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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 1G 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
St. Patrick's day in tho morning.
Dr. HusboI has ompoworcd A.
Y. Gear to colloot all his accounts.
Tho great fight botwoon Oorbott
and Fitzsimmons comes off tomor
row at Carson, Nevada.
Tho meeting of'tho Athlotio As
sociation arranged for last night
did not materialize.
Tho Choral Sooioty will moot at
tho High School at 7 p. m. A fall
attendance is desired.
Keold has boon sont to tho Re
form School for threo months for
disobcdienco to his parents.
Tho bulk of tho Alameda's cargo
for Sydney was composed of
cannod goods, hops and broom
Tho postponed mooting of tho
Athlotio Association is to bo hold
at tho Y. M. 0. A. tomorrow
A fow pairs of gonts silk box
have boon placed on Jordan's bar
gain table. They aro going at 50c.
Threo times ns many horrings
aro consumod .as any othor kind
of fish, but this does not apply to
A Portuguese woman was put
behind tho bars this morning for
indulging in too much profanity
Thoro aro soveral patients in
tho Ohiucse hospital, and every
thing is running smoothly at that
Dimities, lawns, muslins and
porcalos arc going for 10c. tho
ynrd at the Toraplo of Fashion for
this week only.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in groat demand. L. B.
Eorr has a choice lot, which ho ib
selling at lowest possiblo rates.
Tho Star Baseball club has
elected Harry "Wilder captain,
Percy Lishman vice captain and
J. O. Carter Jr. manager and dele
gate to the league.
The copper mines of tho whole
world are being taxed to thoir1 ut
most to supply tho demaud for
copper wiro nnd tho$ othor appara
tus used in the application of elec
tricity. In tho Board of Health investi
gation into the food supplies of
San Francisco in ono mstanco
canned marmalado was found to
bo made of many things deleter
ious to health and noxt to no fruit
C. B. Itoynolds, agent of tho
Board of Health, left in tho Kinau.
He goes to Wailuku iu hopes of
finding tho new hospital thoro
ready to tako over. Everything
being all right, ho will return
Friday in the Mauna Loa.
. Ah Jim, a San Francisco China
man who waited for Mrs. Holmes
every morning as alio passed Sixth
and JMurket streets and then salut
ed her with a kiss, huB been sen
tenced to servo six months' impri
sonment in tho County Jail.
Captain Calhoun of tho bark
Ceylon decorated his vessel on
March 4, in honor of the inaugu
ration of McKinley. Ho is 72
years old and has boon a Repub
lican since ho had a vote. Ho
predicts good times and assorts
that tho Ceylon will earn twice as
much this year as she did laBt.
H. Dbarmapala, general secre
tary of the Maha-Bodhi Sooiety
of Theosophiuts of India and olli
oial ropresentativo of tho Budd
hists at tho World's Parliament of
Religion, is lecturing in San Fran
cisco under tho auspices of tho
original Theosophioal Society
founded by Madame Blavatsky.
JamosQuinn of "290" has a
trotter for tho eleventh of June,
and wonders whether the Jockey
Cluo will havo an eleventh of
June for tho trottor. Other hors i
men are in tho same quandary.
Jim has to bo content with ox
eroisiug his racer on tho roads in
tho meantime. It's a fino animal.
All good in different ways
and degrees Schilling's
Your grocer returns your
money in full if you don't
"Pentecostal Meotings" in tho
MothodiBt church at 2:80 and 7:30
p. m. each day. All invited.
Tho stoamor Sakura Maru iB
advortised by W. G. Irwin fc Co.,
Ld agents, to sail for Soattlo on
Mrs. J. Lycott and child and
Miss May LycHt sailed for the
Coast in the barkontino S. N.
That pioturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyono hero.
The suit against the Hawaiian
Gazette Company for criminal
libel was sot for trial on Friday
by Judgo do la Vergno this morn
ing. Another Japanese steamer with
about seven or oight hundred
raoro studonts on board is duo
and is oxpooted to put in an ap
pearance at any time.
George Angus loft for tho "Big
Island" in the S. S. Kinau this-
morning on a business trip.
George will ondoavor to squeeze
in a httlo ploasuro also.
Tho arrests today woroono for
truancy, three for chofa1 gambling,
ono for assault and battory and
ono for drunkenness, besides two
persons hold for investigation.
Thoro was vory little doing in
tho polico court this morning.
Ah Kum was fined $50 for opium
in possession, All Kui S25 for
peddling chofa tickots, and Kooni
Kailimai was sent to jail for a
month for boating a native
With a largo lot of goods just
recoivod by tho Australia and
Amy Tumor, tho Paoifio Hard
waro Co. have another invoice of
the favorite Univorsal Stoves and
Ranges. Somo sizes wero sold as
soon as sot up, but another sup
ply has boen ordored.
A horso attached to ono of M.
Gomos' express wngous bocame
frightened at somethfug today, and
made a dash round tho corner of
Qucon and Fort streets whero the
stand is located. Ono of the front
wheels of tho wagon was entirely
demolished by contact with a tole
Ail Karly Ilobberr.
Sortly after daylight this morn
ing u Poruvian woman who has a
room in the St. Louis lodging
house, on roturniug to it after a
few minutes absence, found it had
boon brokou opon and ransaoked.
Five dollars in money was
missed at once, and the
woman sought out Detective Ka
apa. Tho officer took a stroll
through tho Cape Horn district
and noticed a couplo of tough
characters who appeared to bo
having a good time. They havo
only been out of jail a fow days
and the officer thought their flush
appearance was suspicious and
arrosted them on suspicion. He
found out that they occupied au
adjoining room to the one robbed
and has no doubt that he has the
guilty parties. Iu consequenco
of this case tho detective has been
compelled to postpono his trip to
Beware ol Counterfeit.
Amongst the receipts at the
Bulletin office today was a Ha
waiian quarter dollar of baso
The minting of tho coin is so
perfeot that its spurious oharaotor
can only bo doteotod by tho ring.
Every fine detail seoms to be
stamped exactly liko the gonuino
From and after tills date A. V. Gear
has full power to collect all account!)
N. RU38EL, M. D.
Honolulu, March IS, 1807. f51) 3t
All accounts of THREE months or
longer standing, will be placed In the
hands of our attorney lor collection
unless immediate settlement Is made.
55215t. J. J. EQAN.
EC- Gr- JBIAJRT,
401 Fort Street.
Jeweler arid "Watcrimaep.
gW Having bought out the ontlro
stock of J. E. Gomes I urn prepared
to furnish First class Jewelry at roa
WatcMftDg and Repairing
1ST Native Work ol all kinds.
Celebrated for Its profit leavening Btrctifjth
and licnUhl'iiliiess. Assures the food against
Mum and nil forms of fuluttertttlon common
to tlio clii'ip brand. ltorAL Bvkino Tow
iEit Oo , New Yoiik.
Friendly invitations; friendly
talk. Friendly merchandise
and the koy-noto of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Friendly
friends of tho store make this
possible, pleasant. It spurs us
to broader and bettor mid more
Our cosh plan is another
advantage to the customer with
money in linnd. Wo give a
great big discount of 10 per cont.
This brings tho cost of your
purchases right down to sub
bottom, and you can afford to
get anything that wo huve in
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Tho March number of this Journal
for the dtudents of the Pulillo Schools
will be on sale at the Golden Hum:
Bazaar on MONDAY NEXT It
will be full of Interesting Article,
Short Stories', Poem, etc. J. M. WEBB,
A FULL LINK OK
1897 Tennis Balls,
Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc
Received Ex "Alameda."
No. 306 Fort Street.
FOR; 0ErTTLE, WHINITOM
The Nippon Yusen Knisbn'a Steamer
Will sail for the ftlwvo port ou
MARCH 18, 1897.
0F For freight or paswige apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ld.,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A rare good bargain was the
buying of a hundred dozen
shirt waiBts. And yiu shuro
tho benefits. Shirt waists of
newest patterns in c.-lorings
and cut go to you at a dollar.
Some at$1.75;beautics at $1.25.
Tho lot is almost gone, somo of
tho prettiest will not last the
A new stock of ladies and
mens hose and half hose at
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with tho wickets, at
low prices. Outing Hannols for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
wero never heard of in Hono
lulu. It's tho result of stock
taking maybe over-buying
hus something to do with it
whichever it is you aro the
winner. Summer dross goods,
new importations, wero never
prettier than now. Tho weaver
seems to know as much as the
designer these days, and ho
puts them together so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. Theso
arc in fancies; tho plains arc as
A wholo department of Cor
sets gives you tho chance
you've waited for. Prima
Donna, P. D., R. & G. and
ventilated. Tho prico is right.
Navy Bluo and Black rain
proof cloth is sorviceablo for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices tho same as ovory
thing else. This is customers'
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
THIS WEEK ...
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
I HI ! niIM
Ladies' Silk Hose
."Reduced jtrom SB.OO to oOc. per 'Pair.
From 5 Cents TJp !
100 Dozen Ladies' TJndenrests
-A.t 6 1-4 Cents xer G-arment.
100 Dozen Ladies' lindei vests
A.t is 1--2 Cents per G-arm&nt.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
jj These Undervests are Unbleached Ribbed Garments and are im
ported direct from tho factory. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozen),
I am able to offer them to Honolulu ladies at tho ridiculous prices quoted above.
No. 10-EOBT STREET ST0EE-TSTo. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS! .
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusIiris,
Grenadines, Hoznespztn, Linens,
An entire now line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.'
Latest in IsTeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The 3STew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
JSTew Hibbons I New TrimminGS !
10c. -:- Counter
Will bo loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 "Week Only.
h. Tho Nowest and Freshest Lino in the City is
Temple of iF'cMsliioix,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
of All Colors
From 5 Cents
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