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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 5, 1895.
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LOCAL AND OENKKA1. HRW8
Tho football tratno between the
The sloanior Glaudine will take
eight hundrod bags of guano for
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riU.UB.pU.... l U IUO iiuuw.u.u- ft,-tiljzer f-om th K jhj FortiHz-
takes place a week from Saturday, j inR Work aml wg tr-nsferlllto
The bieshipKonilwork took near-; ho Btoauier from tho O. R. & L.
It four thousand tons of sugar for Co.'s wharf in a scow.
tho Western Sugar Hennery, -Sow
If you want to bur a roallr .rood
clock or watch nt Coast prices in-j
meeting of tho spect tho stock of Brown x Kuber,
Hawaiian Auuoxatiou Loaguo to-1 at No.-l. Maonic Totnplo; thoro you
morrow uvuuiug at tlie American win imu inoiargo&i variety in xio-
Tnero will uo a
Theo. H. Davios & Co. invito tho
public to a trial of finest Coylon
tea?, which thuy will sell in pound
packages or more.
Tho soutouce of twouly-fivo na
tives announced yesterday has boon
suspended. They wero guards at
Tho Young llawaiiaus' Instituto
will meet on Thursday evening.
Thoro will bo no rehearsal of tho
orchestra this evening.
Messrs. Whito & Rit man's business
in connection with tho National Iron
Works will bo tranxacted iu their ab
sence by James (J. White, Jr.
Camarinos pineapplo and poultry
rauch at Kalihi will be sold at auc
tion by James F. Morgan, at his
salesroom, to-morrow atuoon.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per uight; II and $1.25 por
Thoro will bo a meeting of the
board of management of tho Ilea
lani Boat Club at the Chamber of
Commerce rooms at 7:150 o'clock this
At tho auction room of L. J.
Levey, at 10 o'clock to-morrow, will
be sold under distraint for retit tho
stock of W. S. Lure, wine and spirit
Jamos f. Morgan will soil furni
ture at tho rosidenco of Hon. C. R.
Bishop, Emma streot, next Tuesday
at 10 a. m. Premises will bo open
for inspection the previous day.
Mr. Super, of Michigan, U. S. A.,
was engaged to-day at tho Pacific
Mail wharf taking snap shots at the
S. S. Miowera and Iter passengers
as the steamer was moving away.
A notico from tho Marshal iuvites
all persona who deposited arms and I
nmtmmitiriti at tho Police Station. '
in response to an order, to call anil
receive them between 2 and -1 p. m.
While the schooner Oceauin Vanco
was getting ready to go to sa to
day tho bow line snapped and the
vessel swung arouud. Luckily the
stern line was still fast, so she didn't
Tho government baud will give a
moonlight concert at Thomas Square
this evening, the first given at that
place for soino time. The concert at
Emma Square yesterday evening was
This evening the monthly meeting
of tho Honolulu Tencheis Associa
tion will bo held iu Y. M. C. A. hall.
Rev. A. N. Chase, Prof. A. B. Lyons
and Mr. Hutchiu.on tho sculptor will
Miss M. A. Carroll, for sovoral
years a nurse at the Queen's Hospi
tal, left on tho S. S. Miowera to-day
for British Columbia. She will b
greatly missed at the institution by
the staff, patients and visitors.
Both the King and Richards
streets gates to tho Executive buihl
iutr grounds are thrown wide open
to tho public to-day, for the first i
time Biuce they wero slammod tight ,
against tho Nowlein eohorts.
UuitodCarriago Company'n stand, I
besides having superior hacks al-1
ways ready at tho call of "200," fur-1
nishes lino livery outfit at the short-.
est notico good horses and nice car-'
riages, from buggy to wagonette. j
A native woman named Kamauu I
sporting a black ejo and a discolor-,
ed nock caused the arrest of Alick
Craig last night. She claims that
Craig assaulted hor. Craig was
charged with assault and baltory.
Q. R. Horrison, practical piano
and organ maker ana tuuer, can fur-I
uish best factory references. Orders ,
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-
ceive prompt attention. All work i
guaranteed to lx tho same m done i
in factory. I
Goro Narita. Secretary of tho
Japanese Legation, has favored the i
Bulletin with a look at some photo
graphs of war sconos in the prosont
oriontal trouble Thoy comprise somo .
notable scenery besides viows of bat-1
ties, camps, etc.
Chris. J. Willis, who played first
baseman for tho Hawaii baseball
nine, and who is also iu the frout
rauks of tho Honolulu Amateur
Athletic Club, loft nn the C. A. S.
S Miowera to-day to fill a position I
in a business nouso in vioionn.
Chris, oxpects to pay a visit to tho
boys at Christmas.
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks ,
aud watchos sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
T. B. Murray, president of tho
Americau League, was presented, at
a mooting of that body last night,
with a diamond badge, his own port
rail, and a silver tea sot, the last gift
being for Mrs. Murray. Senator J.
N. Wright mado tho presentation iu
a mellifluous speech. Marshal
Hitchcock was mado an honorary
i member, aud being presont dolivor
, ed a short speech.
Thoro seems to be an impression
iu town that Lwis J. Lovoy is not
I carrying on business sinco his return '
I to town. Tho auction busiuers of j
i tho abovo-uamod gentleman is going
! on tho same as over, and ho is pro-;
pared for any and all business that I
may como along. Ho held a very
successful sale ol uour yestoruay
oral merchandise, etc.
New Goods! -:- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
jcm G JcrdL
520 -Tort St, - - -E-.or.ol-u.l-u..
I .AT EST NOVELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades of Tnn In all sizes.
Just tho thing for riding or for short people. We have them In all sites.
New Ilfiud Bugs,
Now Jot Trimming.),
Now Silk Trimmings.
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anil iMiuanu ntwu, .ougim. bjw. ,.! i.n -ii. lj,,or. ton.
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By Jan. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
PioMippte (6 Poultry Ikcli
LEAP. When you
..hopping, consider: tlrnk
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
-A.T MY SALBSROOI-
I WILL SELL AT rUDLIC AUCTION l
lly order of Mr l. 0. Cnmarli.os,
The Lease of the MM Pine-!
app'e and Po nitty tab. j
The Property consists ol 0 Acres, leased
for 5 yearn ut an annual rental of $30 .
t.or ncro. I
There nrn over .0.000 of tho
tlrs nf i'liieantil Hants, now ETOwlnir.
one-half of which will have matured fruit
In 4 or 5 months, and tho balance will fruit j
Inside of the jesr. Tuo fruit easily aver
ages 20c. each. There Is quite a large lot of
Turkeys, Chickens and Geese
Val ued no w at f roin $000 to 750.
There Is also a Flue Well with Windmill, '
Etc. Also Houses, Hanoi, loon, l.tc.
gm- For further particulars, apply to
Jas 3T. -forgan,
tho money in vour Docket, and
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. G, . take account of tho many
stores whoso various attrac
tions arc laid before you.
Thero in X, with tempta
tions in the form of a pretty
show ; there is Y, whose wiles
arc innumerable ; and Z, who
says he is the man for your
money. PLEASE PAUEl
And remember your pocket
Best Vario- B Concerned.
STOP AND THINK!
"Would it not be well to go
where for forJy years
HONEST GOODS and
HONEST PRICtflS go hand
in hand. Beauty and dura
bility, instead of mere show
and display, from the virtue
of goods handled by us.
To sell at a Small Profit in
Honse-old -:- FurnitareirimfC'Totr:
to carry tho best and newest
'goods tho markets of the
world attord is our constant
Among tho many now
things found on our counters
th's week, wo wish to call
your especial attention to what
i generally known asTABLE
FKLT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though )t is
continually used for fancy
work. "We have an extra fine
lino of this cloth in all colors.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft us velvet,
On TUESDAY, March 12,
A.T 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the llosidence of HON. C. It. I11SII0I',
Emuin street, T will sell at Pub
Tho : Entho : Household : Furnituro,
Comprising In part
1 DfCfor Bros, Grand Piano,
A FIno Instrument;
Mahogany Chairs and Tubles,
French Walnut OSlce Table,
Heavy PLATE GLASS DRESSING MIRRORS
With Marble Mantels;
Ebony Parlor Suite,
Upholstered in Brocaded Silk;
Inlaid Center and SIdo Tables,
1 Koa State Bedstead,
Mahogany and Koa Wardrobes,
1 JJ. V. IIrror Front Wardrobe,
U. W. Pillar Extension Table,
French Walnut Sideboard
Ilnreaus, 11. W. S'dcboard,
Koa Tables, Elo , Etc., Etc.
IA- l'romlsos open for Inspection on
Monday, March 11th, from 0 a. m. to 3 r m.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
ig JSTHTW LAOES
"Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world is to
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berries, from
which Hires' Root Beer is curefully made, have
been tho main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
N fc3s? Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado only
by tho Charles E. IIirks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I .oo your Hoot Beer took tho prizo nt tlio World'n Ftiir.
Wo nro glml of it. It certainly deservea it, aa it is tlio hc.t
drink wo tiuvo over used. Maiuiakkt S. Houhton, fi Linden St.,
Koclicster, N. Y., U. S. A."
"I liavo Used a urcut many Lotties of your Root Beer tho
l.ut tivo year., nnd luivo given 11 tuimnlo of it to it great many
people. A. W. Si-iiiskle, . 7th St., Oharlotto, N. O., U. S. A."
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. Wo have it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
Houuox Duuo Company "Wholesale
Beksok, Smith & Company.
just tho thing Hollisteu Drug Company, Ltd. . . .
B. P. EIILERS & CO.
HONOLULU CRICKET 0LUB.
IN THE CUICUIT COURT OF THE
I First Circuit, Hawaiian Islunds. In
the matter of tho Estatu of 11, Eroimann,
of Honolulu, Otilm, a llaukrupt. Creditors
of tho said bankrupt aro hereby notllled to
como In and prove their debts before tho
Circuit Court of tho First Circuit Iu tho
Courtroom of said Court, In Honolulu,
Oahu, on FRIDAY, the Bth duy of March,
1M)3, b twern tho hours ot 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon ami noon of tho said daj , iiud
elect an Assignee or Assignees of tho nid
Uy the Court,
OHAUIjES F. PETERSON,
HE ADJOnRNKD ANNUAL MBKT-
ton Hotel, Klnu
ln of thu Honolulu Ciiii-kkt Ci.uh
will be held at tl.H Arlliu
buhl at tl.H
street, on THURSDAY 1'
i ... . .!..!.. ..I. f If L'lTiUT
ANNUAL MKETINO OF THK .
Of tl.O INTbll .HUM) I
Btkam Navuutiom Co., lld.j, will bo I
hld at the umicu or tim Lompany, on
11IKSDAY, March 111. IS'.'i, nt lUo'clocK
a. M. W. II. MeLlIAN,
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE GO., LTD.
FORT STREET, I10XOLULU.
j tigr Are now making Frames for War Photographs
;at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
FRESH GOODS IN
! Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes, llrusl.es, Carriage Whips,
, OarToolirLe-mm. -vena,rru.s
FOR PRESERVING WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
- ACJENTB FOR THE OEI.EIIRATED -
! -v .. c tt "cr :m: oils,
Tho Rest Lubricants Known to Commerce.
DHl'llIHUTINO WAREHOUSES In Eimland, Franco, I aly, Uerruany. bcot-
land, Wrtlos. Iruhind, ICuba, China, Japan, Java.Ilndia ami tlio principal citins ot
the United bUles.l