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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 01, 1897, Image 5

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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 1, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sloamer Australia tomorrow.
Baud concert at Emma square
tonight.
Itobort Cattou lma .returned
'from Ham&kua.
W. P. Boyd and wifo have re
turned from a visit to Maui.
"W. H. Cornwall came over from
Mnui on yestorday's atenmer.
The project of au ico plant for
Lihuo is receiving consideration.
Dramatic ontortainraont at the
Kilohana Art League this evoning
at 8. .
The Children's Loyal Legion is
in soHBion at Central Union church
this afternoon. N
Secretary Corbett of the Ice
Company has returned from a trip
to the Qardon Isle.
Portraits enlarged from small
photos and handsomely framed
for $10 at King Bros.
The- Pioneer Building and Loan
Association moots tonight at tho
usual hour and place.
Tho Templojof Fashion will on
Thursday inaugurate a big ribbon
sale. Soc notice tomorrow.
Manager L. M. Votlesen of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Company has
roturned from a trip to Kauai.
One of tho selections played by
tho band at Makee Island yester
day took half an hour in its rendition-
SorgeantB Elvin and Burnetto
indulged in a shooting contest on
Saturday. The former won by 48
to 4G.
A notice regarding the Easter
Vacation in tho publiu schools is
published in tho "By Authority"
column.
W. H. Schmidt fc Sous an.
uouuee another Art Exhibition at
reduced prices after tho arrival of
the Australia.
Throo drunks woro before the
polico court this morning and re
ceived tho usunl Que. One of
thorn was a woman.
Tho Company B team piled up
a score of 408 in their match with
tho California National Guard
Company of Woodlawu.
There was the usual large at
tendance at Makee Island and
Kapiolani park during tho band
concert yostorday afternoon.
Prepare yourself for the nice
tdmperanco drink, oyster cocktails,
that will bo served at tho Criterion
Saloon on tho arrival of tho Aus
tralia. A roward of S10 is posted for
tho capture of Lai Sow, an ill
. looking Chineso who has deserted
tho sorvice of tho Hawaiian Sugar
Company.
Several hundred Japanese and
a few white people attended the
religious services at Iudopdndonco
hall in memory of the late Queen
Dowager of Japan. '
In thomolico court the charge
against Su Tin of carrying con
cealed weapons has been' nolle
pros.'d. Mikukala wjll bo tried
for assault tomorrow.
From talk on tho street there is
considerable prospect that Com
pany 0 of tho National Guard
will conclude to disband at tho
next meeting, instead of olocting
a captain.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho AVorrmn's Board of Missions
will bo hold Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
at tho Central Union church, and
also tho Executive Committee will
,, hold ii meotiug at 2:15 p. m. at tho
same' place. -
Most of the morning sossion
of tho polico court was taken up
with tho trial of Minnio Forroira
on a ohargo of non-registration.
Tho court found hor guilty' and
suspended sentence until tomor
row morning.
A special porformanco of two
farces, "A Proposal Undor Diffi
culties" and "Tho Bioyclors," will
bo given by tho Kilolmua Art
Leaguo tomorrow night at their
rooms for tho "benefit of tho gen
oral public Tho admission. foo is
CO cents and reserved seats may
be obtained of .Benson, Smith
& Co.
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Schilling's Best is a pub
lic as well as a private good.
. It means such
Ua
coffee
baking powder
HavounECilractl
soda
ana picts
as you and your neighbors
want at fair prices.
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be ox-President
Cleveland.
Georgo II. Fairchild camo over
from Kealia yesterday.
Manacor Ahrons of the Oahu
Sugar Company is up from Wai-
anao today.
Tho Begimeut baseballists are
practising on tho Executive build
ing grounds.
Tho stono foundations for AV.
M. Gifford's new rosidenco at Ma
kiki are finished.
Tho thermometer fell down to
GO dogrees in several parts of tho
city this morning.
J. A. Magoon has two notices
of salo under foreclosure of mort
gage in this issue.
James Cordon has corapletod
tho job of ropairing tho balcony of
the Judiciary building.
Manager Pain of tho TrarawayB
Company is having the track on
the Waikiki road swept and fixed
up.
Dotectivo.Kuapa has recovered
from an attack of tho grip suffici
ently to be able to attend to noccs
sary business.
That picture in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyone here.
Tho Hagey Social Club had an
other of their pleasant socials on
Saturday evening; Tho rooms
wero comfortably filled with mem
bers and their friends.
St. Louis" College B. B. team
resumes practiso in earnest this
aftornoon. Captain Thompson
says they aro waiting for tho Stars'
foreign "professional" players
and willing to meet thorn..
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone U3,
corner of Fort and Merohnnt
streets. Haok at all hours'.
Tho St. Andrew's Fair on Satur
day afternoon and evening was a
grand success. Tho ladias in
charge will net over 8500 as the
result of their labors. Nearly all
tho articles for Balo wero disposed
of.
Dr. Sloggett has boon appoint
ed bv the directors of tho Chinese
Benevolent Union r as consulting
foreign physician to tho new Chi
nese liospital at Polamo. The in
stitution will be formally opened
Thursday uftornoon.
Two South Sea Islanders, who
got into a quarrel and hacked
each other protty badly with
knives at Heeia, wero brought to
this city and put iu the hospital
yesterday. No charge haB yot
been entered at tho station house
against either, but they will have
to nuswor when1 they get well.
Well .tlntclieil.
A few years ago Bill Nyo and
Herrmann, tho magician, mot for
tho first timo in a small Ohio
town. Thoy8topped al tho Bame
hotel, and were given seats at tho
samo table in the diuingroom.
They bowed politely, and began
talking about the weather, each
believing that tho other did not
recognize his vis-a-vis. Just as
Nyo raised his .knife and fork to
cut a dish of lettuce salnd Herr
mann uttered a cry of protest.
"Excuse mo, sir," romarked the
wizard, "but J. tuougut l saw
somothing queer- there in your
lottuco." The humorist care
fully looked ovor tho salad, loaf
by leaf, but"" found nothing, and
again raised his knifo to cut it.
Again ho was stopped by a sharp
cry from Horrmann, who added
apologetically, "I bog a thousand
pardons, but there is somothing
thoro: Excuso me," and ho pointed
to a largo lottuco leaf, raised
it, and disclosed underneath a
magnificent diamond clustor ring.
Nyo slowly picked up tho riug,
and, without tho slightest mani
festation of surprise, drawled out;,
"This sort of thiug has gone just
far onough. I'm continually
shedding diamonds wherever I go.
Day before- yesterday I lost a
solitairo in a sugur-bowl in' Pitts
burg, and in Cleveland this morn
ing the chambermaid, in sweeping
my room, found three or four
more. It is positively giving mo
brainfag to keep track of theso
things, and I'm going to give it
up as a bad job." Bockoning to a
waitress, ho slipped Herrmann's
ring into her hand, and said,
"Horo's a trifle for you. Keep it
to romonibor mo by; it's yours."
It took tho owiior of tho ring
about half it day to recover it.
It will soon
fcAMN
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Celebrated for It great leavening trcnsth
and licnlthfulncts. Assure! tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Hutal Uakino I'ow
deu Co., JJew Youk.
Huvo you a copy of tho :' :
: : Hobron iDrug Co's. now
COOK
BOOK
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
anyone who will call or write.
Better get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King Si Fort.
Stop That Pain!
Why look so dojected and
forlorn?
Oh your head aches does
it? Well, then wo are pleased
to know, that wo can assist
you.
We don't ask you to re
strict yourself from eating
things that you feel you need
and must have. Nor do we
say that you must take ab
solute rest and abandon seeing
your friends and indulging in
pleasant pastimes.
All that wo adviso is that
you obtain a box of tho new
remedy for Headacho. Itsnamo
is HEADINE, a perfectly
harmless preparation put up
in, powders not unpleasant to
tho tasto.
It has cured others and will
euro you.
It is not a catchpenny pre
paration, but on tho contrary
reliable and safo.
Drop into our store and ob
tain, FREE OF CHARGE a
sample of Ileadino. A trial
will convince you.
Be sure that you do not
confound tho name with that
of other preparations with
similar names.
Wo aro Solo Agents.
Hollister Drug Go.
1 Evening Ilullctiv 76c per month.
Jimeiy JopiG5
LITTLE PITCHERS
AND
BIG PITCHERS
Painted and Unpainted
by the myriad.
JAPANNED CASH BOXES
with and without Trays.
AGATE IRON SAUCEPANS
AND
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS
HANDSOMELY PAINTED
COAL HODS
N. B. Which don't let the
coal lie on the floor.
PIPING HOT LUNCH PAILS
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Two compartments; Cups
" Fitting on top for Coffee,
Tea, Milk or Toddy.
ssr We have all the above
mentioned commodities.
. THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
LIMITED,
Opposite Sprockels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
BIG v SILK v SALE
Another Monster Reduction
: FOR - ONE -WEEK - ONLY !
AT JORDAN'S
Beginning Monday, March 1, 1897.
Japanese Silks x'onl lOc. up,
' ' Colored Silks an4 Moires
At a Discount of 75 Per Cent or More!
BLACK and COLORED SATINS
HedLiced from Sl.OO to 25c.
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usr This is a Bona-fido Silk Sale and tho Reduction of 75 Per Cent is no , ,
catch penny affair. A call will convinco tho most skeptical. MARCH 1 'to'-' ,
MARCH 6, Inclusive, is tho only time you can get this Big Reduction. m t
COME'BARLY .AJSHD GET FIRST CI-lOlOE ! '"
3EL "Wr. arOH.XA.3NT,SS'
No. 10-EOKT STEEET STOEE-No. 10
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New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : .Honolulu.
, THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed VCusliiis.
DIMITIES, I?1QUES,
Grenadines, Hotnespiaz, Linens,
tothite: ooods
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cud's.
Tle 3STew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
New !Ribbons ! New Trimmings I
Tho school youngster is
happiest when the care of
hla clothes doesn't bother htm.
Putting together wear
resisting fabric In a wear
resist lug manner Is our
contribution to the youngster's
happiness. The pricing adds
to papa's happiness.
AT
"The Kash."
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerlGy BlOClC
We Make Shirts to Order.
Firewood.
For sale by the load or large quuntl
ties. Apply to
FRED HARUIBON,
hs-u """" ' Fortstreet.
GOLDEN RULE
BAZAAR
316 Fort Street.
Fifty-fivo Cents worth of
First-class Stationery for
25 Cents.
Twenty-five Cents worth
of Stationery for . .
15 Cents.
These are' tho values given tho
public who buy the
New -Golden Rule
Stationer Packets.
JK2 All prices always right
all the time.
J. M.WEBB
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