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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 18, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sheriff L. A. Andrews of
is in tho city.
This iB tbo weok for moonlight
Band concert fit Emma square
tonight nt 7:30.
Fortuguoso mass mooting at
Union Bqnaro tonight.
"V. H. Cornvoll returned from
Maui on tho Oltmdino.
Drs. McQett'igan and Raymond
camo over on tho Olaudiuo yester
day. Tho Doric is duo from tho Coast
tomorrow with about twolvo days
later news. I
Y. Man Sing, fashionablo dress
maker, 131 Fort street, has a card
Mn this issuo.
J Tho spring exhibition of tho
,Kilohnun Art Lenguo opens to
J. M. Vivas will speak at length
at tho mass mooting of Portuguese
citizens this orening.
A small family with no children
wish a fow roomers in a centrally
located house. See adv.
The Hawaiian baud will give a
moonlight concert at tho Hawaiian
hotel tomorrow ovouing.
Tho midsummor vacation of the
public schools commences on Juno
SJCth and nuds Soptcmbor 7th.
Mr. Burns, proprietor of tho
circus, is improving rapidly and
will be on dock again in a day or
H. F. Wichinan calls attention
to locont importations of wulches
of various kinds in a now adv. to
day. D. Center, managor of tho
Sprcckolsvillo plantation, is in tho
city with his wifo and two chil
dren. Secrotary Scott of tho Board of
Education advertises for tenders
for printing tho report of tho
Tho shooting match betweon
Companies B and 1) on Saturday
nftornoon vne won by tho former
by a bcoro of 395 to 393.
Tho championship in tennis
doubles was won by Dillingham
and Coney ovor "Woods aud
" "WodohouBO by a score of 8-G, G 1
There woro throe arrests this
morning; ono a Portuguese wo
man for profane and obscene
language aud two sailors for
A largo number of Poitugucso
citizens wore about town Satur
day, distributing posters calling
attention to tho masB meoting to
bo held at Palace Squaro tonight.
The Ookula Sugar Company
has elected the following officers:
R. McKibbin, president; J. N.
Wright, vice-president; J. M.
Dowsett, auditor and W. 0.
Nothing succeeds like success.
The most successful bargain salo
ovor inaugurated. Watorhouso
still leads tho eager throng. A
few more hats at S.05 and 12 yrds
Foulard silks for 8-100.
The Busy Bees Tho Great
Bargain Salo at J. T. "Wator
houso is still a perfect Hivo of
busy activity and eager customers
swarm to gather the Honey Bar
gains. Laces, silks and embroid
eries for the thousands.
J. Seabury, well known in Ho
nolulu, was soized with a paralytic
stroke on Monday last and for
several days his caso was consid
ered clangorous. His many friends
will bo glad to hear that ho is al
most entirely recovered and about
That time-worn expression, "in
nocuous desuetude," exactly des
cribes tho apparent condition in
to whioh tho Third House has
drifted. Thoy should hang a
banner upon the outor wall, bear
ing tho legend, "not doad but
Julion D. Ilayno will deliver a
locturo in tho Thistlo Club Hall,
ovor Tracy's Btoro on Friday
ovouing next, his subject boing
"Man's True Plnco iu tho Plan of
tho Universe" Tho lecture will
bogin at 7:30 and no chargo for
admission will bo mado.
D1UFTKD SNOW FLOUR
. i, . mam Ikttcr irml '""' ''""'n (l,m
, Any Other luiow'n llrund.
Atk Your (Iruar IW It,
THE DORIC DUE TOMORROW
I'KO.II MVIUU'OOL lO SAN I'll IX-
OISCO IN I'OIITV DAYS.
Description of n MnictillU-ciit Vcaftel
Which Will ftrncc Honolulu
Tho splendid White Star steam
ship Doric is duo from San Fran
cisco tomorrow and as she is a
fast boat sho may got iu boforo.
In appearance tho Doric resom
bles her sistors, the Oceanic, Cop
tic and Bolgic,'but her interior is
moro maguiGcout than that of tho
throo other vessols. Tho furnish
ings aro of oak, teak and mahoga
ny, tho colors of tho wood blend
ing togothor in porfect harmony.
Thosaloons with their boautiful
gildings, tho cozy smoking-roomB
with their easy chairs and loung-ing-places,
tho library with its
hundreds of finely bound volumes,
aud, abovo ull, tho grand, largo
Btaterooms,mako this noblo craft a
veritable ocoan palace.
Sho is 440 feot long (ton foot
moro than tho Coptic), 44-foot
beam and 31 feet in dopth. nor
gross tonnago 4781, moro than
that of her sister by 33G tonB. The
engines are triple expansion, of
3500 horso-power, fitted with How
don's forced draught. Her new
boilers have beon tested at 180
pounds steam pressure.
Tho Dorio is commanded by
Captain Harry Smith, a brother
of the old captain of tho Oceanic.
Ho holds tho commission of liou
tenant in tho Royal Naval IJeserve.
First Officer A. Hamblcton is also
an officer in tho Reserve.
The other officers aro: C. E.
Starck, second; B. F. Lawlor,
third; O. H. Cross, fourth; W. Al
len, chiof engineer; J. Gaston, first
assistant; J. Roid, second; David
MoKinnon, third; Thomas Tom
linBon, fourth; William Crawford,
fifth; Thomas Hollon, boilor
inakor. Chiof Stoward W. Wheat
is acting purser. Chiof Engineer
Allen, First Assistant Gaston aud
Third Assistant McKiuuon aro
old O. and O. engineers and well
Tho Doric is a fast vessol.Sho was
built about twelve years ago, and
has beon for a long timo in tho
Australian line. Sho was recent
ly refitted throughout for tho
Occidental and Oiiontal sorvico,
with now onginos, boilers, etc.
Sho mado the run from Livorpool
to San Francisco in forty-ono
days, but having to nuchor ovor
night at Sandy Point, tho ontranco
to the Straits of Magellan, her
steaming timo was only forty
days. The distance is 13,G00
miles, which makes an average of
over fourteon knots an hour. Not
withstanding tho fact that sho
started with now boilers, and en
gines there wore only two stops
nt sea ono of an hour and tho
other of five minutes. During all
tho long voyago tho propeller re
corded UBt 4,000,000 revolutions.
Chief Engineer Allen was form
orly on tho Oceanic, which ho told
a San Francisco roporter has beon
sold to Harland & Wolfo of Bel
fast, who will rofit' her for tho
Gorman Ocoan trado. Said ho:
"Tho company wanted a largor
and fastor vossol for this run and
hero wo aro. Nothing of any noto
happoned during our trip, wo just
went ahead day after day reeling
off fourteen and fifteen knots from
hour to hour. In calm and storm
tho Dorio goes grandly on like tho
statoly Grecian motion that has
givon her a name. These groat now
onginos drivo hor in tho toeth of
a gale as thoy do ovor tho smooth
walors of tho harbor.
In olden timos barloy was used
as a most porfect strength giver.
Tho very best barloy made into
tho very host malt is used by tho
Seattle Browing Co. in thoir
famous Seattle beer, on tap at tho
A SMLL FAMILY WITH NO CHILD,
ren, about to tuko n nlco homo con trolly
looMcil, wish n fow roomeru, Kverythiu",
flnt-clnits aud moderate. Address "X.,"
this office, - S07t(
Y. MAJST SING-,
Fashionable Dress Maker,
i:ti i out BTinnrr.
Dreiwod mndo to oritur. Sowing uun
inutiuil. Iftliii htlttilu liruuK I will hi.
jiali without extra charge. :I07''.'iii
Highest of all in Leaguing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report,
H mBmMt ,F BhPI VBmJWU'
sol m. Utsssa A 1W1
is n reliable specific for soro
or inflamed eyes.
This oyo-wutor does moro
than cleanse; it destroys tho
poison aud soothes tho oyo.
By doing all this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
couts por bottlo. Booklet
giving full directions with
This Evening, May 18,
Called by tho . . .
. . . tffllO fQr7liqiJEZi
EVERY TAXPAYER IS CORDIALLY INVITED
TO BE PRESENT.
Prominent Oitizons will address
tho meeting upon tho most
important questions now
boforo tho Legislature.
PER ORDER OF THE
Hawaiian Coffee and Tea
THE ANNUAL MEETING Or THE
Hawaiian Cofleo mid Tea Company will bo
hold on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, nt
2 o'clook. Jlny 20th, ut tho oflko of F. A.
Sohaefer t Co , to hoar tho reiwt of tho
Mnnngor, and for tho election of cfllcors.
300-3t W. W. HALL, Stcrotnry.
Have You Seen
Our stock of Ladies' Bhirt Waisls!
Have You Seen
Our ImiueuBO stock of Lawns ?
Have You Seen
Our assortment of White Strlnul aud Cheeked Muslins!
Have You Seen
Our Llnou Damask for
Have You Seen
Our stock of
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twonty-Two Pounds.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't broak
down whon you'ro ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. The
Steuuno has beon on tho
market fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs SHO. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
BVlLf LIKE A WATCH"
Torms: S10.00 down, balance
62.50 a weok or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. m.
and 1:45 r. St., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 i M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninniro 1 50 1 25
-:- BIRTHDAY -:-
Joint Celebration by Sous of St. Qcorgo
and Scottish Thistle Club.
Under tho patronage of UorBritannio Maj
eity's CommisHiouer and tho llntiah, Vico
Consul, iu aid of The Burr wi UmF.voLM.T
Sociktv, nt Iudcpondonio Turk, Wednes
day evening, May 27th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Social and I)anco, Gnntloman and Ladies $1.
Tickets at Golden llulo IJazaur, Thrum'H,
nolllHtor'ri, Hawaiian Nows Co., Elito Ico
Cream Parlors, aud of members of tho
..! r a m a m - vnirss
Our Llnou Damask for tablo covers and toweling!
lllbboiiH, nil widths aud shades?
THE H. k
B3i- TAKE THE LEAD -j
The E. & &. Summer Corset I
The R, & ft. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino o Sizes now on hand.
The4 T, r. Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortable Riding Corset. ' .
Ferris' G-ood Sense Corset Waists !
Try thorn, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull oil; cord cilgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to aecuro hose supporters.
EST" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
5120. lorfc Stvoot.
Kevolutioii : in : Prices!
GEEAT BARGAIN AND SPECIAL SALE.
Commencing KQMDA.Y MORNING We Offer Goods at a SlaugMe?
la Prices I
ALL DEPARTMENTS HAVE BEEN DRAWN UPON POR THIS SPECIAL SALE.
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS and VELVETEENS.
BROCADE SILKS aro tho rogo in tho States. Wo can beat their
RIBBONS, LACES, GLOVES and SUNSIIADES, never offered
at such prices.
IN HATS, wo can suit you: for tho Boach or Pearl City; for town
or for travel, at tho smallest outlay. 10c. to 25c.
FEATHERS In Plumes and Tips a largo assortment.
FLOWERS and PRUITS-a great variety.
HOSIERY, in all colors and sizes; for small childivn or largo men.
Ladies aud girls will also find a supply.
LADIES' COSTUMES-Somothing special.
QUILTS and SHEETINGS. TOWELS, 50c. half dozen. A splen
EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS and INSERTIONS, all widths.
FLANNELETTES, now patterns, 15 yards $1.00.
And a very largo varioty of Goods in other lines.
Kc&- All goods in tho Salo marked in plain figures. sH
J. T. WflTERHOUSE, QUEEH STREET.
TO THE AGEICULTTJRAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
AamcuiruiuL College, Miss. , Jan. 29, 189G.
Dn. O. W. DAn.NEY, Washington, D. O.
Dear Sin: Yours of rccout date in regard totbo"Socrctury jilowhns
boon on my desk some dnys, but I dolnyed Bonding a reply in ordor
that I might sonl somo photos which go with this.
Deoro it Company Bent ono of tho plows, tho first ono which wascom
ploted, to this station, and wo gavo it a vory thorough tost in Docom
borlast. Tho ground on whioh it was used was a field which had
novor boon plowed moro than six inches deop, and whioh had boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throo good mules wo woro ablo to
plow ten inchos deop without making the work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly a part of tho ground was plowed to a dopth of
lourtoon innhos. Tho plow certaiuly does bolter work than I have
ovor Beon douo with any other implomont. S. M. Tiuov, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
I lmvo novor seen ground loft in as good condition aftor the plqwing,
tho furrows boing thrown so as to pulvorizo tho soil moro thoroughly
than can bo dono by an ordinary plow, and ull trash and woedB wore
completely turned undor.
5" On oxhibition at tho Office of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
It Isn't Your
If it cries out to your nerves from a prison
house of leather.- Ill-fitting shoes would
spoil tho temper of a Saint. But when you
buy tho MolNEKNY Shoe, you get $5.00
worth of comfort with every 3.50 pair of
shoes. They aro mado to fit feet -mado
from best calf-skin. -
EIGHT SHAPES, MANY WIDTHS.
MclNERNY S3.50, S4.SO, 85.
Mclnerny-s Shoe Store.
105 FORT STREET,
Telei'hone 53. ,,
Kiny Strict, nenr Oahu Knllwny k Luiul Co.'n Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMl'OUTEJtH AND MIALKUH IN
X)oois, Sash, !I31mds, Tniniis, Oil,
lluildors' Harriwnro, Etc, Etc.
STAMPED ON SOLE.
50 PER PAIR.
BST P. O. Box 222.
4 Building Co.,
Mr i ii v J3l tit 1 "