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EVENING BULLETIN, MAT 10, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Choral Socioty Concert tomor
In Qormnny tho oonaua is taken
evory five years.
The polico won tho shoot aoainst
Company G. on Saturday.
Tho third shoot for tho Marlin
trophy has been sot for Saturday,
Three of W. H. Comwoll's raco
Lorses arrived on tho Claudine to
tako part in tho 11th of June
Tho Hoard of lloistration will
Bit at Ewa on Wednesday and
Superior breakfast sausage ia a
specialty at tho Central Markot.
Ring up 101.
Tho alarm of fire on Saturday
ovoning was turnod in for a Wai
kiki brush pile.
Eight drunks woro accorded tho
usual fino this morning by Judge
do la Vergne.
ThomaB Brown of tho Bank of
California roturned on tho Clau
dine yeetorday from a visit to
Tho warm weather of yesterday
caused a biq oxuluu to thu bor.ob,
and Waikiki resorts wero crowded
Attomey-Goueral Smith visitod
the Japanese cruiser on Saturday
afternoon and was accorded tho
There will bo no band concort
at Emma square tonight, as tho
band has to participate in the
Choral Society rehearsal.
At Bombay all tho Hindoo son
tries Baluto any passing black cat,
thinking it may possibly bo the
soul of an English olllcor.
Commander W. H.Whiting, who
three years ago married Miss
Afonc, has been ordered to Wash
ington for examination prior to
Tho most valuable collection of
stamps in Russia belougs to a Mr.
Mreitfus of St. Petersburg. It is
arranged in over 100 volumes
and is valued at 1(000,000 rubles.
Sharkoy will defeat Mahor if
he driuks the new O. P. S. Whis
ky that is just put on tho markot
at the Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-aud-Half and Seattlo Beer.
The Fort Street Cyclery, oppo
Bito Lowers & Cooke r, call foi and
deliver rented wheels or repair
work in any part of tho city, with
out extra charge. Telephone
SronTiNa Goods Baseballs
Spalding's and Bats, Tonuis
Balls, Buckets, Strings and otlior
Sportsman Goods at tho Pacific
Cycle and Manufacturing Com
pany's. The program for the first popu
lar concort of tho Honolulu Choral
Society appears in another
column. Among tho soloists are
Mrs. E. D. Tonnoy, Mrs. R. D.
Walbridgo, W. H. HoogB, Prof.
Yarndley, B. L. Marx and Chas.
A Nuuanu-street car jumped
the track aud ran into a hitching
post opposite the Waterhouso
premisps yesterday. The post
was broken and the car badly
wrecked. The accident was caused
by the ohain connecting tho
brakes parting. No one was hurt.
Tho Strauger'u Friend Society
has re elected the following offi-
J cers for the ensuing year:- rreBi-
dent, Mrs. A. macKintosn; nrst
vice president, Mrs. JF. E. Hob
ron; second vice president, Mrs.
A. Fuller; secretary, Mrs. S. M.
Damon; treasurer, Mrs. E. W.
Jordan; directress, Mrs. F. R.
Day; auditor, E. W. Jordan.
The single gun fired from tho
Philadelphia at 10 o'clock this
morning gave notice of the con
vening of a general courtmartial
to try the sailor who olubbod an
other while on battalion drill last
-week at the ball grounds. Tho
offense is a heinous one against
naval discipline and the mau will
likely not get off with less than a
1 couple of years' imprisonment.
Good we mean it; your
grocer pays your money
back if you don't like
The Oritorion barbor shop has '
a new card clsowhoro. I
A notice of Govommont bonds i
called in appears in this paper by
Tho rehearsal of tho Choral i
a l l -till I ill..
society lonigut iukub piuuu iu mu
Sinco noon threo boys havo
been arrested for truancy and ono
sailor for deserting tho ship Iro
quois. Tho arrival of throo sailing ves
sels with small lots of limo on
board has partially rolioved tho
Ah Mau was fined S25 and costs
by Judgo do la Vorgue this morn-,
ing for having a chofa tickot on
If you wish to enjoy a bicycle
rido by moonlight this week, call
up COS on tho telephouo for a
Twolvo of tho nativo laborers
employed on the waterfront by H.
Hackfeld & Co. wero arrested this
morning for nonpayment of per
Captain Eurooka and his staff
in full uniform came aBhoro from
tho Naniwa at 10 o'clock this
morning and havo Binco been re
Manual Brown 1ms rolioved V.
J..Fagorooa from duty aB one of
tho turnkoys at the police station.
HiB place will bo taken by mount
ed patrolman Backer.
Thore was a heavy fall of rain
at Eahuku on Saturday night and
Sunday morning. It also rained
hard at Waimanalo on tho rail
road yesterday morning.
Wahinoaukai, tho nativo who
deserted from the Kenilworth by
swimming ashore, was arrested
this morning and is hold ponding
a consular investigation.
Tho Committee on Firoworks
for tho 4th of July celebration
are somewhat in a quandary as to
tho best location for their exhibi
tion aud would like to receive any
In tho polico court this morning
Makaainana, one of the salors
omployod on the Claudine
was fined 810 and costs for as
saulting expressman Nieper on
the docking of tho steamer yester
Printed ducks are just as good,
if not bettor than anything elso
for boys' Bhirt waiBts. They wash
and wear well, two very important
considerations. Kerr has them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for one dollar.
roimrii of july.
IHoctluir of llm Committee nl Arrange
menu on Saturday Kvcnlnc.
George W. Smith was unani
mously elected chairman of tho
Committeo of Arrangements for
tho proper colobration of tho third
aunivorsary of tho Hawaiian Ro
publio at tho meoting held in the
drill shed on Saturday evening.
Ed. Towso was re-elected secre
tary. After some preliminary talk it
was decided that the colobration
be on the same lines as that of
last year, with such other events
aB the committee sees fit to add.
The chairman and Finance
Committee were given authority
to join in with tho committee in
charge of the American celebra
tion in tho matter of dividing or
arranging for the expenses.
Chairman Smith will appoint
sub-committees during tho week
and arrange for another meeting
of the General Committee later on.
Will Mculo Kiwalalmo Wnll.
A battalion of six companies
from tho U. S. flagship Philadel
phia will land at 8 o'clook tomor
row morning. It will march to
the new baBoball grounds at Ma
kiki, where it will drill with arms
to musio. On tho return march,
at about a quarter to 11, tho bat
talion will scale the stouo wall of
Kawaiahao church yard.
Cricket ou Hatnrday.
An interesting game at criokot
was played on Saturday last at
tho old baseball ground, whioh
has boon put, in good ordor
through tho energy of A. M.
Hewott. Sides wero chosen by
H. Horbort aud A. St. M. Mackin
tosh from players on tho ground.
Tho gatuo was won by Mr. Her
bert's side, which mado.72 runB
against 51 for tho others.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strcnjitb
and lionlt tit'ulncf . Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cluap brands. ltovAl, Uakinu I'ow
urn Co , New Yuiik.
Till; ntF.KIIlKNT'N T It I II u re
Continued from 1st rage.
walking past it with bared head.
According to careful estimates
somo time after the parade had
started for the review, there wore
betweon 58,000 and 00,000 men in
lino. Of thia aggregate, tho
Unitod States regular and navy
forces numbered '1000, national
guard of Now York, 13,000, and
national guaid of other states,
The G. A. R. veterans in lino
wero computed at 10,000.
THE NAVAL DISPLAY.
The warships which lay at an
chor in the river in sight of tho
tomb olaimod the attention of tho
crowd before tho arrival of the
dignitaries and thecoramoncemont
of the services of dedication. The
river was dotted with small boats,
which woro tossed about ou tho
roughened waters and looked from
tho bluff like so muny bobbing
corks. All was life and bustle
aboard tho mon-of-war. Tho mer
chant marine division was located
iu the lower bay.
At G o'clock orders flashed from
the flagship for the fleet to dress
for the day's festivities. A few
moments later a rainbow of colors
began going up from tho bow of
tho New York. Immediately
every vessel in the Boot followed
The big ships made a magnifi
cent showing in their gala attire
with rainbows of bunting from
bow to stern. Tho naval grand
division was under command of
Rearl Admiral liunce, U. S. N.
The anchored vessels wero: U. S.
S. Now York flagship, Cap
tain Silas Casey; Massa
chusetts, Captain Frederick Rodg
era; Indiana, Captain H S Taylor;
Columbia, Captain Jas N Jones;
Maine, Captain O D Sigsboe; Tex
as, Captain Wise; Raleigh, Cap
tain J B Coghlan; Puritan, Cap
tain J E Bartlett; Amphitrite,
Captain J O Barclay; Terror, Cap
tain H Horrington. The rovonuo
marine contingent was aB follows:
Porter, Captain Abbey; Wood
bury. Captain Hart: Dallas, Cap
tain Rodgors; Hamilton, Captain
Mitchell; Windom, Captain Mag
uire. Several lighthouse tenders and
the foreign warships mentioned
below contributed farther to the
grand naval spectacle.
The New York was tho first
vessel passed by the Dolphin and
President McKinley doffed his
silk bat and bowed as the first
gun of her salute boomed across
the waters. Next came tho India
na, and the guns of the British
cruiser Talbot welcomed tho pre
sident. Tho Texas was tho next
to greot him, and then tho two
Spanish ships, the Maria Toresa
and the Infanta Isabella, the
French corvetto Fulton,tho Italian
cruiser Dogali and the Raloigh,
Columbia, Araphitrito and Terror,
of the White Squadron, saluted in
quick Buccossion as tho Dolphin
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Wo aro not making (much at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
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and you won't regret it. King
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Madam Yulo, who latoly ar
rived from tho Coast, is located at
the Eagle Houbo, Nuuanu street,
whore she is prepared to per
manently remove moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by electricity.
Bho has also for salo an oxcollont
faco bloach, warranted not to in
jure tho skin. Madam Yulo makes
a specialty of electric troatment.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
the UJ Hunyadl Spring, Hungary,
stands today at the head in popularity
as an aperient water In the estimation
of the medical profession. The leading
hospitals in the United States and
England prefer it to all other mineral
The Lancet, Tho British Medical
Journal, Tbe Edinburgh Journal, The
Medical Press and Circular all com
mend It with strong and forcible lan
guage to people who are suffering from
Constipation, Biliousness, Fatty De
generation, and In all cases where an
aperient Is needed.
At this season of tbe year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw off the impuri
ties in the eystem that tend to wreck
our health and make life miserable.
APENTA WATER Is a true spring
Agreeablo to take.
Cheaper than moat waters.
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ister Drug Co.,
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Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
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Swiss Muslins, French Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair.
jggp These goods are nowly imported from Europo and aro guaran-
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This is tho very latest material for
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Organdie Muslins, 3?rintod Lawns,
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G-lace Linings for Organdies,
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Brocaded .Alpaca and Moliair.
A New Assortment of
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