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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 0, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Buttaliou drill tonight. Tho
band will bo present.
Company D will hold high jinks
tonight after tho battalion drill.
It is expected tho now Hilo
hotel will bo opened some time in
Dr. Grossman, tho popular den
tist, has gone to Ban I?rancisco
for a mouth.
The Commissioners of Educa
tion will have a meeting thiB after
noou at 52:30.
Tho engagement of F.W.Thrum
of this city to Miss Sisson of Hilo
It lc announced that Colloctor
Goneral Castlo goos direct to
Seats for tho concort to be given
by tho Choral Society may bo re
served at tho Wall, Nichols store.
Baseball game this afternoon
between tho Eamohamoha and
Philadelphia teams at the school
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by overy mail steam
er for L. B. Kerr. He soils a single
j . rd at rholcsale prices.
It L uol likely that any move
will bo made in the Japanese im
ir.isrrntion investigation matter
nnMl lotrio time next woek.
The police team wore out for
practise yesterday afternoon for
their return match with Company
U which comes off on Saturday.
Two white men were arrested at
Kakauko this morning on a charge
of malicious injury in tearing
down a fence belonging to a
Tho Hawaii Tandems at the
Fort Street Cyclory, opposite
Lowers & Cooko's.are proving im
mensely popular with tho youug
Ilev. J. M. Monroo is deliver
ing mi address at Oahu college)
this afternoon, ou the subject of
tho American war, in which ho
was a soldier under Garfield.
Tho regular meeting of the
Board of Supervisors of the Free
Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association will bo held in Queen
E ;.ia hull, Friday, May 7, at 9:30
The exports of produce from
Suu Francisco to Hawaii for the
mouth of March last amounted to
S3 17,000. For three months end
ing March 31 the amount was
AV. W. Hall invites subscrip
tions to make up a deficiency of
$2000 in the expenses of tho Ha
W'tiian Evangelical Association
for tlit1 business year which ends
Mr. Humphreys, tho efficient
printer of the U. 8. S. Philadel
phia, still holds down tho art
preservative ou board the flagship.
Ho was hero on tho last visit of
Only about two minutes are re
quired for the blood to course
through tho heart, tbeuse to the
lungp, back to the heart and then
through the entire body and re
turn to the heart.
Pretidont Dole 1ms rosusoitated
the Labor Commission and ap
pointed John Emmeluth, W. N.
Armstrong and Alexander Young
as members. J. B. Castle took
Mr. Aimdtroug'a commission with
him to Washington.
Rev. W. 8. Anient, who was tho
subject of a little story from
Ciiina in yesterday's paper, did
not go through in the steamer
Chiuu. Ho was a college mate of
Hdv. J. M. Monroe at Oberlin,
uud will preach for that minister
at tho Christian church Sunday
John Phillips says that Hilo is
a btidtliug, busy little town and
shows signs of prosperity on overy
hand. Everybody in tho place
seems busy and uew buildings are
going up all over the town. Mr.
Phillips thinks the coffeo industry
is responsible for Hilo's now life
in the kitchen are like oil
on a machine make it run
Pouudmaster Kekueno has a
notico in this paper.
Co. A is called out to drill this
evoning by Captain Paul Smith.
The two performing bears and
thoir owners left on tho Australia
John Foropaugh, tho circus
man, has been accidentally killed
Sign artist Cnrtor is doing a lot
of gold lettering for tho bank of
Bishop & Co.
Fire amidst tho shipping at
Newport News, Virginia, cuused
Nuuanu Chapter, Rose Croix,
A. & A. S. R., holds its regulur
meeting this evening.
David Dayton inBorts a surroy
for sale and a houso in Robollo
lane to let in his card.
A cricket match is arranged for
Saturday between Honolulu and
U. 8. F. S. Philadelphia.
A contemplated luau at the Ka
piolanf Maternity Home is post
poned until further notice.
Tho pumping machinery for tho
now plant at Kahuku plantation
haB arrived from tho Coost.
Tho next mail to the Coast will
be sent on the Belgio, due here
from Yokohama on Friday, May
A command of Major Jonos for
second battalion drill and parade
this evening appears in this
The Loilani Boat Club held a
short mooting at tho Hawaiian
hotel last evening for routine
Tho trial of Harry Hosoi,
charged with being a gross cheat,
is set for May 8 before Judge de
Butler said at Auckland ho
would have used his revolver had
ho known detectives woro on tho
Mrs. Montacuo-Turnor was ono
J of the passengers on tho Austra
lia yesteruay. ono goes to uaK
There were only three cases on
the polico court calendar this
morning, all of which were re
mauded to later dates.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in great demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choico lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possible ratos.
There is a great scarcity of lime
in tho city, and the arrival of tho
steamer Altmore with a large
consignment is eagerly awaited.
Sarah Kalaukalani, who is
charged with the larceny of several
rings, was beforo Judge do la
Vorguo this morning. Her trial
will come off on May 10.
Until further notico tho compa
nies comprising tho second bat
talion will assemble for battalion
drill on the first and third Thurs
day evenings of each nnd overy
Hl'UE NfEEL N.UOKKSrACK.
It Will Be Shipped lo Japau TbroMcb
The Philadelphia Engineering
Company will in a few days ship
overland to San Francisco and
thence to Japan an immense
steel-plate smokestack to equip a
largo new electric light plant in
Yokohama. The stack is a huge
affair, being 175 feet high and 7
feet 3 inches in diamoter in the
clear, weighing ever 9000 pounds.
There are few larger stool staoks
in the country than tho one for
the Japanese company. The con
tract for tho stack was awarded by
S. N. Ishida, a Japanese ongineer,
who is in the United States repre
senting tho Yokohama company.
Several Philadelphia firms have
received contracts for the machin
ery equipment of the plant.
There aro two reasons why
people are now paying car faro
all tho way from Wuikiki to the
Palaraa Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is the only placo on tho
Islands whero tho colebratod Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Reason
2. After paying car faro both
ways patrons find they aro money
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods botwoen Dia
mond Head and Moaualua freo.
Opposito Railway depot, King
street. Tol. 755.
Celebrated for Its great leavening utrcncth
and lienlthrulnets. AMtircs tlio food against
alum and all forms ot adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. ItorAL Uakino I'ow
unit Co , New Yohk.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
1 Snrrcy in fine order; price $200.
Houso and Lot, 75x105 ft., on No. 71
Youug street; parlor, 3 bedroom, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avonne 100x300 ft., foncod.
xjoib on mnan nuu rimc-i streets.
Houso on Robollo lane, Palama; 3 bed
rooms, dining room, kitohon, bathroom,
carriage house and stable; largo yard.
House on Beretania street, near Piikoi
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing estray has been impounded
In the Government Pouod at Mnklki,
1 Sorrel Mare branded "JR" on the
left hind hip, white strip running
from the forehead to the nose, white
spot under the chin and four (out
Aud If such estray Is not claimed
and all pound olmrgen Hatli-lled on or
before SATURDAY, Muy 15, 1897, at
12 o'clock noon, the fumie "111 lie sold
ou that date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUKNK,
Honolulu, H. I., Muy G, lb'J7.
Nuuanu Chapter, No. 1, Rose Croix,
A. & A. S. R.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of
Nuuauu Chapter, No. 1, Roe Cro'x,
A. & . S. It., will he held PHIS
(Thursday) EVENING, May 6, at
7:30 o'clock. All nijournlng brethren
are fraternally luvlted to be present.
By order ol the M. W. M
A. B. 8CKIMOEOUR,
603 It B.oretury.
Second Battalion, Attention.
Companies "C," "D," "E" and "H,"
constituting the Second Battalion,
N. G. H., are hereby cownmui'e I in
assemble at the Dri rth.d THIS
(THURSDAY) EVENING, at 7:3(1
o'clock, for Drill and Pkrane.
By order Major J V. Jones.
603 It Lieutenant aud Adjutant.
Attention, Company A.
Auiiortv Companv A., N. G. H., 1
Honolulu, MuyO, 1897.
AEvory Member ot this Command is
hereby ordered to report at the Drill
Shed THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
Muy 0, at 7:39 o'clook, for
603-lt Captain Commanding.
Furnished House; Parlor, Dining
Booiu. two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bath
etc., all In first class condition, Stable
room aud servants' quarters; grounds
in elegant condition. Location upper
Liliba street; possession Riven June 1.
Apply at Bulletin Office. (IH'Mm
A dividend will be payable at the
office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ltd, on Friday, Muy 7, 1897,'lnihe
stockholder! of the HuwhIIi.m Sugar
Co. W. L.HOPPKR,
601 3ts. Sicreiary.
Tho Warrimoo that is expected
here April 16 from Victoria will
bring a large consignment of
Original Book Boor for tho An
chor Saloon. While, thoro hns
boon Bock Boor ou tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will hnvo ou tap after
tho arrival of the Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that the Bock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Bock Beer in the
States is made at tho first of tho
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
signment to arrive is Borne of tho
original boor and is guaranteed to
bo bettor thau any Book ovor im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor aftor the
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
tho UJ Hull) ad! Sprit g, Hunwirj,
stands to Iny Ht the head In pnpulurtt.s
ns nn nperlmt wifer In tlieestltUMlloti
of the medical piofi-olon. Tin- ) tiding
liofptli In the United Slate-. ut.il
England prefer it to till other mluurul
Tho Lancet, The British Medical
Journal, Tho Edinburgh J iirnut, The
Mtdii-ul Press unci Cirdilnr nil com
mend it with strong ami forcible Ian
guage to people who are stiflVrliiK from
Constipation, IJIllouniiecB, Fully De.
geueruiiou, and in all cusea where u
aperient is needed.
At this season of the year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw off ihe Impuri
ties In the eystem that tend to wreck
our Lua'th and mke life miserable.
Agreeable to take.
Cheaper than mo-twuters.
PRICES: 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
75 Per Cent. Below Former Price !
33u.reai Scarfs, Tea Cloths, Cushion Coyersi
Aprons and Tidies.
. . . POMPONS
REDUCED FROM $150 TO 25o. A DOZEN. -"
JLCmbx'oiderv Silks Reduced from oOc. and Sl.OO
to 15c. aud 20c. per Hunch.
500 Dozen Chenilles at 25c.
500 Dozen Ghenilles at 25c.
GOODS TEAT ABE NEW
Fancy Ajrt Tickings,
This is the very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in new designs and colorings.
G-laco Linings for Organdies,
in nil colors, same effect as silk
nnd is very cheap.
Brocaded AJpnca and Moliair.
A Nn Afcoortuiont of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The very latest In
Kid G-loyos and Ladies Belts-
....A Hample Due of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST ISTOVICLTIIS 12ST VISILHSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Fort, Street : : Ronolulu.
Since IVe Musf Rat h Im, Let's Have the 'Best.
Jnst Opened XJp an
Invoice of . . .
ScljiLUpq's Bbsj Tes
Japan flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Qito thum a trUI. .Mouoy h "il. if you djn'l lllce thorn. Also, Just rocolvod
Ch"c" Block BnHf , Kitt Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Hnind Bacon, rluins, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cl.ciso, Smoked Beef,
Choico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
TENTH WEEK !
, CONSISTINO OF