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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 12, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
This is Company II. drill niyht.
Hnrry Z.' Austin, the Katmi ped
agogue, is in tbo city.
Band concert at Emma Bquaro
this ovoning at Hio usual Lour.
Now tolopbono poles aro boiug
put up along tbo Waikiki road.
A T.nnilnn nmnilum fnrriff fin
an nverago 2500 pasaougors a j
The cost o creraatiug a body in
Franco is only 3 francs, oqual to
Anyone v wanting mechanics,
toainators, etc., will seo a notico
Officers of tbo Hnwaiian Coffee
and Tea Company are announced
One of the streetcars has been
repainted and now looks quito
Twenty million aeros of tbo
laud of the United States aro held
J. 11. Alexander, principal of
tho Lihiifi school, is in town for
Up to 2:30 p. m. there wero
thieo cases of smallpox reported
from tbo quarantine station.
Tho annual meeting of tbo
Pacific Tennis Club comes off this
oveuiug at 8 o'clock at the club
Inspector General Townsond
nil.li .tuunrl o nmttMllv mnrtlllff nf I
school tpachors at Makawao last
Kino? street and its Bidowalka
ar i wiving another overhauling
at tho hands of tho Street Super
D. 15. Smith of tho Manufac
turers' Shoo Company is homo
again aftor a visit of several
months in the States.
jrho Sturs defeated tho ICamoha
moha boys ou Saturday afternoon
by a score of 20 to 8, which shows
tho naturo of tho game.
W. J. Gallagher, editor of tho
Commercial Journal, has been
confined to his houso for a week,
but is now ou the menu.
Tho National feed box is tho
tbemo of the Hawaiian Hardware
Co. today. AH horsemen should
read what is said about it.
Galvanized iron is not galvaniz
ed at all, but is coated with zino
by being plunged into a bath of
that metal and muriatic acid.
Hack driver Manuel Perry got
an impromptu bath on Sunday
morning while carrying a trunk
off tho steamer James Makee.
Eleven drunks wero lined in tho
polico court this morning, which
shows thore is yet matorial loft for
the Hagoy Institute to work ou.
Kalelo (w) was sent to tho reef
for -15 days by Judgo do la Vorgno
this morning for not doing tbosd
things she ought to have done.
Win. Walsh, a reporter of tho
San Erauoisco Bulletin, camo
dowu by tho Mariposa in
tho interest of a forthcoming Ha
waiian edition of that journal.
0. Afong and wife have deeded
to tho Minister of Interior for
street purposes a portion of laud
on tho corner of King aud Mauna
kea streets, the consideration be
Chester Doyle bad his mouth
shaped for a quiet jaunt to Kailaa
t" "Si,ir.' ',a Ci"""'1 r,'""t tVr;
Now that he is in quarantine and
has a soro arm his mouth is all
out of joiut.
From information gained from
the immigrants at tho Quarantine
Station, another vessol with bo
twoon four and livo hundred moro
Japanoso on board may bo expect
ed very shortly.
Saturday's cricket match be
tween niurried and singlo teams
did not bring out a full comple
ment of either. Nino married
men mado 48 runs to 30 by seven
bachelors. H. Herbert, captainof
tho club, was knocked down with
tbo bull, but ho carried his bat out
of tho game.
Spices and flavoring ex
tracts are favorite nests of
adulteration; perhaps you
' But Schilling's Best are
pure and money-back.
NMAM.roX HllKAKN (II) I.
Continued from Jsl I'atjr.
but tho poor immigrants don't.
Auothor lot, of about a hundred I
think, havo contracts with the
same wacos on a sutrnr plantation
at Kailua, Kona. I havo heard of
coffee plantations at Kailua, but
there is no sugar cano raisod
thoro that I am aware of. Tho
men who havo the necessary
money to land with are mostly at
sea as to how thoy got it; it was
ovidontly givon them as most of
them ackuowlodne to show horo
to ouablo them to land. I don't
think tho Collector Gonoral will
allow moro tbau a hundred to
land. You may stato that fully
seven -eighths of the lot will havo
to go back. So far tho examina
tion has brought out a very dis
graceful state of affairs."
At tho hour appointed Dr.
Myors stated that bo could not ac
cept tbo offer of tbo Board to go
to tho quarautino station. Tho
offer was thon mado to Dr. Eui
oreon and accepted.
At 2:30 p. in. Superintendent
McVeigh telephoned from tho
quarantine station that another
caso of smallpox had been found,
muking tbico in all.
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llndly Crippled Olllcr.
Both tho Foroign Office and the
Attorney Gouoral's department aro
badly crippled by tho order re
quiring Minister Cooper and
othors to go into quarantine. In
tho Foreign Office there is only
Mr. Potter and Miss Kelley loft
of the usual force. In tho Attor- !
ney Gouoral's department that
official aud his deputy aro both
absent, as well as Marshal Brown.
Interpreter Doyle, Japanese offi
cer Toiua Aboy . and Captain
llenken aro in quarantine, while
Chief Dotectivo Kaapa is ou Ha
waii. Doputy Marshal linen- .
cock baB his hands full at tho
station houso and, ho boing uu
ablo to prosecute in tho
polico court, the government has
retained Charles Creighton to
prosecuto tbo opium casos against
Bonnett and Iladin.
It was only by an accidont that
tho deputy-marshal escaped qua
rantine himself. Ho was going
over to seo Minister Cooper about
tho Kauai trouble but changed
his mind afterward. If he had
gone, tho polico department mautlo
would now fall on Sonioi Captain
llro In Clnircli.
While tho Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh was ncaring his "conclusion,'
in yestorday ovoning's sormon to
the Soeowt Congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral, a rather
exciting opisodo occurred within
tho edilico. A lamp at tho lower
sido of the south transept fell to
the floor by tho giving way
of its bracket. There was
no explosion but the oil
took fire ns it ran on tho floor,
and exclamations of "Oh ! " at tho
sudden glare added to tho inter
ruption of tho sormon by the
crash. The lire was smothered
with cocoanut matting, and then
Mr. Mackintosh gave out the
closing hymn. As tho children
of St. Andrew's Priory wero sit
ting in the seats in front of whoro
the lamp fell, it is fortuuato that
thero was no panic, also that the
burning oil did not run far.
riti: opium iuni.s.
riMiell on Trll mid tlmllii l
In tho polico court thia'niorn
ing tho cnao of R. Bonnett, tho
inato o tho CuuiminB charged
with opium in possession, was
taken up, Charles Croighton ap
pearing for tho Govoruinont aud
J. M. Vivas for tho dofeuse.
Customs oflicois Miuiohu and
Kauoha, together with tho captain
of tho Cummins, testified and
weio oroeB-exuiuined. Tho cano
will likely last tho groator part of
John Ratlin's trial will follow
that of Ronuett. Radin will bo
dofondod by A. G. M. Robertson.
Rpuhen Dexter, recently ono of
Honolulu's crack whoehuou, lato
ly with his partner Rnvnolds won
all tho first prizes at Wellington,
Now Zealand. On the victorious
cyclers' return to Auckland thpy
wore given a groat reception,
winding up with u banquet, at
which "Ruby" made a spoech.
Celebrated for Its (rent leatmlns utrtnjlli
mm liculttil ulucrs. Aestiris the food uijaiiist
nlura nnd all forum of adulteration common
to tliu cheap brands ItorAi. Hakino Vow
licit Co , Nnw ouu
Now that wo havo found a
preparation that is a powerful
disinfectant, perfectly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to use and at tho re
markable low figure of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
aflbrd to run tho risk of con
tacting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keop tho sowers, cess-pools
and outhouses m a pouectly
Any Physician will endorse
what wo claim when we tell
you that nine tenths of all
levers and alike illness is tho
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of tho
One threat objection to most
disinfectants is that they ,. have
such a disagreeable odorSPuri
fino is odorless.
Don't delay in purifying tho
air you daily brcatho and
trust to kind providence that
you may escape illness. Now
is the time to commence tho
good work, don't wait until
the dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may bo too late.
Take time by the forelock.
To be forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifine in quantities to suit.
We aro the Solo Agents.
Hollister Drug Go.
San Francisco and Yoko
Tho Flrat Btennier
Of tho above line will be ilue from -Kobe,
Jupan, ou or about the
30 Hi OF APRIL
Anil will liuvo dispatch for San
3T For particulars, Inquire o
O. E. 130ARDMAN,
Mechanics and Teamsters.
Anyone needing tho .services ol
Mrht-clasj Mechanics, Toanistera mill
J.uiiuh, etc., cuu lo .iupphi.il by apply
ing to F. Wilbiirton, BuBlnutui aiaua
gor JIuwullau Hugey Institute; Tele
phono 700, or tn
58-' Ira J. ALFRED MAGOOX.
On and afti-r April lat, Dra. Cooper'
tV uaymnn i win occupy tiu miicrH oi
1)r. MuGrewnu Hotel htreot. Olllco
houia froia b.30tnlllu in, l.i'.(Mc3
and 7 to b p. in. telephone No. 151.
The best variety of Jet Pins
in tho city will be found dis
played at tho
It is not always tho amount
of money paid for an article
that determines its value.
Cheaper and much commoner
goods are often sold for more
money than is asked for this
lino, an inspection of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
The Event of the Season
April 8th, 0th and 10th,
I will display the llnefet lltio of
.... AND ....
MISS A, CAHILL,
577'5t Hotel Street.
RIBBONS -;- RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS , . .
At Your Own Prices
At Your Own Prices
EXTRA bASH KIBBONS .
Formerly 81.00 ISTow 25 Cents
BROCADE VELVET RIBBON,
Almost Given Away, It was Formerly S2.50, and is 3Sov 75 Cents
S" All Hibhons exoopt
WllULUVUl JUU UNUli
No. 10-EORT STEEBT ST0EE-lTo. 10 .
Easter Hats $ Bonnets
That arrived on the "Australia" is now open at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Streqt
.... A KINK ASSOUTMKNT OF
Children's Trimmed Easter Hats
Latest Novelties in Ribbons, Swell Shirt Waists,
Exquisite Organdies and Muslins,
Latest Cnllars and Cuffs
"New Dress Silks and Silk Waist Patterns, ,
Elegant Assortment of .'Laces
T INSPECTION SOLICITED. -
Since IVe Must Eat lo Live, Li's Have the Ties.
Jnsfc Opened Up an
Invoice of ...
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Giro them a trial. Muuey back if you don't llko them, Alno, jitnt received
Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Chceso, Smoked Beef,
Choico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., EtoJ
Sash Ribbons . . .
Formerly S&-HO jSTow J31-.00
Sash Ribbons . . .
Formerly S2.C0 JSTow 7C5 Conts
thoso montionod in this inlvertisoment ac to bo hftd-nt ',
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the Price !
"We Sell the G-oods!
xag - grios 25 Cents v11t,
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
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