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EVENING BULLETIN, MAT 1, 1807.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bnsfibnll rit 3:30.
Prof. Yurndloy has a oard elao
whuro. Many vory desirablo housos aro
to lot by J. Alfred Magoon.
Mrs. Wilcox, wifo oE the Dis
trict Mngistrato, is seriously
A case o diphtliorin is roportod
from Moiliili, tho patient being a
To judge by tho falling off at
praciisu the cricket enthusiasm is
dying out again.
Superintendent K. W. Meyor
of tho Lopor Suttlotnont is in tho
city with his wifo.
Company D will hold their next
high jinks on Thursday evening,
after the battalion drill.
Masquerade ball for tho benefit
of ilood sutforers in tho Azores at
Lubituua hall this oveniug.
Goorgo H. Harris Jr. has been
elected auditor and 0. A. Brown
trustee of the Myrtle Boat Olub.
"Business Methods" will be tho
subject of a talk to tho Y. M. 0.
A. classes by P, 0. Jonos shortly.
Tho inhabitants oE tho United
United States consume more than
half the quiuiuo produced in tho
Wray Taylor and Wm. Lore
are expected to take part in the
music at tho opening of tho new
Hilo church on Juno G.
Thore will bo a spocial meeting
of Lodge Lo Progres de 1'
Oceanie, No. 124, at 7:30 this
oveniug, work in tho third degree.
No business of public interest
wa transacted in the police court
this morning, most of tho cases on
tho calendar going over to next
Tho band will not play at Era
ma square this afternoon. It will
play for the Missionary Gleaners'
lawn party at AY. It. Castle's resi
dence. Tho Japancso beetle has made
its appearance in larpje numbers
in the vicinity of Eapiolani park,
and is devouring everything with
The regular monthly meeting
of tho Y. M. 0. A. will bo held
ATnrwlntT avnntiin nf 7-5(1 n'stlnntr
'The board meeting will bo held
at 7 o clook.
Tho usual gospel meeting will
be held in tho Y. M. 0. A. hall
Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock.
An interesting meeting is assured.
Everyone is invitod to be present.
At tho Christian Church tho
subject of tho morning discourso
will be "The Transforming Power
1 of Christianity." Evening thpmo:
"Tho Descent of tho Holy Spirit."
Tho ball game today is between
the First Regiment and St. Louis
team. Mudh curiosity is mani
fested as to tho kind of a game tho
lattor team will put up and pros
pects for a largo attondanco aro
Kcalia storo on Kauai has again
beon burglarized. The burglar or
burglars carried off goods to the
value of $100. Entrance was made
through a window. A reward of
$100 has been offered for the ap
prehension of the roobers. This
is tho spcond robbery of that store
inside of a week or ton days.
Judge Wilcox notiGed the Pre
sident yesterday that he could not
accept the position of firat Dis
trict Magistrate, owing to the ill
ness of his wife. It has boon ar
ranged that Judge do la Verguo
will hold over for another mouth,
at the expiration of which Judge
Wilcox will give his finul de
cision. Mudara Yule, who lately ar
rived from the Coast, is located at
tho Englo House, Nuiiauu street,
whero she is prepared to per
miuiently remove moles, wurts and
superfluous hair, by electricity.
Sho has also for sale an exuolleut
face bleach, warranted not to in
jure the skin. Madam Yulo makes
a specialty of electric treatment.
Cooks like Schill
It ttkln( powder
enffn flavoring citractl
oda an4 apicca.
Helps them keep
Frank Lincoln tonight. j
llugistrntion high water mark at ,
noon was i-io voters.
Botting on this aftoruoon's ball
game is at even money.
Lawn party this afternoon.
Baby show begins at i o.clock.
There was only ononrrest this
morning, that of a Ohinaman for
peddling chefa tickets.
Messrs. Mcjuerny, executors of
tha will of tho latq M. Mclnomy,
havo a notico in ths paper.
Several ladies about town aro
nursing contusions and boip arms
and shins caused by falls from
In correcting proof the name of
Mr. Ohapiu was omitted, as
teachor of tho Y. M. 0. A. book
Minister Damon and Major Cur
tis laukowero about this morn
ing making farowell calls on the
mombors of tho diplomatic corps.
Tho only two civilized countries
in tho world in which a white man
is not permitted to acquire civil
rights or own property are Liberia
A "religious sect in tho Bengal
Presidency worships Queen Vic
toria as thoir chief divinity . She
is also an objoct of worship in ouo
oE tho temples oE libet.
George Lucas will bo misseda as
umpire this afternoon, he having
generously relieved J.A.Thompson
in court, to allow tho captain of
the StLouis nino to play bill.
Tho Hilo Tribuno hears it
quietly announced that A. G. S.
Hawes, British Commissioner,
will select the date of tho Victori
an celebration for his marriage
A. V. Gear, agent of tho Gor
mania Life Iusuranco Company,
has been distributing some noat
little vest pocket memorandum
books among tho novvapaper men
The bark 0 D Bryant sails this
afternoon for Layson Island. Sho
takes 30 Japaueso laborers, a
couple of white men, and a lot of
provisions, coal, firewood, etc. Tho
Japs aro going to tho island to dig
guano and help load tho bark.
In the accident in which Judge
Wilcox was thrown out of a hack
yesterday, he states that the Japa
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ne8 driver wn8 not ,0. blnme.
cause was a woman who could not
proporly control her wheel and
who narrowly escaped being run
over. Mr. Wilcox escaped with a fow
scratches on hiB arm anuria very
well satisfied that it was no worse.
Mm, Henry Vtrliotie Dead.
Tho announcement of tho death
of Mrs. Henry Watorhouso has
shocked ,tho community by its
suddenness. Sho died at 1:15
this afternoon at Pearl City of
Unccrtttlutlet uimI ii Certiilnly.
Tho attention of tho public is
now fully occupied and diverted
in tho consideration and tliscuj
sion of soveral important current
and prospectivo happonings. An
nexation, as yot unBecure, Re
ciprocity threatened; the coming
of the Naniwa, and her missiou
after arrival; the odtcome of the
war between Greece and Turkey
and, whether or no, all Europe
will ovontually becomo involved;
tho settlement of the quarantine
squabble are all themes of much
conjecture and uncertainfy, and
while opiuions aro trolly offered,
none can accurately foretell the
outcome of any of these matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming moro
apparout, as each day passes, that
UutTiilo and Hoffbrau aro tho
favorite brows, and it is gratify
ing that assuranco is given that
regular shipmpnta of these wholo
sorao and strengthening bever
ages can bo depeuded upon, and
that thay will, as heretofore, bo
dispensed at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that (he interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
Will In future have an Office
at 312 RlcuarJs street. Telephone 340
Mondays aud Thurndays, 8 to 10 am
at hII tl nits.
he ruauhul hy Telephono
Cclcbrntttl (or It Kirat Iviivunlnir troncth
ami huillbfuliieifi, Arturcs tliu food unalint
ftlum and all forms of ad iltrratlon common
lu the iluop Vnmls. Hoiai. lHKlho l'ow
drii Co , New Yohk.
Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Portable Steam, Firewood
Antip Bronzes, Brake, Efe
On TUESDAY, May 4,
AT 10 O'CLOOK A. M
At the Residence, Young street near
Thomas Siiu ire, Just puat Dr. UyiluN.
I will tell by Public Auction, by order
or j m. Bailey, owlug to departure or
Mr Raliey audchlMrrn for Auckland,
N. Z , I he whole of Ida Furniture, etc.,
In Hungarian Antique Floured Oak
Cite, exceptionally ImmUorae and
2 OAK BEDROOM SUITES,
1 Dining room unite, Including t 10ft.
Polished Ink Iix'oui-lon Vtihl, latest
elylr, 1 Combination Oak Bookcase
I LARGE OAK BOOKCASE,
Single and Bedsteads, Uewel Range
with Witter rank, Kitchen Uicuslig,
Filter, Pluno L'Uip, brake, Tablet',
Cnalis, etc., etc. Also,
consisting of 6 Antique Bronze and
Koa Picture Frames, without Piot-urt-s,
very mn!ve and beautiful,
hand carvid, 1 Brouze fable, 1 Pair
Hrui..o Vast-, IB tuoli 8 lilgli, 2 Plrn
rfma'ler, 1 Bronze F aiue Circular
Mirror and Htraok, 1 Pair Wall Cup
board with Brouzu Doors. These arti
cle were lornieily I Ih property ol His
late Mxjeity ICIng Kalakaiia, genuine
relics of the Hawaiian Kings. Also,
1 Portable Steam Firewood Sawing
4 horse-power; one horse, can move
from plaCo to place; newuud ready fur
Tho Furniture and efTects here offer
ed to tne Putolii, are new aud gooil
and give parties lurulohing a lino
oliance to kecure tl'ie Furulture Ami
to collectors of the tare and beautiful
the Bionzes (dlVr the one opportunity
to ftcure itleiueutos ot thu Past iu Ha
waii. t& On View
day, May 3.
lo tho Public Mon-
JAS. P. MORGAN,
508 3t Auctioneer.
Notice to Creditors.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed executors oi cue wiiioi m. mo-
luerny, deceased, notice Is Hereby
to en to all oietiuor w tneoeueattu to
present their claims, whether f-ured
by mortgage or otnerwise, uuiy au
thenticated, aud with the proper
voucher, If any exist, to tiie under
signed, wfthlu six months from the
late hereof, or they shall be forever
barred. And all peoni Itnlented to
i he salt! defeased ate reipie-t d to
umhii luiiuedlite payment to tile un
ci, rsuned, at their idlloe, eornerof Fott
and Merchant street, U il'ilulu.
Honolulu, Auril 20. 187
E A MclNERNY,
J D MulNKK.NY.
W. II M.-'liltNY, ,
Executors of the Will ol M. M. I e nv,
Lodgo Le Progrtf de l'Oceinie, No. 124,
A. & A. S. Rite,
Therfl -will hu a HpHjInl Meetlnirof
LoiIkm j I'lOKIf" lie rO-fHllle. No.
124, A & A. ri. Kile, at iht-lr Hall,
p.ri trnt, ner Hotel, THlrt (ritim
U) EVKN1NU, May 1, at 7J0
Wohk in Third DEam-in.
Merabera of HtwalUu aud I'-jcIHo
l.mlfH uii'l all roj-tiicfilut; hrethiou
re 'raiernally Invito 1 10 at end, v.
By ordurol the W. M
KD. a. WILLIAM",
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
A natural nperlonj. water, hot tied nt
tho UJ Hunyadl Spring, Hungary,
standa lo lay at the head In popularity
us an aperknl witer In llieeptlnialinn
of the uiedloul piofefhlou. Theleailiug
hn.pknN In the Uolted Hlate- and
Knuland prefer It to all other mineral
Tho Itncet, Tho British Medical
Journal, Tne K lluliurgh J urual, The
Medlcul Pres und Cirililar ll cotn
ineiid it with stroiiK and forclltle lan
guage to people who are ruIV-Muk from
Coustlputinu, Biliouiuiees, Fatty De
generation, aud lu all cases where an
aperient la needed. ,
At this season of the year a mild
aperient taken before breahfact, will
assist nature to throw off the Impuri
ties in thoeyste'tn that tend to wreck
our h-a'th ami make life miserable.
p A PEN'TA WATER Is a true spring
Agreeable to take.
Chenper than mo-t waters.
PRICES: 15 aud 25 oenta per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE ARE OFFERING- ,THIS WEEK
In Bed Spreads'
A Full Sized Bed Spread, hemmed, ready
for use, at $1.25. v
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
Jt& Thoso nro now fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
5QO F"ort Shreflt
Since We Must E.il lo Live, Let's Havj tlie "Bist,
Just Opened TJp an
Invoice of . . .
i CONSI8TINQ OK .
Japan Flavor, English. Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Giro thorn a trial. Money biok It you don't like thorn. Also, just reooived
Choice Block Buttor, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bac m, Hams. Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Ciioico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.'
Ladies' Underwear, s
Arc A. REDUCTION
75 Per Cent. Below
Former Price I
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212 King streot, next to tho Arlington.
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