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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 31, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A Cahinot Council ia in hchsIou
Timo for roceiviiiR lenders for
Iho 1'nli roml lma been extomlotl
to 12 noon on Momlny.
More l'unohbowl lots will bo
sold nt miction by tlio Minister of
tbo Interior on tbo 25 tb of May.
UnK , Kan was convicted of
nfuMiilttag nnotlier Chiuntnnu and
fiuod S5 and S3 coslti by Judgo do
Tho Board of Iloaltii will bold
tbo regular weekly meeting tbia
afternoon, with President W. 0.
Smith in tbo chair.
Company 13. broke tho iuo lust
night and celebrated tbo re-election
of Captain Oscar Wkitu in
tho oldou fiishion before ico cream
"I am indebted to you for an
evening of intellectual fun," id
John ltnskin'H pernonnl commen
dation of Frank Lincoln, who will
nppenr in Honolulu uoxt week.
Deputy Attorney Genoral E. 1.
Dole linn received a liniidBonio
album of viowh, with desoriptivo
reading matter, of tho city of
Boston, thc"Hub of the Univorso."
It is oxpected that all British
residents will rally at tho Arling
ton this evening, to take steps for
colebratiug fitly ouo of the most
notablo events in tbo history of
It is said there is a petition be
ing quietly cireu' itd iinkiug tbat
C. H. Dickey, tho tux jwseflsor of
Maui and chairman of the Jload
Board, bo appoint! .police judge
Another drill of tin Second
Iwtt .tiui in Rfinmntccd for lonim
row uiicht l'ho '"lu led
A discount of 2i f u Mftt i
tho actual cost is in. . i you
will get nt the Temple of Fnshiou
Jordan is altnoBl civim? ttunv
1 Ill's stock of ribbons, ltend his
ndvortisment in this iseuo and re
floct. Tbo Missionary Gleaners wil
hold their annual lawn party on
tho grounds of V. It. Cadtlo on
, May 1.
I Castle A Cooko will bo ready in ,
a few days to bhow their first in
voico of Michigan ranges and
Bridue and AVaiauueuuo streets, !
Ililo. will soon bo the location of
Celebrated (or 1U great Icarmlng ttmicth
ftnrl lifallhfiiliiptA A.mirfA llii fnnil fltrMiiiit
l.i . -.. ..-......-. .? .
.. .... m . I aiuui inu an mriu. ui nuuucniiKin cuiumun
n &io,vuu uuiiiuug ior Dusiness t,i,ccinp brand. Hum. Uakino row.
DlimOBPB. "Ell lAt, Nr. OllB
Wray Taylor, bPcrelnry of the
Board of Immigintiou, t;jes to
Kauai by tho steamei MiLaiialu
tonight to investiuate the Chinese
labor troubles at Liliuo. He will
return on Sunday.
Admiral Beardplee aiidsbiffand
Cuptain Cotton of theU H Un
ship Philadelphia wore introduced
to the President nud Cabinet this
forenoon by Consul General
Ellis Mills as acting Minister.
Senator McCandless went over
to Haiku last night to make ar
rangements for boiing a number
of noils on the Baldwin planta
tion. Mr. McCandless expected
to bo able to return on Sunday.
Tho Vaidis Twin Sisters are
du by the Alameda from the
Cdonies next wlr -it l,y tho
Australia from Sau Francisco an
previously staed. They are to
leave for the Coast by the Austra
lia. MiiiHlei King ban given the
necessary orders for a Hurvey of
Halekauwila street, near tho Sail
or1 Home. Tho street is to bo
opoued and graded to give access
to waterfront lots lately advertised
for lease by the government.
Albert Christian had a saddle
stolon from him about two months
ago. This morning he rucogni.
ed it in the poooebriun of u unuio
and tho latter will liuvo to explain
to Judge do la Yerguo how he
came by it.
Tho Government lias rofubed to
allow stands to lie erected in tho
public parks of London for the
Queen'B diamond jubileo proces
sion. An offer of $350,000 was
made for permission to erect a
stand in tho Greok Park, facing
I Inspector (Jcuoral of Schools
' II. S. Townsend has returned from
a tour of Hawaii and Maui lasting
nearly two months.
The cricket match between tho
Honolulu and Wild Swan olavons
' is in progress nt tho Mnkiki base
ball grounds this afternoon.
Who stole tho yellow flag from
the Castle quarantine station last
night ? The answer will probably
come out in tho Board of Health
At tho meeting of Company B.
last night, Captain E. O. White
was re elected without opposition
and a committoe of three appoint
ed to notify him of the fact.
Anyone wanting u slovo or
rouge will cnrtmiH tlfir own in
terurit bv norusiui? the orice list
of the I'mversal givpu elwewhcre J
bj the Pn .tie Himiwure Co.
Queen Dowager Kapiolani and
David Knwhuuuakoa returned
from Kailuu ctcrday on the
Mauna Lou, and were driven out
to Waikiki shortly afterward.
Hon. Paul Noumauu, Deputy
Attorney General Dole.Cilbort F.
Little and A. S. Humphreys were j
among tuo lawyers who returned
from attending the Kailua term
of the Circuit Court yesterday.
An officer of tho U. S. S. Phila
delphia told a reporter that he
did not think that voikcI would
remain in port more than three
months. It was tho genoral im
pression that tho Baltimore would
come from the China station to
relioTe the Piladelpbia.
Through tho exertions of tho
IXttv. H. II. Davis, the Endowinont
Fund of Chrlsl-eburch, South
Komi, has nyicheu &.4000. In July
next, Mr. Davis will have com
pleted twenty live years since be
was first metalled to Cbristchurch.
Ho piopobcb to mark bis semi
jubilee year by n special ofTort to
bring tho fund up to S5000.
A Mother Ixrtl l !
He critic mod her puddings,
hf didit like her c.iko;
lie wished bhe'd make the biscuit
tbat hi mother used to make,
She didn't wash the dihhes, and
bhe didn't make a htow.
And she didn't mend bis stock
ings, as his mother used to do.
Ah, well, she wasn't porfect,
though she tried to do her bwt,
Until at length sho thought her I
timo had come to luo a rest; i
So, when one day ho went tbo
fismo old rigmarolo all through,
She turned und boxed his ear?,
just ut his mother tibod to do.
"Before a girl is marriod she
I nova ohfi iu lrlllnifT to i op n
Dry goods were never sold in
Honolulu nt a discount on original
coftl. Ine vztiw Rtock at tho j do'surl i u with Lji lovua
lomple or iashion is offered at
25 per cent bolow first cost. In
order to close out this means dry
goods CO por cent cheaper than you
Tho second trial of John ltadin
on tho obargo of having opium in
possession terminated in tho
poiico court yesterday afternoon
with a finding of guilty. Judgo
do lu Verguo imposed a line of
$250 ami costs. Attorneys
Ilobiirtson aud Bullou at ouco
filed tho necessary appeal papers.
You find out for nothing
whether Schilling's Best
are what you want; for, if
not, you get your money
Of coureo; any real woman would
feel tbnt way." "Yes; and after
sho is married sho has to have her
mother and sisters with her all tho
Tbo man who lookod tirod and
happy stood in the midst of torn
paper flags and peanut shells anil
exclaimed: Weil, tbia inauut
tion is al' over. ", ropliwl his
neat wifo, disconsolately. I
should say it is! And you can't
bo in too bi a hurr nboat get
ting to work nud helping clean it
Nnllio I don't seo why Char
ley Dimpleton has suddenly been
so tnkou with Dot Tburstou.
How do you account for it? Jcm
sio Oh, 1 believe bIib was tho
first one to notice that ho was
raising a mustache.
Printed ducks are just as good,
if not bettor thaii anything else
for boyH' shiit waists. Tlioy wash
nod wear well, two very inipoitftiit
consideiatioiiH. Kerr has tli-ui in
a largo vuriuty of patterns at eight
yards foronu dollar.
Oaten Victoria's Diamond Jnbilcc.
A Meillng f Hrlllxh itviiicnfft wil. ;
lie lii-lil In tlu ArlliiKlon llitti'l I'm
lor, on WKIJNKSDAY rV'KNINi
the ill nt April, at T.'io u K. n
klilcr what tem sliiiliM ihl;. . I i
the proper celrtiratlon of Qilcfii Vic
totls'e Diamnnil Jubilee. '
THOMAS HAIN WALKKIt,
F M HWANZY,
Honolulu, April 14, 1807 ftSt-Ot
Ilonscbeepers, Attention !
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
Queen's Hospital Notice.
Notice is hereby given that a strict
watch will be kept hcreaftor for any
ono (leatroylug or injuring? with mall
rlous Intent any p1unl8, trees or oilier
property of the Queen's Hospital, fttid
when found hucIi treapiisBor wlil bo
prosecuted according to law.
J. F. EOKAnDT.
Superintendent of tho Queen's Hoe
pltoi; Honolulu, April 19, 1897. 638-3t
WE ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK
In Bed Spreads
A Full Sized Bed Spread, hemmed,
for use, at $1.25.
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
I" Thcso nro now frosh goods, just opened and
direct from headquarters.
Mooting of tho Aloliu
ColTeo Company, Limited, will take
tealduuce of Mr E. Peck,
April 24, 1807, at 4
S. H. PECK,
Honolulu, April 10, 1897. 68l-2w
dIhco at the II
' o'cloch p. m.
Notice ia hereby givou that all ac
counts due the uuderaigned of FOUll
MONTHS or longer standing will bo
placed In tho hands of our attorneys
for collectiou, uultas Immediate set
tlement U made.
HAWAIIAN HAKDWARE CO.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street
Since IVe Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened "Up an
Invoice of . . .
SelrpLyflJq's BiSj Tes
Hotel St., near Fort. Tel. SC2.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orrici: SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block reu of J. O. Carter's office. P. O,
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon.
E3&. I a fow days we will
be prepared to show the public
tho finest lino of this cluss of
riv . 9rtr:v jatfc - -"vjmf
SubRoribe for tho Evening Bdl-i-KTIM
75 oonts por month.
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKIHG POWDER.
Giro them a triij. Honey back if yon dou't llko tlim. Also, jnit recciroJ
Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butler,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hums, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice- Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc.,
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
500 Pieces of Ribbon at 25c. the Piece.
22i Thcso Ribbons have from I) to 30 yards in each piece. "3
500 Pieces Assorted Ribbons at 45c. the Piece.
These Ribbons have from 9 to 18 yards in each piece. Jg&
Wider Ribbons in Proportion !
SILK TRIMMINGS and PASSAMSNTERIES
u. t ISxcoodingly Jow .Prices.
car foe this -wjiinsiv o:rnLr -&
3S. "SKr arojF.xjaLXr5'S
i No. 10-EORT STREET STORE-No. 10
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