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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 14, 1997.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlio polioo nro eliding stray
Mooulight dnnco nt tho Hoalani
boat Iioubo this avouing.
Mrs. Day will accompany Dr.
Day to Japan on tho Doric.
A. Norman, proprietor of tho
Nagasaki llising tiuii, has boou
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gay of
Kauai are guests of Judge and
Mrs. 0. F. Hart.
Ilov. L. Byrdo will lecture at
St. Andrew's schoolroom this
ovening on Africa.
For rent, moadorn hou'so on
Liliua street. For particulars
apply at this office.
Tho Bolgio brought 8 cabin
passengers, 110 Japaneso and 314
Chinese for this port.
Remember tho sale of tho
Bosalio's lumber cargo at 10
o'clock tomorrow by James F.
The finest of breakfast sausages
are to be had at the Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
phone 104. i.
Remington Bicycles A com
plete outfit of extras for this po
pular wheel is to be had at tho
Facifio Cycle Co., Fort street.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in groat demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choice lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possible rates.
The Empe'ror of China is to bo
memorialized to appoint a Chi
nese consul at Vancouver and a
consul-general at Brussels and
Tho regimental drill last night
was a grand success, there being a
big turnoat in tho rauks. Crowds
of. people viewed tho parade along
W. W. Hall has collected S173 50
for tho Armenian sufferers, S103.90
for tho Indian famine fund and a
largo quantity of clothing for tho
The Oceanic Steamship Com
pany has offered commutation
rates to school teachers for return
trip tickets to San Francisco if a
party of ten or more can bo ar
ranged. Tho Wall, Nichols Co. are busy
today marking down stock pre
paratory to their annual clearance
' sale which commences Monday
next. Goods will be practically
A facetious traveler on tho Wai
kiki line suggested that Manager
Fain ought to open a restaurant
at Hopkins' switch, so that pas
sangers should refresh thoniRelves
with a meal during tho long wait
The Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co , builders of tho Ha
waii Bicycles, say that thoy are
not obliged to run down other
wheels in order to make sales, as
the Hawaii is sold strictly on its
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement wo invite
your attention to the superior
work we offer and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
Road-Supervisor Cummings has
been ordered by Minister King of
oommence work on the Punchbowl
street end of the extension to
Vineyard street to Emma, whioh
takes in a portion or Mrs. itie
A delay of several minutes oc
curred to one of the Waikiki cars
at the King street turn this morn
ing, occasioned by a hot box on
ono of the wheols. Tho hot box
was not caused by rapid transit
but insufficient lubrication.
John A. Hassinger was slightly
bruised about the head and back
yostorday afternoon by tho falling
of a portion of tile trellis work in
front of the Arlington hotel. He
is able to attend to business today
although somowhat sore from his
For everybody: Schil
lit biklnf powder
coffc Severing extract!
ad tod spice
because they are good and
go far. - .,
Miss Cornwell left for Mnui on
tho Milium Lou this morning.
Japan lnw adopted a press rate
for dispatches from Shanghai.
W. H. Bangh, usually known as
Schilling's Best, haB gono to Maui
and Hawaii on a busmoss trip.
Thoro was only ono arrest to
day, that of a poor Chinaman for
non-payment of porsoual taxes.
A. F. Cooko left for Hawaii this ,
morning, expecting to uut back
Lawyer 8. F. Ohillingworth re
turned to Wailuku by this morn
The tenuis courts aro crowded
during the progress of tho games
in the tournament now going on.
Tho U.S. cruiser Yorktown is
on her way homo and may be ex
pected in this port in a week or
The trado of Macao for the last
half of 18 is reported to bo $4,
805.G80, importB, and $4,2G2,G90,
exports: - t
The Amarapoora brought six
Eiassengers for this port, viz.,Wm.
ludolph, Mrs. De Lion and four
Mr. Rudolph, cashier of the
Fort Blakely Milling Co., arrived
in the S. 8. Amarapoora on a
Captain .Ronkeu of the Mounted
Fatrol and Detective Toma Abo
are again on duty after being
In the police court this morning
Ohuug Yee w,as convicted of
opium in possession and fined
$50 and costs.
Driving, rigs and outfits of a
unique or superior kind aro ad
vertised by tho Hawaiian Harcl
Harry Evans, tho police captain
of tho waterfront, left on the Ma
nna Loa this morning on a two
According to the Celestial Em
pire tho Americans at Nanking,
China, have decided to celebrate
Queon Victoria's Jubiloo.
In a letter to the Board of
Health some months ago Dr.
Eldredge of Yokohama predicted
that the plague would break out
in Formosa during the summer.
Tho prediction has already been
Paymaster Cowio, of the U. S.
man-of-war Monooncy, who is on
his way hoine, was recently the
recipient of a very handsome
testimonial of esteem in whioh ho
is held by all on board the ship.
Mgr. Biut, Vicar-Apostolio of
Thibot, who has been twenty
eight years in tho Far East, and
Dr. Mecro, of Yokohama, physi
cian to tho French Legation in
Tokio, have been created Cheva
liers of the Legion of Honor.
A squadron circular issued by
tho United States flagship Olym
pia uuder date of April 12, fixes
tho valnos of foreign silver for tho
quarter ending June 30, as fol
lows: Imperial Japaneso yen at
$0,505, Mexican dollar SO. 508.
It's one thing to tako an order
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
they have reduced their prices bo
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. See what they have before
Deputy Attorney General Dole
and Deputy Marshal mtoncock
left for Molokai on this morning's
steamer. After investigating some
matters connected with tho recent
murder there Mr. Dole will go on
to Maui, while the deputy marshal
has a little business to attend to
For tho convenience of pas
sengers the steamers of tho Nip
pon Yusen Kaisha will in future
call at Southampton to embark
passengers outward bound. Ant
worp has not been found a con
venient port and, as the delay en
tailed is not very great, the com
pany has decided to call in future
The London and China Express
understands that Her Majesty's
Government has again addressed
remonstrances to the Japaneso
Government on tho treatment ac
corded to British subjects engaged
in the camphor trade in Formosa.
The British Government has folt
strongly on tho subjeot, and the
Japanese Government has been
urged to leave mattors as thoy
wore, scuing that it is only two
yoara boforo what is now askod
for will be a right by treaty.
Celebrated for Us grent leavening strength
unit benltlifulnete. Assures tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Hoyal Hakino I'ow
df.u Co , Nkw Yoiik.
Furnished ".House; Parlor, Dining
Room, two B-d rooms, Kltcben, Bath
etc, all In flrnt class condition, Stable
room and servants' quarters; . grounds
in elegant condition. Location' upper
Ltliba street; possession given June 1.
Apply at Bulletin Office. 602-lm
Dr. A. Mo Wayne has gone back
Standard Oil stock jumped to
800 in Now York on April 80.
You get a reduction of' 25 per
cent on all dry goods at the Tem
ple of Fashion.
E. A. Mclnorny'a wheel got
tho best of him on Judd street
last night and now he has to pay
for damages to Dr. Fratt's fence.
Lui Hook, a ohefa fiend, was
fined $25 by Judge de la Vergne
today. Three othor Chinese
gamblers got off with the usual
fine of $10 each and costs.
Kime, a native boy, was arrested
this morning for stealing a copy
nf the Advertiser. In the notice
court ho pleaded guilty. Judge de
la vergne suspenueu sonionco.
It is reported that British war-
ahina in iYia numlinr nf fiffnnn nvn
at Deiagoa Biy, and that trans
port vessels with troops nave been
sent thoro. Thero is considerable
exoitement in town over the
Before giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros,
have to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can give you the
best value for your money or
Don't be persuaded to accept
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just because you
have given an order for one.
King Bros, will give you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can get anywhere elso
You can got dry goods cheaper
in Honolulu today than over be
fore. To close out tho Temple of
Fashion is offering a bona-fide
discount of 25 per cent on the ac
tual cost of all Goods in tho store.
Every piece marked in plain
figures. As this is a genuino clos
ing out sale you can secure first
It has been decided by the Ho
nolulu Amusement Company to
increase its reserve fund from
$1000 to $5000 by the issue of
mora stock at $10 a share. Share
holders are to have first choioo of
seats, An effort is to be made,
through the Belgio's mail, to en
gage Nat Goodwin and com
pany. Tho H. A. O.i is dis
inclined to make Frawley's
its only standby for drama.
E. C. Maofarlane, H. M. von
Holt, J. F.Brown, J. W. Luning
und Uobert Scott are tho execu
tive committee to carry out tho
BY 1'OIjICE AT CALIJVO.
Inquiry hero confirms tho sory com
ing1 from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." He was ashore on December
19 last at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer.", On tap or In bottles at the
Jt Plxefl Bale.
"You cawn't set down no fixed
rule o' conduct in this life," said
old "Wiggins, the Barley Mow
orator. "Samson got into troublo
'oause ho got 'is hair cut, an' Ab
salom got into trouble 'cauao ho
didn't." London Tid-Bits.
A natural aperient water, bottled at
tlio UJ Htinyadl 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, The British Medical
Journal, The 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 the year a mild
aperient taken before breakfast, will
assist nature to throw off the 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 moat waters.
PRICES : 15 and 25 cents per bottle.
Hollister Drug Go.,
i i i -
Full Line Linen Damask and
Ladies' and Children's English Black Hose
(Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye)
jr These Goods are in the Plain, Ribbed, Bilbriggan and Lace
Patterns and are guaranteed first-class.
i- - i ' i' f
Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
Damask and Turkish Towels
Swiss Muslins, French Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair.
K These goods aro newly imported from Europo and are guaran
teed to bo tho very finest on tho markot both in finish and quality. Tho
.prices aro sure to suit you.
GOODS THAT AEE IEW
Fancy Ajrt Tickings,
This ib tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdio Muslins, IPrinted Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
G-lace Xiiniiipfs for Organdies,
in till colors, same effect as Vilk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded A.lpnca nnd Molinir.
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists,
The very latest In
Kid Grloves and TLadies Belts-
....A Sample Lino of.....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LA.TEST NOVELTIES 1 JST VErLIJSTQS
N. S. .SACHS,
520 Fort Street
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have tfie 'Best.
Just Opened TJplan
Invoice .of! . .ty . ' .. ")
SctyLLiilq's Best Tes
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
OIto thorn a trial. Money baok If you don't liko them. Also, jtut received
Choice Bloclr Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackere and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., EW
PROM $1.25 PER DOZEN
212 King street, next to tho Arlington,
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