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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 15, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Hawaiian Soda Works.
Stars vs. Regiments at 3:30 this
Company A will elect a captain
Ool. G. V. Little and 0. 8 Brad
ford of Hilo are in the city.
A fine display of suiting and
skirting at Schmidt & Sons.
Amoricnn and Hawaiian silk
flags, all sizes, for bbIo at the I.
Company G will give a ball at
tbo drill shed on the 2Gth of this
The Government band will play
at Emma square this afternoon at
Officers of the Naniwa will
shortly givo a ball on board that
J. T. Moir, liond luua of the
Onomoa Sugar Company, is over
Paul Jarrett, manager of tbo
Parker stock ranch, is ovor from
Order your soda-water for Sun
day from the Hawaiian Soda
Works. Tel. 632.
The Mokolii's old crew have
had enough of jail and have con
cluded to return to work.
The afternoon's play in the ten
nis tournament commences at the
Pacific grounds at 4 o'clock.
John Hind, manager of the
Hawi Mill and Plantation Com
pany, came over on the Kinau.
The program of the Makeo Isl
and band concort tomorrow after
noon appears in another column.
Superintendent Rowoll says tho
Pali road contract will come be
fore an Executive Council meet
ing on Monday.
Kev. H. W. Pock of the Motho
diet church will discourse on the
topic "Heaven on Earth" tomor
Dr. H. B. Elliott, Captain H.
Henderson, Prof. A. Eoch and H.
T. Stoekel were among the pas
sengers by tho Einau today.
A two weeks' clearance sale will
begin Monday at Wall.NicholsOo.
Everything marked down,must be
sold to make room for new stock
soon to arrive.
Tho Government has as yot re
ceived no intimation of tho report
ed intention or Judge (Jartor to
resign from tho Jnrst Judgeship
of the 1 irst Circuit Court.
School teachers are being paid
by drafts on tho special deposit of
School tax in tho treasury. A set
of books to keep tho run of tho
fund is required at the Education
Harry Wilder will take his old
Elaco behind the bat today in tho
aseball match, Albert Cunha be
ing disablod by an injury to his
right foot. Babbett will play to
make up tho Star's nine.
The Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society holds its regular
monthly meeting at Mr. Frank
Gooko's at 7:30 this evoning. As
matters of importance will be
brought up, members are earn
estly requested to attend.
It'a one thing to take an order
for a portrait and quite another
fin H .t:-:i., w: Tj.oi
portraits havo always been known
f lo blvo OUWBIUCWOU uuu now IUUI
. they have reduced their prices so
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. See what they have before
you invest. -
Tim TTunaii Qnniol DliiV. nnan
their new quarters this evening
to their visiting friends with an
informal High Jinks, ovor which
Bobort S. Scrimgeour will preside.
A number of kind friends have
volunteered to assist in making
tho evoning pass morrily, and
among others are Professors
Dorgor and Yarudloy and Messrs.
Helms, Mackintosh, Harrison,
Hennessey, Thomas and White.
tea biking powder
cofle flavoring extracts
soda and iplce.
Try one after ariother and
get your money back if you
don't like them at your
Reward is offered for two small
The Kameliamoha club will play
and sing at the 0:30 service tomor
row at tho YiM. 0. A.
Order a case of soda water, hop (
aie, pineapple, koib, raspDorry,
oto. etc., from tho Hawaiian Soda
Works. Tel. 632.
The, finest of breakfast sausagos
aro to bo had at tho Central Moat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Members of the H. A. A. C. will
begin training on Monday o,t the
baseball ground for tho Victoria
Now suitings and pants patterns
are arriving by overy mail steam
er for L. B.Korr. Ho sells a single
yard at wholosalo prices.
Remington Bicycles A com
plete outfit of extras for this po
pular wheel is to bo had at the
Pacific Cycle Co., JFort street.
; Torchon ;(ind Valenciennes laces
aro still in great demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choice lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possiblo rates.,
Thoro was a row between mem
bers of the band at the Hawaiian
hotel las.evening during Profes
sor "Berger's temporary absence.
The arrests made this morning
wero ono Chinese for ohefa play
ing and anothor for deserting
contract servico at Malohu, Ha
wau. Sponges, slates and slatepenoils
are no longer allowed in tho pub
lic schools of Cambridge, Mass.
Paper); pens and pencils have been
Millions of men in India live,
marry and are apparently happy
upon an income which, even when
tho wife works, is rarely above 50
couts a week.
Teams of athletes from the U.
S. ships Philadelphia and Marion
will probably tako part in the
sports, if tho vessels are in port,
on tho Victoria Jubilee day.
Before giving your order for a
portrait, see what King BroB.
Lave to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can givo you tho
best value for your money or
President O. L. Wight of the
Wilder Steamship Company left
on the Belgio last night. He ex
poctr. to bo away a month or six
weeks and to place an order for a
new steamer in his, absence.
The semi-quarantine supposed
to be kept ou Pacific Mail wharf
during the time the Belgio was in
port was n perfect farce. It was
oven violated by ono of thoso in
strumental in causing it to be put
The Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co , buildors of the Ha
waii Bicycles, say that they are
not obliged to run down other
wheels in orclor to raako sales, as
the Hawaii is sold strictly on its
When you have a portrait en
larged see that you get your
money's worth. King Bros, have
reduced prices to $5.00, $6.50,
$7.50 and $10.00 for work that
they guarantee to bo firstolass.
They invite comparison.
There was only one case on the
police court calendar this morn
ing, that of ono Thael, arrested
for disturbing the peace and quiet
of tho night. Mr. Thael failed to
put in an appearance and his bail
of $10 was deolared forfeited.
At the Christian churoh tomor
row morning Rev. James M. Mon
roe will spoak on "The Irrepressi
ble Power of tho Truth." In the
evening his thomo will be "The
Sotting Up of tho Kingdom."
Tho ordiuanco of baptism will be
administered after tho ovening
Thoro was anothor mooting of
delegates of the Hawaiian Rowing
Association last evoning, tho
matter under discussion being
amendments to tho bylaws whioh
requiro ouch club to tako part in
rowing events at least once a year.
The amendments aro now ready
for submission to tho roBpeotive
A bioycle race with a panther
was tho exciting cxporienco of an
English lady in Singapore one
evening. When riding slowly
homeward along a road outside
tho town tho cyclist found that
sho was boing quietly stalked by
a lingo black pnnthor. Sho had
tho presence of mind to start off
at, full speed aud soon distanced
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and hcaltlifulnci s. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. HorAL IHkino Pow
der Co , New Yoiik.
Attention, Company A.
Aiimory CoiirANv A., N. G. II.,
Honolulu, May 15, 1897. J
Every Member of this Commune! is
hereby ordered to report at the Drill
Shed THIS (8turdny) EVENING,
May 15, at 7:30 o'clock, for
election of Captain.
Between Pnnchbowl and Beretania
streets and Hopper's Mill on Fort street,
two small plans, suitable reward paid for
their return to this office or Jas. Nott, Jr.
Makes Island Concert.
Professor Berger has arranged
)he following selections for the
band concort at Makeo Island to
morrow afternoon, commencing
at 3 o'clock:
The Old Hundred.
Overture-Tbo Thieving Magpie Rossini
Torchlight Procession Meyerbeer
Euphonium Solo iuuihluo and llala...
Grand Selection Marituna Wallace
Cornet Solo Qlen Island(nuw) Short
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Fantasia Golden Blonde (new)....Elleberg
Potpourl Popular Airs Conterno
Flnato Campcrdowa Clode
At Emma Hqaare.
Following are tho selections to
be played at Emma square this
afternoon by tho government
band, commoncing at 4:30:
Overture The Armourer Lortzlng
Gavotte Circus Fllege
Cornet Solo Specialty Uazcl
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Melodies of Northern Europe Kuhncr
Fantasia Angel's Dream Herman
Quadrllle-Ttie Times Coote
Death of Mm. Luce.
Mrs. Mary Elizuboth Luoe, wife
of V. S. Luco, died at her home
on Wyllio street yesterday, aftor
a lingering uud painful illness.
The funorul will t.tko plaoo ut 4.
o'clook from St. Andrew's cathe
dral. The following will actus
Messrs M. D. Monsamt, E. W.
Jordan, T. May, T. R. Wulker,
F. B. Aiiprbach, R. L. Auerbach,
J. S. Wiilkor. W. L. Stanley,
G. P. Wildor. J. M. Monsarrut.
Another case of diphtheria is
reported. It , is a child of Wm.
Wagoner, the well known builder.
Distressing to relate another
child in the same family is down
with lockjaw. A local doctor in
forms the Bulletin that he does
not believe there is any real
diphtheria in Honolulu. There
is a false diphtheria with symp
toms extremely hard to distinguish
from the real.
Syrups of any flavor, and plain
soda in siphons. Mako your own
drinks. Hawaiian Soda Works.
Dry and fancy goods are selling
at Zb per cent discount on tne
actual cost at tuo JLeinplo ot
Summer dress goods 50 por
cent cheaper at tho Templo of
Fashion than elsewhere. Com
pare prices with those quoted by
other firms; every pieoo marked in
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not bettor than anything olso
for boys' shirt waists. They wrash
and wear well, two very important
considerations. Kerr has thorn in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for one dollar.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
tbo TJJ Hunyadi Spring, Hungary,
stands today at the bead In popularity
as an aperient water In the estimation
of the medical profession. The leading
hospitals la the United States and
Eogland prefer it to all other mineral
The Lancet, The British Medical
Journal, The Edinburgh Journal, The
Medical Press and Circular all com
mend It with strong and forcible lan
guage to people who are suffering from
Constipation, Biliousness, Fatty De
generation,, and in all cases where an
aperient is needed.
At this season ot the year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw off the Impuri
ties in the system that tend to wreck
our health and make life miserable.
APENTA WATER is a true spring
Agreeable to take.
Cheaper thau moat waters.
PRICES : 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Full Line Linen Damask and
FROM $1.25 PER DOZEN TO.
Ladies' and Children's English Black Hose
(Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye) JfJ . '. ( . '
W&- These Goods are in the Plain, Ribbed, Balbriggan and .Lace'V'
Patterns and aro guaranteed first-class.
Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
Damask and Turkish Towels
Swiss Muslins, French Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair.
teed to bo tho very finest on tho market both in
prices are suro to suit you.
OODS. THAT AEE NEW
Fancv Art Tickings, '
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc'.
Organdie Muslins, Printed .Lawns,
in new designs and colorings.
GHace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, saraq effect as silk
and is very cheap. -- 'V
Brocaded A.lpaoa and Mohair. ' r " ,
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists, '
The very latest In
Kid Gloves and Ladies Bolts-
....A Hample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILIJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Fort Street : : Honolulu.
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just. Opened Up' an
Invoice of . . . r
SctyiLLiiiq's Besj Tis
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Give them a trial. Money back It you doa't like the lb. Also, jast received
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc
are nowlv imported from Europe and 'are cuaran- '.".
TOT. a-0FLlD,3XryJS f
street, next to the Arlingto:
finish and quality. The s v ,
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