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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 14, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
This is laciios' day nt tho Paci
fic tenuis courts.
AVitor alono haB boou kuown to
sustain lifo for fitty-livo dayB.
A grasshopper can spring moro
than 200 times its own length.
Lovo's bakery will dolirer hot
cross buns on Good Friday.
Ilot cross buns aro to bo had
from Horn's bakery on Good Fri
day. Thcro will bo hot cioss buns on
Good Fiiday at the Elite ico cream
A special meeting of tho Myrtlo
Boat Club is advertised for this
G. A. -Howard, architect, is pro
paling plauB for tho addition to
Qua Sprcckols and Sonator
Baldwin roturned to Mnui on last
Tho band will play at tho Ha
waiian liotol this ovoning. Pro
gram in anothor column.
On Good Friday you can have
hot cross buns and extra minco
pics from Singer's bakery.
C. L. Wight, president of
AVilder's Stoamship Co., returned
from Hawaii in the Kinau.
llev. O. P. Emerson, G. N. Wil
cox and W. A. Wall wero among
tho passougcrs for Kauai lciBt
Frank Hoogs has been receiv
in tlio congratulations of his
many frieiiclB today over the birth
of a daughter.
Luru Tai was fined SCO for opium
in possession and Nakookoo $1
and costs for malicious injury by
Judge do la Vorgno today.
In order to vote at the coming
olection one must register over
again. It makes no difference if
tho voter haB been registered forty
times before or takon tho oath
Tho marriago of Rev. V. H.
Iiitcnt and Miss Lily Danford,
uaugiitor ot Lmuy nerron, is
announced to take placo at St.
Andrew's cathodral next Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.
An ordiuanco forbidding the
spraying of clothes by tho mouth
in Chinese laundries has already
gone into effect in San Ftancinco
-and scvoral arrests have been
mado for its violation.
Several prominent government
officials will not voto at this elec
tion. They forgot to interview
Tax Collector Shaw before De
cember 31. Among thoir number
is a doctor and a schoolmaster.
Tho German Empress, it is
said, has a tea tray that was beat
on out of an old Prussian half
penny, a teapot made of a German
faithiug ond tiny cups mado from
coin of tho several German princi
palities. In tho police court this morning
Judgo do la Vorgno decided that
R. Dennett, tho mato of tho J. A.
Cummins, was not guilty of hav
ing opium in possession. Tho
evidence against him was entirely
John Radin was adjudged guil
ty of having opium iu possession
by Judgo de la Vergne yesterday
and fined S25U. An appeal was
nt once takon to tho higher coiut.
Tho secoud ohargo against Radin
will bo tried next Monday.
Mr- N. Llmin and daughter
ot Jacksonville, Fla., tliivmg in a
bucgy with a singlo hor30, started
to cross railroad tracks, whon an
engine under high speed toru tho
horse from the wagon and killed
it, leaviug tho women seated in
tho buggy uninjured.
William P.awlina, son of Tom
Rawlins, Iho well known soap
manufacturer of llilo, relumed
from tho rainy town in tho stoam
Bhip Kinau this morning. "Bill"
says that things oro booming in
tho motropohs of tho Hig Island.
Ho must havo had a hard time
ti am ping through tho Hilo mud,
for ho is not yuito so utout as ho
iibed to bo.
arc as good as they can be
not prudishly or foolishly.
or extravagantly perfect
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L. Sovorance, postmaster of
Hilo, is in tho city.
Dr. Irwin goes to Hawaii on
Friday Jto take nn absent physi
Threo drunks were fined and
throo moro forfeited Zu hail each
Dr. R. B. Williams of Hilo
shows bis genial cpuntonance iu
tho capital onco again.
J. H. Boyd of tho Interior Do
partmont, having dispatched ofli
cial business nt Hilo vory satis
factorily, went to Knilua.
Business of importance is to bo
dispatched at tho quarterly meet
ing of tho TrustooB of tho Queen's
Hospital at 11 o'clock tomorrow.
A mooting of British residents is
called, to take placo at tho Arling
ton hotel this night wook, for con
sidering tho best moans of cele
brating Queen Victoria's Diamond
roll irom a vorauda of tho Lyi
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gus house in Hilo a day or two
ago, breaking his right log below
tho knoo. The fall was caused by
a rail breaking.
Gibbs tho paintor, well-known
about town, was arrested this
afternoon for picking up a news
boy yesterday afternoon and dash
ing him down on tho etroot, injur
ing tho boy soveroly.
Tho arrests ,raado today woro
one drunk, n Chinaman for opium
iu possession, a Jupancso doBortor
from tho Bhip Benjamin F. Pack
ard, a Spaniard hold for inves
tigation, a Chinaman for non
payment of taxes for two years
and anothor for being crazy.
William Allsworth, whoso death
at Hilo is announced, was a do
tectiva in 'Honolulu bofore tho
Amoricau war. His work was
chiefly running down deserters
from whalosbips. Ho went to tho
war and fought bravely uudor
P. G. Camarinos waB broucht
up on tho Kinau today from Hilo j
wtioro no una had a sovore attack
of fovor, at times being out of his
head. Ho was examined this
morning by Drs. Herbert and
Williams and it was decided to
sond him to tho -Coast on tho next
Tho big pumps on Beretania
street are shut down for two days
to allow tho necessary connections
to bo mado with tho hpw boiler.
Superintendent Brown hopes peo
plo will regulate tho uso of water
accordingly. Tho Mnkiki pumps
will run day and night in tho
C. S. Bradford came up on the
Kinau. Ho denies that ho has lost
his case against tho Hawaii llor
nld as reported in a contomporaiy
or that it has 6en beon tried.
Thefcaso was postponed to await
the return of Judge Hitchcock
and Colonel Little from Kailua,
whon it will bo takon up. Mr.
Bradford expects to go back on
Chineso intending to visit the
land of thoir fathers, by tho
steamor Rio do Janeiro due on
Satuiday, havo begun to show up
at tho Chineso buroau of the
Foreign Affairs Department.
Those for tho Asiatic stoorago
show tickots with tho passougor
named in each as "Mr. China
man," but thoy aro "not trans
ferable" all tho samo. Secretary
Girvin has to sort all tho Messrs.
Chinrtrnans out for vIf,Tit)fi""nMrn
on thoir return from tliu flowery
Ittlall lor I.OCN.
Yesterday afternoon A. V. Gear
spread out on his oftico table a
plotted map of what was the lafe
Dr. TronxHKau'B ostrich farm. It
was given out that tho lofa, GOxlOl)
foot, would be sold at &2 oradol
lar a woek for a year. Uy noon
today '250 lots, or about all mark
ed off, had beon sold, and it is
fully expected nouo will bo left at
Qnecn Victoria's Diamond Jnlnlec.
1 ft.f J7-1 897.
A Meeting of Hrltlnli Itoaldenta will
bo licM iu tho Arlington Hotel Par
lore, ou WEDNKdDAYEVENINO,
the 2lHt April, Ht 7:80 o'clock, to con
Milur wlmt i-ipH hIioiiIiI lio ti.kfii (r
the iiroiitr cjlHhrniioii of Queuii Vic
toria's Oiunnuil Juhilflt.
TDOMAS HAIN WALKEU,
, AI.KX YOUNY,
K M 8WAXZY,
Honolulu, April 11, 1897.
' Vw. .Hi.jS . AniSk j, Sim'.U ,
Celebrated for Its fjrtat leavening strength
and hoillliruliiciH. Assures tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
totliuclicap brands. Iluivi. IIaki.nu 1'uw
lc Co , NhW YoKlw
H Each day adds a number of
1 members to our popular
Club one nml two drew Inst
S Saturday. Club threo is rapid-
fJO 1i filKnr liti Tlin aninn ti
Uiusifisni as of old exists, all
classes aro anxious to join, bo
causo'it is n clear saving of
You Throw Away
Besides anothor vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
g is that wo do not mako it
a obligatory to take a watch, but
g allow you to soloct any one or
moro articlos in tho store, no
Rj matter in what lino. Could
H anything bo fairer to you?
j We wuut to say right horo,
& that we will back up any and
jL ovory article soleutod in our
p club with tho same full and
H complete guarantee which goPB
B with every piece of goods sold
j iu tho storu. You take no risk
S whatever. Wo tako it all.
I H. P. Wiohman
WILL 13E UELIVE1U2D
Good -:- Friday
jsa-Telophono 282. v584 2t
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
nuTolopliouo 182. 581 2t
A Regular Qimrterly Meeting of tho
TriiHtetti ot tlio Quteu's Hoijiltal will
lie lit'lil at the looruaof the Cliumliur
of Commerce, at 11 o'elonk ft. in , mi
THUKSDAY, the 15th lint. i)ul
n ess of iinportuuop.
QKO. V. SMITH,
SSI It Secretary.
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The best variety of Jet Pius
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 moro
money than is nsked for this
lino, an inspection of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
The Event of tho Season
April 8th, 0th and 10th,
I will display the finest line of
MISS A. CAHILL,
677-5t Hotel Street.
RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS -:- RIBBONS
At Almost Your Own Prices
At Almost Your Own Prices
Extra Quality Sash. Ribbons . . .
Formerly S-.U70 .NW S3 .00
Extra Quality Sash Ribbons ....
Formerly 652.oO JSTov7o Cents
Extra ,Sash Ribbons
Formerly $1.00 ISTow 25 Cents
BROCADE VELVET RIBBON,
Almost Given A.wav5It was Formerly J2.."50, and is ZSTov TC Coiits
ES?" All liibbons oxcopt thosp montionod in, this advertisement are to bo had tat'
almost your own Hguro. ' , "
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Yoi A-lrnosb Set the Price ! ' . . '.:
"We Sell the G-oods! ' "-
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Eo, 10-EOBT STREET STOEE-No. 10
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WE ARE 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.
fitf These are new fresh goods, just opened and bought'
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Forfc Street
Since We Must Eat to Live, Lei's Have the Tlesf.
Just Opened "Up an
Invoice of . . .
Selrfiujfiq's Besj Tes
CONSISTING OK' i
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Give them o trial. Monoy baok If you don't like them. Also, just rtmoIvuH
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Haras, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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212 King street, next to tho Arlington.