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EVI5NIN0 BULLETIN, FEBHUAHY 2(5. 1807.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jlr nucl Mrs. J. i. ilott luft for
Viuicouvor last night.
Adjourned meeting of tho BoardJ
of Health this afternoon.
Tho hotel bnnd concert Inst
night drew out the visual crowd.
Privnto family picnicB to beach
rcHorts Beom to bo in order about
Bomomber tho enlo of effects of
Mrs. Gertz by W. S. Luco at 10
a. in. tomorrow.
Thero will bo nnother social
ontertniumont at tho Hugoy lnati
tuto on Snturdny evening.
David Davton makes ndditions
in this issno to his list of pro
perties for sale unil to lot.
lludyard Kipling is a nephew
of Mr. Poynler, tho new presidout
of tho British Boynl Academy.
Tho marriage of Chris. Conradt
and Miss A. Widemann is sot for
March 2 at tho Catholic Cathe
Captain Lawtou, formerly of tho
Northbrook, left on tho" Mlowora
last night on his way to Liver
pool. Tho monthly meeting of tho
Tioneer Building and Loan As
sociation will bo held Monday
Give the youngsters clothes
that will mako them look like lit
tle men. They are to bo found
at The Kash.
A Fiji Islander named Knnf
Sevorg is employed as a passen
ger brakeman by tho Bio Giande
Bobeit Collyer, tho octogounr
ian Unitarian proaoher of Now
York, has practically retired from
active ministerial duties.
H. G. Uiart aunounces his pur
chase of J. E. Gomes' stock, hence
his better capacity for furnishing'
auytlung in the watcu nnu jewel
An English farmer, who said he
never read tho newspapers, was
lined in Lincoln for failing to
report an iufectious diseaso among
' his sheep.
Tho regular weokly meeting of
tho Christian Workers will bo
held this (Friday) afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at the Y. M. 0. A.
hall. All aro cordially invited,
A boy .was trying to sell
Chronicles a fortnight behind the
latet dates on tho streets ynster
dny. Was ho lookjng for through
passengers by tho Mioworn to
"I wish I had one of thoso
horsoloss carriages today," said a
well known hackman who was be
wailing the dull times in tho hack
business, "they don't eat hay liko
a horse." y
Colonol Fisher is mouruiug tho
loss of about four inches of the
cuticlo of his knee today. He has
recently taken to tho wheel and
tried to" turn round last night for
tho first timo.
It is reported that six horseless
carriages are to arrive, in this city
on tho Australia uoxt Tuesday.
Four of them are said to bo for a
local syndicate and the other two
for private parties.
Tho artiolo on tho purchase of
Dr. "Wetmore's collection of
Btamps by Charles Hustace Jr. in
yestorduy's Bulletin attracted
much attention, especially among
local philatelists, who have been
around congratulating Mr. Hub
tace on his new purchase.
"Wo can do English and Ameri
can Shirts and Collars in white
and colors, also a full range
of Uuderclothing in N Lisle
Thread, Balbri'gau, Gauzo Meri
uo'aud Natural Wool, all of them
offored to you at bottom notch
prices. L. B. Kerr, Quoon St.
Noarly the wholo timo of tho
police court was" occupied this
morning with tho trial of a Chi
neso haok driver for opium in
possession. Tho defoudant took
up much time in trying to prove
to the court that ho did not a&so
ciato with the class of people who
used opium aud would not be
guilty of touching the stuff him
self. Commdn ginger is a little
ginger and something else.
I Schilling's Best
are what they are labeled
and nothing el$e.
A cottage on Kinnu near Alapai
street is to let.
Tomorrow will bo pnyday for
govorumout omploycs generally.
M. Brasch, with Hynmn Bros.,
loavos on tho Zealandia for a trip
Hoadino is a specific for head
ncho recommonded nnd Bold by
the Hollistcr Drug Co.
Tho solo arrest mnde during tho
forouoon was ono Ohineso for
chofa tickots in possession.
Honolulu Cricket Club will
elect officers for tho ensuing year
on Saturday evening at the
King Bros, havo just received a
nfew lot of tifcsuo paper, window
poles, sash rods, nrtists' materials,
pioturo frames, etc.
The work of repairing the Wai
kiki road is ended, and tho steam
roller, that banc of timid horses
and drivers, lias gono elsewhere.
Stone curbing is being placed
in front of tho Kawaiahao school
premises. The improvement needs
to be extonded to tho Exocutivo
Tho 10c. counter is still proving
a big drawing card at the Temple
of Fashion. A now lino of goods
was placed on this table today.
Call and inspect.
In tho Marshal's office they are
wondering when one of tho Bul
letin's afternoon contemporaries
is going to got through with that
John H. Catton, H. Herbort
and Mr. Jordan, the last a
brother of E. W. Jordan lately
from tho Colonios, have joined
tho Honolulu Cricket Club.
James Murphy and Philip Jud
kins, who three wseks ago woro
ordinary miners in Cripple Greek,
havo just shipped two carloads of
ore which turned out $1(50,000 in
An "old fogy" team is being
organized in the Honolulu Crioket
Club. It will consist of ancient
newBDnper hacks, decayed mil
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UUUlllIUB IIUU HIUJ1 IIKU U11HIU"
Sterliug, the painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. He uses a composition of
coal tar and cemont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Just receivod, an entirely new
stock of Gents Suitings in Block,
Blue nnd foncy mixtures and will
bo sold in quantities to suit at
wholesale prices. L. B. Kerr,
W. S. Luce today sold 71) bags
sugar, damaged on passago of tho
steamer Kilauea Hou, for benefit
of whom concerned. It was
bought up by Chinese storekeep
ers at two cpnts a pouud.
Thero is ovitlontly one man in
town who docs not iutond to be
"pulled" for riding a wheel with
out a light. He was seen last
night scorchiug along with a big
hand lantern lftshotl to his handle.
Readers of tho Bulletin were
aware, from thb day that steamer
called here on her latest up trip,
that tho Monowai was going to
make anothor round voyago on
this route, before being replaced
by the Moana.
A sulky rapidly driven, and
carrying no light, came within an
aco of running into a brako con
taining a lady and three small
children at Borotania and Victoria
Btrcote last night. Furious and
heedless driving has virtually no
check thoso times, arrestskmly be
ing made when nccidonts happen
from tho practise
lllrli.rdxoii Mkoly to IlcUre-lll Nnc
A rumor that a chaugo was
about to tako placo in tho
office of Collector of tho port
of Hilo was partially verified
at headquarters. Arthur W. Rich
ardson, tho preseut incumbent,
may bo heard from in persou or
by letter by tho Kinau duo next
Tuesday. His remaining in office
may dopond upon himsolf iu some
way not explained. In the moan-
time it is settled that, if thero is to
bo a chauge, George A. Tumor, at
preseut a statistical clerk in tho
head office at Honolulu, will get
the placo. If he should ho would
probably go to his station in tho
KiiiHU next Friday.
Subscribe for thelSvoiNO Bul-
1 letin 75 conts per month.
Celebrated for Its jtrcat leavening utrcngtli
ana liculttirulnef . AMures the food ualnst
slum and all form of adulteration common
to tbo cheap brand. lturAL Dakino Pow
lr.u Co , New Yoiik.
Ilttve youli copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. new
The book is different from the
ordinary cook-hook. Its frco to
anyone who will call or write.
Better srcl ono to-dav.
Hobron Drug Co.
Kin" k Fort.
Stop That Pain !
Why look so dejected and.
Oh your head aches does
it? Well, then we aro pleased
to know that wo can assist
We don't ask you to re
strict yourself from eating
things that you feel you nee.d
and must have. Nor do wo
say that you must take ab
solute rest and abandon soeing
your friends and indulging in
All that we adviso is that
you obtain a box of tho now
remedy for Headache. Itsname
is HEADINE, a perfectly
harmless preparation put up
in powders not" unpleasant to
It has cured others and will
It is not a catchponny pre
paration, but on tho contrary
reliable and safe.
Drop into our store and ob
tain FREE OF CHARGE a
sample of Ileadino. A trial
will convince you.
Bo sure that you do not
confound tho name with that
of other preparations with
Wo aro Solo Agents.
Hollister Drug Co.
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
Auction Sale by II'. S, Luce.
By onler ut Mrs Ocrtz and ou account o(
departure I ahall sell at my Auction lioomi,
On SATUItDA V, Fob. -17, '97
At 10 o'clock n. m.
Parlor, Bedroom, Dining-room
and Kitchen Furniture.
Ladles', Men's and Children's Shoes, and
Lasts, bhlp'h Dell, Ilandsomo Clock,
ROY AX, Carved
Mahogany Sofas, Chiffoniers,
Sideboard, Chairs, etc.
Hair and Feather Mat
tresses and Pillows,
Sewing Machine, Hugs, Books, Pictures,
Hawaiian Flag, Chandelier,
Lamps, Tools, etc.
W. S. LUCE,
316 Fort Street.
Fifty-five Cents worth of
First-class Stationery for
Twenty-five Cents wortli
of Stationery for . .
Theso aro tho values given the
public who buy tho
New Golden Rule
J8 All prices always righ't
all the time.
Big - Clearance - Sale
FOR -THIS -WEEK - ONLY !
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES !
ISTOTJH TBObSSE' PHICBS !
Laces that 'sold for 8B1 per Yard now 25 C
offered at UVW
LaWrdusc -50c-.pe c. and 10c.
m Why ? Oh ! Just to Clear Them Out ! 3
-i. i i -
They are All on One Counter and Every Piece
is Reduced 75 Percent or More I
For This Week Only !
&- Nothing liko the abovo ever heard of before.
you nothing. Come early if you wish to secure Choice
No. 10-EORT STREET STORE-No. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
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520 ITorfc Street : 1-lonoUilu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusHns,
Grenadines, Hoinespmit Linens.,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck Wear,
New Inchirtgs, Latest Collars and Cull's.
The !N"ew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
3STew Ribbons 1 New Trimmings I
EVERT - TVLH.N - HIS - OWN - HORSE - DOCTOR.
DR. POTTIES .
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
rOR THE CCBK OK MSEASKS OF
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, and Poultry.
Tho Unrrelons Hair Remedy which prevents
FOR SALE BY
Sole Agent, Honolulu.
tiT Kent pamphlet free on application. P. O. Box 292, Telephone 2d.
Hoxololc, April 21, 1896.
Mr. C. W. Macfarlank: It affords me pleasure to recommend to any one whdse hair
la (ailing out, thousoof lilt. I'OTTIE'S II AIR OIL. My hair was coming out at stwn
n rate as lod me to believe that I would soon become bald. Alter using tho oil for five weeki
this censed entirely; none whatever is now falling out. I consider It the best aud only
worthy remedy for this trouble and also recommend it as a stimulant to new crowth.
605-tf Yours truly, J.B.DANIELS.
Bulletin, 75c. der Month
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