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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 9, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Socond Battalion drill tonight.
A pound notice nppoars olso
whoro. The Plautors' Monthly for
April is out.
ground 4 to G.
mooting this evening.
will havo a
Tho now fivo dollar silver certi
ficates aro nlrcidy in circulation.
Tbo thiid-class railway fares in
Hungary ouly avorngo 1 ponny
for six miles.
A cricket match between mar
ried and uiuglo teams iB planned
Brooklyn, U. S., lacrosse team
defeated an English team iu Man
Tho U. S. flagship Philadelphia
arrived at Sau Francisco March
IJl from Aenpulco, Mexico.
Concert at Oahu College this
uvoning. Manager Pain will run
extra cars before and afterward.
Puia goes to the reef for 15
days for failuro to comply with a
certain section of tho Act to Miti
gate In tho polico court the opium
charges against It. Bouuett, John
Eadiu and Ah Sin wont ovor un
AV. S. Luce will hold a salo of
ferns and rare curios, including
idols that cannot bo duplicated, at
Thero will be an exhibition
gamo of baso ball on Saturday
afternoon between the Kamoha
mollas and the StarB.
Peoplo owing bills to tho Ha
waiian Hardwaro Company will
find it to their advautago to con
sult a uotico olsowhore.
NowBuitingsand pants pattorna
aro arriving by every mail ateam
0r for L.B. Kerr. Ho sells a single
yard at wholosalo prices. J"
About forty boys of the Royal
school iu charge of tho Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh enjoyed a visit to tho
U. S. S. Marion yesterday after
noon. Tho latest novelty iB a folding
coffin, which permits tho corpse
to bo raised to a sitting position,
bo that it may be thus viewed by
Two soldiers from tho bai racks
wero sent down to tho polico sta-
tion today to servo out a thirty
dayB' sontonco imposed by a court
martial held on Wednesday.
Tho Onhu Evnngolicnl Associa
tion has boon in Bossion at Waia
nao since Wednesday. About CO
pastors and delegates from tho
Hawaiian churches woro in
In auswor to mnny inquirois, it
may bo stated that tho Executive
haB had no council as yet over the
appointment of a successor to
District Magistrate do la Verguo
on tho 1st of May.
Mary Doo, alias Kalio Lum
Cheo, and her daughter, Hannah
Smith, were found guilty oE vio
luting tho piovisions of thoBchool
lane relating to truancy by Judge
do In Vorgno this morning. Son
Tho proposed picnic that was
to bo held Sunday on Mount
TautaluB will take place at tho
Camorinos ranch, Palama Wag
onettes and carriages will leBvo
Foil and King strcetH at 10 a. in.,
12 m. and 2 p.m. Tickets $2.
Dr. McMurtrie, Belfast, sug
gested that a fitting way to com
moinorato tho "Diamond Jubilee"
of her Majesty's roigu would bo
to givo tho peoplo tho powor to
prohibit tho drink traffic, and tho
Queen and hor royal circle to bo
como abstainers. '
Tho Becond social of the Con
trol Union chinch thi8 year was
held last night and was vory
largoly attended. An excellent
musical program was rondored,
tho artistB being Mrs. Montague
Tumor, Miss Rosowamo and
Messrs. Hedomaun, Ouuhu, Bond
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
SUIT A INST Till! HFCMVTIt OV
Deetilon In Ejectment Ce Judg
Judgo Porry haa granted leavo
to.Theo. 0. Porter to suo James
A. King, roceivor of tho estate of
J. K. Sumner, on a noto for S1000
at 10 por cout intorost given by
Sumner to M. F. Crandoll, of
which tho Buitor is ow nor for a
Judgo Porry has rondered a
decision in tho suit of Ruta Paa
luhi vs. Wahiuomaikni and others,
for tho restitution of two parcels
of laud iu Koolauloa, Oahu, of
a total area of 123 acres,
oxpepting kulcauas of nativo
tenants. Tho construction of a
will was involved. Tho Court
finds for tho plaintiff for an un
divided ouo third of tho land
claimed and described in the
declaration and for eighty dollars
dnmncos. An amendment to tho
defendants' answer, claiming com-'
ponsation for improvements, is
admitted bo as not to bar equity
proceedings in that behalf. A. Q.
M. Robertson for plaintiff; 0.
Brown for defendants.
Ordway & Portor vs. E. A. Wil
liams, assumpsit on two promis
sory notes amouutiug to $230.30,
was docided by Judgo Perry for
plaintiffs for tho amount claimed
and costB. J. T. do Bolt for plain
tiff; G. A. Davis for dofeudaut,
who noted an appeal.
C, J. Sherwood has been givon
ton days moro to perfect his ap
peal from denial of motion for a
Tho will of Waiueo has beon
admitted to probatoby Judgo Per
ry, Koala being appointed aH exo
cutrix. P.L.Weavor for petitioner.
Malia Kapu, sister of deceased,
personally appeared to object.
Defendants in Piipiilaui vs.
Georgo Houghtailing and O. J.
McCarthy, garnishee, hava filed
their bill of exceptions to tho de
cree of Judgo Cartor against them.
Motions to sot for hearing tho
two suits against Georgo Lycurg
ub brought by Georgo Gundlach
& Co. and ths Italian Swiss Afii
cultural Colony will be heard next
The Suprome Court, constituted
by Justice Whiting and Messrs.
Paul Neumann and W. R. Castle,
bairisleib, the last two as substi
tutes for Chief Justice Judd nnd
Justice Frear, aie hearing rear
guiuent of point of law in tho
eaBe of A. F. Judd and others vs.
C. A. Brown. S. M. Ballou for
plniutiffs; Mngoon fe Ediugs for
Thos. irolmP8, a famous Boni
fnco, theatrical manager and stock
fancier of Now castle, Euglaud,hns
won tho Waterloo cup with his
brindlod groyhound "Gallaut" at
tho Liverpool bonch show. His
horses won tho Northumberland
plato at difforont times in former
years. Mr. Holmes is undo of H.
Holmos, attornoy for tho Bishop
Estato, and of Mrs. G. J. Waller,
and an old acquaiutanco of Thos.
Wright, the woll-known local en
thusiast in fiold sports.
Dotectne Coidoe arrested a
Chinaman about 2 o'clock for
poddling chofa tickots. When
searched at tho polico station ho
had money in ovory pookot, most
ly small change, tho wholo amount
ing to io7. IIo had also an open
faced Gonovu gold watch, and Ohi
11690 monoy order on Canton, but
no tinkots. Gus Cordes says ho
passed something to a confederate
while being arrested, besides
bwallowing some papor.
Notice la hereby given that the fol
low lug etray lias been Impounded
lu the Government 'Pouutl at Mukiki,
Honolulu, vU :
i lUy Mare, uo brand, white Btrlp
on the forehead extending to tho nose,
right him! foot white, two fore feet
black, left hind foot black and the
mane cut as ulso tbo tall, all four feet
Aud It eucli estray Is hot clulmed
and all pound clmrgef1 satisfied on or
beforo SATURDAY, Apill 2, 1697, at
12 o'clock noon, the same will bo sold
on that date and bour to ih highest
bidder. K. KHKUHNK,
Honolulu, H. I., Apill!), 1&'J7.
qjjjjgf'K i. IfiJC. it. I'll oit". v A s
Ccktinlid for Its ureal Unvcnlng Mrcnstli
and licahlifulnete Atsiirc tin food nj;-Unt
alum nnd all form of adulteration common
to the cheap brand lloiAl. IIakinu Ton
iiei: Co , Ni.tt Yoin.
Now that wo have found a
preparation that ,1s a powerful
disinfectant, perfectly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to use and at the re
markable low figure of
Ceiits a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
afford to run the risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should 3rm neglect
to koop the sew its, coss-pools
and outhouses in a pel feclly
Any Phys.eian will endorso
what wo claim when we tell
,ym that nine tenths of all
lovers and nliuo illness is tho
result of carelessness about
tho sanitary conditions of the
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that they havo
such a disagreeable odor. Puri
fine is odorless.
Don't delay in purifying the
air you daily bnatho and
trust to kind providence tint
you may escape illness. Now
is tho timo to commoncc the
good work, don't wnit until
tho doid heat of summer has
arrived; it may bo too late.
Take time by tho forelock.
To be forewarned is to be fore
armed. Purifine iu quantities to suit.
Wc are the Solo Agents.
Hollister Drug Co,
The "Eront of the Se?son
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April 8th, 0th and 10th,
I will display (ho ilneot line of
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A Comfortable IIouo oontalnlnc; (t
ronnif, Hltimto In Ktllhl, near Ka
mehamnba School. t Stable loom for
three horwe, errla'i;e and cervant's
iniarterH, lare KrotnaN well planted
with bhrubbei lefj. Apiilv to
A V QlCAlt,
578 3t -10 King street.
Ui m$- .r i'. ' '
K" All of the following Brands
of Liquors nro impoited direct
for tho Merchants' Exchange:
0. P. S. Privuto Stock,
Old Kentucky Bourbon,
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey.
Tun Bi:sr Foueion Bkanhs:
James Ilonnesoy Urandy,
Old Bushmills Pine Malt Gio
John Downr it Suns' Highland
Glcngariy Highland Scotch
Burks Irish Whiskey,
J. H. Gilby's Rum, (Castlo
Celebrated I'uhntreo and Gou
PEitioniuAi.s and NnwsrArati
All Honolulu Papers,
San Francisco Papers,
Breeder and SnorUmau,
Judgo and Puck, and sevoral
well-known Sporting Journals.
Nuunnu and King Streets.
8. I.SHAW, - Prop.
On and after April 1st, Dre. Cooper
& Ilaymond will occupy the oftlcen of
Dr. MeGrew on Hotel street. Office
houi-H from 8:30 to 10 a. m, 1:30 to 3
and 7 to 8 p. ra. Telephone No. 154.
Velvets and Velveteens Brocade B Plaid Velveteens '
Former lrico 81.50
Mow Celling" 3At nB'XJb'1'JLh",5r OEMTS
BROCADE AND PLAID VELVETEENS,
Former 3?rico Sl-o
ISTOW SKLLING A.T TWENTY-FIVE CKaSTTS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ,:
FLANNELETTES' and TABLE FELT.
No. 10-EORT STEEET STOEE-No. 10
hit , ,a4-J t v
Easter Hats $ Bonnets
That arrived on the "Australia" is now open at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
A KINK ASbOUTMKNT OK
Children's Trimmed Easter Hats
Latest Novelties iu Ribbons, Swell Shirt Waists,
Exquisito Organdies and Muslins,
Latest Collars and Cuffs
Now Dress Silks and Silk Waist Patterns,
Jleg-ant A-Ssortmeni of Laces
BS" INSPECTION SOLICITED. -S
Since Wc Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the "Best.
Just Opened TJp
Invoice of . . .
elrpuutnq's Besj Tes
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Glvo tlicm a trial. Honey back if you (Jon't like them. Also, just reoeiTei
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Former .Price SC.oO
SHjK BOW TIES,
Ijatosfc Stylos in
LADIES BELTS !
212 King street, noxt to the Arlington.
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