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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Senator Datilwiti loft for home
Colouol Spalding returned to
Tho Kinau brought in n heavy
passonger list this morning.
Father Mnthiaa and llev. L.
JByrde woro among tho arrivals ou
tho Kinau today.
Minister Damon and Col.
Curtis Iaukoa loavo for England
by tho Australia.
Tho Uuited States cruisor Bos
ton arrived at Hongkong from
Amoy on April 1.
Tho second Battalion and the
band will have a moonlight drill
Tho now boiler at tho pumping
station is doing good work und
givoB gonoral satisfaction.
John Phillips has returned
from Hilo, whero ho went to look
after several plumbing contracts.
The Misses Holen and Eva
Parker returned from a visit to
Hawaii on this morning's steamer.
Professor Maxwell ha gone to
Maui for a couple of weeks on
' business for the Planters' Asso
ciation. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sohaefer
and son leave for tho Australia
today for a six months vidit to
British Vice-Consul T. Bain
Walker was among returning
passengers from Hawaii who ar
rived on the Kinau.
Mrs. J. A. Kennedy and three
children and Mrs. C. 0. Kennedy
aro among departing passengers
on today's steamer.
Mous. Vizzavona, chancellor of
the French Ligation, leaves on
tho Australia today for a trip to
1 rauco and Corsica.
Tho Kamcharaeha team and a
nine from the U. 8. S. Philadel
phia will have a match gamo of
basoball tomorrow afternoon.
Tho band will play at the Exe
cutive building this afternoon and
the ladies will play tennis at the
Pacific grounds across tho street.
Tho Prince of Wales has been
uuuuiuioualy re-elected, for the
tv. fifth year in suc?easiou, Grnnd
Master of English Mark Masons.
Thero are still a large number
of voters who have not registered
and seem to forget that the timo
for doing it iB gradually becoming
Tho Hawaii Tandems at the
Fort Street Cyolery, opposite
Lowers & Cooke's, are proving im
mensely popular with tho young
In the Circuit Court yesterday
aftornoon W. J. Coelho, the ex
clerk of the District Court, wus
found guilty of embezzlement by a
Tho contraot for building a res
idence for S. M. Ballou wab yes
torday awarded to Carpenter
Craig Tor Sb7a7. Itipley & Dickey
are tho architects.
From Japanese sources the
statement is made that the Japa
nese cruiser Yoshino has been
ordered to follow tho Naniwa to
Honolulu. It is probably based
on the original decision of tho
Japaueeo Government whioh was
B. Lichtig the artist has remov
ed his studio from 1258 King
street, to 22 Beretania, where he
will take pleasuro in showing the
public. Pictures of Honolulu in
oruyon and water colors enlurged
from photncraphs. Tho prices
range from $5 up; this inoludeB
on elegant frame with each pic
ture. James Oriohton, hotter remem
bered as "The Admirable Orion
ton," could read, write anddia-
uto in twelve different languages.
e was an expert Bwordsmun, a
civil and military engineer, a
mathematician, a dramatist, and
although but 23 years old at tho
timo of his death, ho was
master of all tho science
learning of his age.
The cause of lie-tea is
tea baklnfr powder
oda and kc
are money-back. , .
A furnished Iiouro with excel
lent acccHsorics is .o let in Liliha
It is rcportod that David Dayton
will catch for tho St. Louis team
No porson undor 16 years of ago
is pormitted to enter a theater or
tavorn in Heligoland.
Tho postponed monthly moot
ing of the Y. M. 0. A. is fixed for
next Monday ovening.
Tho prices of drugs aro fixed by
law in Austria. This provonts
overcharges for prescriptions.
Minister Coopor will act as
Minister of Financo ad interim
while Minister Damon is away.
Hugh Morrison, manager of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Company's plan
tation at Makaweli, is in the city.
Tho barking of a dog on the
earth can bo distinctly heard by
balloonists at an elevation of four
The annual meeting of the
Strangers' Friend Society takes
place tomorrow morning at 10
Tho regular meeting of the
Board of Health was postponed
on account of tho departure of the
Frank Lincoln, tho American
humorist, will pive an rntertain
ment at the Faoific ' Club this
Of the twelve bridesmaids who
attonded Queen Viotoria on the
day of ber marriage only throe
There will be a mooting of tho
officers of tho Citizens' Guard to
morrow evening. It has no poli
tical significance whatever.
A largo number of people, most
ly Japanese, went down to the
wharf to spo the Nouiwi come in
and the subsequent saluting.
The musical circle of tho Kilo
hana Art League will givo an en
tertainment to members and a few
friends on Saturday evening at 8
Mr. Weaver of W. R. Castle's
office fell from his wheel at 1
o'clock today on the corner of
Fort and Morebaut streets and
narrowly escaped being run over.
The Stars and St. Louis teams
are scheduled to play ball next
Saturday afternoon. The St.
Louis boys say they proposo to
win and oven up matters all
George A. Davis, Charles Hus
tace Jr. and R. N. Boyd have been
appointed a commission toadjudi
cateclaims arising out of the exten
sion of Vineyard streot from Fort
E. W. Barnard of Laurmhonhoo
is in the city. He holds down
the offices of District Jndgo ofN
JNortli tliln, postmaster nnri
notary public and runB a coffee
ranch botweon times.
Dividends are being paid toay
as follows: Paia and Haiku
plantation's 3 per cent eanh, Mutu
al Telephone Company 30 cents a
share. Makaweli plantation will
pav off a 2 per cent dividond on
Minister Kinc will leave on tho
Kinau of tho 18th for a month's
trip to Hawaii. He will visit
North Hilo, Hamakua and Kohala
districts and make a personal in
spection of road work, etc., in
Tho Honolulu Choral Sooiety
had a full rehearsal ypsterday
evening. Its concert will take
place at the Opera House next
Tupsday evening. Tho prices of
admission, lOo. and 25c, ought to
pack tho house from gallery to
Arrests mid a this morning in
clndo 1 Chinese for cruelty to a
horse, 1 native for desortinc the
contract service of the Inter-Island
Company, Ah Chew for con
spirocy to dpfraud a ehefa banker
and a native uirl, Sarah, who is
held for investigation.
The Chinese contraot laborers
who arrived on tho Doric have
been assigned to the various'plan
tations as follows: Haknlau, 80;
Hamakua mill, 32; Waiakea Mill
Company, 20; Oahu Sucar Com
pany, 183; Koloa, 32; A. S. Wilcox
(Hanamaulu), 20; Laupaboehoe,
33; Paahau, 39; Kilaupa Sugar
Corapnnv, 20; Hilo Sucar Com
panv, 35; Dr. Wight (Halnwa),
1-1; PaniGo Sugar Mill, 20. Twen
ty four were rejected for physical
disqualifications and will have to
bo returned to China.
EVENING BULLETIN, MAY C, 1897.
Celebrated for Its p-cat leavening ntremfth
nil lieiltlifulncrs. Aiaurcs the fond ujtaltmt
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. HorAL liAKINO l'ow
dkii Co , New Yoiik. r
The Portuguese Mutual Benefit So
elfty of Hxwall at a i-peelal meeting
helil on tlie 25th day of April, e ejteil
Mr. V O. Telxelra to flit the vacancy
caused by thn resliiutlou of Its Presi
dent, Mr. J. M. Vivas.
Secretary P. M. B. R. of Hamuli.
Honolulu, May 8, 1897. 601 3t
A. dividend will be payable at die
office of Messrs. W. U. Irwin fc Co.,
Ltd , on Friday, May 7, 1897, lo the
stockholders of the HuwhINii Suijar
Co- W. L HOPPER,
001 3ts. Bi-rretary.
A Special Meeting of the H Y. & B.
Club will be held at th Club Hou-e,
on FRIDAY EVENING, at 7:30
P. M , May 7, 1897, for the purpose of
electing a Stcretary and the Iran
paction of other Appoint Iiii'Iupm.
Every member In eurnet-tl v rt quested
to he present. U. B. GRAY,
600 6t Acting Seciftary.
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $5 00 up. Samples to be seen
at my Studio, 22 Beretania Street.
Auction Sales by Jets. F. Morgan.
On Saturday, May 8,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
I will sell at public auction, at the
wharf, opposite the Custom House,
Fort ntreet, for account of whom it
muy oouceru, the
Cargo of Lumber
Per Hawaiian bark Roallp, Nlosen
ma-ter, from Cheralauue, B. O., Feb
ruary 21, JBU7.
Inventory of curgo to be seen at my
Term: Cash, U. S. gold coin.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Honolulu Choral Sooiety,
Assisted by -Local Talent,
On TUESDAY Evening, May 11.
Reserved Seats to any part of the
hout 25 cent, Gallery 10 cent.
Box plan now open at Wall, NlelioN
Co. 002 Ot
William Blair, an aged resident
of this city, committed suicide last
night at 11 o'clock by shootiug
himself in the head with a shot
gun, besides severing tho artery
m his left arm in fivo places, The
body was removed to the station
house. Tho deceased occupied a
room in a cottage on the premises
of H Blunchard and had been in
reduced circumstances for somo
time. His exact ago was unknown
but b'o.bad resided in tho islands
about 80 years, and was said to
hove been a Vireinian by birth.
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock investi
gated tho case this morning and
decided that no iucjuest was ueces
sary. Tho remains weio taken
from tho police station shortly
before noon to the Makiki ccnio
tory, whoro they were buried.
A natural aperlont water, bottled at
tho UJ HunyadI Spring, Hungary,
stands to lay at tho bend In popularity
as an aperient wter In the estimation
of the medical ptoft-HHiou. The leading
hopItli In the United Slates and
England prefer It to all other mineral
Tho Lancet, Tho British Medical
Journal, The Edinburgh Journal, The
Mfdlcul Prens and Circular nil com
mend it with stroug ami forcible lan
guage to people who are suffrrlng from
Constipation, Biliousness, Fatty De
generation, and in all cases whero an
aperient is needed.
At this season of the year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
,asslt nature to throw off the Impuri
ties in the eystem that lend to wreck
our Inaifh and mkf life miserable.
A PENTA WATER is a true spring
Agreeable to take.
Cheaper than mo-t waters.
PRICES: 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
75 Per Cent. Below Former Price !
Bureau Scarfs, Tea Cloths; Cushion Covers.'
Aprons .and Tidies. , ,
EEDTJCED FROM $150
JEmbroidery Silk-s Reduced from oOc. on'cUSl.OO
to lGc. and Q5c. per JBunoh. ,'T ,'.
500 Dozen Chenilles at 25c.
GOODS THAT AEE NEW
Fancy Aj?t TicUing-s,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, IPrinted Lawns,
in new designs and colorings.
Glace Linings for Organdies,
in nil colors, samo effect as silk"
and is very cheap.
Brocaded A.lpaca and Mohair.
A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The very latest In
Kid G-loves and Ladies Belts.
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NO VJ3LTJ ES IN VEILINGS
N. S. SACHS,
5QO "Port Street
Since We Musi Eat to
Just Opened "Up an
Invoice of . . .
SctyLuiiq's Besy Tes
...... CONSISTINO OV
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Gito them a trial. Money biok If yon don't Ilka thorn. Alao, just roooivod
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc'
212 King street, noxt to tho Arlington.
TENTH WEEK !
. . . POMPONS
TO 25o. A DOZEN. ,
Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Ghenilles at 25c.
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