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LOCAL AND OEWKHAi MEWS.
Chief Justice Judd has returned
from a trip to the other side of this
island. i
Additions havo been made to the
Jist of animals to be sold by tho
"poundmaster on March 23.
Tho S. S. Mariposa will bo duo on
Thursday and tho S. S. Australia on
Monday next from San Francisco.
A lady's diamond ring was found
yostorday. Tho owner can haro tho
samo by calling at tho Police Station.
Thrco deserters from tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia were caught this morn-'
ing. A reward of $10 for each man
had been offered.
Jos. Marsden, Commissioner of
Agriculture, hIiom a flue Irish po-,
tato iu his offico which was grown
back of Punchbowl. '
Jacobson & PfoifTer, jewelers, havo
tho finest stock of spring goods on
the market, and mako up jowelry to
ordor on short notice. (
Tho S. S. kaliului, Mituholl Lysou
master, will leave for San FraueiBCO '
at 10 o clock to-morrow morning. A
mail will closo nt 0 o'clock. ,
Williams llros. offer a clincher in
prices, such as bedroom sots at 525
upward. They havo tho head- (
quarters for biby carriages. I
E. Burleigh is tho ouly pasongor (
bookod at tho office of II. Hackfold i
& Co. to leave by the S. S. Kaliului
for San Francisco to-morrow.
A nativo rode past tho Bulletin
office on Saturday, carrying a young
shovel-nosed shark on his saddle. '
Ho had bought it at tho iishmarkot. '
Wilder & Co. aro ahead in wall i
papor, designs of 1893. They havo
the largest invoice and greatest '
variety, besides which they aro soll
iug at reduced prices'. ,
J. C. Sedgwick and Charles IT.
Sawyer, American, Geo. Numby, I
Cauadian, and Robert M. Abornelhy, I
Scotch Canadian, havo taken tho ,
oath to tho Constitution.
II. F. Wiohinan ougages to gjve as
good a fit iu the frame as in the '
glasses of spectacles. This is an ira- '
portant matter to thoso who re-1
quire artificial aids to their sight.
J. J. Williams tho photographer i
is sending pictures of tho military
aud Citizens' Guard to W. F. Sesser,
manager of the Kilauua Cyclorama, 1
jjosion, lUass., to ue piaceu on oxui
bition. A box of dynamite and two Win
chester carbiues were found at Na
nakuli, Waimaualo, Ewa, yesterday
afternoon by specials. The arms
aud explosives wore handed ovor to
tho Marshal.
A hat has been found on tho
beach at Kahului, which is supposed
to have belonged to Captain G. A.
Norberg, master of tho schooner
Anna, who disappeared on tho night
ol February ii.
Henry F. Poor vs. Harry Caunou
aud Harry Cannon vs. Henry F.
Poor woro both argued and sulwnt
ted on demurrers boforo Judge
Coopor to-day. Neumann for Poor;
Magoou for Cannon.
John T. Lund, a gun smith on
Bethel streot, har, made a glass
mosaio table. It contains 40,000
piecos of colored glass iu a pretty
design, aud is an ambitious attempt
to copy tho old masters of Italy.
S. II. Selano has returned from
his trip to Maui aud Hawaii, and
will be in Honolulu gathering mate
rial for tho Hawaiian edition of the
Overland Monthly until the sailing
of tho Australia on tho 20th inst.
Mrs. Henry, wife of tho painter, is
very low. Slio fell off a stop ladder
in San Francisco and hurt her opine.
ut. woou, aoiAicu oy oiuor sur-1
geons, penormeu an operation on
the lady this morning, ou tho result
of whiuu her life depends. i
If you waut your watch repaired.
If you waut jewelry made up neatly.
If you waut souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry lino. II. G.
Biart, nt C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
'is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
nor As Co.
Tho Colloctor-General of Cus
toms oflico iu tho now buildiug on
Allen street presents a dismantled
appearance to-day. Dosks and tables
havo boon moved to tho ronovated
quarters on Fort street. Officials
expect to bo well established in tho
new offico before tho arrival of tho
S. S. Australia.
Tho whalor Gayhoad got off tho
grouud on Saturday afternoon aud
was docked at tho Pacific Mail
wharf. A groat quantity of nor
hard tack aud provisions woro do
st royed by tho salt water. Captain
Shoroy and Consul-Genoral Mills
havo boon bafllod so far iu their
efforts to locate tho firebug.
IK THU DISTRICT DOUBT.
Sentence la Suspended in all Serious
Oases but One.
When the District Court openod
for business at 9:30 o'clock this
morning tho courtroom was crowded
with peoplo of all classes, somo wear
ing bandages around their heads,
others having black optics and not
a few with bruises. Doputy Marshal
Brownconduoted tho prosecutions.
In all casos that camo before tho
Court thoso who had counsol asked
for a continuance. Tho following
disposition was made- of somo of tho
cases to-day:
Kanalu, larceny in tho third do
greo by stealing a gold watch and
chain of tho value of 580, pleaded
guilty. Sontenco suspended till
Marcli 12.
C. L. Brito, embezzlement, con
tinued till moved ou.
Patrick Cullon, murder, continuod
till March 12.
Robert Lniug. intending to com
mit an offense, discharged.
Fred Naylor and Carigau, asault
aud battery, discharged.
Matthow Noall, violating mail
laws, remanded till March 12.
J. W. Carrol, assault with a
weapon, remanded till March 12.
Pukola, larcouy in tho fourth de
gree, on Feb. 19, by stealing a clock,
tho property of a Japanese, valued
nt $2f0, ploads guilty. Sentence
suspended till March 12.
Tho samo individual pleaded guilty
to tho larceny of a silver watch
valued at 50, also tho property of a
Japanese. Sontenco susponded till
March 12.
Kahale, a hackman, cruelty to
animals, pleads guilty, fined $15.
Captain Hill, attempting to com
mit tho offense of barratry iu Hono
lulu on Fob. 22 for that ho did whilo
being the captain of tho steamer
Waitnanalo and while that steamer
was within tho maritime jurisdio
tiou of this country, piratically aud
feloniously attompt to run away
with such steamer, ploads guilty.
Caso romauuea till March VI.
Thoro wero ninoteen fines for
drunkenness and four discharged.
Sovon native.-1, male and female,
pleaded guilty to soiling spirituous
liquor without a Hcoufo. Sentence
suspended in each caso.
A largo numbor of cases wore re
manded to some future dato.
Civil cases aro being heard this
afternoon.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW !
Household -:- Furniture
AT AUCTION,
On TUESDAY, March 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
' At the Itcsldence of HON. C. It. UISIIOP,
Emma stre.it, I will tell nt l'ao-
lie Auction
The : Entiro : Household : Furnituro,
' Comprising in part
Heavy PLATE GLAHS DRESSING MIRRORS
With Morale Mantoli;
Mahogany Chairs and Tables.
frcuch Walnut Oillco Table,
Ebony Parlor Suite,
Upholstered In Brocaded Silk;
Inlaid Odiiter and Side Tables,
1 Kua State Bedstead,
Mahogany and Koa Wardrobes,
1 II. W. .Mirror Front Wardrobe,
II. W. I'lilar Extension Tabic,
French. Walnut Sideboard
Unreaus, U. W. S duboard,
Koa Tablfs, K'c , Ktc., Kte.
Wfc- Premises open for Inspection on
Monday, March 11th, from U A. m. to 3 r. m.
Jh.b. V.
Mox-gan,
AUCTIONEER
1279 Ct
FOUND NOTICE.
NOTIlE 13 HEREBY GIVEN' TO AIL
persons that there ari at the Govern
ment Pound nt Maklkl, March 0, 18U5, 6
Estray Animals, viz. : I
1 6orrel Mnre branded "To'1 on left hind ,
leg, white snot on forehead, six white spots i
on neck, both hind legs w lilte. I
I Rom Me branded "AU" on left side
of neck, white snot on forehead, big white
spot on loft hind leg.
1 Ulack Homo without brand, white spot
on forehead,
1 Hay Horse branded "jj" on left hind
leg, white epots on forehead and also on
tho nose.
1 Day Cow with no brand, both ears are
clipped oil', wblto spots on forehead, buck
and under tho belly.
Any pcrton or persons owning these ani
mals are requested to come and take the
samo on or beioru VI o'clock noon HAi uu
DAY, March '2M, otherwise said animals
will bo pold at imblla auction ou said date
and hour. HEXItYKUAI.il,
1281 3t Pound Muster.
.LOST
DUAJ-TNO.ao.l'OItJW, DRAWN IY
James Hay Wodehoil'-o on Theo. 11.
Davlus v Co., 1 d, huving lucn lost, pay-
meat Is stopped.
Tllfco. H.
DAVIKS & CO.,
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LOOK BEFORE YOU
LEAP. When you go out
bhopping, consider; thmk of
the money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
stores whose various attrac
tions are laid before you.
There is X, with tempta
tions in the form of a pretty
show ; there is Y, whose wiles
aro innumerable ; and Z, who
says he is the man for your
money. PLEASE PAUE!
! And remember your pocket
I is concerned.
STOP AND TIILNKl
i "Would it not bo well to go
1 where for forty years
I HONEST GOODS and
! HONEST PRICKS go hand
in hand. Beauty and dura
bility, instead of mere show
and display, trom the virtue
of goods handled by ua.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every Department is the fun
damental law of ouit house ;
to carry the best and newtst
goods tho markets of the
world afford is our constant
aim.
Among tho many new
things found on our counters
th's week, we wish to call
your especial attention to what
it generally known as TABLE
FELT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
work. We have an extra fine
lino of this cloth in all colore.
EIDERDOWN, EIDER
DOWN, EIDERDOWN.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft its velvet, just tho thing
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. "Wc have it in blue, pink,
i and cream. You will want it
i in all these colors after once
i looking at it.
B. F. EIILBRS & CO.
Put Him to tho Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
And see if it is not handled
To your entire satisfaction.
You will easily recognize
his sign
At 15 Bethel Street.
STEWART, Pi.u.mukr,
In Blue and White.
Daily Bulletin 60 mnts per month.
rim run
LA KiN
Id
New Goods! -
JUST OPENED AT
N. S. SACHS'
820 ort St, - - Hon-olxxlu.,
LATEST NOVELTIES:
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In Miadcs of Tan In nil sices.
SHORT CORSETS!
Just the thing for rid ng or for short people We have them In nil stiei.
New Hand Bags, New Buckles,
Now Jot Trimmings, Now Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
ECS6 KrEJW LACES S
For tlxat
Thirsty Feeling
"Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world is to
IDrinJs:
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
good health.
The roots, lierbs, barks and berriis, from
which Hires' Root Beer is carefully made, have
been the main dependence of physicians in all
ages.
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
should always
Keep it
In the Family.
13? Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by tho Charles E. IIirks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
Testia2Q.ori.isils :
"I bco your lloot Boor took tlio prize nt tho World's Fulr.
Wo arc glud of it. It certainly deecrves it, us it is tlio best
drink wo liavo ovor used. Mahoaiikt S. Houston, ,r Linden St.,
Rochester, N. Y U. 8. A."
"I Iuivo used ii great nuuiy hoi ties of your Root lkur tlio
hint five yearn, mid lutvo given a baniido of it to u great ninny
peoplo. A. W. SrniNKLK, J3. 7tli St., Olmrlotto, N. O., U. S. A."
JCBBSRS:
Houron Duua Company Wholesale Druggists
J3en.son, Smith & Company " "
I HoLiiiSTER Drug Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lkwis & Company Grocers
i ' '"""""
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
i K2r Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
) FRESH 0001)8 IN
1 Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes, llrushcs, Currl.ine Whips,
i Oa,rlooli:n.e-u.rn. Avenarius
I FOR PRKSERVINQ WOOD.
i Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuso and Caps.
- AOKNTB FOR THE OKLEII HATED -
! TT.C"CT-Cr3E OILS,
I The Rest l.nhrlcants Known to ( nimeae.
IDHrKlRUTINO WAREHOUSES In Uniflnnd, Franco, Italy, Oertimny, Scot
land, WiIhs. Iruland, Oab.t, China, Japan, Java, IndU and the principal cities of
I the Uuittd 8tmu.
: - New Goods!
"ii.
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