan
timo wo wnnt you to know
that wo received 97 KAM
BLEitS by yestoardny'a
steamer, nnd can fit you out
with either a '90 or '97 wheel,
and wo kuow wo can suit you.
Tho 1890 11AMBLEK is tho
bargain of tho year and tho
chanco to buy a woll known
high grndo wheol for S7G and
$80 will not last long, as wo
aro informed by tho makers
that this is the last lot of '96
wheels thoy can furnish, for,
as they write, "our sales havo
been phenomenal, and you
took the last "90 wheels wo had
W3u We iient ihcycles by tho
hour, day, wok or month, and wo
rent high grndo now wheels, such
as ItAMULIiKS, STEAltNS,
aud COLUMBIAS, so if you
want a short rido or a long ride,
want to rido singlo or want to rido
double, drop in and seo how nicoly
wo can fit you out. You will got
just as good a mount if you tele
phone us, and wo will Bond your
whool to your door. Your chanco
to buy a '90 RAMBLER cheap
will only last a fow days, don't
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort nnd King Sis,
Velvets and Velveteens Brocade Plaid Velveteens
Former JPrice 5l.f0
BROCADE AND PLAID VELVETEENS,
Former 3?iice $l-t25
NO"W SELLING A.T TWENTY-FIVE ClOSrTS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ;
(HEW Q00DS! JUST
FLANNELETTES and TABLE FELT. MOSQUITO NETTINGS ALL WIDTHS
353- "KTm 0"03F5.XjQl3NT,S
No. 10-FORT STREET ST0RE-TSTo. 10
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A.VKIJL 1st, Qd and 3d.
French Pattern Hats, Bonnets
and Millinery Novelties!
BSaT" You aro cordiully invited to nttond. iSS
53Q Fort Street : : I-lonoUilu.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Invented aud Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It 05Ute2-at.es AM Horse Motion.
This device can be attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts. ....
t-'iY. for full particulars, call on or add! ess
W. W. WRIGHT,
55A.lt Proprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort slroot, aboye Hotel.
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Former Price, $6.50
9 SHIRT WAISTS, .
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LINEN COLLARS and CUFFS.
Tjatest Stylos iu
LADIES BELTS !
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