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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co ii cur l nt Emnm
night na usual.
Antworp is planning a nautical
exhibition for 1890.
Schoolboys' buUh aro sold by
Tlio Kash at halt tlo prico of fair
All mules who soil nowspapors
in the streets of Moscow aio com
polled to appear in uniform.
Tho most thickly populated
country in Europe is Bcjijiuni,
and it is also tho most intom
perato. King Uros. havo just received a
pow lot of tissuo paper, window
noles, sash rods, artists' materials,
pioturo frames, oto. .
Fivo hundred pieces of ribbon
for 25c. apiece is olTored at Jor
dan'ii. There are from 9 to 5JG
yards in each piece
Cantaiu Potter of thu bark Al-
dou liesso, now on the way to this
port, is nocompanied by his wifo.
Ho bus also seven pasfaengors.
There will bo a stereopticon on.
terlaiumeut at St. Louis College
next Saturday evening to raiso
fuudo for tho college ball team.
Many of tho toachors and stud
ents of tho Kamehamoha school
left early this uioi uing for a weok'8
outing in the wilds.ot Waialua.
A notice from tho superintend
ent of tho Queen'B Hospital in
forms trespassing vandals that
they will be prosecuted whonovor
"Willie Wilder has about re
covered from the effects ot his
recent aeuJont and is again hold
ing dowu his desk in Dishop &
A large number of the frionds
of tho institution attended tho
joint concert given by the pupils
' of the Komohameha schools on
Captain Giilliths of tho bark
Albort has beon kept, busy shaking
hands with his many friends to
day and tolling them what ho
doesn't know about anuoxation.
Amateur photography ahould
receive a fresh stimulus from tho
otft-r of prizoB announced by the
Eastman Kodak Co. through its
' Hawaiian acent, tho Hollister
Drug Co. of Honolulu.
Miss Lily Dauford aud Rev.
V. H. Kitcat aro to bo married at
8 o'olock this evening at St. An
drew's cathedral, Hov. John Us
boi no officiating. Tho young
couple will occupy tho home of
Bishop Willis for tho present.
When the Warriinoo reached
Victoria ou her last up trip, oiio
of hor passengers, who passed
under the name of F. Hruco, but
whoso real name is said to bo
Angus, was arreted for tho oiu
bezzlomMutof ClOlJO from a BrU
Fifteen ot tho Lihuo plantation
Chinese rioters wore brought over
on the W G Til! yesterday to
remain in jail until tho session of
the Circuit Court. They wore
found guilty of rioting in tho Dis
trict Court at Lihuo but havo ap
pealed to the higher court.
In tho police court this moru
iug C. A. Heaves, J. 0. Johnson,
Toyo Jackson and Thomas
Sponcer, tolophone liuomoii and
operators, who were arrested yes
terday for violating tho Sunday
, law, wore discharged, tho case be
' ing nollo pros.'d by tho govern
ment. Six drunks wore qivon tho usual
fine this morning by Judgo do la
Vorgno. Among other polico
court business Anderson and Pe
torson wero fined Si each and
costs for fightiug. Of ton Ohiueae
gamblers arrested nino worn dw
chuiged and tho tenth hold for
Georgo Martin aud tho party
which went down to Waialua with
him to look for coffee landB ro
turucd on Saturday night. They
did not find any coffee lands but
tlioy gathered shells several
thousands of thorn and havo all
come back with sunburned facos
and huge appetites.
arc within vour reach. Get
ScliiliiitsfsBcsioi your gro
cer and your money back if
you don't like them.
I .,..AmtfK'tkmT tk-fttif '""tT
A stray steer in in thu pound.
Up to iS o'clock ih police had
not succeeded in finding Moriow. .
H. M. Dow advortisos two fine '
corner lots on Prospect Btrcol for '
sale. Sco advertisement for parti-1
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by overy mail Bteam
orfor L. B.Korr. Ho sells a oinglo
vnrrl nf. wttnlnatiln nrinnw.
Thoro is a match gamo of baso
ball in progress at Makiki this j
afternoon between the First llegi- i
ment and IJ. S. S. Petrol nines. i
It was rumored on tho stroet j
today that Judgo W. L. Wilcox I
had consentod to accept tho posi
tion now occupied by Judgo do la
Vergno and that ho would give
up interpreting in tho courts.
It has beon discovered that thoro
aro crickot players aboard tho U.
B. Uocship Philadelphia. A match
with them will be arranged by tho
Honolulu club for a day this
week, or as soon ub possible after
tho return match with H. 13. M. S.
Wild Swan's team. Thoro is talk
also of an America vs. England
mutch, tho English. team to be
composed of Honolulu and Wild
Saturday evening the 513 well
Japanese refused permission to
enter the country wero transferred
from-tho quarantine station to tho
Btcamor Kinai for return to the
country whenco that vessel
biought them. C. 13. Itoynolde,
executive officer of tia board of
liealtuellected tlio transfer in
ono trip of two scowb. It was
dono thus at a single em
barkation for fear that, if
the number was divided, tho por
tion to bo taken aftor the first lot
would rebel whon they saw it was
a return to Japan. Of courso tho
sir men down with smallpox
wero left at tho quarantine
station, making tho uumbor
ombarked'aB Btutod abovo. Bonds
of $8000 woro put up by the K6bo
Immigration Co. as secuiity for
quarantino oxponsos aud tho re
turn of tho sick Japanese aftor
tboir rocovory. Tho steainor sail
ed at G a. tn. Sunday. Thoro are no
new cases of smallpox at the
station among tho 133 Japanese
found eligible to remain in tho
country. Besides tho rejected im
migrants the Kinai took away
z2!) Japantso from Honolulu,
making a total of 772 steorago
Tho Warriraoo that is expected
hero April 1(5 from Victoria will
bring n large consignment of
Original Bock Beer for tho An
ohor Soloon. While there has
been Bock Boor on the Honolulu
raarkot, it does not begin to com -paro
with tlio consignment that
tho Anchor will havo on tap after
tho urrivol of tho Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that tho Book
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Bock Boer in the
States is made at tho first of the
year and kopt till May 1. Tho con
signment to arrive is Bonni of tho
original beor and is guaranteed to
bo bettor than any Bock ever im
ported. Wait for it. It will be
on tap at tho Anchor after the
urrival of tho Wairimoo.
Probably the last
timo the old
sa vhip :.ii.n.vu V'.I
in this port will be on
May G noxt, when sho is duo from
San Francisco on hor. last trip in
tho servico of tho Oceanic Steam
ship Company. Tho Moaua will
tako her place on what v6uld bo
hor nat run out. An almost now
sot of oilicers will come with the
Moann, tho only ouos to bo taken
from the Monowai being Purser
Iioudull, Chief Eugincer McOraig
and Chief OlHeor Oraham. Cap
tain Caroy will stop by tho Mono
w.ii, and ho will probably bo kept
in southern waters.
TWO CORNER LOTS
Situated on tho niauka side of Pros
eut i-treet, Wft of Haokfelil I'lnet,
thnrniiKhly graded a'ld walled, win
(nlnlut! n aroi of 3,710.75 Kinre feel
itnil 7WH) hiiiin f ol rui'tively,
TIichu IjiitH ciMiiuiiuiil the llnest view
of tlu city, Imrtor and oueau of uuy
lotM on Hie hill, TurniH rnny. Annly lo
r,SS-lw H. M. l)0V.
HMAJ, 1 A Wrt
Celebrated for Its jsreat leavening Mruicth
ana licalthfiiliicis. AMUrcn the fouil oj;itist
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands IlorAl. Uakinu I'ow
dkk Co , New Yoiik.
laBt tho soaon
from G to 8 yoais, -
they wore fair bargains.
At Throo Dollars
thoy aro pre-eiuiuont.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Nolico is hereby givon that tho
undersigned has boon oloctod As
signeo of tho Bankrupt Estate of
tho Otufuku Co., Hanapepe,
Kauai. All persons having
claims agniuht tho said Olafului
Co. will present tho samo to mo
ut onco. All accounts duo tho
said Otufuku Co. aro payubla to
C. von Huniui, at tho oflico of Ed.
Hoffschlaeger & Co., llonolulu.
C. vox HAMM,
Assiguoo Estate Otufuku Co.
Honolulu, April 17, 1897.
Per S. S. "Warrimoo"
JVEatropolitaii JVIeat Vtaret
Notice ia hereby given that the fol
lowing eatray iian lieni impounded
In Mip 0'"nt"", P.i .I fWW
Hoiioi :.u, viz
1 Btfor branded on right hind hip
aud white aud black tpots all over tho
And If such eatray is not clulmed
and all pound clmrgee tmtlallud on or
before BATUHDAY, May 1, 1697, at
VZ oVlouk noon, tlm minio villi bo uold
on that date aud hour in tho lilliest
bidder. K. KEKUEN1?,
Honolulu, H. T., April 19, 1897.
Queen's Hospital Notice.
Notion Is hurt by glvuii that a strict
watch will bo kept hereafter for any
one lfsrovIticr or Injurlm with mnll
ulom lnloiit an plutitM, tiee.i or outer
nrot ertv of tlio Queen's Hopltal. anil
.wlieii found tuch tleop.HKaur will bo
prosecuted according to law.
1 J F.EOKAKDT,
Buporlntenuont of tho tiueuu'd Hos
pital, Honolulu, April 19, lb97. 588.3t
Tin. AiuhihI MetttlnL' ol tllP
Colli'o Oomimny, Llmlteil, Will take
place at tho Hesiilei.co ol Mi B. Pick,
on Saturday, April Ut, 1S'J7, at -I
o'olock p. in. . ti. l'KUK,
Honolulu, April 10, lbU7. 581--JW
- r - )AiiT imrti
8a n Francisco and Yoke-!
Tho First Hletinirr
Of I ho abovo line will bo due from
Kobe, Japan, on or about tho
30th OF A.VKI3L
And will havo dispatch for San
KtT For particulars, Inqulro of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Qqgcii Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
A Meotlng of British BeeldcnU will
be held Id tho Arlington Hotel Par
lors, on WEDNE8DAY EVENING,
tbe Siet April, at 7:.iu o'ciock, to con
Hider what steps should be taken for
the proper celebration of Queen Vic
toria's Diamond Jubilee.
THOMAB BAIN WALKER,
F M SWANZY,
Honolulu, April 14, 1897, 684-6t
HAS THE ,
Best Tohsorial Artists
Notice Is hereby given that all Re
counts due tho underpinned of FOUR
MONTHS or longer standing will bo
placed In the handa nf our attorneys
for collection, unless lmmediato set
tlement In made.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
500 Pieces Assorted Ribbons at
Wider Ribbons in Proportion
SILK TRIMMINGS md PASSAMSNTERISS
A.b Exceedingly Low Prices.
& FOR THIS WEEK OlSTLY - . ,
3ES - "XRT 0"C:0.:D A.3XT'S'
No. 10-EOET STREET STOEE--N0. 10
'1 flifiiliilAflf ''
Housekeepers, Attention !
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE AKE 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.
J&5F" These aro now fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Streot
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Havc'the Hest.
Just Opened "Up an '"".",
Invoice or ... ;
SoSlULLi'iils Besj Tes
Japan Flavor, English. Breakfast and Ceylon.
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
'Givo them a trial. Slonoy back If youjdoa'tjllko theta. Also, just roceired
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brunei Bncon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc."
Chas. Hustace, .
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
of, Ribbon at 25c. the Piece.
i. These Ribbons have from 9 to 3G yards in
E&, These Ribbons have from 9 to 18 yards in
.. A ,.il- !JJL
each piece. ?3
45c. the Piece!
each piece. &l
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