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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
II. F. Wichmnn is making souv
enir spoonB rb fast as thoy can bo
II. G. Biart lins received hnnd
Bomo jowelry by the Australia,
guaranteed in ovory respect.
Tho ball toamB to play on Satur
day aro tho Regiments and St.
Louis. A closo gumo is oxpect
cd. ClmB. Hustaco Jr. advnrtiseB
n houao and lot on Young street
for salo. Tho lot is 60x150 foot
The Waikiki quarantine is ond
od and tho oflicinls who under
cut it have roturned to thoir
Tho dinner and danco at tho
Hawaiian hotel last evening drow
n largo number of pooplo to thai
popular hostelry. ,
John Phillips wont over to Hilo
yesterday to see about the plumb
ing for tho now hotel, for which
bo bus tbo contract.
In this issue tho Hawaiian
Hardware Company calls atten
tion to a number of useful novel
ties for kitchen use.
Labor Commissioner Fitzgornld
Iiad aconferenco witb a few of tho
leading planters yesterday after
noon on tho labor question.
Managor Lucas of tbo Hawai
ian hotel is at tho French hospital
in San Francisco. He expects to
return on tho next Australia.
Tho Board of Health meets in
regular session this aftornoon and
soino lively times aro expected
over tho Waikiki quarantine.
Tho band played at Queen Em
ma hall this morning. This after
toruoon at 4:30 tho regular concort
at tho Executive building will bo
F. W. Ayor, an American col
lector of postage stamps, re
cently sold a siuglo specimen of
tho 1851 issuo of Hawaiian stamps
J. H. van Gioson, of detective
fame, took a big tumble off bis
wheel today. Ho ran into a brako
driven by George Houghtailing
and got vor'y much tbo worst of it.
Tho Fort Street Cyclory, oppo
site Lawors & Cooke a, call for and
deliver rontod wheels or repair
work in any part of tho city, with
out extra chargo. Telephone
A now French coin will bo
shortly issued valuo 25 contimos.
It will bo found most useful, as at
present thoro is no coin between
tho half-franc and tbo 10-contimo
Tho city of San Joso, Califor
nia, bns adoptod an ordiuanco
prohibiting tho npriukling of
clothos in public washhouscH, by
Emitting water or other liquid
from tho mouth.
An additional caso of smallpox
was discovered ttt tho quarantine
station last ovouing, tho victim
boing a Japanese boy. This will
necessitate the continuance, of
quarantino for another oighteon
Ifl tho polico court yestorday
afternoon Tom Walkor changed
bis plea of not guilty of an assault
with a deadly woapou on John
Euimoluth to ouo of guilty and
was sontonced to ono year's im
prisjuruont at bard labor.
In San Froncisco Judge Heb
bard lias declined to disolyo tho
injunction hitherto granted iu tho
suit of the Evening Post against
tho Daily Report and tho Asso
ciated Press to prevent tho deliv
ery of AsBooiatod Press dis
patches to tho Roport and tho
latter papor baa to got ita news
tho best way it can.
Madam Yule, who latoly ar
rived from tho Coast, iB located at
tho Eiiglo Houso, Nuuanu streot,
whoro bIio is propared to per
manently romovo moles, warts and
supotlluous bair, by oluctrioity.
She has also for salo an excellent
faco blouch, warranted not to in
jure the skin. Madam Yule makes
a specialty of oluctriu treatment.
The way to answer doubts
about Schillings Best
is to money-back them.
Another danco will bo given at
tho Hcalani Boat houso on May
Samuel O. Alton id bnok to his
offioo after a Bovore attack of
Tho liquor-selling cases against
Sylva, Keevan and others woro to
day Bet for trial on tho 30th.
Tho two unsightly tolopbono
poles at tho cornor of Merchant
and Fort streots wore removed
Tho Gleaners' annual lawn
party is olsowhero advertised. A
description of novel features was
printed a fow days ago.
August Toellnor, a young man
who arrived from Puget Sound
latoly, goes to Layso'n Island in
tho bark 0. D. Bryant sailing to
morrow. Thoro was a meeting of the
Exocutivo Council this morning
to sottlo arrangements for Minis
tor Damon's attondanco at tho
Victoria Jubilee iu Loudon.
On statistics furnished by tho
pharmacists it is estimated that
thero aro in Paris alono 50,000
victims of tho morphino habit,
among them -30,000 women.
Threo arrests woro mado up to
2:30 today. Ono Chinaman for
cbefa tickets in possession, an
other for non-payment of taxes,
and a deserter from the Seminolo
woro tbo victims.
V. V. Ashford wob very low in
San Francisco at last accounts.
For some timo past ho had been
unablo to take his usual horse
back exorcise. Latoly be has boon
s abject to fainting fits, and a
privato lotter intimates that tho
ond was belioved to bo near.
Alatau T. Atkinson resignod
from tho Jubiloo executive com
mittoo on account of want of timo,
and R. O. Monteaglo because of
intended doparturo. Mr. Mon
teagle'a lettor was eloquent re
garding tho duty of making tho
colobratiou unprecedentedly grand.
Mr. and Mrs. P.Lowis and Miss
Mildred Lowis, parents and sister
of Harry and Fred Lewis, also
Miss Ella Lowis, daughter of H.
F. Lowis arrived on tbo Australia
yesterday for a summer's visit to
tho islands. Thoy will occupy
for tho present tho Hobron pro
mises at Waikiki.
Dipsomaniacs in Sweden, when
put under restraint, aro fed almost
entirely on bread steeped in wino.
In less than a fortnight thoy
loathe the very look and smell of
liquor, and when liberated gener
ally become total abstainers. Iu
Russiu u similar treatment is fol
lowed with good results.
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IlroUliiu r Supreme Court uml Oilier
Mutter tin l'llc.
The Supremo Court by Justice
Frear, in a uuanimous decision,
has sustained the decree of Judge
Porry dismissing tho bill in equi
ty of Peter High & Co. vs. Francis
Dunn and E. H. F. Woltor, on
tho ground that thero was a plnin,
adequate and complete remedy at
law. Justices Frear and Whiting,
with Judge Carter Bittingvin place
of Ohiof Justico Judd, constituted
tho Court. Kinney & Ballou for
plaintiffs; Davis for defendants. '
Tho caso of Chas. B. Poor vs.
Henry Smith, administrator, re
mandod to tho Circuit Court by
the Supremo Court, was heard by
Judgo Carter this morning. At
tho closo of .evidonco for plaintiff,
defendant moved for a nonsuit.
Tho Court reserved its ruling up
on tho motion and continued the
caso. A. Rosa for plaintiff; W. R.
Castlo and P. L. Weaver for do
fondant. lloury Holmes, trusteo, by his
attorneys, Kinney & Ballou, has
filed a motion for default in his
suit against 0. A. Brown and
Irono li Brown.
1). F. Dillingham aud tho Oahu
Railway and Land Co., by thoir
attomoys, J. Q. Wood and Lylo
A. Diokoy, havo filed a motion to
amond aiiBWor on thoir part as
defendants in the suit of By mo vs.
Alien aud othors,
An aiiBWor by defendants and
a replication by plaintiff havo
been filed in tho suit of ,J amen A.
King, rncoivor, vs. B. F. Dilling
ham and otliurs, to cnncol a limso
of Sumner ruof in Honolulu har
bor, for '.ID yoarfl at t rontal of
5500 a year, with an option
of pnrolmHo for HUOO.OOO.
Mury C. Aldiuih, Jlnhm 11,
King, Harriot V, Hrown, Homy
H, Hwliitnn. (JharloH K. H, Hwfn
(on, Union M. Houl, DongliiH K,
EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 28, 1897.
' i i ii i ! i WHW MP I
Celebrated for Its Krcat leavening strcmtli
nm licalthfulnefs. Assures Hie food gainst
alum and alt forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. ltorAL Making I'ow
ncn Co , New Yoiik.
1'liAIN AND KANCY
JAPANESE JUTE RUGS,
Fine Assortment of
Linen and Grass Cloth
Handkerchief, Dollies, Tea Cloths, Table
Covers, Ded epicujs and Pillow Shams.
E. W. JORDAN.
"Wo have just roceived a lino
of GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY and aro safe in saying
they aro tho finest over im
is much superior to silk in
appearance and thero is no
comparison whatovor in tbo
wear. "We havo thorn in
White and Colors
Officers and members of Exfolitlor
Lodge, No. 1, I. O. O V , nro rv(jiif"it
tvl to uHFciuhle at tliH luduu room on
Fort alrt-et nt 12 1 M. T )MORUOV,
to nttftid the funeral of their lute
brotUf-r, Samuel Savldife, 1 O. Hur
iiioii Lnu(.d 11 ii all Vioiliun iirttluuii
&Td cordially Invited. I'er Order.
Brown and Norman Brown, by
William C. King, their next
fnond, havo filed a motion for in
junction agaiiiBt Priscilla E. Has
singer, Henrietta E. Ross and
Annio H. Tnrton, heirs at law of
W. Jas. Smith, to restrain them
from proceeding with an eject
ment suit against Helon IS. Kiug,
William O. King and Norman
Brown until the final disposition
of another cause, in which it is
sought to deolaro and enforce a
trust respecting tho property in
volved. Complainants had a
causo ponding against W. Jas.
Smith, which had been argued
and submitted when ho died, aud
thoy filo a suggestion of his death
with a potitiou that tho respond
ents iu the injunction case bu sub .
stituted as defendants in place of
tbo deceased. Judge Cartor has
issuod an ordor to show causo
why au injunction should not
issued rotumnblo ou May -1.
John L. Knulukou, iu his an
swer to tho bill of Komilia and
Qoorgo Holt hor husband and
othors, for delivery of an escrow
and nu injunction, claimb that he
was not authorized to do what is
complained ho ought to havo
done, "as plaintiff well know,"
B, It, Kauo, guardian of K. H.
and lsaao J, Robinson, has tiled
IiIh annual account, Hhowlng ro
onljitri of $101 mid puyinunlH or
8171.70, leaving a buliiiicu duu him
A natural aperient water, bottled at
tbo TJJ Hunyadi Spring, Hungary,
stands today at tbo head in popularity
as an aperient water In the estimation
of the medical profession. The leading
hospitals In tho United States and
England prefer It to all other mineral
The Lancet, The British Medical
Journal, Tho Edinburgh Journal, The
Medical Press and Circular hII com
mend it with strong and forcible lan
guage to peoplo who are suffering from
Constipation, Biliousness, Fatty De
getierutlou, and in all cases where an
aporlont is needed.
At this season of tho year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist naturo to throw off the Impuri
ties in the system that lend to wreck
our health anil make life miserable.
APENTA WATER Is a truo spring
Agreeable to take.
Cheaper than mo-t waters.
PRICES: 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Housekeepers, Attention !
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE ARE OFFERING THIS. WEEK
In Bed Spreads
A Full Sized Bod Spread, hemmed, ready
for us9, at $1.25.
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
SST" These nro now fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
530 "Fort Street ; ; Honolulu."
Since We Must Eat to Live, Lei's Have the Jest.
Just Opejied "Up an
Invoice of . . .
ScHiLLEm's Best Tbs
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Gito thorn a trial. Money baok if you don't liko them. Also, jnst reooivodj
Choice Block Butter, Kits Crcamory Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacnn, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc,
212 King street, next to tho Arlington.
NINTH WEEK !
A.T .A. EEDTJOTION
7;5 Per Cent. Below
Former Price !
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