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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 22, 1897, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 22, 18H7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jtlbtioii weok at Jordnn'u.
Unltnliou drill lliia ovoning.
Co. A will drill tliiu ovoniu.
l'nia plantation pnys a dividoud
Tho Dorio hnd only fivo cabin
prtHsongors for this port.
Tho Young Utiwaiinn's lnntituto
will hold n mooting this ovoning.
Evarvbody is nnxious to hear
the Philadelphia band onco more.
Lnwia & Co. talk straight hohbo
to hoUHokcopora and catorors in
Ham. McKenguo has lost a vnlu
nblo now carriagu horse from
Water on tho lungs.
ltov. Isouberg will hold Qormau
services at tho Y. M. 0. A. hall on
Sunday at 11 a. in.
Tho time of tho polico court
was mostly occupied in tho hear
ing of infractions of tho license
If you want to find out how
cheap Jordan can sell ribbons,
rend his advertisement on tho oth
Trunks, valises, gripsacks and
flannel satchels almost jiven away
at tho Temple of Fashion closing
J. T. Waterhouso calls attontion
to crockery, garden tools and
kitchen utensils sold at lower
prices than before.
Qeorgo Angus returns on the
Mauna Lou ufter a six wooks'
absence. Georgo will be sadly
missed on tho basobalbdiamond
Tho news that the Japaneso
govomrmuit has sloppod all emi
gration to these islands for the
present is received with general
Tho arreits today compriso
three cases of truancy, ono of dis
obedience to paiouls, ouo of ped
dling chofa tickots and two of
opium in possession.
It is reported that two police
men have got tho g. b. for rough
handling of a Chinaman in tho
ejectment performance at tho
Chinese thcator last night.
Preparation for the masquorado
at the llealani Club haB already
commonoed. Ono of tho features
of tho ovoning will bo a song by
ono of our favorite singers.
Sliaw hats for men, noiuou and
childieu are goiny for 25c. each
at tho Temple of Fabhiou, tho
usual 25 per cent, reduction on
the original cost of all goods.
Robert Trim of the bark Semi
nole will roturu to Pugot Sound
on that vessel. Mr. Trim has en
joyed his visit to Honolulu and
hopes to leturn again in the near
Tho boy who takes the horse
Loul lhock out for his daily ex
ercise will got into trouble if ho
continues the habit of using tho
King Btreot sidewalk as an exor
At tho practise shoot for the
coining match of Company G with
the Police team, Chas. "Wilcox
scored 47 points at tho Kakaako
butt'i, which lowers the Polico
Whilo ono of tho sailors of tho
bark Semiuolo was out swimming
last night ho was taken with
cramps, and had it not beou tora
piKgiri" boat ho would undoubted
1 hdo Liuou drow Una.
Captain ilickehou of tho bark
Fortuna will give ouo of his ori
ginal boating partios this aftor
noon. Tho paity will moot at
Broker's wharf and sail around
the buy, returning ou board ship
The fVplnin and offianrs of tho
U. S. S. Marion will recoivo
their lady friends on bnard chip
to a danco tomoriow afternoon.
The ship will bu Lmddoiualj de
corated and an eujoyablo time is
A group of ouorgotic young
men may bu been together at tho
Myitlo Boat Club ovoiy ovoning
and pull boats r.t a lorrilio speed
around tho harbor. It is hoped
to matoh them against tho State
University in tho near future
The jurv at the coroner's in
quest regarding tho death of a
Chinaman at tho riot in Lihuo
rondou'd a unanimous verdict,
that the lnna, II. Wnltors vn&
entire! ju&tified in ubing his ro
Yolver in soil" defense wheu at
tacked by tho Chinaman.
ARRIVAL OF THE DORIC
u'iuai, mi.mimj or -iiii: i:oa::o
Inimueaa Uovcriiinnit Una Hliiril
All Kmlurnllotl lo llieaa lalitlidl
Tho Occidental liner Doric
mado her appoaranco off port
shortly after (5 o'clock this morn
ing. Sho was boarded by Dr.
Day, tho port physician, shortly
afterward, and was found to have
a clean bill of health. There was
no sickness of any kind on board.
Tho vessel was allowed to como
up to tho wluwf in strict quaran
tine, pending notion by tho Board
of Health. The Doric had over
Bixty through passengers in her
cabins, besides fivo for this port
and 551 Chinese in tho stcciago.
A special meeting of tho Uoard
of Health was convened shortly
aftor the vessel docked. Dr.
Eldredgo roported that smallpox
in Yokohama and throughout tho
Empirowas rapidly decieasing.For
tho two wooks provious to tho de
parture of theDorio thero woro only
27 cases in Yokohama as against
123 for tho two weeks bofore. Dr.
Eldredgo also iuformed tho Board
that the Japnueso Government
had peremptorily stopped all in-
migrutiou to Hawaii until uu m
veutigation could le imuli into tho
ciroumstaiu-H attending the ro
turu of iuniiitiaU on the Shin
shiu maru tiuii fcjukutu. luaru.
In view of the fuot that many of
the 1) rie'- Mumih o.k. ugein
hud hoarded the ejuel at Yoko
hama, (he Board decided that
uoiu of them could bo allowed to
laud here. The hvo passengers
for this purtjwero allowed to laud,
aftei being fumigated on condi
tion that they report daily to Dr.
Day as lonn as reqnirod. Their
effects will also bo fumigated be
fore being givon to thorn.
Through Dr. Day Captain
Smith of the Doric offered to re
main in port until tomorrow if his
paasengere woro allowed to land
but tho Uoard could not soo its
way to granting the request. The
vessel will consequently sail at
G o'clock this evening. Mail
must bo deposited in the post
ofiico ono hour previously.
I iiKui-iii Kit ii K. Hull'.
The following officeis of P. U.
Brooks Division No. 1, Uniform
Rank, Knight of Pthias, were
duly installed in office last night
by 0. B. Gray, actinj; as installing
Captain Georgo P. Denison.
Lieutenant -Ed. Towse.
Hei aid- I'rank Barwick.
Recorder S. J. Salter.
Treasurer -V, B. Oat
Guard George L. Dall.
Sentinel C. J. Fauouf.
"I never laughed so much iu
my life," siiid tlio Kiug of Sinm
about Frank Lincoln's entertain
ment. Next weok.
In this issue will bo ton ml tho
box plan notice for tho groat
Vaidis Twin Sistois, to appear at
the Opera House on Friday ovon
ing of noxt weok.
Tho Emigration Agents' Union
of Japan, when Hie breeze about
Hawaii whiBilou up, patui"'iod
tho Government to allow itn dele
gates take passage on tho war
vosselsto be dispatched to Ilawaii.
Trninor 'S'st, Jim! I hev mo
eye ou wun ov do greutos' tiainin'
gioun's for yor on do m-xp. Jim
THwk TVbuM Trainer 'S'li!
li'n do ia.iUi.noth cave. Ji.a T. vU
- Wot good is u cave for tannin V
Tiainor -L o!: at da givat )jr.io
tiso yer'll Kt wid yor echo
Card of Thanks
Tilt' wlilow und rlildrpn of din Into
A. Ii. Chaves desire to expreHH thoir
leopet tliuuki for the kind Hyinnatliy
extumliMl tliHin diirlfig thblr biwivn.
Attention, Company A.
Ajokiuy CoMi'Asy A
CoMi'Asy A., N. O. JI.-k 1
Honolulu, Ajiril 22. lb!i7.J
Kvory Meml'i-r of thin Coiuuinml in
bproby onlereil to roiort nt tho Drill
SUa THIS (Tlmrrtclii) 1 VK'INO,
-i at 7:.'iO o'clock, for
I gsibj k
Celi'brati'd for its rcfit Icnwnlnj; itrcncth
nnrt lic.ilthrultii' - APMirv tin' food OKAln-t
nlum nml ml forms n( adulteration common
to t ll. ll.- 1 rnluln llOTll 1UKIM) 1'ITO-
m.it Co, .Ntir miK
JF YOD HAVE NOT IN
SPECTED OUR STOCK OF
Crockery, G-ardon Tools j
THE LOSS IS YOURS.
Rocont arrivals from Eng
land und the United Stntes
have brought us everything
necessary for the kitchen and
dining room in the lino of
Utensils, Crockery and Glass
ware. SETS ALL PRICES !
The quality of our goods can
not bo questioned.
Stock is Complete.
We have nil kinds of Tools
and Agricultural Implements
used on tho lawn or in the
garden. Competition among
the manufacturers and the ab
sence of trusts enables us to
sell at 25 percent less than
Let's Have Your Custom.
J. T. Wfll
Friday, April 30th.
VAIDIS TWIN MBS!
Tpi1 Elegant; dnmpani of
A High Clnsj Vauevlllo OrgauUu
You Can't Afford to Miss It!
Orchestra and Druta Circle $1.00
First Row, Family Circle MM)
Family Circle 75
Aiiminsion to Gallery 50
T Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co.'o.
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
0kicm SOS JUrehut)t Htreot, CimpUill
Blotk rear of J. 0. Ojrter'n offlw. I. O,
ii. ii in i . i iiwwi mmmmmemmmmm
J. T. WftTEBHOUSE
$2,853.00 to be Given
Away in 130 Prizes.
The Eastman Kodak Com
pany have decided to award
tho above prizes to amateur
photographers for the best
Pictures and Lantern Slides
made from their Transparent
All kodakcrs are entitled to
compete for the prizes. The
pictures will be exhibited and
the competition will bo decided
All persons desirous of en
tering the competition must
have specimens at Rochester,
N. Y., before September 1,
JUST For further information
call on us, and we shall be
pleased to sorvo you.
Hollister Drug Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Eastman Kodak Company
500 Pieces Assorted Ribbons at
Wider Ribbons in Proportion !
SILK TRUOfiN&S and PASSAM1NTSRIES
A.t 2xcoccliiip;ly Low Xi'ioos.
mr lOB TI-IXS "WJiUHIv ONLY 3
m. 10-FORT STEEET STOBE-Uo. 10
Houssleopers, Attention !
ARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK
In Bed Spreads
A Full Sized Bed Spread, hemmed, ready
for use, at $1.25.
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
t&r These arc now fresh goods, just opened nnd bought
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street
Since We Must Eat to Live, Lcl's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened TJp an
Invoice of . . .
SeljpLUjfliq's Busy Tes
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
QWo them a trial. Mono back !( you don't like thsus. Also, just rctfeircJ
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potato"?, Etc., Etc., "Etc,'
of Ribbon at 25c. the Piece.
23- Those Ribbons hnvo from 0 to !)( yards in
K&. These Ribbons have from 9 to 18 yards in
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
IV iwptUfMi mmmtm
each piece. 2
45c. the Piece.
each piece, jgl