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EVENING BULLETIN, APItIL 13, 1897. . if '
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
N. H. Suolis is offering bargains
in lied spreads.
Moonlight conoort at Thomas
squaro this ovoniug at 7:30.
Four drunks woro fined this
morning in tho polico court.
Tho Mounted RosorTo will drill
at Mhkiki tomorrow ovoniug.
Hon. Faul Noumann loft on tho
Mauna Loa today for llawaii.
This is tho last day tor service
of summons for tho May term of
Chu Kwai, a chofa man, got tho
usual fine of $25 from Judge do
la Vergno today.
TLoro will bo elaborate floral
docorations at St. Andrew's cath
edral next Sunday.
Extra quality sash ribbons that
formerly sold at $1.50 are now go
ing at $1 at Jordan's.
Tho nuisanco at tho Oceanio
dock so gondrally complainod of
lately has boon partly abated.
Dr. T. T. French has boon ap
pointed government physician at
Waianao and with his wife has
gono to the scene of his labors.
The trial of John Badin for
opium in possession was com
menced boforo tho District Court
this morning. It may take all
No decision has been rendered
tho case of tho mate of tho J.
Judgo l'orry lins, after hearing
both parties in ovidonco and argu
ment, revoked the temporary
guardianship of J. D. Holt unci J.
It. Holt, which had been granted
on tho petition of two of their
Goo. Martin, accompanied by
his friouds Armstrong, Walkor
and tho throo Hornor boys have
gono to Waialua to look ou.t for
some cofleo lauds. Tho boys
wont by train to Ewa and from
thence go overland on their
whools. They havo takou a tent
and provisions along and expect
to havo a good timo.
One of the very prettiest wed
ding cakes of tho season is on ex
hibition in tho window of Horn's
bakery. Tho cake is throo layers
high, trimmed in birds and ilow
ors, with two hands crossed on
top, as in tho marriage sorvico. A
gold ring on tho bride's third fing
er makes it almost lifelike. It is
a very artistic pieco of work do
signed and made by Hermann
Horn, and is intendod for a wed
ding shortly to tako place on the
island of Hawaii.
THE JTKTKKr. AHHIV)-..
who was tried yes-
opium in posses-
Csptairi Saunders' mother and
nieco roturu to their homo in tho
States in tho bark Mohican today,
having been visiting hero a few
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nunanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Torms: 25
and 60 conts por night. $1, nnd
$1.25 uer week.
It is claimed that a number of
the immigrants at tho quarantine
station havo bogus contracts call
ing for work at Ewa plantation at
$22.50 por month.
A. V. Gear of tho Hawaiian
Business Agency offers a house
and lot on Wilder avonuo and Ko
wftlo streets for salo at a suitable
price. See his real estate column.
Hamaoka was found guilty by
Jndgu do la Yorgro this morning
of violating tho carriage regula
tions in refusing to obey tho law
ful orders of a police officer. Sen
Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald
and Mr. Greono left for Hawaii
today. They will tako a trip over
the island undor the guidance of
Sv II. Hoogs and Land Commis
sioner J. F. Brown.
Castlo & Cooke have secured
tho agenoy of tho Miohigau Stove
Co., whose works aro the largest
in the world, and invito you to
await tho arrival of tho Arohnr
with a lot of stoves and ranges,
particularly adapted to this coun
try. At tho meeting of officers of tho
National Guard hold lact evening,
a comtnittoo consisting of Captains
Schaefor and McCarthy and Lieu
tenant Towso were appointed to
draft bylaws for an organization
to he known as tho .Board of
Hackmen complain that Kukui
street of an evening jb, turned into
& bicycle training place for young
lauica. One or them was Hriviug
his horse at o walk last evening
through that streot when he was
ruu into twice by two different
girls who wore trying to learn to
ride tho wheel.
Miss Jounio E. Hammer loft by
tho Mauna Loa to tako charge of
the Koauhou school in North
Koua, Hawaii, having boen trans
ferrod from Fort Btreot school at
her own request for a desired
chango of chmato. This is tho
fourth island on which Miss Ram
mer will havo taught. She leaves
a host of frionds in Honolulu who
wish hor a continuation of tho
aiiccem sho has had as a teaohor
bore and elsewhere
Mill Probably Uo to Hie China
Station Irom llorr.
Tho U. S. S. Potrel, one of Un
cle Sam's modern gunboats, is an
chored in the bay next to the old
wooden IT. S. S. Marion. A Bul
letin reporter boarded tho hand
Bomo littlo whito ship this foro
noon. Tho Petrel was hero a year
or two ago on hor way from tho
China station. Sho is fitted with
modorn guns and other applian
ces, and is a useful ornament' to
the navy. One or two of the offi
cors have been in Honolulu be
fore in other ships, and seemed
pleased to seo tho old town again.
The Petrel sailed from San
Francisco on March 31, and, ex
cepting tho first few day6, experi
enced a pleasant passage to Hilo,
which was reached last Thursday.
"While tho gunboat Mas lying at
Hilo, Captain Wood and three
officers visited tho volcano of
Eilauea. Hilo was left behind
yesterday morning, and the mud
hooks were dropped in Honolulu
bay shortly after 9 a. m. today.
Tho length of the stay at this port
is uncertain, but tho t ship will
probably proceed to Yokohama
within a fow weeks.
The officers aro: Captain E. P.
Wood; Lt., E. M. Hughes, exe
cutive officer; Lt. B. A. Fiske,
navigator; Lts. A. M. Wood and C.
H. Plunkett; Ensigns, G. L. Fer
inior and and W. S. Montgomery;
Engineer, It. T. Hall; Surgeou,
Dr 0. D. Brownell; Paymaster, G.
Now that wo havo found n
preparation 'that is u 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
afford to run tho risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keep tho sewers, cess-pools
and outhouses in a pcifectly
Any Physician will endorse
what wo claim when we tell
you that nine tenths of all
fevers and alike illness is tho
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of the
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that they have
such a disagreeable odor. Puri
fine is odorless.
Don't dolay in purifying tho
air you daily breathe 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 be too late.
Take time by the forelock.
To be forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifine in quantities to suit.
We are the Sole Agents.
The best variety of Jet
in tho city will be found dis
played at the
It is not always the amount
of money paid for an article
that determines its value.
Cheaper and much commoner
goods aro often sold for moro
money than "is asked for this
line, an 'itfspoctidri of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 3l6Fort Street.
Housekeepers, Attention !
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE ABE OFFERING THIS WEEK
In Bed Spreads
A Full Sized Bed Spread, hemmed, ready
for use, at $1.25.
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
Jt- These aro new fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
The Evenf of the Season
....:. in.. .i'
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street : : Honolulu.'
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened TJp an
Invoice of . . .
April 8th, 0th and 10th,
I will dLsiilaybjtt jipeatlinoof
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Qire them a trial. Money back It yon rton't liko them. Also, Just reoelrei
Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc, Etc.
212 King street, noxt to the ArlingWti.
Hollister Drug Go.
Notice to Voters.
What kind of
lea taklug p4ef
CftT f avitcutf Mlracti
oU and tfim
do you want?
, Your grocer pays your
;rhoncy back in full if you
don't like ScfiilliHg's Best.
No New Cne llrpnrled Since YeMrr
Minister Cooper and the Cus
toms officials with him comploted
their examination of tho immi
grants who arrived on the Kinui
Maru shortly nfter C o'clock last
orening, and after changing their
clothing were driven out to J. 13.
Castlo's placo at Waikiki, whero
they aro now quarantined. Of
the 082 immigrants only 120 gave
satisfactory answors to questions
?ut and proved their right to land,
t is probable they will be added
to the city's population as soon as
their term of quarantine is up.
Tho othors will bo sont back as
HOOIl n lU-W c- .it iUl OU ill
steamer which brought them.
The" Kinui Maru has been al
lowed to come up to Pacific Mail
wharf in strict quarantine to dis
charge hor freight, bo fumigated
and tako on coal, after which sho
will bo hauled ourinto the stream
and hor undesirable passengers
pnt back on hor. Agent Eoynolds
is in churgo of quaruutiuo mullord
at tho wharf.
Up to 2:30 this aftomoon no
now oases of smallpox had been
roperted from the quarantine
A mau coming down lliohards
street at full speed ou a wheel ran
into Jim Quinn's hack about G
o'olock yesterday at the cornor of
King street. The wheelman struck
tho front whool of tho hack with
full force but encaped unhurt.
Tho wheol he waH ridiuts went
under tho horse's feet and camo
out badly wioeked. Luckily tho
horso Quinn was driving was a
gentle ono and did not move after
being run inloorthocoiisoquuucos
might have boon moro serious.
AH perrons desiring to vote at tho
General Election to bo held on the
last Wednesday In September of this
year will be required to register be
fore the Board now in session at the
Old Legislature Hall, Judiciary Build
loK. HICNBY DA.VIS, Chairman.
J.03EI'H M. CAMAUA, JH.,
KOBUllT HOAl'IM BAKKH.
Board of Registration, Iflttudof Ouhu,
Honolulu, April 13, 1W7.
Holders of water prlvllegen.orthoso
paylug water rates, arohereliy noti
fied that the hours for Irrigation pur
jose are from (I to 8 o'clock a. ji. and
from 4 to 6 o'clock p. M.
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approval: J. A. Kimi, Minuter of
Houolulu, H. L, April 0, 1897.
RIBBOM. -:- RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS
At Almost Your Own Prices
At Almost Your Own Prices
Extra Quality Sash. Ribbons
Formerly $4.0 3STov SliOO
Extra Quality Sash. Ribbons . . . ':''.
Formerly S2.0O JSTow 75 Cents
Extra Sash Ribbons
Formerly S1.00 Now 25 Cents
US Perceut livlon AcKml- Coxl,
Note This Dimitios, 15 yds
S1.00, priutcd ducks, 11 yds $1.00;
whito cottons, i!l yds $1.00; brown
cottous, 25 yds Sl.OO; 81 inch
blenched sheeting 15c; 00 inch
bleached shooting 20c All last
season's dross goodB 10c;, white
dress goods JG yds 81.00; .bod
spreads 50c, 75c and $1.00; mon'a
straw hats nt 25c, formerly $1.00,
81.25 and $1.50; table liuon, 3 yds
$1.00; dotted swisa, 9 yds $1.00;
FahwelIi cottons, 14 yds $1.00; 45
inch pillow casing, 10 yds $1.00;
laco curtains, 50c, 75o and $1.00
tho pair, by tho yard 10c; lino
draperies, 10 jhIb $1.00; damask
napkins, 75c perdoz; llannnletten,
20 vds $1.00; ginghams, 25 yds
$1.00 at Tomplo of Fnshion.
Tho solo arrest made up lo
noon today waB that of a small
while boy, accused of stealing a
kuifo from Sturdovant's storo.
BROCADE VELVET RIBBON,
A.lmo.st G-iv'on iw-avi It was Formerly S.5G, and is 2SJov
v KS All '.'Ribbons
almost your" 6wn
except thoso .mentioned in this . advertisement are. toMlio 'had
Yoa AJmost Set the Price I
We Sell the G-oods!
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