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Vol. III. No. 550. HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. Pkiok 5 Oknts,
THE EVENING BULLETIN. THE WAI WA YEE YUEN was largely an outcome of the oftho country had invariably Thoro are fow moro wholesome lo-
Christian civilizatiou,as roprpnent been found honorable, honest and IN THE HICHER COURTS
cations in Honolulu for a hospital,
Publlshod every day except Snndny at od in tho different charitable in- lawabidiug residents. They had as tho site gets both sea nnd
210 Kiug Street, Honolula, H. I. stitutions of the city, u hich fur dono their best to respect, main- mountain breezes. A beautiful
SUJUSCIUl'TION KATK8. i oi'f.xi.vu op Tin: ciiim.m: nos. tii-.l-
i valuable object teaching tain and support tho Govorumont view seaward ovor tho Mist Pnla-m- n
for thu diffori'tit ra';os that oiti'it oy nam: op' ! i:f he
Per Month, nnywht--
lu ih Ha- - i
I'iril. AT l'ALA.TlA.
have come to us from oriental
by contributing largely to the rice plantation is had from the IN IIONOMIM'.
$ 7fi statu rovnuiU'H, b necepting with rear balcony. Tho grounds aro
Per Year. rf 00 lauds. He could not bur fool, al- sincerity tho ItHiieiits offered them
Per Year. poMp-ti- to America,
d tastefully laid out with drives aud
Canodn, or Mexico 1000 Iiioplrlim AiUlro' mid liilrrr-ll- n
so, that the nmgniiiceut nruieve-mentso-
f in tho education of tlieir childn u; walks, and a lawn and a garden
Per Year, postpaid, Ciher Foreign Kxvrrlfcd Itiiitt-clliii- i of Hit the medical missionary by learning to a great dogree mr aro being cultivated. Tho kitchen 'liniiKf nl 1rn.tr. nr tlin Curlnrlullt
Countries 13 00
IliillilliiKw work in Chiua, during the past GO language, laws, civilization, cus- .'"lltiiiri
I uiiu uimug room nro in a (loiacucu
Payable Iuvm-lnbl- r tn Ailvuneo. or 70 years, had aided aleo in tho toms and m.iniior of thought nnd i building, connected with tho main ! I'rlirniirA Irrin, .
Telcphono '250. P. O. Box 89. initiation of this nntUrUkiug. it'titiii; b orovidiuu for their own one by a roofed platform. Biiek
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
One of tho Chines phybiuiauH who poc)ratid tick, mill by never being ovens and ranges, with oilier con-
Within tbo'past ffow months utid been engaged for tho hospital eoliirfh iu such charitable matters as veniences, aro to bo found iu the l'lio cxporHos oE tho February
thoie has been, reared n hnuiUomo held a satisfactory dip oma from might havo been properly brought kitchen.
the medical training school turm of the First Circuit Court
building in Robello to their notice. They had en-
J' Ayer's two-stor-
lane, Palnnia, about 150 ytuds with the groat Missionary
Hospital of Cauton. of which Dr.
deavored to be good citizens with
good people in a good country.
Kan Wing Chow was tho archi-
tect of tho hosnitul. both drawing wore as follows: Hawaiian
juiors, "5530; foreign jur .r'., wl0;
from the King street trntnear line. vthe plansantl superintending the
Kee, that Nestor of medical mis For upward ot 20 years the care stenographers nnd interpreters,
Some smnller buildings havo also construction, tic spared neither
Sarsaparilla. been erocted on tho ground, and
sionaries in China, is the head,
one of tho noblest names inscrib-
and treatment of thoir sick and
maimed ha-- received tlieir seri-
tinm nor trouble in seoiug that
everything was dono right, but he
S100; total, $l'27u
Judo Perry heard tho niattor
an old cottage renovated to bo ed upon tho medical ro ous attention. They were grjjto gave his outiro services freo of fi
part of the group. Tho site is a cords of the world. This young ful to the uiauy of other charge. Othorwiso, thero would of tho resignation of Bruco Cart- -
bed of coral elevated by some pre
Chinoso gentleman with his wife", races and to tho Govern- havo heou lesB causo of congratu- wright as trustee of liu brother
Clcanso your blood with Ayer's also a graduate of the same ment
Sarsaparilhi tho most thoroughly
foi kindly, nssistanco lation, at tho opening, for tho re- A.J. Cartwright's minor children's
historic convulsion of nature, school, recently passed a satisfac- iu tho past. They dosired now to
reliable alterative ever compounded. markable cheapness of tho struc- sottloment. A. S. Humphrey- -
, which crops out in places through tory examination before tho com- express to tho Hnwaiian Govern- ture.
For scrofula, bolls, ulcers, sores, car- mittee of physicians of our Board appeared for tho settlors; A. J.
buncles, pimples, blotches, and all a thin lnyer of soil. This group ment their gratitude and great Tho origin of tho hospital fund
of buildings has been provided by of Health. Tho speaker paid a for tho magnanimous Cartwright, one of tho settlors,
disorders originating in vitiated high tribute to tho rule ot tho is ati interesting story. In the
blood, this medicine is a specific. tho United Chinese Society as n and munificent gift of tho land old Volunteer Firo Department present; J. A. .Magoou, guardian
Ayer's Sarsaparllla is equally bene-ficl- hospital for tho ChiuoBO.nnd fully medical missionary in China. Its upon which that building now ad litem appointed by the
pioneer was Rev. Peter Parkor, each company had a fund of its
as a lcmcdy for catarrh, rlieu. equipped and without any, debt stood in its finished perfection. own, chiefly for sick and funeral Court, for the minors. Certain
matism, and rheumatic gout. As a this hospital called in tho Chin- M. D., who arrived at Canton in Without this substantial aid thoy objections to tho procedure by
1831, and of whom it had boon bonefits. China Engine Co. 5
Tonic, it assists tho piocess of ese language "Wai Wa Yea Yuen" might have been compelled to owned its own steam fire engine, Mr. Magoou were admitted sound
digestion, stimulates, tho sluggish wub yesterday afternoon formal- said, "He opened Chiua to tho wait some years longer for their it having been bought by the by Mr. Humphreys, but b, mu-
liver, strengthens tho nerves, and ly dedicated to its beneficent pur- gospel at tno point ot the Junwt." hospital. They would treasuro iu Chiueso merchants. When tho tual consent thifc nrreagement wno
builds up tho body when debilitated poses. Tho hospital at Canton 'had thoir hearts aud families the Provisional made, viz.: tho resignation to be '4
treated hundreds of thou kindly and considerate action of Governmout had accepted; the Court to nppoiut a f
by excessive- fatiguo or wasting
An invitation to the public to changed tho firo department to a
illness. Physicians everywhere con- atloud tho openiug was published sands of patients, and tho Hawaiian Government, and new trustee, as in tho absence of
scores one, the volunteer companies
sider Ayer's Sarsaparilla tho best. It in the English papers. At tho ap- of other hospitals remember it not in idle words adopted various methods of dis- ono the trusteos could not appoint
is a skilfully-prepare- d combination pointed hour, 3 o'clock, a largt had nrisou from its foundation. nlone but iu friutful.deeds. Be-
tributing thoir funds. Tho Chin- a substituto for either; J . M. t, Mon-sarra-
of tho most powerful alteratives and number of the merchants and Li Hung Chang, tho distinguish- sides haviug the buildiug ready eso fira laddies had about SI 500 in suggested by the settlors,
tonics. 2? o other gives
professional men of tho Chinese ed Viceroy, uusonoof tho notable for tho first tmffcter that conies to be such now trustee, and to filo
converts to tho value of western thoir treasury, and thoy voted
equal satisfaction or is so uimersally colony, together with sovoral of and all paid for, there was a to hand it over to tho United a hond with builicient serin ities in
in demand. their ladies, woro nssombled in tho medical scionco. Mr. Damon in balance on baud to tho credit Chiueso Society, with suggestion the sum of S28,(J00. A. J. Cart-wrig- ht
main ward on the ground floor, concluding wnrmly praised of tho maintenance fund. stated that ho would per- - ,
Ayer's, while many of tho working classes,
iutersporsed with natives, looked
Messrs. Goo Kim and Worm Qwai.
president aud vice president of
To make tho hospital as efficient
ao it should bo, thoy would lequiro
that it form tho nucleus of a hos-
pital fund. Tho engine was 6old V ill n twl llir.
Ui the Govorumont and tho pro-
soually pay Mr. Magoou's fee of
t .m1 nn.-il-
in through doors and windows or tno United Ulnueso Soou-ty- , and some assistance for tho future Judge Porry grauted tho peti
Sarsaparilla wandered all over tho building.
Among thoso of other nationali-
Messrs. Chu Jem and Wong Wa
Foy, president and vice presideut
of the Hospital Association,
from peoplo of other nationalities.
In conclusion, tho chairman de-
clared tlo hospital opon.
ceeds woro added to the fund,
which was lately brought up to tion ot Nnuiiio If. li ice, guardian
tho requirod amount by subscrip-
of Robert E. Browoi, to sell real
estate of tho ward under S330
ties present were Ohiof Justice tion.
and Mrs. Judd, Rev. Dr. H. Bing- together with tho othor offic Mr. Jlco Crtiok Sin, editor of bond. W. A. Honshull for peti-
OR. J. CAVER & CO., Uwelt, tfiu., U. S. A. ham and wife, Itev. Dr. C. M. ers of these organizations, tho llaSvaiiau Chinoso News, read tioner. Tho property to bo sold r
IIOAKU OI' MIL'VAriOX.
GOLD MEDALS al (ha World's Chief Expositions. Hyde and wife, Rev. F. "V. Damon tor their wuolo-heart- eu
devotion a poem in Iiib own language, after is situate at Judd and Lilihn, Ni
and wife, Rev. Dr. S.VE. Bishop, that had been crowned with tho which Mr. Wong Kwai delivered Tlio liiiiiipeiif, School Urt n Xm streets and contains ono aud
cure biliousness Rev. O. II. Guliok. Rev. Alox. successful inauguration of this a short address without intorpro acres.
rv Ayer's Pills Mackintosh, Jiov. D. P. Biruie, benevolent enterprise. "It is on tation.
l'rlllclial-Tvaclic- ru Cliuniioi.
Rev J. Leadingham, Rev. J. M. such occasions ns this," he closed Mr. Goo Kim than dolivorod At tho meeting of tho Board of flotiril of
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Lewis, Dr. Sloggett, Dr. Burgess by saying, "when a common in- tho keys to Air. Chu Kem, tho Education yesterday afternoon the Miuistcr Kiug presided ovor n
aud wife, N. F. Burgess, Mn. J. terest in the highest welfare of president of tho Hospital Asso resignation of Miss Edith Mist as meeting of tho Boatd ot Agricul-
Sole Agents for tho Republic ot Hawaii. humanity unites us in sympathe- ciatiou, saying in English: "I
M. Whitney, Senators Hunry a teacher in tho public shools was ture yesterday
Watorhouso aud Cecil Brown, tic accord that wo realize to some hope you will do good woik. Do aftornoou.
extent tho glorious conception of tho host work you can do, so that accopted. The, transfer of tho forester and
John S. Walker, C. B. Reynolds,
A. B. Wood, W. W. Hall, H. a uuirorsal brotherhood. May all the sick peoplo will como By order of the Board no change laborers from Makiki nursery to
Bergor, H. Lose, W. H. Pain, T. the inspiring lesson of this after- hero." will bo made in tho methods of Nuuauu valley was ordored.
F. Lansing nnd representatives of noon's experionco abide with us Mr. Chu Kem nccopted tho koys teaching musiu at Pohukaiua Seoretary Marsden was granted
tho daily papers. as a stimulus to labor for tho inashoit address, thanking thu school at present. three months leave of absence
Mr. Goo Kim, Chinese Com- more porfect realization of this heads and members of tho organ- Residonts ot Kaipuhaa, Kohala, from April 1 on account of poor
mercial Agent, presided as the ideal, for the more completo at- izations concerned for thoir efforts portioned for tho establishment hoalth.
prosidout of tho United Chinese tainment of this most desirable in the noblo work, and tho repre- of a school at that place and Wrav Tavlor was aunomted to
Li t" jIIImb9uE Socioty. Ho was supported by
his colleague, Mr. Wong Qwai.
Mr. Wong Wa Foy, chairman of
sentatives of other nationalities
for thoir prosepen and sympathy.
oirored tho uso of uocoasjary build- ;ict iu Commissioner Marsden'B
ings on condition they bo allowed placo during his abhonro.
All who were to take part in thu tho building committee, now per- "Coronation" nnd tho doxology to namo tho toaohor. Action de- Tho balance of tho meeting was
formed tho ceremony of present- were 6ung in Chineso nnd Eng- ferred. taken up with a discussion on
A ft& s
coreinonies were seated in a hol-
low square at tho head of the hall.
Tho table in front of the chairman
ing tho keys of the hospital to Mr.
Goo Kim, delivering tho following
Hydu besought tho hoavouly
and Dr. A lottor from H. Z. Austin of matters porbiiuiug to tho work
regarding a substitute teacher being carried on undor tho super- - ji
VdJuuiunt had on it a basket of ilowors and neat address in 'English and Chin- benediction on tho bouovohmt en- for his wife, led to tho following visiou of the board.
a richly decorated oriental vase ese: "Four months ago I was ap- terprise Tea, lemouado and cako changes being made: It was de-
filled with a splendid variety of pointed to suporiutoud tho woro passed round to tho pooplo cided that Mr. Austin bo trans-
4V FOR .'. ferred to Hunapepo, in place of "Whirt'i ilm PlreT"
blossoms on oithor side. Potted building of this hospital. I went in their joata, and tho visitors
. st Mr. Soribnor; that tho place o'f When Frank Vida had tho
palms aud shrubs roao in a row to work at once, and now havo tho scattered ovor thu place on a tour mis-fottu- no
- - W- -
from the floor in front of tho ploasuro of seeing a successful of inspection. A salute of fire- substituto for Mis. Austin bo to have a lamp upset last v;
oloso, with ovorytliiag paid for. crackers instantaneously followed offered to Mrs. Neal, and that Mr. night, he kept cool until ho rang
h Two WfEEKS tablo. Tho guests of the event
had comfortable chairs facinc? the
master of enroraonics.'
For a httlo while boforo tho
Tho sum of $1000, which tho
building cost, I consider very
cheap. I havo now tho pleasure
tho oloso of tho oponing exorcises.
Following are the officers of tho
Wai Wa Yeo Yuou: 'Presidont
Brodio bo appointed to Knpaa in in tho alarm of firo.
place of Mr. Austiu. brother Dan, who was iu
anothor part of tho Iioubo, know
opening tho Government' band of handing ovW to you, Mr. Presi- Chu Gora; Vice Prosidont Wong L'emiilttel f.ir Trial. nothing about tho mishap and,
outside nlnvnd Hnlnctinnn. 1liv. dent of tho United Chinoso Socio Wa Foy; Treasurer Hong Quern; hearing tho whistles, wont to tho
AT, Ill tho Distriot Court this morn- tolophono nnd asked Contral,
,Mr. Lin delivored tho opouing ty, tho keys of tho hospital, fool- Sooretary L. T. Tshiu: Chineso ing Judgo do la Vorgno hold tho "Whero'stho firo?" Ho was as-
pmyur in vmneso. xuen a um-nos- e ing that my work is finished, and Seorotary Hoo GhickSin; preliminary investigation iu tho tounded to hoar tho reply, '
ohoir of young men and wo- hoping that all things in connou-- ' Board of Trustees poo Kim, caso of D. K. Brown, accusod of Vida's house u
men, with orgau aocompanimout, tion with it may be entirely satis- Wong Kwai, L. Ahlo, Ho Fon, embezzlement in couvortiug to and would havo King stroot," on
sang a hymn with charmingelTect. factory to all thoso interested in Ou Jan, Li Cheong, Wong Leong, his own uso a bicycle valuod nt Contral only for his brother's
Rev. Mr. Wong read the third thowolfaiodf tho institution. I Y. Ahin, Yuu Ki Ngan, Lum $10, tho property of N. F. Burgess cry of "Firel" raised for
chapter of Ecclosiastes in beauti- now request, Mr. Prosidont and whioh had lieon entrusted to his time at tho first
J Kum Chiu, Loo Cheong, Chung that raomont.
639. if ful cadence. Auybody would oflicorsof tho society, that you Ti, Chung Tui Sung, T. Kat Poo, euro. At its conclusion an ordor
know, tho book boing given, that will roliovo mo of all furthor res- L. Akau, Cheong J aokQuon, Lum was entored committing tho de- Tho Men lall Itoml.
i Notice. tho chapter was that about "a ponsibilities." Muu Tni, Wai Tuck Sun, Chung fendant for trial at tho next term
time for all things undor tho sun," Mr. Goo Kim responded in Wni Nam. of tho Circuit Court, with bail Minister King stated to a re-
John Commnucho having leased from its incomparable rhythm. happy terras, beginning with thoso W.J3. Akana is the superinten- fined at $200. Bail will probably porter at noon today that work ou
from D. MuKeuzIe the premises, Mr. Lin then delivered a brief few words in English: "All theso
dent and Chan Kok Sun and Li bo furnished during tho day. tho now Pali road, for which au
kuown u the NEW MARKET RES- discourso on a passage from buildings are paid for. I thank Kai appropriation was made by Uio
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery Fui, a graduato of
Store, on Merchunt Street, will take Luke. v you all. Ladies and gontlomon, I Dr. Koo's collego in Canton, KlluliaiiB Art LcuRait. last Legislature, would bo com-
charge and open out with a full sup- Mr. Damon, superintendent of thank you for coming here. I don't nro tho house phvsiciaus. menced as soon as SnrvoyorBrun-- or m
ply of eatables. r tho Chinese mission, then road an talk much English, so I will talk a Thoro woro no bods placed iu At a special meeting last even- had completed the setting of
Ordinary board, 21 tickets for eloquont address. He voiced the
welcomo of Chinese friends to all
little in Chinese." Ho then pro- tho lower wards at tho oponing, as ing it vrtia deoidod to opon tho tho necessary stakes. Mr. Bruuer
spring oxhibition of tho Kilohana commenced his work on Wednes-
flp Garnea'nd Poultry at transient ceeded with nu address in Chi- tho room was needed to accommo-
rates. Call and eeo me. whd had gatherod on tho occasion. nese, a translation of which was date tho public. The upper floor Art League on May 17 aud o day.
JOHN OAMMANCHO, While the hospital was not in n read by Mr. Tshiu. Tho Wai haB ono largo ward with ton bods, tho same for throo wooks.
Proprietor. technical sonse a missionary insti- Wa Yeo Yuon signified "a A large number of new members For Unit.
and a number of smaller ones woro eleotod.
tution, it was an oppression, in hospital dovotod expressly for with four, two and single beds. A cottago, stables
The Honolulu Sanitarium tangible form, of tho great onward tho bouefit of tho Chinoso." Tho bedsteads are of iron and and Borvaut'a quarters, situate on
10S2 King Street. movement in tlin lifn nf Mm Tho Chinoso had beon with them Colorado AffnlllU High Illkl. Wildor avenue. Largo grounds
bronzo, with a dovico for raising
race, which rocoivod its supreme in those fair islands for many v and loworing tho heads, nnd thoy Dekveii, Colo., Fob. 17. A bill woll laid out and planted with Ifd
Iloraollke PJaco, where Trained
A Quiet, impulse from the divine Founder years, and at this dato formed a nro fitted with both wire and stuff- makiug it a punishablo offense to fruit and ornamental troes; ono
Names, Massage, "Swedish Movement," of Christianity.as formulated in the largo part of their population. ed mattresses. At present thoro wear' a high hat at a theatrical full set of furniture and cooking
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training lll-l- .l
,1 - 1 -
TT- I .
The Chineso mercantile class and
h , may bo obtained. iuie. noquoieu uoniu-ciu- s' aro forty beds provided, but thero porformanco in Colorado passed stove can romain in tho house if '.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D definition of benevolence, "It thoso who had been engoged is room for ns many rnoro when tho Assembly today by a voto of wantod. , Apply to A. . Gear.
Telephono 030. Superintendent. is to lovo all men." Tho hospital iu developing tho resourcos required. 11 to 10. 210 King street.
:a V.. A.
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 5, 1897.
THE WISE BACHELOR. Mcrtgagco'a cf Intontion to
LL ih4V- -, QM,(fW'ERQ Wlmt llo Think .Umnt Men .Foreclose and of Sale.
- IIh Know
I Mj t-
TffHr!!i!l V Wnmrn.
When uwir.imu wimlrf to lini;r toother Notlco Is hereby given that by vir- FOE SALE!
women, nho t.y it's such an awful lxiro tue of u power of sale contained In a '
V SHOULD CALL lo Ictx'p a bankbook. certain raortgsge dated the 15th day
Castle & Cooke
of October. 1880, made by Muuoel
and EXAMINE The most fatal kind of henrt failuro
is the kind pooplo don't die of.
Gouveia of North Koua, Hawaii, to
John Mugoon of Honolulu, recorded
Our LarQ-- Assortment e
of Women havo such queer Ideas about
literature btcause tlioy think in dialect.
In the Hegli-te- r Olllre, Oabu, In Liber
117, page" Wi and 401, the said John
Mtigoon, mortgagee, intends to fore- 41&
(TLD' No man who likos to listen to his lit-H- o
close miirigagu for h breach of
JFik, child when sho says her prnyori can tho conditions In said morlgugo con-
III I w m V
he wholly irreligious
When a woman says, "That's just liko
herl" you may know she's tickled to
tained, to wit ; tho
tho ptlnolpal and Interest when due.
Notlie is ulfo hereby given that all
and singular the property in said mort-gsg-
A Rirl never thinks (hat tho man sho contained and described will be Valuable- Business Proporly.on
marries is going to bo tho kind to wear old ut public miction at the auction
his old co.it around tho house. room of James F. Morgin, on Queen Nuuanu street, bringing a good
When a fjlrl Rets married, all tlm slteet, In said Honolulu, on WeO'ies-ilay- ,
women who don't liko her hosiu to
the IMth day id Mun.li, 1897, at
12 o'clock noon of said day. The pro- rental. Sole Agents for
Watch for her had traits to show in her perly In said mortgage Is thus des-
When a Moiitau hears that a man she
has met has douo something bud, she
Six shares liithe Hul of Holualoa.
of N Kona, convened to Munoel Several Lots near Punchbowl the Hawaiian
f ' Just Received Direct from the London Factory, will uccr admit that she didn't expect Gouvcl and tsuni Ikiuku, M. R Sime-n-
iii'd Aio, aud I F Ilolia aud and at Mukiki, tho Choicest Resi-
it all along.
HOLLISTER & CO., Very few women can
rrspfct for thoir husbands when they
their Sera Kla by detds recoriled resptctlvo-l-
In Liber lib, p. p. 13J, 117, p. 422,
dence Property in tho city. A Islands.
118. n. 422. Hiid anatm 1 In Royal
IMl'OUTEHS OF seo them get rattled making a speech Patent 4412, L. C. A. 10770, Issued In porfoct view from Diamond Head
in public. the name ol Puuoiio conveyed to safd
A lulil arm s its new found luippl-ne- Oouvela by dei'd of Kcotil -.
to Ewa, Honolulu and Harbor.
to the one it lous b"st, a woman ncoideJ In I.lber
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.r tides. to tho one sho hales most.
As soon as a ninn gets his first gray
Comer Fort and Morchaut Streots. hairs he begins to boast lo his wife of jR. AU3jfKT
tho business worries hn has.
Tho ical reasou why women liko cats Deed. Four Houses and Lots on Punch-
Terms cash U. 8. Gold coin
is probably becauso they don't often at the expense of purchaser.
track mud all over tho Hoor. bowl street, only fivo minutes
For further particulars apply to
Lewes Cot After a girl gets married sho never
gets oil "her old joke about cigar ashes
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
walk from the Post Oflico.
MUSIC keeping moths out of the carpet. Da eil Honolulu, Feb. 28, lbJ7.
. , . , For Everybody:
When a girl looks so happy when sho
gets her engagement ring, sho is think-
ing how she will enjoy showing it to Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion to
We also have Comfortable TT
The only complete line of another girl. New York Press. Foreclose and of Sale.
If a man's dinner is right, su oiit nug.
Houses for sale ou easy torms si-
MUSIC GOODS I nnd ho rises from the table
So many ouriit.il rugs iiro nuido in Notice Is hereby given that by vlr
tue of a power of contained in a tuated on the following sheets; BS.i.'tBT5
In the Tftlnmls. A few
our epccitiltie.i .... of
conscious that his wife has thin touutiy that representatives of the
used the same judgment as to industry recently had a hearing before
price that she did in the selec- congress to call attention to the preva-
ceiluiu mmtgage dated tile 3rd dav of
August, 189. made by AlitoneFer-ua'idf- .
ami Moklhntia Fermuide, his
Berotaniu, Young, Vic-
Kukui, Has,-sing- er,
lent practice of undervaluing imported wife, of Honolulu, Oahu, to Alfred
Kingsbury Pianos I tion of the articles disposed of rugs at tho custom houses and to ask
there can be no indigestion to for a higher duty. Several Chicago con-
W. Carter, trustee, of sad! Honolulu,
and recorded in the Register Olllre. toria, Green, Thurston Avenue, f112
San Francisco Oflico,
The perfection of art in 'inly making Oahu, in Liber 157, pace 63, 61 and
follow. Our goods aro of the cerns aro not but they aro oriental rugs
light along, 55, aud by tho mid Alfud W. Carter, Punnhtm, Liliha and Nuuanu.
l'lano making also wiping )
kind which bring health, out tiuio as well as space. tiustee, duly assigned to J. Alfred
Magoou, the said J. Alfred Mngoou
CHICAGO COTTAGE OKOANS, Un happiness and a fat purse. "Do you make antique rugs here, Intends to foreclose said mortgage for
equaled in tone, beauty anil con- - tpo?" I inquired tho other day of a n breach ot the conditions in said
lable delicacies are a fad giiimlngAriiieuiau, who had risen from mortgage contained, to wit. : tho non
HKGINA MUSIC BOXKS, the Klntf
with us they are bought be a half finished picco of work. payment or tne principal ami interest Building Lot in all parts of tho
of all, plays over one thousand
cause wo Known tno average
rionoluluite is tond ot good
"Oh, yes," ho said, showing his
ivories; "dees rug, when he fiuishrd, is
two hundret year olt. " Chicago Times-Heral-
when due. Notice is also hereby given
that all and singular the lands, tene-
ments aud hereditaments In said mort-
city on the instalment plan. "Crown Flour
AUTOHAKl'S, everybody's instru- - gage contained and described will be
inellt, a child can play it. things for the stomach.. Our sold at public auction at the auction
GUITARS, we parry the celebrated prices are below the average Hani For the Olil Man.
Ornt room of W. B. Luce, on Queen street,
Henry t Mueou, Haryood and and special inducements are "Papa,"said the thoughtful little in said Honolulu, on Thursday, the
other muko-i- , from $1 up. son of tho railroad president, "if hus- 25th day of March, 1697, at 12 o'clock
Several well established Lodg-
offered to cash purchasers. Our noon of said day. The property covered
BAN.J03, Stewart, Fairbanks &
other wellkuown latest importations include the
best goods obtainable in the
band and wife .uo really one"
"As they are, my boy," put in the
by said mortgage is thus described:
All of tho following described piece ing Houses. makes sweeter
ACCOUDEONS, the celebrated "1m and tract of land Bltuate at Auaukal,
" why is it you m.iko 'em pay two Walklki. Island of Oahu, being same
perlal" and other good Hues. English markets. fares to ride on your load?" Chicago premises described in Royal Patent
leJ And a thousand and one other Copeland's English Peas; Post. Wo. 2833, L. U. A. sso. UU7U, contain-
smaller InHtrumeutH too numerous lo Cod's Roe, Mackerel in Mus- ing three (3) npanasof an area of three CofTeo Lauds on Hawaii unci a
mention. Tit For Tat. hundred and ninety-on- (301) square
tard Sauce and Cambridge Motiior You don't know how ynn fathoms, and being ttiosamo promises
Our celebrated Wall, Klchol Co. Sausages in tins are so well worry me, dear. Why, my hair is turn- conveyed to the mortgagor by Opunul Pineapple Ilanch with limo'and
"Staii" Brand of ing gray! et. al., by deed r. corded in tno Regis
put up that it would be diff- Florric My, how you must have tcr Olllce, Oahu. In liber 70, page 144. other fruit trees near Honolulu.
r GUITAR, FIOUN ana icult to detect the difference worried gnuidmal Her hair is all white. J. ALFRED MAGOON,
As-iUi- of Mortgage.
between them and the same London Household Words.
J3JNJO STRfNGS, Deed at expanse of purchaser. Terms
cash U. S. Gold coin.
Are the best made. Use no other.
articles direct from the market. IU Definition. 646 td
Dated Feb 2S, lb97.
"Toyssonneau" is a long Son
Papa, what is history?
name to put before Pate but Great Historian History, my son, is Bread tlian
Sheet Music, the combination makes the best
tid bit ever placed before a
an individual opinion on an aggregation
of hearsay ovldcuco highly colored by
tho piojudico of the witness.
Music 'Books, gourmet. These are goods York Pess.
that anyone may cut without 4lll7i'u Attention. .... ....
13 DONE AT
Agency, any other."
INSTRUCTION BOOKS tear ot inrlwrnctirm followiiu
...V..nW... tiro ilnys of considerable
For all Instruments.
Ihoy aro nut up in the best rtuxioty nnd perplexity to all who
factories in Europe and come
to us in elegant condition.
Iiuvo possessions or other interests J. P. RODRIGUES'
Our slock Is the most varied to be in tho Republic of Huwiui, nud it
found this hlti of 'Frisco, and the is time that our citizens came to a
rices the same as you pay in the
S tate. mutual understanding ou several Tailoring
All instruments sold on easy month- importaut issues. The prospects Establishment, 210 King Street and 207 Mer-
Lewis & Co.,
for Annexation appear at presont
vague and indistinct, and our chant Street. 342 Fort Street. John Nott,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., destiny cannot bo foretold with JSTo.
certainty. Tlioro are those, also,
I3T TELEPHONE 912 V Importers and Dealers in
K. The money savers for you. who still fondly cling to tho hope
Kort Streat. Honolulu, of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot be per- Clothing For tweWe years I have madecon-
ot our bsst people. Their
suaded otherwise, yet this out tinued pnlrouago is n guarantee of my
VTTT 404..AV v
. yv VV look appears tar rnoro hazy than success.
r t rzr& r HC. Q- - -
that of Annexation ovon to tho CLEANING AND REPAIRING
most "hopeful disciples of the
40 lj Fort Street. Monarchy, lint, fortunately, in In Btylo. First-clas- s
tho midst of all this uncertainty
Jeveler and Watclimaei?. tlioro is solnce camo to stay that
Buffalo Boor has
in the fact
L. C. Allies & Co. A.V. Gear & Co. Just Received
Z I 2? S" W.Si that patrons of all sorts, and OOkelWMercliantSt. Olllce 810 King St.
Having bought out the entire opinions may equally shaie the
stock of J E. Gomes I am prepnred
Gold and Silverware-- Steel and Iron Ranges,
r ??cr V IT :
to furnish First class Jewelry at rea- benefits of its invigorating and
sonable prices. sustaining, properties. We aro
Crockory and Ivorywaro,
.... AND ....
: 5g2 g? sT& ; Watchmaking and Repairing: a Specialty.
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will continuo to bo dispens-
Shawls, Screens, general Business .Agents
8r ed as heretofore at the ltoyal, Wbito GraBa Cloth, Muttinga,
teS" Native Work of all kinds. Also
S rUi - laps Wire Ornaments. Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa- "Wioker ami Steamer Choirs, Loans Negotiated nnd Collections DIMOND BLOCK.
13: loons. ' Cigars, Etc., Etc., Made.
121 & 123 King Btwet.
Meeting Notice. Stocks Bought and Sold.
sCf Portraits enlarged from small WING WO TAI & CO., Hooks Audited and Accounts Adjusted, CAN'T BE BEAT !
photos and handsomely framed
Tito Regular Animal Meeting of the Bills Bought and Notes
Stockholders of tho for $10 at King Bros. 214 Nuuami Sheet, Uoaoluln,
Navigation Co , L'd, will be held at My $10.00 Until Tubs, lined with best
tho Olllco of tho Company, on Tues- Nicely furnished rooms at tho CkAS.HUSTACE.Ju.,
day, Match 0, at 10 o'olock a. in. Popular House, 154 Fort street,
. Fii'e and Life Inpwance Ageqf$ quality, No. 10 ilnc, 0 in. ripe, Uuain and
r; w ;
! i ia g? n rf I? N. E. GKDGE,
from S1.00 per wook up.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
I'Iiir, with wood rim all complete. Other
dealers aro dumfonnded, and resort to nil
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Honolulu, H.I , Feb. ai, lb07. Sterling, tho painter, is' pre- Sprouted Cocoanufcs Ue not deceived, these Uath Tubs have
pared to quoto prices on roof been Bold foi $14 until I reduced the prloei
Stock Drulctr. Tiro aud Life In-
l' painting. Ho uses a composition of surance.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantee Batisfaotlon!
A. V. GEAR. coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho- Campbell niock, 200 Merchant Stroet.
For Sale !
you want n good Job cheap for Cash, V
. it - - ; nolulu. Small Bonabe Cocoanuts ready ring up Telephone 844, and I am your
oc : Subscribe for the Evening Bdl-leti-n for transplanting. Apply to mam
JAB. NOTT Jn,
M C.vV'4vV'i&i Telephone iiS, No. 8io King St. I
Evenina liuUetin 75c per month. 75 couts per month. 5!i2-l-
m AV. E. HOWELL. Tinsmith & Plamber
.jA iteaJuiv, Vi- - Ki "'
'?$' Vllii 4
jfwiP!BPPilipraPW,ww w: f'WflpJiflpff
EVENING BULLETIN, MAHCH 5, 18IJ7.
mmumuMmnm iiwiupww mmiwi
T AND CARPETS.
HiiLiiyiiiHWuuiu t,ii ii nniragii.juiMiiUU.ia
Jnpinr.i Cotlmi nmt 1ufi Fur
Tim Nntmli'onlci Mrtntht him!
Hnndsoiuo paniuoiry Hours teqalro
II., rlDO YOU LIKE CUBBY? $
fow If any nigs, lint in bedrooms with
MTJHA.TA. & CO. A feature of aluminum ware floors of hnnl wood or tho commoner
is the ease with which it iB kind staiucd
n ruR will bo found an
r JUST' AERIVED notunl necessity, especially in cold W
cleaned. No matter how dark wuathcr. Axminstcr, wilton and brns
it may jet over the fire, a pinch sols enn nil borugs of any desired yard
purchased by tho TRUE INDIAN CURRY
Fine Japanese Matting, Rugs, &c arid mado into
of soda in the water in which with deep borders to match. Japanese
Fine CrepeNShirts Any Style! the utensil is washed will clean rotton arc much cbcapor than these and
nro exccodiuKly pretty, but tho most NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
it as bright as polished Vilver. artistic of nil nro tho jnto rags, which
ISS" Cheapest in the City. Tho impression has tionc forth iiiiisiiucrndo under tho titles saraccn, by'
, , ., :.
KMUIIIJU, 1MUIIU11 IIUU BUK1II. ml
that aluminum will not standi
, Ul0 B01tcstt mmt rcnnpd oombina.
Curry Powder as tnndo by us is prepared after the Original '
MURATA & CO., 301 Nuuanu & 2 Hotel Streets. 1 tioM oi or clso in brilliant bines,
yellows und scarlets-mi-
hard knocks This 'is a mis--
nro but littlo
'liecipo from tho Purest Ingredients. s.
take, because when it sustains
affected by sunlight. Thry wenr vory
CLACS BrRECKELS. Wm. G. Ikwih.
Tjje Yokohama Specie Bank; such Injuries ns usually happen well indeed and nro not nt nil expen-
sive, n roj? G feet long and 0 fcot wldo
lite ftjJBclreluo. Subscribed Capital
Paid Up Capital
tin pans, etc.,
push it back costing only ?8. They nro nlo ruicrsi-bi- o
in place and it is as good ns not, in ninny rasesThey' nro light enough
mid conic fringed or
just wsr THY IT CXLSrOJLi; --
Ik'sene Fund Yen 4,130,000
BA,H1CER,S. now. to bo tnken out of doois nnd woll shak-
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. en without lunch exertion mid nro now
HONOLULU H. I. Mauufacturers have so add nnd tlicu used for portieres ni woll ni
MUNCHES AND AGENCIES. ed to the list of articles that rugs. For tliedrir.ving'rooui nnd library
'frl tan Franrhco A'icnii This Nevada Uakk oir Kobe, tho Pornian nig remains the favorite.
San Fiuncisco. London, Lyons,
Shanghai, ' there are few things Used in Tho old fnshlonid felt dvuggothai al-
11aw exchanob on
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Transacts a General Bunking and Ex-
the 'kitchen that nro not made mostin completely liavo como of fashion,
but its plneo ingrain nrt
am Fhanoisoo The Nevada Hank of San change Unfitness,
of it. Wo have a largo stock squares of different thicknesses, whicli 527 Fort Street, corner Hotel.
nro far nttr.iotivo and do not cost
London The Union Bank of London, Ltd. Agency Yokohama Speiie Bank
Now yoiiK American Exchange National New Republic Building, 111
of this ware, and a largo as- so very nioro more. It is very poor pol-
Klne St, Honolulu.
Bank. sortment, a partial list of which icy to buy tlicso in anything but pure
Merchant National Hank.
Comptolr National d'Etcompt de
Beiilin T)redner Banks
HOXOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong ft Wholesale Dealer in
S. KIMTJBA, is here given:
woo), for tho mixed cotton and wool
ones soon loso color and do not wear
Saucepans, Fry Pans, Pre- wolL fur ruga nro always stylish ii)
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
Blianclial Banking Corporation. serving Kettles, Tea Kettles, cold weather. Even tho coarser kindc
New Zealand and Australia Bank ol New Wines. rjreat
Yictohia and Vancouver Bank ol Mon- t- Liquors and Provisions, Sakl a specialty.
Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Tea show off to nn open advantage newest
sprend beforo Jlro. Tho
(Successor to CE. Williams. H. H. Williams k Co.
103 Kekiinnaoa Street.
Stccpors; Gallon, Quart and goatskins havo whito renters in tho nnd Williams Bros.
TraEsact a General Banking and fiicliange Bnsiness
Telephono 703. shape of an animal outspread, with a
Depolsts Received. Loans made on Ap-
'Measures; Collapsible 10 inch border of deep red, thick, brown
Commeiclal and Travelers lavender fur or rather goat's
Cups, Cocktail and Lemon- or evenMany of tho fur rugs havo tho
Credits Issued. Bills" of ExcbanRO uoURUt
and sold. W. W. Ahana -- hair.
ade Shakers, Funnels, Dip- - hearts of tho animals left ou and mount
Collections Promitlt Accounted For,
Makes Clothing to ORDER of th
very best materials and in tho very
per's, Cako Pans, Perfection ed, hut it is hardly necessary manner
that when arranged in this
Undertaker and Emklmer.
latest Btyle. . , . Cake Pans, Lemonade Sal- bearskins, tiger skins and buffalo hides
BISHOP cSc Co. vers, Muflin Tins, Corn Cake rooms.
A. Perfect Kit
are not suitublo for nny but tho largest
For thoFO who do not caro for bare
Pans, Broad Tins, Puco Boil- floorrf nnd rogn tliero nro most beautiful EEMOVED TO
BANKERS. ers, Drip Pans, Cako Plates, designs in carpets. Lven tho cheapest
Transact1 a General Banking ALL. OF MY mado with distinctly
Dish Pans, Perfection Cake of ingrains is in colors that linnno-liiz-
and Exchange Business.
WOrKMEN nrtlstio effectAIB o
516 Fort Street.
Commercial and Traveler's THOrOUGH MECHANxCS Plates, Bread Mixers, Chafing with different wall papers and
Letters of Credit issued, avail-ahl- o Dishps, Lemon Squeezers and show off to advantago thoaro mado with
ings, if tho selections
in all the principal cities Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty Limped, Saucepans. caro.
It is a singular fact that tho colors
of tho world. which aro fashionablo in dress fabrics
or millinery nro gcucrnlly tiio favorites
W. W. AHANA. in carpets r.nd furnituro coverings. Tho F Telephone 171). Night Telephone 815. --
The . . . Napoleonic cra7.11 lias mado green ill all
shades the leading lino in silks, velvets &
- Hawaiian Electric
No. 321, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT TAILOR, V
C T. AKANA.
Von Holt Block.
nnd ribbons. So green nppcars in
nowebt carpets and rugs, from brilli
emerald to tho deep moss; nlso tho
poleonio wreaths nnd bees aro used in
many designs, says Tho Standard Do
5 THeo. H-- - Dies Co,
signer, the Krarco of tho foregoing.
Cor. Alaken k Hnlokauwila Sts.
Fine Suitings madcto order at lowest prices,
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired. J.J.WILLIAMS
A Snbxtltutc. xxunxrriiD,
Has a largo assortment of
A Mil- j.
623 Fort Street, Yea Sing Tai Building.
Elec- LadiBs DrBss Maker, Art -:- - Fotos W.t
13T" Fine woik n specialty. Also. vory
fine Underwear mado to order. All wor
Constantly on bund. guaranteed. 447.6m
Estimates given for' house wir- The Most Complete
ing and Electrical plants.'
Marino Wiring a specialty,
Ens Just received a new line of
and Artistic Series Commission .. Agents!
DRY GOODS. LADIES AND GENTS of Island Views Ever
SHOES AND GENERAL MERCHAN.
Agent for the following rico plantations;
Exhibited. Dry Goods,
Mrs. Newwcd (jnst from the market,
Wnipio, Wntawa, Waimalu, Walalua,
KnneoliA nnd Knpalnroa.
My rico from Kaneohe Is marked
to hubby) John, doar, I rouldn't find
nny of thcuo uuuvasback ducky, but I got Hardware AND
L A and is guaranteed Al.
P. O. Box 114, ...
. Telephone IBB,
Tho Latest Applicances for Fine
WorK pertaining to I'liotograpny
ouo of tho loveliot-- t cuuvasbock haws
yon over saw. To Dato. Groceries.
At WAIKIK1 on car line and on
ROAD near Fertilizing REOPENED ! Ar.vliiircil.
These lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Sailors' fome Restaurant
Lu Hung Co., Proprietors.
Chiokon and Ice Cream Sandayg.
521 1 Fort St.
- - Tel. 151 Anchored is what tho man snitl
when ho dropped iuto tho Anchor
Saloon. "Why? said his friend.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Desirable Aero Tracts near the city and All new, neat and clean. . . . BocnuBO yon can always got a
K other Properties for sale. Board (per month) $17.00
Carriage Manufactory cool rofroahing "drink eorved by and Dealers in- -
21 Meal Tickets 4.00 goutlomanly attotulnntR, and if
BBUCE, WARING & CO., Single Mcul. .25
613 to 621 Fort Stroet you happen to drop in during
Dealors in Lota nnd Lands, luuuu hour you will lie regaled
312 Fort Street, near King.
P. O. Box 821. FOR . . .
Best Imported Chinese Tea,
Carriage Builder with solide as woll ua liquids. In
fact the lunch at tho Anchor is
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD- snid by many to bo tln best in -
W. ACHI & CO,,C , Blicksmithing in AU Ita Branches. town. The, colcbriitud Seattle -- AND-
WARE, CIGARS, ETC, boer is on tap.' It is sparkling
Brokers & Dealers Fine Chinese Teas freshly imported. Very
low prices. Go to W. W. "VVltlOIlT, Proprietor. and ieo cold. Tho finest of wines
nnd liiiuors in town are to be had
WING TAI LUNG. (Successor to O. West) at this popular resort.
REAL ESTATE 14- 1- 3J1 Nuuanu street.
H. HACKFELD & GO.
TOM CHUNG KEE, King Bros, have jtiBt filled an
X5T We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
U parts of the group. v
I3T We will Sell Properties on Reason- Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle- GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
213 Nnnanuordor for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America. H. HACKFELD & CO.
able Commissions; Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
men's Shoes. 201 to 215 Fort Street
OFFICE, 10 West, King Street anil BLoes to order, I use the best Cor. Fort 'and Quoen Streets, Honolulu.
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
lioots day, wook or month. Tonus: iJ5
material. Goods warranted towear well. 14- 2-
and f50 conts por night. $1, and TKLKI'liONK - 1". . BOX 18 0- --
DR. BERT. P. BURGESS, M. PHILLIPS k CO., --
Physician and Surpjeon
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
' Importers and Dealers la Wholesalo Importers and Jobbers of
$1 25 nor week.
Of tho Socrotary Disc Plow ono
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
TELEPHONE 853. of tho most auccGBBful plantation
European and American Dry Goods
manngerB writes tho Pacific Hard-
flours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m.. and 7 to 8 p.m. . . .
448 Punchbowl street or
143 Miller street,
Corner King and Maunakea Sta.
Fort and Queen Street.
ware Co.: "I havo deltyed writing
jou abuul tho work of tho Socro-
. Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
ALLEN & ROBINSON. myself in Plow, until its proper
tary Disc I satisfied "Sen Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern Btatea and Buope
A. C. WALL, D. D. S., YEE SING TAI CO., I regard to FKESfl CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY BTEAMER
working, I am buBy
Doulors in Lnrabor and Coal plowing a field with it now, and it All Ordoni faithfully attended to and Goods Delivored to any
(iv DENTIST. Furnitute Dealers and Painters. and Building Materiuls of all is doing fino work, am! I hope for
Part of the City FBEE,
good results from tho thorough Islahd Onraa BoLioitro, BATimoiiOK Goajunmhb -
New Love's, Building, Fort Stroet. SAIISMCTION OOAKANTEED. kinds.
Quoen Stroet, Honolulu, plowing it is roeoiving." EAST OOBNEH TORT AND KING STREETS.
TELEPHONE 454. Fort Stroet, opposite Club Stables.
"'"" - " BSr HEVIHEE"1"1 yifeHUMHHfMHBHnuHmHHHnMipini p.wwr,! awan.
vaHKl3lA r V
i i ii hi ii
iiiiiiiij iii it n it in jt - - rr, inrr f H wwmmiAi
iii m ll-- j
.I'lmwtaami.VKfmsAJLm rr, "l, iufhrti il, ':r:7Tr"UMU-"TBiiiiifii- inrTiL
ffiywt l? "T1,
iiVENIWG BULLETIN, MARCH 5 1MS7,
BALL suit that the Stars aud First
HIS DEFENSE OUTLINED EVERYBODY PUY ts
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
will piny on April 21, tho
First Begimento and St. Louis ou
May 1 aud thu Stars and St.Louis
why m:ri.i:K took :itaim NtMX'KSSl't'L, MI'.KIIMJ Of THE ou "May 8.
FRIDAY, MA11CU 5, 1897. WKt.i.r.ii'.s .mjii:. iiasi:iial,i. i.f.ms ri: ioiivV. The captains of tho three clubs
wero nuthorizod to draw up tho
linlnnnn nf tlin irninn Rp.llPllliln nn.
Begins Thursday, March 4th,
THE CHINESE HOSPITAL. i. I
"nrfliniT in llin rliiiwincr.
The murderer Wa n murine on Three 'Icnlu Will 11 I n Nerle On motion tho Baseball Bules B-
And will run Thursday, Friday and
II. 2l. A. TrlmnpH Wlirn nt il IHaiily-on- e tinmen limit of 189G weto adopted as a whole,
Yesterday brought forth a great Saturday Only. . . . ' . . .
Innolnlii In IHH7. Irum Not Admitted. which makes tho pitcher's box
ovciit for tlio Ohiucso colony of just GO feet 5 inches from tho
Honolulu and the wholo group.
It was nu ovont that reflected, There was a meeting ot dele-
Mr. ' O'Connor from the First
Ribbons, all widths, 5c. and 10c.
The last mail from tho Coast
brought up tho
Br much honor on tlio wealthy Chin-cs- o brought littlo news of import con- gates to the Hawaiian Baseball Regiments
tlio approaching Largest Reduction of the Season !
of this city, and ouo in which cerning tho Australian murderer Leaguo this aftoinoon at which subject of
tour of the Australian baseball
all huniauc hearts cannot but re- Butlei or Ashe, tho extradition Colonel J. II. Fisher kindly off- team, but it was decided to leavo
joice. Practical regard for suffer- proceedings not yet having ended. iciated as chairman iu tho absonco the matter of a gamo with them to 6 inch Ribbon, former price, QPrt
ing humr.uity is a criterion ,of There is littlo doubt that thoy of H. M. Whitney Jr., who was the three captains, as the League
Tho following could tako no official action. The
SBl.OO - -
now selling- at -
civiliatiou, and tlio Chinese would bo finished in timo to nllow uunblo to attend. delegates
evince that notnworthily by pro- of his sailing on the Alameda wore present: For the Stars J. sentiment amoug tho IHi. Seo Show Caso-ju- st inside the door. 3 .
was decidedly iu favor of getting
viding a hospital for their own which is due at this port next O. Carter Jr., Harry Wilder aud up a special team to take tho con-
sick and injured folk. Thoir Thursday. His attorneys were Tom Pryce. For tho First llogi-ment- s ceit out of tho man from tho Anti- AT THE I
leaders on the occasion of thu having trouble with tho United A. H. Moore, J. F. O'Con- podes.
The best of good feeling pre-
formal opening fitly
characterized the starting of the
enterprise as a stop onward aud
States Court, having eudeavoied nor and Captaiu
iu tho stuto courts to levy nu the St. Louis team James A. present
attaohmont for their foes on tho Thompson aud Pat Gleason.
A. Coyne. For
vailed at the meeting and all
promised to do their best
to make tho season of 1897 tho
TMSHM 1 &3!tlON
upward. Their clear admission
that western ways aio worthy of
jewelry and other property found
as ovidonco in his trials.
J. O. Cartpr Jr. was elected most successful in the baseball
in Butler's possession and needed secretary pro tern and the minutes historv of the Islands.
For of tho last meeting wero read and
For t Street, HL onol a hi .
adoption by their conservative this thoy have been cited for con- appioved.
race, if it wcie only in this ouo tempt before tho United States James A. Thompson mado a
Court on direct orders from tho verbal application on behalf of Auchored is what tho man said
respect of care for the sick aud
BiiHeriug, goes some way in prov-
Attorney-Gener- al at Washington, tho St. Louis team's admission to when ho dropped into tho Anchor
andtueir chances for heavy punish- tho League, and on motion of J. Saloon. Why? said his friend.
BJSISISJSIEISISISISISf: OHSisiaisiasisjajHJsite.'a it The Fever t
ing that if the Chinese are slow to ment aro good, as Unitod States O. Carter tho olub wad duly ad- Because you can s tlio Bicycling fevor, cittclics
change they are far from being of courts always punish contempt mitted. always get a you (or you catch it) wo would
cool refreshing drink sorved by
stagnant mind. Those of other
nationalities who were present at
the ceremonies in question would
with all the severity tho law
From a rocont issuo of The Call
J. O. Carter then read tho fol. gentlemanly attendants, and 'if
lowing letter from tho Maui boys: you happen to drop in during
it would appoar that Butler was Kaiiului, Maui, January 25, 1897. luuch hour you will bo regalpd
Mr. J. 0. Oahtkii, Mgr., Star with solids as well as liquids, lu i
Do Jo! liko a clmnco to prescribe for yon,
not that wo expect to effect a euro,
only to 8ell you, a womlor in
have noticed other evidences iu iu Honolulu in 1887, beiug at that m This is wlmt ono of tho Hawaii-
the same line. Most of tlio joung-e- r time on H. M. S. Triumph as a Baseball Club: fact the lunch at tho Anchor is
said by many to bo the best iu overlook the fnct that an Collect) boj'H writcH to liis futh- -.
men of tho Chinese there, in marine. He was known on board Dear sir: lu behalf of tho or reRtwdiiiu the best wheel to buy
we nro nt nil times prepared
particular those brought up and that vessel as "Dnikio" Ashe. lln Maui ball players, and as a rep- town. is Thetap. celebrated Seattle
for his siali'i : "I hold tho ltnmb
was identified tho othor day iu resentative of my team, wa put beer on It is sparkling to do your - - -
lor second to nouo in the couutry
educated here, woro dressed in Sau Francisco by John Conway, before ou, aud tho Honolulu aud ico cold. Tho finest of wines (tho U. S.), and if nuyono can
tlio European style. Tho Chiueso now in tho employ of Goodnll, Haseball League, a proposition aud liquors iu town are to bo had
mode is much tho more ai Untie, Perkins & Co., and Thomas. Col- for consideration as found below: at this popular
That nftor a most successful
rpsort. Copper Plate show a wheel which litis ttnvelccl
as many miles us mine 1ms with
prettier and inoro comfortable, lins, iu tho office of Ihe Superin ns littlo cxpoiise as initio I would
tendont of Streets, who were at meeting, wo finally came to the Of tho Secretary Diso Plow ono
lSf and tlio change must bo taken as
a real sacrilico for the sako of
ouo timo sailors on board H. M. following conclusions:
That wo should form an organ-
of tho most successful plantation Engraving and vory much liko to seo it.
changing tho gear from 01
S. Triumph. managers writes tho Pacific Hard- to 70 and tho saddle to ono of later
coming so much nearer into har- When tho two old sailors saw ization ou Maui, consisting of Joe ware Co.: "I havo delayed writing
mony with those nationalities the picture of Butlor thoy recog- Boss aud Akiua as well as othor you about tho work of tho Secre-
nized the face. Collins was posi-ti- vo Mauiites, as, Chas. tary Disc Plow, until I satisfied
Printing pntteru my cutiro expense for tho
wheel has been fifty contn. That
from whom thoy havo obtained Chilling-wort- h,
Kaulia, etc., aud ask myself in regard to its proper
I think is a protty good record,
real benefits, com pared with which the man was thoir old ship don't you? I am very much afraid
tho imro matter of clothes sinks
mato Ashe, and to make suro permission to enter iu tho league working. J am busy at short notice. If you that my jtires, tho same ones I got
Couwny went to see him a few as a Maui team; to repieeeut plowing a field with it now, and it are out of cards, don't tako on tho mnohine, will not last mo
into insignificance. What was days ago. Trio man Ashe was that Islaud in the great race for is doing fiuo work, nnd I hope for through tho next season. Thoy
most important of all, iu connec- with Conway and Collins iu 188G. baseball honors. good results from tho thorough aro nlmost worn through all over.
when the Triumph, while on her Bolow will be found the follow plowing it is receiving." ting them by sending to the
tion with the event, was beautifully
Coast, but let us do ,your It will cost ine from S12 to S15
rofoned to by Mr.Dtunon. That is, way out hero from England, put ing conclusions arrived at: to got now tires put on, but it is
into Chile While there a dotach-rnen- t (1). That an organization of a work for you. legitimate wear. I novor know a
the advance toward the grand of meu were put on board Maui team take place to enter tho
ideal, to which all true civilization
is tending, of human brotherhood.
from the ship Liffey, which was H. B. B. League.
then doing duty ns a prisouship (2). That tho playors consist
T5nelyJopiQ5 There's so much saving
of time, nnd tho cost is no
pair of tires to wear aB long and
as well as these have, considering
tho amount of travol. When yon
for the confinement of minor of tho old plnyors of tho Wailuku more to you. Besides we
consider that thoy havo traveled
Tho Stillril In Juvenile Lltrrnttirp. offenders. Ashe was among these. baseball team, and soveral outsid- think our work compares as far as fiotn Cleveland, 0., to
Tlirm In no nvioili why iiiiph', 1kiiuc He had been confuted on board ers to complete tho ten. favorably with any comipg Honolulu, ovor all sorts of roads
thoy lire lrtiion- - or ivpriitjiut, should con-wr-- the LifToy for stoaliug a ring. At (JJ)." That we will only join the from across the ocean. and paths, you will seo that thoy
In MllNil nnil iinii.itur.il hinsiinjro Victoria Conway and Colling, league on one condition, aud this must needs wear somo."
AtiHiti-lU- ) luirjil.ir In one of these ciMfylnit whobe terms had expired, left thu it,, reasonable terms, ns: LITTLE PITCHERS '
ttirltu (iinfiiwt ioutli'iilly, "Sly fltw tiro
ship, aud lost sight of Ashe. Wo ask for one-ha- lf of the gate
Your Gold Tho above opinion you will
inwv uiiiupniiiH than tin- - Imlts of my head find to bo tho opinion of about
or tlio MiiuN of ilio itlmrc, " hlch v At tho City Prinon Con wny and receipts to pay our expenses with. AND
Monogrammed every rider of a Kamblor in this
prolmHy true, lmt nut precisely the wny
tu whl li lli li'll
Butler recognized each other im- (lj. That we are willing to .
Dinner Cards city, and theie avo a lot of llanib-l- or
nil llfo lire mediately, and they talked for lmvu the schodulo ni ranged iu this riders hore. Our trouble has
woiii luiiokiiowloilo tlio fact. In unnthcr BIG PITCHERS can be gotten ready
talo. an KiikIMi oiio till' time, a littlo girl some timo. To Conway it is nutl- maimer: That tho teams of Ho- been to got enough wheels, tho
jmmrU i rashly ask hor hither for et stood Butler outlined his pro- nolulu play a gamo each among within a few days after leav- makers not renlizing thnt wo waut
Komo vrill Inr Itifiimmlion Ho (jlei It posed defense when he is tried in themselves, fliou wo will go down
with tho iimpil (nitnlllotjiii'iiou mid then Painted and Unpainted ing the order, whilst to send '97 stock before tlio snow has
whit by wny of ooiiiinoiuhitlon, "Slimy Australia, and also his reasons for and remain three Sotuulnys aud by the myriad. avvay means fib least three molted iu thoir country. By tho
uhllilivn iini hi fooll-- h as In lw ashamed now being known as Weller. play 11 gamo each with thu throo Australia this week wo received 7
to lot thnwj they (.iiiimtw with illwiiTcr Conway has told his friends teams. weeks. Isn't it better to ladiea' wheols, aud six of them wo
that thovilo not comprehend m cry thing that Ashe mado this statement. (5). That all tho gamos be have us do your work for havo sold. By the Miowera mail
that Is K.ilil to them, by which means they Ho had a mining claim in tho played in Honolulu, in tho leaguo JAPANNED CASH BOXES
often linhllx' erroneous Ideas ami perhaps you? wo ordered 20 Eamblors nnd by
remain In Ijfiioninee on iniin essential Blue Mountains, but had no capi- giouuds. this week's mail wovaro ordoring 5
MihJivlH, whim by iiiitl)iiln their friends tal to work it, consequently ho
they mijdit c.islly luvo obtained cornvt with and without Trays. more, and wo havo orders in for 2
nnil useful knowledge." If Helen ever ven- in the Sydney papers for llosppctfully yours, llncfirth so l)v return Allatrnlln no
tured on another ijuery nfter that, nhn a companion with somo means. Haiiiiy 0. Mo.ssman, "will havo 27 Bamblers, and in fut
her late. Allies Hoppllcr In Scrlli Captain Leo Wollor responded,
ho said, and agreed to join him.
Acting for Maui.
The statement boiug made that AGATE IRON SAUCEPANS
H.F.Wichman ure wo uo not propose to lose the
sale of any wheels by not having
ltojnl Jtnail. On tho day of "Welter's death the Leaguo had no power to make thorn on hand. Romombor that
People will dlseover ut hist thut royal Butler said ho had left" the placo special terms with any olub, that BaiaiaiaEisisJSi3isisiaisisiaj3Eiaisjsi3isjsi3isi the Rambler is fitted with tho 6nly
roads to anything can no more be laid In whero the mine was located, and AND tiro that has provedontirely satis-
Iron th.iu they can In dust; thut there ure,
being a matter resting solely with
on his return ho found the dead tho Association, on motion of J. factory in this country, tho groat
In fact, no roynl raids tu anywhere worth
K''iK to; tint, If there were, It would body of Weller in. the hole which A. Thompson tho application was TELESCOPE COFFEEPOTS "G. & J." Thero aro imitations to
thut ijistiint. een-u- i to bo worth Roliifr to I ho had been digging. rejected. ' this tiro to bo- found horo, but if
moan do far its tho thlnirs to Ihj obtained He said ho was "thunderstruck" you don't find it out whon you buy
nro In .my way estimable In terms of price,
for then are two classes of precious tiling
In the world thon that f!od gives us for
at this discovery and for a timo
did not know what to do. To re-
Tho following officers wero then
elected for tho present year by a
unnnimouB vote: HANDSOAAELY PAINTED
Eagle -- :-
House thorn, you will af tor you havo used
them a while, to your sorrow. The
nun, iilrand llfo (lxith mortal turn to Sydney and report the NUUANU AVENUK. genuine "G . it J." tiro is to be had
life anil Immortal), and the secondarily
PresidentH. M. Whitnoy Jr. COAL HODS
death ot his late companion would Vico-Preside-
Arthur Coyne. Mrs. Harry KlBmniB, - - Prop, only at tho Rambler Agency, and
picclims thlliK" wliieli lie glcx u for a oreato suspicion of his beiug tho
price. UhcMs secondarily precious things, Secretary and Treasurer W. there you can got tho right artiolo,
worldly wine and milk, can only lw murderer, aud as ho had no way C. Wilder Jr. N. B. Which don't let the fullyguarautoed.
bought for deiiulto nioiioy. They nuveri 4111 of disproving this he decided to H. M. Whitnoy wnB elocted coal lie on the floor. New Management.
Iji cheapened. No cheating nor bargain
liur will uwr ttet a Hlnglo thing out of
cover tho body up and get out of official umpire for the season Commodious Rooms. When "The Fever"
turo's I'niulillshiucnt nt half price. Do wo
the country tho best and quickest with power to appoint substitutes the bicycling fover
v.ml to bo strong? We must work. To lie way bo could. Consequently ho aud assistants. TABLE BOARD THE FINEST catches you,
Imntrryf We mut ntuno. To lw luippyr
Wn must lie Kind, To lo wiser Wo imint
said ho mado his way to New- At this juncturo Colouol Fisher PIPING HOT LUNCH PAILS .... Ih'CLUlUMI .... MANY
look and think. HiihMii,
castle and shipped on tho n Swan-hild-
was called away and Vico-prcsi-de-
Buy a RAMBLER.
under tho name Leo Weller,
thinking that should any inquiry
Coyne officiated in tho chair Two compartments; Cups Palatable German Dishes.
Wbltunusli th Ovn.
flood linking iwpilns clean ovens. n cau-
tion much mora neiessary than would ap-
be mado for Wollor tho conclu-
sion would bo arrived at that ho
for tho balanco of tho meeting.
On motion H. M. Whitney Jr. '
Fitting on top for CofTee,
Tea, AAilk or Toddy.
Notice of Copartnership.
E. 0. Hall & Son
was appointed a committee of ouo
pear. Them Is a distinctly different flnurhad shipped and left the colonies, Rambler Agency.
la broad and" moats lmkod In tiled ocns to confor with tho officers of tho The underpinned, eucli of Honolulu,
from thosu eiKikod In tho black, isioty thus averting any investigation as Hawaiian Baseball Association iu the Island pfOahu, Rupublloof Ha-
ovens of the nvcxugu rango. A suggest Ion
Is to whitewash rango mens, afar they
to what had become of him. Tho
carryiug away of tho effects of
and arrange tortus, poroontago of is3- We have all the above - waii, havo formed a coparinerHhlp with
euuu other, for thu purpose of carrying Poundmaster'a Notice.
games, etc., for tho spasou, tho ou a Commission, Heal Kstiile and
huvo lieen scrupulously cleaned, to add tuWollor, ho continued, was a part rates agreed on not less than
mentioned commodities. Inxurauco Buslntfcs at Ko. IU Queoit Notice Is hereby glvou that one Bay
their light ttnd wholunoiiicncs. of the plan, so nothing could be those of last year. street, Honolulu, under the Arm uamu Filly, no brand, whlto spot on the
found belonging to the victim of "Henuy Watkhiiousk & Co." forehead, also on the noe, two fore-
Awfully Slow. It was unanimously Bgreed that HENRY WATERHOUSE, feet black and tho twoilmlfWf white,
lie Dirllug, I mo loved you otcr that might in any way lend to an
slnco first wo iiict.
tSJio Well, why didn't you gay so long
inquiry as to his whereabouts.
a schedule of twenty-o-
should be nlayod this soasou.
THE ARTHUR H WOOD,
HENRY WATERHOUSE, Jit.
in Jmpouuileil lu the Government
Pound at Maklkl, Honolulu ; and If
I)ld im think I mm u mind reader?
This, it is understood, will ho After a good deal of discussion, Dated Muroh 1, 1897. o!8-3- t such Is not clulmetl and all
Clcvtland Iioaih r. Butlor's defense whon placod on a motiou anally prevailed uxiug Hawaiian Hardware Co. T N. Pound clwrRef autMled ou or before
trial iu Sydney. tho date of tho first gamo on Sat- FERNANDEZ. SATURDAY, March "0, 1807, at 1"
LIMITED, o'clock noon, the same jvlll be sold ou
That piotnro in King Bros', urday, April 24. NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER that date and hour to thp hlth.wt bid-'- '.
window which has nttracted so Consumption is more provalent The captains of tho three foams Opposite SpreckelB Bank, K. KHKIJENK,
203 Merchant street, Cumplwll
much attention is not tho portrait in Iroland than in either England then proceeded to draw lots for Hlook rear of J, 0. Carter" offloe, V, 0, Honolulu, H.
T., March 6. 1607.
of anyone here. or Wales. tho first two games with tho ro- - NO. 307 FORT STREET, iiox .u 550 3t.
yTJ- - v
ywwwp?' ' ,
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 6, 18J7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tho Kinau took six Volcano
tou lists away this morning.
Sotuubody's filly is impounded.
Tho Zonlnndia brought six pns- -
Tim Merchants' Exchange has a
conspicuous announcomout in this
J. T. WATERHOUSE New Spring Goods
acugor for this port. issuo.
L. A. 0. Parish and O. Olmsted
...'... JUST OPEN AT
Philip Peck. f tho Olaa'coffoo-man-
N. S. SACHS'
haB gone homo. roiarneu to inoir respective uomes Ameridan Manufacturers
today. ' ,m --
David Dayton has added ahouso could not understand our
Dr. J. Wight and W. W. Street Fort
and lot on xoung stroot to his salo
list. Goodalo roturnod to Hawaii this Shirt Waist order for mid- 520 Jrlonolulu. M VJ
morning. winter, so the rilling was de- THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS! hL
Fully of tho land in
layed a steamor. If it had
Qreat Britain is owned by mom-bo- rs
Mrs. H. T. Walker and Miss
Alice Walker left for Hawaii on been for furs wo would havo
of the House of Lords.
tho Kinau today. had tho goods. Now they aro Organdies, Fancy Printed
Miss Mildred M. Kingsley was 'A:
married to E. E. Mossman last
ovouiug by Ilov. D. P. Birnio.
Tho now Wildor steamer
Hclone started on her first trip to POWDER
here a hundred different styles
everyone prettier than its mate.
DIMITIES, PIQUES, .TO
A diminutive Hawaiian boy was
Hawaii last evening.
Wm. G. Irwin, F. W. Mncfar-lan- o
Absolutely Pure. No telling how many dozen; Greizadhzes, Homespztaz, Liizetzs, '':
arrested last night for wandering I enough for an ordinary store, '''yi
about tho streets' at a lato hour. and J. Ronton wore pas-songo- rs
Celebrated for Its great leaVcnlng strcnKtli but half of them may Jjo gone
by tho Kinau. and licnlthrulneis. Assure tlio food against
Tho big reduction ribbon salo by noon today. Twenty cases An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots,' etc. '.''J
Nicely furnished rooms at tho to the mid nil brands. of adulteration common
at tho Tomplo of Fashion will Popular Houso, 1C4 Fort stroot,
cheap KorAl. IIakino Vow-un- it
opened at noon today.
positively close Saturday evening.
Tho avorago residue of ashes
from 81.00 per week up.
Co., Nr.w YunK.
Other goods for ladies woro
marked this morning and aro
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cufl's.
A largo uumbor of poonlo wore
loft after tho cremation of tho present at tho danco given by tho ready for your inspection; a
M- - c ,huuian body amounts tq only 8
Myrtle Boat Club last night. better .lot was never shown, jSTew The Bolero Jackets
Miss Edna Hay ward, daughter Have you n copy of the : : nor better prices asked for In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
W io Misses Eva and Helon of Captain Hayward, is a through : : you. Now goods there, tho
.cylrtirkor left on tho Kiunu this
;5v .morniuc for Hawaii for an oxtoud- - passenger in tho S. S. Zonlnndia. Ilobron Drug Go's, now latest ideas of Parisian and !N"ev Ribbons ! ISTew Trimmings I
opy fEli o
od visit. At J. T. Waterhouso's an im- English makers.
V Tho trial of Miss Santos, other
wise known as Minnie Voir, for
larceny has again been postponed
to March 0.
mense variety of new dress goods
has just been opened. Soo tho
Miss Bogle, a missionary, ar-
Organdie Alixe, Valencia,
Cotton Jaconet, Parisian Or-
gandie, Swiss Organdies, pot-to- n
rYl I CJ)rJ
vmi fr irir3 'a
Ah Kui was fined 850 and costs
rived from tho South in the steam-o- r '
Zealandia. Sho will bo a guest some people call them, and EXAMINE
by Judge do la Verguo this morn-
ing ou a plea of guilty of opium
of Mr. Frank Domon.
Tho Hawaiian Commercial
Agouoy has just issued a little
BOOK that are beautiful effects. As
firm as Silk Grenadines and
protty cotton prettincss.
Xjaro:e Our Assortment of
A small dog bolouging to a fire-
man foil off the hoso wagon on
tho commercial rating Read of tho other goods, new
tho way to tho firo last night and
was badly hurt.
of all tho business firms in tho
city The book is different from tho
Mr. R. C. Hurt, a passenger for ordinary Its free to
today. Swiss Book Muslin,
White Cotton Pique, (plain or
i Three B' "B:: ',-- 6
Bishop Willis vill hold figured); Fancy Figured Rib- JBMHlllllin3ggt
services at Kilauea, Ka Honolulu in the Zealandia, is a anyone who will call or write. bon, Tnfeta Ribbons, Yoking
uai, noxt Sunday, having already
: f .,
newspapers of Melbourne, Aus-
ti.n i. Embroidery, Striped Tucking,
loft for that purpose. tralia. Better "ret one to-da- v.
Awning Cloth,, Figured Di-
Miss Alico AValkor, who' has W. W. Goodalo was unable to mity yards for a dollar;
beon viiting in this city Tor sev- dcm'do what disposition should be Tarloton all shades, Linen
eral months, returned to Kohala made of his father's remains until Torchon Lace, Valenciennes
in the Kinau with her raothor to- ho hoars from rolatives in tho Laco, Puggarees, etc. ti
W. "W. Bruuer, tho surveyor, is
East. They will likely remain in Hobrqn Drug Co. Remnant Counter THIS
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.. -
tho Poty vault for two months yet.
to take charge of the work on tho
- new Pali road and has alroady
February G, an engineor of long
experionco writes tho Pacific
Kin" Sz Fort. WEEK. HOLLISTER & CO., IMPORTERS OP
commenced tho necossary sur- Hardware Co., as follows: "I
rocoived your circulars concern- T. WATERHOUSE ,..,--
The alarm of firo last night ing Vacuum Oil and as I have
came from tho Vida residence on used them since, having tho power Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles. -
King street. Tho blaze was ex- of selecting my own oil, I can Aucliini Sales by W; S. Luce. Queen. Street. Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
tinguished beforo tho department only echo the facts which thoy ex-
George A. Turner left for Hilo Harry Leo, the groat imperson- HANDSOME
today to take the positjon of Col- ator, and valet arrived in tho
lector of that port, x'c0 Arthur
day aud tomorrow.
Ho was accom-
panied by his family.
Jordan's silk sale only runs to-
All the fiuo
Zealandia from tho Colonics. Hougejjoid
Harry will play horo. Before go-
ing to tho Colonies, ho' played for
a year in tho Empire Theater,
London. A fiuo Danish, hound is On THURSDAY, irarch 11,
BIG v SILK v SALE viJJ
silks that aro now selling aB low
as 10c. will bo taken off tho coun- -'
n pot of tho playor, touring tho
globe with his master. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Another Monster Reduction
tor at "tho dosing hour tomorrow. On ticcnunt of iiilondecl departure of
There will bo a social at the
Christian Church, Alakca street,
this evening. Doors open 7 p.m.;
MIW. lJltOWN, I flmll Hell at her
Hediileiii'e, corner Alukt-- ami Hotel
Htret-ts- , the Entire Household Fur-
niture, conslstliif; of
entertainment starts at 8. s Mem-1'jjr-
and friends will be cordially
Cune Clmlr.H mid Tulilee,
of Cnrveii nud Inlaiil MnhnKnuy,
AT JORDAN'S .V
The concert to bo given by tho
Kalihi-waon- aschool children to- Upholstered Sofas & Chairs,
morrow evening, will tako place
in the Arion hall, roar of tho The Hnndsoine Parlor LmnM,
, Opera House, instead 'of at tho
drill shed as originally intended.
Hug-- , Kiigruvlng', Lace Curtiilns,
Large Mirror with Koa Stand,
BegiiiBing Monday, March 1, 1897. 4
It sooms to be generally under-
stood that 'Wj.J. Coolho, the de- n W. MnrblMnp Sideboard.
11. W. Exton-lo- n Dinlug Table.
faulting clerk of tho District Court, 11. W. Dining Cliulra, 'K
is to bn given time in which to
square up his indebtedness to thq Exchange 2 Extremely Handsome Break- JffiE S ILIvS
Government, as has boon tho rulo fast, Dinner and Tea Sets,
in similar affairs.
..v h V
At a meeting of the Jockey will have Oue Grand White and Gold Ten Set,
Louugo,'Gla8swure, Crockery nod tJaioanese Silks from lOc. up,
Club last evening Secretary Wild-
Carved B. W. Bedroom Suite,
er was instructed to ascertain the
Colored Silks and' Moires - ','
names of horses which ownors de-
sire to train for tho 11th of June, something Oak Bedroom 8ulte,
1'lno Bedroom Het, . JWM
stylo of raoes wanted, and other
data, on receipt of which another
Wartlrobes, etc., etc.,
Stove, Meat Safo, Ice Chest, At a Discount of 75 Per Cent or More I' I
meeting will bo held nud a pro-
gram arranged. to say ;,;' Tools etc
This sale given a rare chance
to the publlo to ohtain at publio auc-
tion Handsome, and
W. N. Armstrong, M. D. Mon-sar- rat
and Ohas. Hustaco Jr. have
in this '
been oppointod a Road Commis-
sion to estimate the valuo of a W. S. LUCE, BLACK and COLORED SATINS t'
strip of land four feet wido( ex- 61'J-C- t Auctioneer,
tending from King street to tho
Boyd promises on tho Waikiki space Reduced from l.OO to 25c.
road, required for street improve-
ments. Tho proporty is owned
David Dayton, w .
by Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Brown and to-morro- Real Estate Broker.
tho Ii estate.
20!) MorcUont Stroot.' B- - TIub
is a Silk Salo and tho Reduction of 75 Per Cent is rib
FOR SALE. A call will convinco tho most skeptical. M AROH 1 to
catch penny aftair.' &
Uouse and Lot, 75x165 ft., on No. 71 MARCH 6, Inolusive, is tho only tjmo you can got this Big Reduction.
Have you any doubts
about t : r Young Ktreet; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitolieu,
about Schilling's Best
Lot ou Wildor avenue 100x300 ft., foncod.
Lots on Kinau nnd l'iikol streets. COME EARLY AND GET ETRST OI-IOIOB.- l'rj
and spices F
BEER! v TO LET.
Furnislied Kooms within live miuntcs'
walk fiom the l'ost OOke. AIbo other
Your grocer pays you
back your money in full
if you don't like them. '
IIouho on Uerotania
street; 4 rooms, dining-room- ,
streot, uear lMIKoi
room and an empty lot to keep a borne.
lloniio on Seiiool slrtetj parlor, several
Iwdrouuw, kitchen, pantry, outhouKos and
stable formerly occupied by lion. W, II.
No. 10-E- OET STREET ST0EE-:-No- . 10 i
,.: I,...', t;
' 'I I w
EVENINQ BULLETIN, MAROH 5. 1897.
IInCTnl "fIn tho Left to StrlneR.
J. S. Walker, jiOLIDy. fStJPPLIEjS
In Tunc llognrtl
Boblnson Block, Hotel Street. After a reasonably good bowing has
been nccpiircd, says a writer in Tho Ln-die- s'
1 : Estate - Broker
Look at Our Bargain List Vlw & m I Jlonio Journal, tho stndy of the
left hand should bo token-up- Tho neck
of tho violin must bo held between the
tTu.st ZESecel-ved- . per .A.-u.st:rsLii-
Fine Straw Hats, 25c. up. i Wot w thumb and tho first finger where it joins
tho hand. Tho entiro length of the fin-
FINANCIAL. AGENT. Atmorca Minco Meat in glass jars,
Crepe Pnjntiins, $1 ft suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, G5c.
ger must 'bo held ntiovo tho edgo of tho
linger board, and tho fingers must fall
donblo jointed and liko tho hammers of
Old Homostencl Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2 lb! tins,
Ladies Kimonos, $1 up.
a piano on tho strings "tho very ends of
tho fingers touching tho strings. In or-
der to produco a clear tono tho fingers
Dealer in R. and R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb, tins.
Cranberries, Candied Peel, '
Gents Sox, 4 pairs for 25c. California Sweet Potatoes,
Pnper Napkins, 30c. a 100.
must bo pressed very hard on tho strings.
"Strong with tho fingers, light with the
bow" is tho constant refrain of ono of
Real Property, New Crop Raisins; Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Ludies Leather Purses, 25c.
Silk Embroidered Pillow
tho most celebrated teachers.
Tlio first difficulty encountered la that
of playing in tune. As tho violin is not
Improved Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hnms, Bacon,
supplied with frets liko tho guitnr or Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Covers, 75c. a piece. mandolin tho. cat is tho only guide.
Important as tho pnctiob of tho scales is
IWAKAMI, 1 i
us I on other instruments, it is doubly Im-
portant on tho violin, as it is by stale
study principally that tho ability to
Unimproved' Glias. Hustace,
r pluy in tuno is acquired. Tho playing
Robinson Block, Hotel Street. g-- 2 5.2. 1 of familiar molodles is nlso of very Has fur SUe und Loa&c oni 212 King Street.
great advantage- to tho beginner, as ho V'
IT""T1 can tell when ho is playing out of tune,
whero in tho caso of an excrcibo with E1TERY - MAN - HIS - DWN - HORSE - EDCTOR.
which ho is unacquainted bo cannot bo
Plantation Co,, Pain Killer-ss3- Es
easily distinguish this fault In pluylng
tcalo passages tho student must con-
stantly nsk himself .whether tho nest
1. Largo Lot, M"kl!d
feet ftout nv,
tic?t, fenoed, 223
2. Ijjt on Kiti in sttret betwecu Alapni
noto is a wholo step or a half step dis- and Kapiolnni .trept-s 140 feet frontage. CELEBRATED LIVE - -:- - STOCK -:- -
tant beforo ho plays it If ho will, go H. Lot on Lit imlllo street between Alnpai
Stock is tho Universal Panacea
for all kinds of Aches and
through tho excrciso beforehand and
mark tho wholo steps and half steps, ho
and Ilackfrld rtmts
4. 3 large LotH on Prospect street.
ron the curb or
Hwses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Swfae, and Poultry.
will cxecnto it in much better tuno 5. IlotiNu mid Lot on (Iricn btruul be-
Pains. Do not accept when ho comes to play it. tween Kupiolaui ALSO
In Blocks to suit pur- any hut the Genuine. If In regard to strings, tlio best aro tho 0. The Knilding known osThomas'Block,
Will deliver cheapest, as they last longer nnd give n 2 stories and embracing S (rented) stores
chasers. your dealer does not have on lenhed ground.
better tono. Tho O should bo of gut Tho Marrclous Hair Ilemedy which provonts
after January 2, 1897. - it, call on or address the wrapped with pure silver wire. Tho A 7. Lot corner of Kinau and I'iikoi sttceU.
and D should bo of Italian pit, and the S. llicc Land at Wntkane, ICooluu.
E can bo of cither gut or silk. Silk K 0. liOt on corner o( Hutilti nnd Keu
83T Inquire of Hollister -:- - Drug strings givo a poor, dull tone, very dif- nmrlaistreet"". , FOR SALE BY
ferent from tho singing brilliance of (Hrt ween resilience of W. A. Boweti
good Italian gut E's. They aro good for timl Int of W. M, Olflunl having
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit & Company, warm weather playing or for jiertoua frontage on Heiilu sttet-- t 2G0 feet.)
whoso fingers persplro very frttly. Th Solo Agent, Honolulu.
Investment Company, Sole A Rents for tlio Islands. hair of tho bow should bo renewed ev-
tZT Neat pamphlet freo on application. P. O. Uox 202, Telephone 20.
ery two months in tho caso of players 1. 3 Cottage on Queen street near Tunch-bow- l
who practico very much, as it wears
OS Tort Street Honolulu OCEANIC smooth and will not tako hold of the
2. 3 (Vitiligos nt OM WU:!!sl. Mr. O. W. Macfakmne: It affords rae tiloanure to rncomiii(ind,1o miy ouo whono hair
April 21, 1890.
string. Tho violin should always bo is falling oul, the use ot IMt. l'ti'ITifc ItAIUUIL. Jly hair was coming out at such
Building1 v Lot Steamship Co. kept strung np in pitch. Do not let
down tho strings of tho instrument with
3. Store and Dwelling, comer AYyllie
and Nuuauu, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and Richards
a rale as led mo to behovo that I would soon become bald. After using tho oil forfivo weeks
this ccabed entirely; nouo whatever is now falling out. I consider it the bent uud only
worthy remedy for thij troublo and also recommend it as a stimulant to now growth.
tho mistaken idea that you will savo streets. 505- tf Yours truly, J.B.DA'NIKLS.
FOR- - .
sonic of them thereby. Nover neglect an
FOl-- l SALE. SAN FRANCISCO.
opportunity to hear good violinists.
Something can bo learned from each. A
Properties Managed, Collec-
tion of Rents, Loans Nego- m
Situatedon the South corner of THE Al STEAMSHIP
student learns ns inneh from hearing
others play as from private lessons with
tiated and Advances made on
CLUB STABLES, ,
and River street, 100 feet a teacher. If you can only take u few
ozt Street, - - - - Tel. 77
lesson1!, let it lo from thu best teacliM
on each street; It will lie ont- - o' the
liel locations for business wlthiu a you can find. JOHNS. WALKER, BOARDING, -:- -
SALE -:- -
AND -:- -
few years. , WILL LEAVE HONOLULU i -
A rictorlal l'utile. Spreckola Block, Honolulu.
WILTi BK SOLD CHEAP. FOR THE AEOVE POUT ON
BJZT For further particulars, np- -'
p. O. Box. 330. T.-1- . 331. -TO -
to W. C. ACHI & CO. Wednesday, Jlurcli lOfli, V- -
, . 510-t- f
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
CENTRAL Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
issue Tlirough Tickets from this City to all --
WE HAVE'THE- -
points in (lie United Stutex.
Kono Sanatorium. 17'For further particular!) regarding
Freight or 1'ubS'igo, apply to
Wm. G. Ill WIN (fe Co., L'd,
FWBSr DRIVING HORSES
Situated on a Beautiful Hillsido Overlook-
ing the Ocean, anil 1300 feet
ulicvo Sen Level.
547-S- t General Aleuts. I$fcSK mSf "'?& Tho best of attention eiven to animals left with ns. Careful drivers, respoctfa.
Only hour,'- - hiil from Honolulu.
24 attendants, promptness. Hacks, Snrries, Brakes, HuReies.l'hnotous.'Waponettes.
Climate mild, c'e.ir dry iitiiiosplioie, free
from fops noil malaria, usiicciul provision ec . . Mi
for nuiet and rpht ns well as for amuse-
ment aud ontiloor life. Itates 2 per day
or $10 per weelt. Medical uttonduco extra,
HAVINO ESTAni-ISHE- A MODKUN
plaut for' hulling, polishing and assorting
LUND & INGHAM,
DI5. II. A. LINDLUY, Prop., coffee, wo aro jirepired to bny and clean
325 tf Koim, Hawaii. cofTeo in the nurclunout.
STOTT Brass Signs and Electro-Platin- g
W. H. RICKARD, MODERATE CHARGE MADE TOR CLEANING
Find tho young husband whoso little
General Business Agent Will Never Look
Will attjOnd to Conveyancing in
all its Brunches, Collecting GJ
wifo cookod her first breakfast for him
that morning. Now York World. ' '
- - Like This
I.U'1, 1M. INOlIAjfl,'
Silyer Plating. Signs of Every Description !
High, doutist, Dr. O. B.
and all Business Matters kMui H. HACKFELD
PhiluTlolpliin Dental If you get your Clothes from & CO. DIOYCLK HKl'AIltlNQ. prn-dun- to
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
1892. Masonic Tepplo.
All Business entrusted to lnro
will receive Prompt nud Careful 1jh
King Bros, lmvo just received a
now lot of tissuo pnper, window inter, & lMedeiros Decker, ALL WORK GUARANTEED
poles, sasli rods, nrtists'mntpriuls, G17 AND G19 FORT STREET.
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii. Paper HaiiQing & Decoration picture frames, etc. fhe Hotel Street Tailors.
done. All jvork promptly and care- Kroogor Pianos,sweetest in
A New Abstract Office. Neatlyattended to. Telephone 810. Itesl Jns.W. Borgstrom, sole agent, tono," A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. A h
As a result of jfi year's experi-
denoe, Kuaklul street.
G. West's, Mnsonio Templo. Of
fice nl Thrum's Book Storo. Tun-
SAT THE:- -,
ence in the Abstract Business, I GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS. ing and repairing. 3"" Tele Starjles Co., L'fl. Fashion
ain prepared to malco Abstracts of phone 5347.
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and completo manner, and on
Merchant and Itichards Streets,
We can do English and Ameri-
Honolulu, H. I. Citv Furniture Store
J3J Stiarjicns Tools and Cutting Knives, Suluvan & BucKiiCr, Mnn'g'ru (Corner of Fort and Ileretankt streets.)
short notice. Grinds Surgical Intruincnts to Order, Flics can Shirts and Collars in white FINEST
In W. O. Smith's Ollico, 818
F. W. Makinney.
8aws, etc., etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
40MI nnd colors, also a full range
of Underolothiug in Lisle
Thread, Bnlbripgnn, Gauze Meri-
EQUIPPED CARRIAGES Jnst received Ex, Bk. Albert
in the City, with Competent and Care-
f "Hiji BEED f
no and Natural Wool, all of them Stand at the Pantheon Stables, H.H. WILLIAMS, (Managor)
AUCTIONEER AND 8TO0K BROKER oiTored to you at bottom notch Undertaker and Embalmo
ConsoliuatGu Soda Water .,
prices. L. 15. Kerr, Queen St.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
No. 45 Queen Street. 'TeLEriioNu:
Esplanade, February C, an engineer of long
Expert Appraisement of Ronl experience writes the Pacific
Haw'n Hotel Stables, 82.
Pantheon Stables, 34, Main Offio Tclephono No. 53. P. O. Box No. 222 Branch Office Telephpno No. 838.
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu. Estate and Furnituro. Fashion Stables. 148.
Hardwaro Co., as follows: "I
, HOLLISTER & CO.,
Agents. LYLE A. DICKEY,
recoived your circulars concern- AMERICAN
ing Vacuum Oil and as I have Livery and Boarding Stables
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
usod them since, having the power '
JOHN PHILLIPS, Attorney at Law
of selecting my own oil, I enn Corner Merclmnt and Klclmrds Sts. Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
only echo tho facts which they ex- LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
press." IMPOBTEBS AND DEALEnS. IN
PLUMBBE, 14 Kauhumnnu Street.
Singers load tho world. Over hours.
t3T Carriages, Surreys and Kicks at all Doors, Sashes, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware, Wall Papers
TELEPHONE 490. and
Telephone No. C82.
13,000,000 made and sold. High-
Matting, Eto. Manufaoturo All Kinds of Moulding.
Hotel St:, near Fori. Tol. 8C2.
ROBERT GRLETE. est awardB at tho World's Colum-
bian Exposition for excellence of
C, Main Office, Leleo, Kine street. Branch Ofllce and Planing Mill, cqrner King and
Bethel Btreeti. Lumber Yards, Leleo and Lot near It. It. Depot. Private traok'connect-in- g B. DWIGHT
with O. It. k It, Co. U. II. runs through otfr yardB to It. B. wharf and any part of
GILBERT P. LITTLE, Book and Job Printer ease o motion, great of motion, VORK, contracts for all kindscement nnd Ewa and Waianoo stations,
' Takes of STONE 483-- tt
speed, ad- monument work,
&' justability, durability, onse of stone sidewalks and curbing. I have on
LAW Merclmnt Stroet, Honolulu, H. I. lenrning and convenience of ar- hand thoeto. Fine stone for monumental best Hawaiian stone, Chinese : W
Owr Hawaiian News
iny 18. lGJ Bothol streets.
B. Borgorsen, agent, work. Estimates Riven oud lowest pi ices
assured, Telopbouc 833. Bulletin, 75c, er Month
ifiitriimMai&a t&ikH''' IJWJliiiiiifejfalL' iWi.1!'.! il. ShhMWjIBIWSI
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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 5, 1897.
g '' a - : .
E. W. JOKDAN'S HIS ONLY DUEL.
REMOVAL NOTICE. Real Estate
MIT LEWERS & COOKE
METROPOLITAN GO. j
It Was Newspaper Affair, ami lloth Ed-
itors Ilecelvetl n Charge.
108 KING STREET. The old editor had tho Inside track And
O.J.WALLga - - - Mahaobb. No. 10 Store was doing tho talking.
"I never hail more than one duel," lio
Geo. Haffner, ....DEALERS in....,
t. For Sale.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "You speak m if onpworonot enough," 8old.
Interrupted a listener. oid.
ITort Street. a Two Stores on Kunanu street.
BUTCHERS "It was an ample aufllolenoy," con-
tinued tho editor with r smile. "I was at
the tlmo of Its oocurrenco 29 years of ngo
end tho editor of the Smugvlllo Vindi-
LUMBER, 4 Lot on Magazine HIM, VMxiM feet,
an excellent view of the city'
5 Lot on Hackfeld street, 60x100.
AND cator. I wag also a hot hendod youth with 0 A Choice Kcsldencc on Lunalllo street,
California Blankets, a yonrn fur goro nnd glory. In the county Engrarer, lB-u.ilca.er-
s' having all modern improvements.
adjoining wn.i n 'loathcsomo contompo-rnr-
Naw Contractors. American Flannels. of mine, built on nliout the eamo 8 Four Houses and Lots on l'unchbowt
lines I wns, nnd It wasn't more than n year
nftor we had been contemporaries until we
wore In n lino row. Ho would wrltn scnth-In- g
Hns Removed to Haidwaie street, all rented at a monthly rental of HOi.
This property Is IHUfeet on I'nnchbowl stree,
with a depth of ".' feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
A New Assortment of editorial, nnd so would I, nnd finally for 4 or 5 more cottages. The central loca-
wo dropped our pons nnd took up pistols tion of the property makes It most available.
that Is, wo agreed to fight n duel. 9 House nnd Lot on Klnau street. Lot
520 FORT STREET, TOxtGii ft. Till propertr will be sold at cosf
Fresh Salmon COLORED DENIMS! "Fortunately for us wo had friends who
wero moro sensible thnn wo wero, who Paints, Oils and Glass and is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
Club Stable Building. The house Is cleguntl) finished and of the
took chnrgo of nil tho arrangements for best workmanship and materials. There Is a
ON HAND. tho bloody nffrity. It was decided by thorn caariage house and burn on the premises nnd
CON8TANTLY Largs Assortment of that tho duel should tnko placo nnd that the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
vo should flro two shots at each other, the
weapons being double barrel shotguns nnd
To My Patrons: Wall Paper, Mattings, mental trees.
10 A Kino Kcsldcnce centrally located,
Hefoopoiiten Weafc Co. the dlstnnca ten paces. Tlmt suited us containing i5 room. Lot l'.tlx'.Mu ft. Tw
Spring Dress Goods, for we wero extremely bloodthirsty
and wanted each other's gore In lnrgn
It gives mo muoh plonsuro
to announce that MB. M. 11. Etc., Etc.,
smalt cottages ou the lot bringing In good
!!-- Acres of LanJIu Kallhl valley. I WM- -
Telephone 45. Comprising In Hart:)
quantities. The fight wns to tnko plaoo lit
6 o'clook In tho morning In n soohidod
COUNTER, ono of the moat klki side). A. stream of water tlows along
skilled watch trmkors ever in this land. A bargain. .
spot, and we wore thoro promptly with our U-S- old.
seconds. Our Instructions wero to flro the thoso islands, is now managing
RING UP 104! Printed Orgnudle",
Hroilerle do Paris,
first shot nftor counting throe, and It ono
or both survived nnothor shot might be
my repairing departmont. JSo
A Ooicmodlous Residence on HantlnKM
street, fitted with all modern conveniences. O
Grenadine de 8wl8, flrod ns quickly ns tho prlnalpal could got
watoh jb so complex in its LEWERS & COOKE, will trade lor suburbau property.
moohanism but wo can givo.por-foo- t old.
The Central Meat Market Lappett Fnutalsse. , his gun.roady.
"That made) It n rogular rough and eutisfaction in correcting 473 Fort Street, Telephone 20.
10 House and Lot ou DcrcUnla street
House contains U rooms, and all modern con
tumblo for half tho fight, and also mndo it tho evils to which watches aro vcnlcnccs. Lot KT,xM5.
214 Nuoanu Street.
Java Cloth, moro Interesting. It isn't necessary for
mo to go Into dotalls of what I thought
'just before tho bnttlo, mother,' suffice It
hojr. Wiitohoa aro delicate
things to handle. Wo guarantee Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
17. Fine ltesldence on llcrctanta street
For further particulars Itiqulru at my olllce
IS. A House and Lot on Youni; street.
For Your Choice to snf I thought writing scathing editori- that they will rocoivo no injury Ill Houso and Lot corner Victoria at 4
Bcrctanla streets, opposite Thomas sciuait.
Orders India Linen als was profcrabla to shotguns at 0 n. m. at our hands and will leave (limited). house contains U rooms. SUooflot Iu0x20,
Howovor, wo kopt our nervo nnd took our
placos ready for business. And I think wo our ptoro iu perfect repair.
Wm. O. Irwin,
President and Mannger
... 20 Sold.
21 House and Lot on Yonng street ntr
meant business, for we took aim right nt
each othor. Thon camo tho counting, and
finally the deciding 'three,' and bang went
both gun nt once. I folt ns If I bad
E. A. JACOBSON,
607 Fort Street.'
W. M. Qiflnrd, - Socrotary aiid Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
the residence ot the Her. Mr. Hyde. Lo'.
House contains eight rooms.
S3 Pearl City Property.
caught ni cntlro carload of shot from my
fnco down, und I tumbled ovor on tho
grass. What had become of my opponent
Sugar Factors 24 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on
25 A moit Dcnirablo Homo ou Tlmrxton
-. Meaig did not greatly concern mo ut that supreme
nvenno, Large grounds and heautiful ilow.
er garden; houso furninhed throughout in
moment, for I was woudtfcliig why I was i hard wood with all latest improvement.
not dead. Excellent view of the city and ocean, aud
Orient Street. Commission Agents.
promptly ond carefully attend,
JORDAN'S "In nhnlf minute thodoctor was fetJIng
mo, nnd utter u minute or two more he
said I hud been miraculously saved, nnd
pulled mo to my feet. Evidently my o
- - Prop. AaKNTB OF THK
ono which cauuot be cnt off.
2(5 A Larco Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding an urn
obstructed view of tho city and hurltor. No
NO 10 FORT STREET.
ponent had also been miraculously saved,
for ho was standing nbout ten feet nwny
from mo with his doctor, nnd the sight liu
presonted inmlu mo forgot nil about the
Seattle Beer 00EANI0 STEAMSHIP
OF SAN FltANQISCO.
choicer resideneo is to bo had iu the city
oven by the most fastidious.
37 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
COAL duel and break Into roars of laughter. I
nppoarod to liavo tho sanio offeot on him,
The Best in C, servants' quarters and stables. Ono block
from car line at Punahun.
the "World - - - 0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED, 28- - Only 1 of those Lots left near Kaiueha-me-
Fresh Groceries for ho bognn laughing at mo. Thou wo
both got mad, and In Ave minutes wo had
licked seconds, doctors and everybody olso Best of Liquors J Wines.
Queen street, Honolulu, H.I. SO
Two Houses and Lots on Llllha street.
30 An IU Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
on hand and run them clean out of tho suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
By Each Steamer. For Family Use I
woods. E&. Our Saloon is thoroughly renovated AGENTS. FOR 31 A House and Lot on Alakca street.
"This being accomplished, shook, we and refurnished and wo trust that our Hawaiian Agricultural 33- -A Beautiful Ilulldiug Lot at Kallhl,
Commnv. Onomea Snpir 100x300, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
Table .. Delicacies ltfBlIington.PBpartnUBBallJoiiI
hands and took n look nt oursolves In a
(lass, which had ovfdontly been brought
stock will please every. taste. (Company, llonomu Sugar Company, Walluku
company, wninee UKar company, maicce
33 A '.Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue,. 240x135, havluga I'ronUee on Green ,
for our bonvflt. Permit me to omit an COME AND SAMPLE IT, Sugar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, street of 103 feet, and commanding a bird's-ey- e
A specialty at elaborate description of what wo looked Ranch. Flantert' Line San Francisco
view of the city am) harbor.
llko. Thosoeoufounded seconds hod loaded Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line: of Boston
Which is offered in quantities to suit,
Boston Board of Underwriters. old.
our guns to tho muzzle with printer's Ink, Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. 35 Elegant Beach Property at Walklkl.
VOELLER & CO.'S, ni'd tho way it wus splattered over us 61d.
2240 lbs. to the Ton. with enough to liavo made us laugh ut first
and then to lick tho crowd that put the A general stock of Liquors, Ales and
list or omcEss:
only CIIOICK LOT left at Maklkt
residence of J A Oilman aud
26 Beretania Street, Waring Block. job up on us. Howovor, wo had showed Wines. P O Jones, President; George H Robertson, tho residence sites of L Hopper, II J.as
DELIVERY FREE. wo had sand, nnd tho jokers kopt In hid- Manager; E F Bishop, Treasurer and Sec- and Dr Wood.
Telephone G80 a ing until we announced in our respective FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON IHtiUOHT. retary; ColrW F Allen, Auditor; OM Cooke, 30 Sold.
papers that nil was forgiven, nnd tho II Watcrhouxe, A W Carter, Directors. old. . VI
hatchet was dead and burled, Tlmt was OUR PORT AND SHERRY, 41 Lot on MakIM street, 75xIlo Cheap '
H. lyivr $ co.f WILDER & CO., L'D. my only duel," couoluded tho editor,- "mid 43 House and Lot on Peterson Lane, l'- - ,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
301 is 003 Fort street.
I am extremely gbul tlmt the guns were
londed with Ink lustoad of buckshot."
Are of tho finest nud come to ns
direct from Europe. . Beaver Saloon, lama. House contains 0 romss Lot 75x110.
43 Dnelling House of 0 roms, titled with
all modern conveniences Lot 125x110
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY Situated at I'alama. ,
THING H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. Lot nu Walklkl Itoad, lOOxlIn
515 fe 517 Fort St., Honolulu A GOOD nu Identity. 45 House and Lot on' Nuuanu street.
Imported straight from Louis Ho'uso contains eight furnished rooms.
4..T7S--- C vilfe, Ky.
The Best Lunch in Town Very conveniently located near the business
Telephouor 22 P.O. Box 470 center of the elty.
Ohia, Algeroha and Pine Firewooo JAMES OLDS, Prop. 40 Elegant ltesldence at'l'unahnu. House
of 7 rooms ,wltli all modern conveniences.
Commissioner of Deeds Cnt and Spilt (ready for the Stove).
Tea and Coffee Lot loox'Joo, nicely planted with fruit and
JTSfH at alii nouns. 47 tl2 Suit of Furniture complete and
Fdll TIIK STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL the rental of the most desirable aud cen-
THE FINEST BRANDS OF trally located Lodging House iu the city.
WHITE AND BLACK SAND KINO AMU NUUANO KTKEBW. 48 Pineapple K.mch 2o,000 fruiting
State of California. At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part ol
The eolobrnted Entkhphisk Cigars and Tobacco plants, COO lime trees, HO Avocado pear
troei), peach trees and Alfalfa crop. Two
Dwellings, barn, etc. An A I investment.
Bkkr on Draught nnd in ALWAYS ON nAND. 4'J -- 50 Acres CoQYe laud In fee simple, and
TELEPHONE : I .
Bottles. . I5u acres, ou a 30 years lease with a privilege
Having been appointed and commissioned of fifteen years more, situated at Puna, Ha-
a Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Cal- HUSTACE & CO.,
THE "ARLINGTON" waii, near Goudjca' enlfce plantation. . No
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
. 31 Queen Street. GONSALVES & CO, tine cofl'co land to bo had. i
50 A Lodging House on Fort street con-
To take and certify depositions and afflda-Tit- s.
A FAMILY HOTEL. sisting of twenty furnished rooms, all occu- -
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND pled by lodgers. A bargain for thu right
To take and certify the acknowledgment or ti&to&ii&n Fertilizing WINE MERCHANTS. T. ICrovuso, Frop. person.
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages, 51 A Houso and Lot on Dcrrtanla street be-
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments PJr Day 9 2.00 tween Punchbowl and Klchards streets' House
A. V. GEAR,
COMPANY Lost Child (to policeman) Please,
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H, I. Per Week 12.00 contains seven .rooms, beside bathroom and
kitchen. Lot 75x110, and well lald'6ut with
Is preparodto furnish grass and ornamental trees.
Telephone 256. 210 King Street. sir, have you seen a man without n lit- Notice: I cau Negotiate Loans on any ol
The Beat ot Attondanoe.'the Best Situa- tbo above property lor purchasers desiring
4oooTonsCane Fertilizer tle boy? 'Ciinso if yon huvo I'ze that lit-
tle boy. Collier' Weekly.
There is a difference be- tion nnd the Finest Menla In this Oity same at from 50 to 75 per cent of thu value.
Pioneer Building and To order for 1896.
In Quantities to Suit
IX THE IIAXDS OF HEGUL-AItS- .
tween a Scrape and a Shave. ORIGINAL Warehouse ou Esplanade.
NEWPOItT, Idalib. A band of 2 ltcnted
Assets July189Q', $106,545.15 iiinsk(Td regulars' went to the house of SINGER'S -:-
- BAKERY 3 A Furnished Cqttage In a good location
Orders solicited for a future de. for two or three months, . ,'
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
tivery. C. W. Keddiek, seized nnd drugged lilai The "CliTERION" 'Bar Established 1874. - A lleanilful Summer Residence at the
, A. F. COOKE, Manager. outside, where they gave him u ter- Peninsula, Pearl City, completely furnished'
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses Built on the Monthly Installment rible beating' with horsoVhlps. The '
King St. nor T homos Squaro live rooms and servant's quarters. Will rem
cheap to a deslmblu tenant.. Tho lot Is'oycr
Plan. nlleped offense on the purt of Iteddlck ber Shop can prove this. nu acre In size and well laid out, and com-
Thirteenth. Series of Stock now open. LUXURIES whs that he absolutely refused to
Home-Mad- e BREAD, mands a beautiful view of thu harbor,'
5 Store Room, 00x43, (25 per mouth,
For further particulars apply to drink dny but Ilalnler Beer,, and grne '
n a reason that tho others were In-
Fort Street, near Hotel. Cakes : and : Pies driveway Into It. licretanla street, rear of
City Feed Store. .w
A. V. GEAR, Secrotary. For tho Eouino Table iu tbo Frosh Every Dayi 0 Piece ground 30 feet front, on licreta-
Chamber of Oommorce Booms. wny of all kinds First GlnsB ferior. On tap or In bottles nt the VS' Served nla street, next to City Fe,ed 8tore. Will
Criterion saloon erect good store on'griiund und lease 5 years
hours, 12:30 1:30 P;M.
, Office 373-t- t
' H. P. SINGER, at $30 per month,
HAY, GRAIN 0 PEED
Superior breakfast pousago is a
F. H REDWARD, Tolophono 872. Solo Prop'r. 8 Rented.
J. S. WALKER, speoialty at the Central Market.
0 Furnished Cottsgo for couple at Wal-
Are ou snlo by tho klkl, servants' quarters,. stables, etc (35 per
Oeneiul Aount ron Hawaiian Islands. Ring up 104.
Contractor and' 'Builder. Oystei1 Cocktails month, long lease. .' ... iw
Royal Insuranco Conipauy. WASHINGTON FEED OOM'Y That pioturo iu Kinc Bros'.
Alliance Ammrance Company. Hawaiian ' Business Agency, , .VI
Alliance Marine and General Assurance window which hns attracted so unices and StorcB ilttcd up and
Company. 138 Fort St. Tol. 422. much attontiou is not tho portrait Estimates glvcnu 210 King street and 207 Merchant street.
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. of anyone here.
Wllhelma of Madgoburg Insurance Com-
pany. CITY FEED STORE, Just received, an entirely new ALL KINDS OF WORK. .AT,...
Keal Estate Transactions.
Scottish Union and National Insurance stock of Gouts Suitings in Blaok,
Company, Blue and fancy mixtures ami will T Olllco and Shop: No. C1U Fort street,
adjoining W, W. Wrlglit'B CaVrlago Shop.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors Subscriliers are furnished with from live
to six lists per week, giving an accurate
Room 18 Spreckels Block, Honolulu, II. I. Old Armory, Heretiuilu Street. bo sold in quantitiPH to suit at record of all deeds, rnnrtgugos, leases, re-
wholesalo pneos. L. B. Kerr, leases, oworH of attorney, oto., etc., which,
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, FKANCIS DUNN,
:b .a. :k: :e :eb st
Queon Btrcet. -- are placed on reoord. Also uUint' of all
General Manager of L. H. Dee & Co. City Ourriago Co.. J. S. And. Architect and Superintendent
If you want a
Hotel street, near Fort.
i district court jmlgmbuts.
rado, manager. Snliacrlptloii, Price, $2.(10 per Month.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Hay, Oats, llran, Middlings. Chop reed,
hack with good horso and care-
BS Oflico; 305 Fort street, BREAD, PIES and CAKES
ful drivov.ring up Telophono 113, Of all kinds,
Of the United States for the Hawaiian Oil Cake Meal, Hock Holt, Alfalfa Hay, V. GEAR,
Islands, Flour, ltollcd Harley, Rolled Outs, Clacked ooruur of Fort and Merchant Sprcckolq Block, Koom 5. fjG" The Finest Imported and Home
Corn und Wheat. Oregon flmbank Potatoes
shipped from California and Oregou regularly. Btrfiuts. Haok at all hours. Residonco: Hawaiian Hotel, made Confoctiouery. 210 King St, HonoinlP
Okw.i Merchant street, Honolulu.
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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 5, 1897.
.....nyiyfl. yry-f- win i' m
tmw mxwmw I
NEWS OF WHARF AND WAVE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.!
Canadian-Australia- ! Steamship Line
.nK xoTrs up alonci
Fkiiuy, Mar. S.
Stop That Pain ! THE,
THE DOCKS. Stmr James Makcc, Tullett, from Kna1.
8tror Noeau, I'etcreon, from Kul. Steamers of the abovo Line running in oonnootion with the
8tmr Kiual, Druhn, from Ktnal.
H.H. XcaUtidlM from Kanicaruo Loud Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr J A Cummlni, Senile, from Oahu
Why look so dejected and CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
-- Hlcnliu'r Kluun forlorn?
porta. Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydnoy, N. 8. Wj, and calling at Victoria, B. O. .
.11 Hill iiikI Hip "lllir lule." 8 8 Zealamlia, IlajwurJ, from the Colonies. Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
Oh your head aches does
DKPAIirilttKR. it? Well, then wo are pleased
-LKIE rcno-- E ujr nonsroijTJijTr
Honry Yidn is now a customs TllUUSliAT, Mar. 4. to know that wo can assist On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
inspector. Stmr Kaala, Moslicr, for Oaliu ports. From Sydney and Huvi for Victoria and From Victoria and Yanrourer, II. O., to
S S Zcnlandia sails at 8 p in, you- - Vancouver. II. C.l Sinn and Mjilnoyl
Stmr Wnlalcnlo, 1'arKcr, for .nlinlna. i
this night. Btrnr Ilileiie, Fltcrald, for Olowalu and
Wo don't ask you to re- Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Mnrch24 Stmr"MIOWERA Mnrch 10
LuipalioUioe. Stmr "MIOWEHA" April 24 Bttnr "WAIUUMOO" Auril 18
Tlio Kcauhou goes to Ilanaina-ul- u Blrur "WAIUUMOO" Mny 24 Stmr "MIOWEHA"
Kkiiiat, Mar. G. strict yourself from eating Mny 10
The James Mnkee returns to Stmr Klnntt, CUiKe, for Maul and Ha.
vrnll. things that you feel you need INSTITUTE Stmr'MIOWRA" Juuo 21 Stmr "WAIUUMOO"
Tliiotif,'li Tickets iwsiicrt from Honolulu to Camulu,
Kapna tonight for more sugar. and must have. Nor do wo United States uiul Europe. -
Tlio bark 1'ortuun sailed from VES9KI.8 LEAVINfl TOMOHROW.
EST For Freiht aud Pnssago and all
JNowcasllo Fob 15 for Honolulu. say that you must tako ab- FitnioiiT ASurASSEsaEHAOESTs; I
Stmr I.clnta, Macilonnld.for llonolilna, General Information, apply to '
The steamer LpIum will Icno at UaKalau ami Volinkumnnu. solute rest and abandon seeing D. MoNtcotii, Montreal. Canada.
KonEKTKr.Hn, Winnipeg Canada. ,THE0. H. DAVIES & w,., I 'H
noon toraovrow for ports on Ha- your friends and indulging in M. M. HrEiisf, Ban , Col.
waii OAliaOEB FltOM ISLAND 1'ORTS.
pleasant pastimes. ,G. MoIj Hiiown, Vnncon cr, fl. O. Amenta for tle Hawaiian iBlands.
. Tho sealing schooner Agnes
Macdonald is on tho ways for re-
Tho Hawaiian steamship
of the Oceanic lino reports
pleasant weather throughout the
Ex stmr Noeau 430(1 bags sugar.
Ex ttinr Kcauhou 4011 bags (Ugar.
E ulrnr J A Cummins
Kauai 7110I bags sugar, 14 pkgs
Ex stmr Joines Makeu 2050 lags sugar, 0
1250 bags rice.
All that we advise is that
you obtain a box of tlio new
remedy for Headache. Itsname
is HEADINE a perfectly
Alcoholism, Oceanic Steanislilp Go. Wirt HjS
voyage from tho Colonies.
harmless preparation put up
Tomorrow, high tide large G: 8 Morphine Mail Service.
p m; high tide small 4.:ii a m:
largo 11:10 a m; low tido small
llonnlulu, Maicli 4, 18.7. to the
wife of J II Coiie. a bo.
in powders not unpleasant to
A," . For San Francisco: CLARKE, Commander,
Tho hark Rosalie hauled up to VKSSni.3 IX TOUT.
It has cured others and will AND The New and Fine iAl Btool Steamship Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching
Manlaea Hay aud Miikcua the
Custom Houbo wharf this morn- euro you.
ing. Aftei tho cargo is discharg- NAVAL. "Zealandia" Bime day; Mnhukonn, Kawaihao and
the following day, arriving at
ed, tho vessol and caigo of lumber U S S Alert, Hanford, San Francisco.
It is not a catchpenny pre- Of thp Ocennio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy and
Hilo tho same ovouing,
will bo sold at auction.
Tho steamer .1
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
A Cummins, Am schr I'.obert Leu ere, Ooodmnn, New-
paration, but on tho contrary
reliable and safe.
Tobacco Auckland ou or about
Tuesday Mar. 10 I
Friday.. .Mar. 12
sometimes known as tho "whist- castle. Friday Mnr 20 I TiipmThv. Mar. 23
ling Johnny ,"returned from wind- Am Feb 17.Jessie Minor, Whltnc), l'urtka,
Drop into our store and ob-- J And will leave for tho above port with r.iuutlft.. All tl I .1 . t.
ward this afternoon whh a full Br lk Routenbcck, Kodgers, Mwrpoul, Mails and Passengers 'on or about that Friday April 10 Tutsilny. .Aptil 13
load of rice. On tho last outward Am Fi b 7.Fud E Bander, Carlson, Hukodatc,
trip, a whalo was shot from tho
tain FHEE OP CHAEGE a Diseases date.
Itoturning, will leave Hilo at 1
p. m., touching at Laupnhoehoe, o'clock
Giiimuiiis off Diamond Head. Tho Nie F.
bktn Wrtstlur, NelUou, Newcastle,
sample of Headine. A trial For Sydney and Auckland: Muhu-kon- a
aud Kawnihne sujo diyt Makena,
whale was no: badly hurt. Messrs. lir seal tthr Agnes Macdonald, Cutler,
will convince you. Mialnea lUy huJ Luhuum tho fulluuiug
The New and Fiuo Al Utuo Stcauihiup day;
Sloggett and Thompson were pas- Manli 3 arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
sengers during tho round trip; tho S S Australia, iloudlette,Kobe, Francisco.
San Be sure that you do not "Alameda" of 'Inebdny nud Fridays.
JanSfeMilnslilu Maru, Feb 7. Will call at Pohoiki, Pnnu.
former taking an outing for tho Hr elilpM'iuautlia, Crone, S F, Feb 15. confound tho name with that Of the Oceauio Stoamship Company will ZTJOTNo Freight will lio received after
Nor lik Faulasl, Andersen, Newcastle. Ftb24.
benefit of his health, the latter Haw lik Kosulie, NUsm.Cliuualmus, Feb 'JI. be due at Honolulu from San Francisco 12 noon on day of sailing.
being on business. Am bk S C Allen, .Joliinoii, 3 F.
of other preparations with Scientific Remedy on or about
TI103 Smith, the popular puisor Uir elili) Transit, Jorgenson, 8 llrcmcn.
Marie Ilackfeld, Kruse,
K. similar names.
March 11, 1897. Stmr. CMUDINE,
of the S S Zealamlia fnriiishps the Haw suir llimolulu, Tlionagel, Tiidipilla, We are Sole Agents. Thoroughly Tested by And will have prompt depr.teh with
following report: Sailed from Am ship Alolia, lUbel, SUcls, FibF10. la.
Am Ma Flint Mi S Feb
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports. CAMERON, Commander,
Sydney Feb 15 at 5pm; tailed Ilk Culliio, Koslir, NeuciMli, Feb IS. . Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at Cp.m.j
from Auckland Feb '20 at 2 p in; Am bktn Andrew Wilili. Drew, S F, Feb SO.S F, Feb The undersigned aro now preprjed touching at Kahnlul, Huna, Hiiiaoaand
Bailed from Apia Feb 2G at 11 am:
S N Catle, ilulilurd, !'. Time. to isAuo Kipnhulu, Maui, lteturuing anives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings..
in rived t Honolulu at noon Mar
FOliniO.N VFSgEI.S EXrECTED.
Hollister Drug Go. Through Tickets to All Points
iu tho United State1?.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
f. Importations for Honolulu are XyNo Freight will be received after .
13 es beer, 25 cs "Old Tom," 80 cs Vessels Wbcictrom Due p. u. on day of sailing.
whiskey, 30 cs brandy, ' 5)6 pkgs Am lik Matilda, l't Illakcly, CSfFor further particulars regarding
""a. rjelir Allen A, New Whatcom
Freight or Passage npply to
groceries, 2G1 sks manure, 100 Am bk Highland Light, Departure Hay,
,' CAo Suffering 'During Treat- This Company will reserves tlio riiThl ta
cits potatoes, J2o crts onions, 2H S s I'eru, ... Yokohama;?'.
cs limes. Tho consignees aio: SS China
S S Al.iimdi
"Older," "Win G Irwin & Co, Ed 8 S Mljwera, .VaucouM-r- , F
New Music ment.
Wifl. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
make ohauges in the tiuie of depirturo and
arrival of Its steamers without notico und
it will uot bo responsible for any consc
qucucos arising therefrom.
& Co, H May .( Co, ShUelglc 8F
March SO uonsignecs must lw at tho Landings to
MeChesney it Sons, P O Cnniii S 8 City of Hindu Janeiro, Yokohama Mar S3
rinos. ' bs Wnrilinon, ...bjiliH'),.
ilk Hmlnolc Nuttspantle
..FebS-- . i J. M. WEBB M Injurious sifter Effects. uCGiiu Sieaiip receivo thoir Fnight; thn Company will
not hold itself responsubla for freight after
it has beeu lauded.
Am bk Amy Turner,.. New York Iluo Livo Stock only at owner's risk.
NIc bk Dominion, ....New castle Due OF THE This Company will not bo ru&ponsiblo
PAsaKXOERR ARRIVED. (kr bk 1'aul
Due &o Loss of Time from 'Busi for Money or Valuables of passengora
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau. Ilk Newsboy Newiastle unless placed iu tho care of Pursers.
Match 5 tchr Novell) Newcastle ness. Passengers aro roquestnl to purcbasa
Mrs 1'okomaya and 0
Am HilpHuipir...Ni weastlo
Ilk Fortuua Newcastle
GOLDEN RULE tlokdts beforo embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
Fiom tho Colonies, per SS Zea- Schr (iolden ihoio. ..Newcastle LOCAL LINE charge of twenty-liv-epor cent.
ihr VV II 1albot,...Nuwciitlo
lamlia, March 5 Hairy Lee and
valet, G M Knight, Miss Lina
tfihr Win llowden.. ..Newiastle
Schr he ho Newcastle BAZAAR S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Boyle, .1 K Champeion, R C Buit.
Am bktn 8 li Wilder . .. SK
bhln I. II bullon
Am ship W ri!alioik ...S F
Has just received a largo
Improved physical condition,
absolute freedom from any
from H. F.
for S. F.
New York .... May 31
Haw bk Ioluul March 2. 1897 March 10, 1S97
Am Ik Martha Datl SF of tho desire for Alcoholic stimu-
For Hawaii, pur htrnr H- -l n ,
schr Ulgi Newiastlu
Am8ehr Alice Cook . l'uget Sound....
Maich 30, 1SU7 April 7, 1897
March 4. Mis1 Hnhic,Mr IIfiiii.,
bchr Prosper IVt Gamble Dun
r'.r Latest .'. Popular .'. Music s:
Mr Goodman and 2 deck pasdtng
Of liitciost In .Mililiigf lUi'il. Length of tirao required for 1'rom San Fraucis.00 From Francisco.
fr Sydney. Sau
&. xhibitio v
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr A press dispatch from Wash
liolh Vocal and Instrumental. Also,
treatment Three Nveeks. Jm'te Honolulu, Ieau ITunululu.
Kinau, March 5 Volctuio: Mihs A iiiRton, Fehrtmry 12, 8iivb: Doputy Alauiedi. Mo 11, '97 Zealandia, Mn4, '97 I
N ltoboitb, Alies A JI Roberts, J Controllor Bowers litis nfuriered a Fees chnrged $100 forvAlco-holism.-
Mnripoi-a- , April 8, '07 Monua, April 1, '97
W Butler and wife, J M Muulock, decision on tlio cltiitn of Ornco &
Blank Books and AT
Mis G H Ilolden. Way poiU: Oo, of Now Yotk, ngninst tlio Gov
Miss Lizzie Cockpit, Mihs Eva
Parker, Miss II Pai kor, Miss Alice
eminent for S8J0, tluo tlicm on
accjount of loss of time in tlio
Typewriter Papers $40 for Tobacco. : Savings Bank A
Woods, Miss M Woods, Mrs II T
"Walker, Miss Alieo Walker, J W
G'bbons, LAO Parish, O Olm
of n, cargo of crml iu tbo
harbor of Honolulu. The clnim Which for quality
cannot bo excelled.
and price NOTICE. TEL . W.
is nlloweil and tlio Deputy Con-
Bled, F Mav, G Smithies and wifo, troller, iu the courso of his deci- Notico is lioroby given to Depo-
1)11 Hitchcock J r, G II Maible sion, lays down a number of im- No. sitors in tho Snvings Depnrtmont
and wile, II Sclmltz, .1 B Madden, portant principles. Fort 316 Street;
CURE! NO PAY! of Oliius Spreckels tc Co.'s Bnnk, SCHMIDT & SONS'
T Hoffman, l)r J Wight, O H First That under a charter tho tlmt on antl uftor April 1, 1807,
Uwight aud family, F T Smith, lay days, or duys within which
Rev O P Emeibon, 0 W Dickey, nil interest on thoir deposits will
tlio shipowner agrees to discharge Tho pchool youngster Is
V i'eck, fll Decker, J Kenton, W his cargo, shall comineiico at the liupplcst when the care of ccaso.
G Irwin, F W Macfailane, W W tloesn't bother him. Suvings Depositors may with-
Goodale, and 80 deck pasBougors.
time tlio vessol is ropoited to tho lila clothes AT
consignees as ready to unload, and Putting togfither Institute located in Arling- draw thoir,accounts without giv-
that this notice imposes upon the (nbrlo In a
JtKADY VOll WAIt.
ton Cottage, Hotel Street, ing previous notico, or thoy may
w consigueo tho duty of promptly manner Is our loavo saino in our Bank on call.
.r" The sentiment in faor of tlio Cuban designating the place of discharge. contribution to the youugster's Honolulu. Glaus Spkeckels & Co.
inmirgeiits ht'cnia to be growing eiery happiness. Tho pricing udds
lay. In Washington the cause of the
Insurgents Is warmly espoused. Yes-
Second When, alter tho de-
signation of tho placoof dischargo
by the consigueo it becomes
to jlapa's happiness.
Honolulu, fob. 17, 1897.
G3G-- td Reduced Prices
k-- terday the Cameron resolution, which to interrupt tho discharg-
:.v Partnership Notice.
i& " the morning dispatches repotted ing by reason of tho arrival of
would probably be Introduced Into tlio Bteamors having a prior and sup- AT.
All communications or in-
terviews strictly confidential.
Office To Let,
Senate Monday, was the cause of erior right to tho wharf designat-
much comment. According to Secie-tnr- y ed, and' tho vessel is hauled away At 207 Merchant Street. Tho undersigned Alexander Chls-liol- m
of State Olney, this' resolution and loses timn in discharge, tho and John J. Coughllu, both of
Honolulu, In the Republic of Hawaii, ,
practically means war with Spain. iimo so lost must be deducted
There Is no danger or probability that from tho lay days leserved in tho
war with Spain will In the least affect charter" for the consignee.
"The Sash." For "further particulars, ad-
hereby nlve notice that they have en-
tered Into partnership to carryon the
business of "Saddlers and Harness '
the quality of Itninler Ileer. No mat- In this cose tho Government Milkers'; In Honolulu utorecald under
ter what happens Halnlcr Heer will dress, HAWAIIAN tbo Arm namo of "Manufacturing
Qraco &. Go to transport a 9 Hotel Street : : WaYBfley BlOCk Harness Company" as from February
always bo tho best. On tap or in bot- cargo of coal to Honolulu, but for a, ib'Ji. AuiiA. uniBnuuH.
tles nt the Criterion Saloon... some reason tho United States'
at that port failed Gonsul-Gonor- al We Make Shirts to Order.
Secretary Hagey Institute, Mercantile Agency Dated February
JUHJN J. UUUUHIjIN.
27, 1807. 5l7-3- t
Superior breakfnsf saiisago is n to dem'gnato a plnco for tho dis- Ilonolulu. 210 King street.
spenialty at tho Central Market. charge of the caroo until seven Subscribe for tho Evening: Buii-leti-
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Ring up 101. J days hud elapsed. 3 F Com Kows. 75 cents per month. Difficult Collections a Specialty per wonth.
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