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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 3. 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Friend for May is issued.
Tho Kaah again talks on nock
Colonel Scaldinc lias returned
from a trip to Kauai.
Tho band will play at Emma
squaro this evening at 7:30.
Minister King was able to take
an outdoor airing this morning.
N. S. Sachs calls attention to a
variety of now goods iu his chango
J. T. "Waterhouso grocery storo
is in receipt of many delicacies for
Yestorday at the Christian
church six persons mado tho good
A special meeting of tho Ilea
luui Yacht and lloatCJub is called
for Friday ovening.
Tho Anglican Chrouiclo is out
on titno as usual and full of in
Preserved fruits, in a stato fit
to be eaten, have been taken from
the ruins of Uerculuueum.
Spnators. Rico and Baldwin and
A. Droior camo over from Kauai
on tho "W. G. Hall yesterday.
Tho Government has advices
making tho Japaueso cruiser Na
niwa 14 days out for Honolulu.
Ton drunks woro fined in tho
polico court today. Tung Hoe
was fined $1 for furious driving.
The steamship Ohinasails for
San Fruucisco at 10 a. m. tomor
row. Mail closes ono hour sooner.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association takoB place this oven
ing. Tho Exooutivo Committoo of
tho Queen Victoria Celebration
will meet at the hotel this oven
ing at 7:30.
C. A. Sprackols and L. L. Mc
Candless woro among tho pas
sengers on the Cluudiuo yester
day from Maui.
Frank Lincoln, tho American
humorist, will mako his last ap
pearance hole, on tho presout
tour, tomorrow evening.
Ex-Chief of Polico Crowley of
San Francisco has boon appointed
ono of tho directors of tho Hiber
nia Bank, a position worth 2500
Tho 32G intending emigrants to
Hawaii iu tho steamer HakuBan,
the sailing of which was stopped
by tho trouble at Honolulu, all
found employment in Tokio and
A. M. Howott is canvassing for
subscriptions to tho Victoria Dia
mond Jubiloo colebratiou. Thoso
whom Mr. Ilewott does not see,
may loavo their contributions at
Luco's auction room.
Tho Hawaiian Cycle & Mauu
faturing Co., opposite Lowers &
Cooke's, on Fort street, have a
surprising assortment of Bioyclo
Sundries. It is interesting to go
in and sco them, eveu though you
do not want to buy. '
Tho Eov. J. H. Barrows will
speak in Central Union church to
night at 7:30 upon tho thomo,
"The Universal Man and Saviour."
Dr. Barrows has just completed a
course of lectures iu India, and
Honolulu has the great good for
tune to'hcur him tonight.
Woman's Board meeting on
Tuesday aftornoon at 2:30 in Cen
tral Union Church. It will be a
praise and thank offering service
Tho gifts to be placed in envelopes
and vorses of scripture written on
tho outside. Miss Fernandez will
speak of tho work among tho
CustomB officials are collecting
duties on many articles heretofore
passed freo, while on others
heavier duties are collected.
Vinegar and California houoy
now have to pay duty, as they aro
not montioued in tho treaty.
Flavoring oxtiacts, whioh former
ly paid ouly 10 per cont, now pay
about 81.10 for tho small sizo on
account of tho alcohol in them.
Good food at fair ..prices
Is within the reach of every
hat hi z powder
A good prico will bo paid for a '
copy of tho BuiJiUTlN, coiuploto in ;
us mun six pages, or April i,
Sang Chang was givon fivo
tpnatra in -inil liv .Tllrlnn rla In
Vorgno this morning for opium J
J. F. Morgan will hold an und
erwriter's salo of tho cargo of tho
condoranod 'bark Bosalio at 10
Ono schoolmistress reported to
tho Hoard of Health this morning
that six children iu her class were
suffering with soro throats.
Tho general committee on tho
Fourth of July call a meeting for
tomorrow ovoniug nt tho Drill
Shed, to receive their report and
appoint their successors.
Tho closing out salo at tho
Templo of Fashion still continues
to be a success, tho reduction of
25 por cent on tho actual cost
bringing many peoplo to tho store
who buy goods that they cannot
use for soino months to como,
"but," as ono lady roinarkod,"thoy
aro so cheap that I cau afford to
keep thom till next yoar." Thoso
elegant shirt waists aro fast dis
appearing, an olegant silk tio bo
ing given to each purchasor.
E. W, Jordan is making a
specialty this week of stamped
goods Buch as buroau scarfs, tea
cloths, cushion covors, aprons,
tidios and doilies. Theso goods
aro marked 75 per cont below tho
former cost. Pompons that form
erly sold nt $1.50 a dozen aro now
marked !2oo. , and ombroidory
Bilk Unit did sell at 81.50 a dozen
is now offered at 25c. Also, 500
dozen ohonillcs aro offorcd at 25.
4th. OF JULY
In accordance with tho resolu
tion of tho Gouoral Committoo of
1896 7, all thoso interested iu the
celebration on July Fourth of the
third anniversary of tho llopublic
of Hawaii, are invited to bo pres
ent at the
Oa TUESDAY, May 4,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
To hear tho reports of said Gen
eral Committee, and appoint a new
Committee to tako Bteps for tho
proper obsorvanco of tho day.
Tho General Committee to mako
report ut that titno, is as follows:
Andrew Brown, J. A. McCandless,
W. 0. Wilder, Jr., J. H. Fisher,
Goo. F. RlcLeod, Paul Smith, T.
B. Murray, L. T. Kenako, Oha,s.
Crane, D. Crozier, F. J. Lowroy,
D. L. Nnono, John M. Kea, Win.
Jarrett, W.J. Coolho, C.B.Eiploy,
A. B. Wood, Arthur Coyne, J. M.
Camara, Jr., F. B. McStockor,
Geo. 0. Beckley, J. A. Kennedy,
W. Ik Sims, W. G. Ashley, John
Emmeluth, J. S. Martin, W. H.
Hoogs, John Ena, O. P. Iaukea,
S. Ka-ne, O. L. Crabbe, Arthur
&L Brown. By Order,
J. W. JONES,
Chairman Gen'l Com.
Secretary Gen'l Com.
A Special Meeting of the II Y. fc I).
CIuli will b held ut. Hie Ulub Hotixe,
on FRIDAY EVENING, ut 7:30
p. M , May 7, 1S'j7, (or ttiu purpose of
ejecting a Secretary uiul the tran
saction of oilier speehil Itilf Itit-aa.
Every member la earnestly requested
to lie present. O. B. GRAY,
G00 5t Acting Secretary.
Building Bqd Loan Jociafcion
Tho Bogular Monthly Meeting
will bo hold at tho Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, May 3, 1897, ut 7:30
K-C" Payments aro required iu
A. V. GEAR,
Celebrated for Ita Rrent leavening strcrmth
and liuiltlifulnun. AMiircs tliu food nunliist
Mum nuil nit forms of adulteration common
to tho clienp brand. HoVAI. Dakimi l'ow
iieh Co , New Ydiik.
Auction Sales hy Jus. F. Hortjnn.
AUCTION SALE OF
Portable Steam Firewood
Antique Brouzcs, Brake, Etc.
TOMORROW, May 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the Resilience, Young street near
Thomas Bnunre, just past Dr. Hyde's.
I will hell by i'ubllo Auction, by order
of J. H. Bailey, owing to departure of
Mrn. Bailey and children for Mlultlaml,
N. 55., the wholoof his Furniture, etc.,
In Hungarian Antique Fliiured Oak
Cane, exceptionally haiuleome and
2 OAK BEDROOM SUITES,
1 Dining room suite, Including 1 10ft.
Polished Ouk Extension Table, liitest
style, 1 Combination Oak Bookcase
I LARGE OAK BOOKCASE,
Single aud Uedrtleads, 1 Jewel HiiUKe
with Water Tank, Kltcheu Utouslis,
Filter, Piano Laaip, Brake, Tubles,
Chairs, etc., etc. Also,
consisting of G Antique Bronze and
Koa I'icture frames, wituout l'ict
urps, very massive anil beautiful,
hand carved, 1 Bronze Table, I Pulr
Bronze Vases, 18 inches high, 2 Pairs
Smaller, 1 Brouzo Frame Circular
Mirror and Hntraok, 1 Pair Wall Cup
board with Brouzo Doors. These arti
cles were formally the property of His
lute Mnje4ty King Kalaknim, genuine
relics of the Hawullau Kings. Also,
1 Portable Stoam Tirowood 'Sawing
1 horse-power; ono horso can move
from pluco to place; nowand ready for
Cedar Wardrobe. New Process Gaso
line Btove, 1 New Cook Slovo.
The Furniture amlolIVctn here ofler
cd to the Public, are uew and good
and give piirtiex furnishing a fluo
chance to vecuro line Furniture And
to collectors of the rare aud beautiful
the Bronzed oiler the one opportunity
to xecure mementos of the Past in Ha
gjmf On View to the Publlo Mon
day, May 3.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been ap-
Folnted executors of the will of M. Mo
ueruy, deceased, notice is hereby giv
en to all creditors of tho deceased to
present their olalniB, whether eenured
by mortgage or otherwise, duly au
thenticated, and with tUe proner
vouohers, If any exist, to the under
signed, within six months from tho
date hereof, or they shall bo forever
barred. Aud all persons Indebted to
tho said deceased ate requested to
make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned, al their "lllce, comer of Fort
and Merchatit streets, H inolulu.
Honolulu, April 20, 1807.
K. A. MclNKRNY,
J D McINKKNY,
W. H. MuINKHNY,
Executorsof the Will of M. Moluorny,
Will iu future have -an OnlC3
at 312 Richards street. Telephone 310.
Mondays and Thursdays, 8 to 10 A. jr.,
fjr Cau be reached by Telephouo
at hII times.
5Q9-3t PROF. YARNDLEY.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
tho UJ Hunyadl Spring, Hungary,
stands today at the head In popularity
as an aperient water In the estimation
of the medical profession. The leading
liospltuls In tho United States and
England prefer it to all other mineral
Tho Lancet, Tho British Medical
Journal, Tho Edinburgh Journal, The
Medical Press and Circular all com
mend it with stroiiK aud forcible lan
guage to peoplo who are suffering from
Constipation, Biliousness, Fatty Do
generation, and lu all cases where an
aperient is needed.
At this season of tho year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw on" tho Impuri
ties lu tho system that lend to wreck
our health and make life miserable.
APENTA WATER is a truo spring
Agreeable to tako.
Cheaper than mot waters.
PRICE3 : 16 and 25 cents por bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
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G00DSN THAT AEE IEW
Fancy .A.rt Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, 3?rintod Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
G-laco Tu nings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded .AJpncn and Mohair.
, A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swoll Shirt "Waists,
The yery lutest In
Kid Grloves and Ladies Bolts-
....A F.imple Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST JSTOVJLTiaS 12ST VEILIJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
5QO "Port Sfcroofc
Since We Must Eat to live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened "Up an
Invoice of . . .
8slIILLflJq,lS BiSf TliS
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Givo thom a triat. Monoy bick if yin dau't like tham. Also, jast rooolvod
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidolity Brand Bncoii,,Untus, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
A.T A. REDUCTION
Per Cent. Below
i consisting: of
212 King street, next to tho Arlington.
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