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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Choral Society conoort at 8 to
night at tho Opera House.
Superior breakfast sausage is a
Bpooialty ot tho Central Market.
Ring up 104.
Rev. W. S. Amont of Pokinrr
lectured on "China" at Oahu ool
Nui Hook was arrested this
morning for having chofo tickets
in his possession.
Tho trial of tho Mokolii's sailors
took up the morning session of
tho District Court.
The luau at Eapiolani Mater
nity Home has boon postponed
until Saturday, June C.
Tho annual rolay raco of tho
Amateur Athletic Club will take
placo some time in July.
Everything is being sold at
25 per cent discount on the actual
cost at the Temple of Fashion.
W.H. Cornwell'B string of Maui
horses were out for exoroieo on
tho Waikiki road early this morn
ing. Castlo & Cooko Ltd. havo an
advertisement in this issuo, call
ing attention to their stoves and
Calicoes are colored by p-intiag-machines,
bb many printings Be
ing required as there are colors
in the pattern.
Company B will tondor an in
formal supper to Captain E. O.
White at its quarters in the drill
shed this evening.
The wedding of W. H. Rice Jr.
N of. Li hue to Miss Mary A. Girvin
of this city is auuounced to take
place on June 8.
Detective Kaapa has a native
boy named Hiu under investiga
tion for being concerned in tho
disappearance of some rings.
The Hagey Sooial Club will
giv a "liouso warmiuK" social
next Satuiday evening in their
new quarters on Borotania street.
, Manager Krouso of tho Arling
ton promises to make it warm for
the thief who has been stealing
his pigeons and canaries if he is
Anyone thinking of purchasing
a Typewriter will do .uil lo ci
amine tho Peerless before buying.
It h unquestionably lha piinct of
Stmt key will defeat Maher if
he driuks the new 0. P. S. Whis
ky that is just put on the wurkot
at the Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-aud-Half,and Seattle beer.
The Fort Street Cyclory, oppo
site Lowers & Cooke s, call for and
delivor reuted wheels or repair
work in any part of tho city, with
out extra charge. Telophono
Spouting Goods Baseballs
tSpahliugV and Bats, Tennis
tails, Rackets, Strings and other
Sportsman Goods at tho Pacifio
Cycle and Manufacturing Com
Have you seen thoso elegant
ehirt waists at the Templo of
Fashion? They aro tho very
latest in style and design, and tho
price to you is 25 per cent below
the actual cost.
It is tibuaily dawn beforo the
Sultan of Turkey-gOPB to bed, and
at 8 o'clock he is stirring again.
Ho has no confidence) in those
arbuud him, uud his life appears
to be hardly worth a day's pur
chase. Tho twelve waterfront employes
of H. Haokfeld & Co., arrested
for non-payment of taxes yester
day morning, were released lator
in the day, tho firm giving a
guarantee "of payment within two
David Kahaleaahu had both
feet crushed while assisting to
move a soven ton-ugar roller
from the Honolulu Irou Works to
the Btiomer James Makee yester
day afternoon. He was taken to
tho hospital, where his injuries
were attended to.
Do you want true or false
tut biking powder?
coffea? flavoring extract! r
Schilling's Best'xs the true.
Your grocer pays your
money back if you don't
like it. i
The tennis tournament com
mences tomorrow afternoon.
S. F. Ohillinworth, tho Wailu
ku attorney, is in tho city.
L. L. McCandlesB goes to Maui
tonight to look after woll-boring
operations, returning on Sunday.
Dr. A. Mo Wayne and Rev. O.
P. Emerson were among the ar
rivals on tho Mauna Loa this
W. G. Irwin & Co. Ltd. adver
tise a number of their agencies for
largo manufacturing and mercan
Tho Mauna Loa brings news of
an earthquako on Hawaii last
Thursday oveuiug at 8:45, lasting
about half a second. The shock
was felt all over tho island.
A largo number of people wero
interested spectators of tho evolu
tions of tho battalion drill of
miinnes and sailors from the
Philadelphia and Marion' this
LEE CIIU'II TKI1
Will Ship Sovtfral Cantoea of Lumber
to Till Port.
A recent number of Tho Call
has a doqble-column picture of
Lee Chu and gives him tho follow
ing flattering notice:
"Humboldt County whose Cau
casian inhabitants- ten years ago
expelled its Chinese population
and have ovor since prohibited tho
settlement or even landing of any
of the Mongolian race, will Boon
be visited by one of tho proscrib
ed people, who will doubtlessly be
received with open arms. This
will bo a wealthy Chinese, at
present registered at the Grand
Hotel, in tho person of Lu Chu,
president of the Oahu Lumber
Company at Honolulu. He has
como to purchase several cargoes
of lumber, principally redwood,
with which to stock his island
yards, and with that object in
view will leavo for Eureka to
morrow to contract for tho direct
shipmont of the redwood from
Humboldt Bay, and, incidentally,
to inspect tho forests and methods
of manufacturing lumber,. With
the exception of retaining his
queue he is thoroughly CaucaBi
auized in manners and dress, and
this with his mission to Hum
boldt will no doubt secure him a
favorable reception in that auti
Chinese commuuity. By tho
lumborraon of this city Mr. Chu is
believed to bo the only ouo of his
race engaged extensively in that
business, and in view of that fact
a movement is on foot among
them to havo him initiated into
their fraternal order, tho 'Hoo
IN TIIK .TIKDirERIlANEAN.
Englnm Control flioae Witter by tbe
Moat Ponerlnl Fleet Known.
New York, N. Y., April 30.
The Journal's copyrighted Lon
don special says: England at this
moment is supreme in tho Medi
terranean. No less than thirty
four of her battleships and cruis
ers aro in those waters ready for
action. One quarter of these aro
the heaviest warships afloat.
The nominal naval force Eng
land maintains in that sea is from
ten to fourteen vessels. That
number has been supposed to
equnl any emergency. What the
real object of the enormous Bri
tish concentration is remains to
be seen. Great Britain is now in
aposition to practically dictate in
the Mediterranean. There is no
force there, even including the
combined forces of tho powers,
able to withstand the overwhelm
ing British aggregation.
ITllulatcr Ncwnll'a Father.
Arthur Sewall, tho wealthy
ship builder of Bath, Me., who
has beonhoro for threo wcoks past,
says tho Call, and whose son, H.
M. Sewall, was a few dayB ago
appointed Minister to Hawaii, has
been taking lifo easy since his
arrival in California. Ho has
been in and out of San Francisco
every few days seeing near-by
places of iuterest, andyestorday
he packed his grip again and sot
forth from the Palaco, accompa
nied by a friond, to be gone for
two or three days more. Mr.
Sewall the older scorns now en
tirely dovoid of care. No one
would ovor think to look at him
that he had ovor worried ovor
business, built a ship or ran for
theVico-Presidency of tho United
EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 11, 1897.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and hcalthrulnets. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. KorAL Uakino I'ow
uek Co , Nr.w Yoiik.
THE FBAWLKlf CoftllMNY.
The People and Plaj-a In be Ncen Here
The management of tho Colum
bia theater, San Francisco, has
been advised by T. Daniel Fraw
ley, who is now in New York, that
he has nearly comploted his new
company, and it will mako its
initial bow to a San Francisco
audience on Monday evening,
May 31. and will be composed of
the following ladies and gentle
men: 'Frank Worthing, J M
Colville, Theodore Hamilton, T
Daniel Frawley, Harry Corson
Olarko, Wilson Enos, H S Duflield,
Gos Bosworth, Thomas Ross,
William Lemers, Blanche Bates,
Grace Henderson, Phoso Mo
Cook and Georgia Busbey.
Among the plays to be present
ed during the season are: "The
Fatal Card," "Two Littlo Va
grants," "Sue," "Tho Henrietta,"
"Aristocracy," "Sociol Highway
man," "The Case of Rebellious
Susan," "Shenandoah," and a
number of others, nmon'g which
are sevoral new plays that Man
ager Frawley secured whilo in
SPKfcCKELS ON THE TREATY.
Continued from 1st Page.
it will be equivalent to putting at
least $15,000,000 annually into the
pockets of a number of English
and German sugar producers and
the coolies whom they employ,
instead of keeping this vast
amount of money in this country
to be distributed among our
farmers and the people employed
in our own sugar plantations, fac
tories and refineries."
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugir Itofineries Co. ot San
Hiildwiu'H Locomotive- Works of PliuV
delphiu, Pun.. USA.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N.Ohlands & Co' Chemical Fertilizers.
Alex Cross & Bonn, high grade fertil
izers for Cuue and Coffee.
Reeds Steam Pipe Condensers
Offers for Bale
Pnrnffine Faint Co'a P & B Paints nnd
Papers Lucol; and linseed oils raw
Indurine. a .old water paint in white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Like line cabinet work, can only bo done
by tho liest Artists.
Best Tonsorial Artists
Paoheco & Fernandez.
For Rent or Sale.
Neat CottnRO and grounds on Nuuauu
near Kukui Btreet, only two mlnntos walk
from the business portion of tho city.
601 tf A. V. GEAR A CO.
L. S. Aungst has boon made
postmaster at Holualoa, Hawaii.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
the TJJ Hunyadl Spring, Hungary,
stands today at tbe head In popularity
as an aperient water In tho estimation
ot tbe medical profeoslon. The leading
hoopltals In tbe United States and
England prefer it to all other mineral
The Lancet, The British Medical
Journal, The Edinburgh Jnurual, Tho
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 this1 season of the year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw off tbe impuri
ties in the system that tend to wreck
our health and make life miserable.
APENTA WATER la a true spring
Agreeable to take.
Cheaper than most waters.
PRICES : 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Full Line Linen Damask and
Ladies' and Children's English Slack Hose
(Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye)
fl These Goods aro in tho Plain, Ribbed, Bilbriggm and Lace
Patterns and aro guaranteed first-class.
Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
,45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
Damask and Turkish Towels
BATH BLAN KETS, )
Swiss Muslins, French Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair.
JE" Theso goods aro newly imported from Europo and aro guaran
' teed to bo tho very finest on tho market both in finish and quality. The . t
prices aro sure to suit
OGDS THAT AEE NEW
.Fancy Aj?t Tickings, ,
This is thoavery latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, "Printed Lawns,
in now designs and colorings. ,
G-lace Linings for Organdies,
, in nil colors, sarao effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded -AJpnca nnd Molmir.
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists, '
The very latent lu
Kid GHovg and Ladies Bolts.
....A Hitiupte Linn of.,..
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One'of a Kind!
L A.TEST 1ST O VIC L,T J ES1N VEILTJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
5QO Fort Street : : Honolulu.
Since IVe Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened Up ttn
Invoice of . . .
ScEiLLiiq's Best Tbs
Japan Flavor, English, Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BJXING POWDER.
Give thorn a trial. Mouoybwk If you don't like them. Aho, just reooWesI .'
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacm, 1 latin, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beet',
Choice Humboldt Putatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc
FROM $1.85 PER DOZEN
CONSISTING QV ,
212 King street, next to tho Arlington.