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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 17, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Watorproof coat lost.
K. 0. Lindsay, of Faia, is in tbe
"W. H. Rico Jr. is over from
Mrs. Samuel Carter and George
Ottorson came down on the Mio
J. S. MeOandlesB has returned
from Eauai and L. L. McCandlcss
Attorney Humphreys gives no
tice of a foreclosure sale by James
F. Morgan on June 8.
The band will play at Emma
square this ovoning, if the wcathor
is clear. Program in another
Warm woathorjis hero try a cbbo
of our soda water it will please
you. Hawaiian Soda Works,
Business men and others using
Peerless Typewriters, Bay that
they do the neatest work and
never get out of order.
Tho tennis tournament in
singles is dtawing to an end. The
play in doubles will probably
commonce on Thursday.
Alexander Young presided at
the opening of the new quarters
of tho Hagoy Social Olub ou fie
rotania street on Saturday even
ing. Tho elootrio lights in Kawaia
hao church went out during tho
servioo last night and candles and
lamps were brought into requisi
tion. In tho polico court this morning
threo Chinese gamblors were fined
$10 each, five drunks $2 oach and
two disturbors of tho night $3
Captain Paul Smith was unani
mously re-elected to succeed him
self in tho command of Company
A. on Saturday evening, and tho
usual good timo followed.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh was un
ablo to officiate at St. Andrew's
cathedral yesterday on account of
illnoBB. His place was taken by
Bev. L. Byrdo of Eohala.
The funeral of tho lato Mrs. W.
S. Luce took place on Saturday
afternoon from St. Andrew's
cathedral, tho interment being in
Nuuanu cemetery. Tho officiating
clergy were Beva. J. Uaborno 'and
V. H. Kitcat.
Printod ducks are just as good,
if not better than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two vory important
considerations. Kerr has them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for ono dollar.
When you have a portrait en
larged soo that you get your
money's worth. King Bros, have
reduced prices to S5.00, SG.CO,
87.50 and $10.00 for work that
they guarantee to bo firatclaas.
They invite comparison.
Representatives of all tho lum
bor firms in tho city were present
at the sale of tbe Bosalio'a cargo
of lumber on Saturday. It was
knocked down to T. J. King, rep
resenting the Oahu Building and
Lumber Company, at $6.60 per
Miss Mabel Ladd was knocked
down and severely bruised by a
fractious horse on Fort street on
Saturday afternoon in front of
Hollister's drug Btoro. Tho horse
bolonged to Harry Agnew, who
left a boy in charge of it while he
went into tho store.
A man named C. A. Sanders
was handed over by the captain
of the Miowera to the police of
Vancouver, having been found on
board a day out of Honolulu
without oithur ticket or money.
He was twico remanded in tho
polico court up to the day the
steamer loft Vancouuer.
Tho excursionists to Bird island
on tho steamer Cummins found
the weather too rough to land and
decided to go to Babbit island. A
landing was effected near Maka
puu point and tho day spont in
hunting and fishing. Tho sea
was rough on the return trip and
most of the1 peoplo were siok.
Go buy this brand what
and go by that brand, if
you like them.
See pound notice.
Tho prico of sugar by the
Doric's report is 3 5-16.
Twenty-one' marines for the
United States ships in port came
down on tho Doric
Hawaii's Young People for
May has been received. It is for
! sale by J. M. Webb.
Tho Healani Doat Club scored
another groat success in their
danco Friday night.
Akiona, a ohefa ticket peddler,
wob sont to tho reef two months
by Judge de la Vergne today.
Torchon and Valoncionnos laces
aro still in great demand. L. B.
Korr has a choice lot, which ho is
soiling at lowest possible rates.
Four natives chargod with sell
ing liquor without a license plead
ed guilty boforo Judge de la
Vorguo this morning. Sentonce
Tllft Honolulu niinrnl Snninfv
t executive thin morning dooided to
suspend meetings until tbe raiudlo
of Soptembor, when practise will
bo resumod for another public
Tho arrosts made by the polico
today wero four of tho Philadel
phia's men for overstaying their
leave, 1 truant, 1 Japanese for in
vestigation ao to his sanity and
another for non-payment of taxes.
Tans. DIMOtlD'g DEBUT.
Hho Exhibit Little Nervnuniitna and
Left Clothes lu ''All llaba."
Tho Call has tho following ac
count of Mrs. Dimond's first ap
pearance on tho San Francisco
It was a well-dressed, decorous
audience that, half amusod and
half shocked, watched Mrs. Carrie
Hogloy Dimond como as near
posing for the "altogether" at tho
Auditorium Theater last night, as
American prejudices permit.
Tho play was "Morgiaua, or the
Forty Thieves," but it would have
been better named "Mrs. Dimond
in Tights," for tho star's desire to
cast aside all superfluous olothing
was the most salient feature in
the whole performance.
The young ladies of the ballet
woro arrayed in even moro invisi
ble costumes than usual, to be in
keeping with Mrs. Dimond. Some
of them looked distinctly as if
thoy did not like it, for with young
ladies of tho ballet dancing and
treading the mazy Amazon march
is a business done for bread and
butter. As for Mrs. Dimond her
self, she had no moro nervousness
than bIio had clothes.
Tho fair debutante did not burst
upon hor audience in tho full
glory of an amazon costume, and
on her first appearance sho let
peoplo down gradually. In the
opening scone where tho perse
cuted Morgiana left her washtub
to talk over the situation with AH
Baba's family, sho was arrayed in
jewels, and thin India silk, through
tho sheen of which very pink
tights were distinctly visible.
Of course Morgiana sang, and
anon Mrs. Dimond showed her
self to be the happy possessor of
two distinct voioes.ono of a quality
verging on barytone, the other a
mezzo-soprano of quite a high
compass. She began "One Smile
for Hor" in the mezzo-soprano
voice, but broke off in the middle,
gazed roproachfully at the loader
of tho orchostra and then began
again in tbe barytone voice, when
she wandered down into profound
depths and astonished the audi
ence jntolarge applause.
Mrs. Dimond did not resist an
eneore; on tho contrary, she gavo
a knowing glanco at tho audience
and began a "coon" walk whioh
astonished peoplo moro than tho
barytono notes. For tho sake of
variety doubtless sho sang the
coon song in her mezzo-soprano
voice, interspersing it with tho
walk and an occasional kick just
to show tho tights.
Hor Bolfpossession was some
thing marvelous. Sho evidontly
tried hard to follow in tho naugh
ty, risquo littlo footstops of
naughty littlo musio hall Bingors,
and slio came surprisingly noar
succeeding. With a littlo praotise
it is easy to beliovo that she might
becomo quito a pet of tho gallery
Mrs. Dimond's sonsational act
was tho amazon march. When
she camo on in tho airy costurao
a few women hissed, and a great
many people laughed. Sho was
anything but graceful in the mazy
evolutions of the march, but there
was no douyinc that sho looked
Celebrated for Its jjreat leavening utrcnfjth
nnd liealtlifulncts. Atsurcs tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Hoval Uakino Vow
nnn Co , New Yoiik.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of
Notice Is hereby given that by vlrtuo
of a power of sale contained in a cer
tain mortgage, dated the 25th day of
Jane, 1691, mailo by Charles Lehmntin
and Jobana Lehmann. his wife, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, to Paul Lemke, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, recorded In the Register
Office, Oahu, in Liber 131, on Page's
208 and 209, notice la hereby given that
the mortgagee intends to foreclose the
atuj for condition irukrn, to wit:
Nonpayment of Interest when due.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weks from tbe
date of this notice, the property con
veyed by said mortgage-will be sold at
public auction, at the auction rooms of
James F. Morgan, in Honolulu, on
Tuesday, June 8, 1897, at 12 o'clock
uoon of said day.
Terms : Cash, U. 8. gold coin. Deeds
at. purchaser's expense.
PAUL LEMKE, Mortgagee.
Further particular mav be had of
A 3. HUMPHREYS,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Honolulu, April 22, 1897.
The premlso" covered by said mort
gace consist of:
That certain piece or parcel of land
situatoou Punch bowl street, Honolulu,
and known as Lot 4, by survey of M.
D. Mousarrat, dated January 8, 1891,
and more particularly described by
metes and bound-) In thedoedof John
Magoon tosald Charier Lehmauu, and
containing an urea of 5,832 square feet,
being a portion of Royal Patent Grant
No. 2463, together with all buildings
and appurtenances thereon. 611-4t
TUB DIAMOND JIIBILU.
BrltUtt Kealdruti of Knnl Arrauclng
for a Celebration.
. A correspondent of the Bulle
tin nt Makaweli writes:
Tho loyal subjects of Queen
Victoria, resident on the island of
Eauai, are at present particularly
busy, making preparations to
celebrato this unique event in their
nation's history. Somo timo ago,
at a meeting of British subjects
held in Waimoa, it was decided to
commomorato tho evont by hold
ing a grand invitation ball on tho
evening of Friday, Juno 18, and
athletic sports on tho following
Committees wero appointed to
carry out tho arrangements and
thoy mean to make this celebra
tion the best thing that has been
seen on the island.
Dancing will be carried on in
tho new spacious hall at Waimea,
and, in a lauai to be erected ad
joining it, supper will be served
and toasts honored.
The sports will be held on the
grounds of Messrs. Gay & Robin
son at Makaweli. The sports
oommitteo has asked for a good
round sum to provide prizes, and
is now preparing a program cal
culated to draw out all who oare
to view, or indulge in manly and
or it Kealdeat
A patron of this paper who
resides out on the plains, not far
from tho Government Nursery,
called at the Bulletin office to
state that if there is anyone in the
neighborhood in need of some
milk ho will bo only too happy to
givo him some, and no ono else
need know of it; but he most do
cidodly objects to having his milk
stolen pail and all as happened
for tho third time yesterday morn
ing, loaving his family in pilikia.
If tho thief calls again and is
caught, as is likely to bo the case,
wolljour subscriber has gone to tho
oxpenso of buying a black snake.
And, by tho way, ho wishes this
warning to bo extended to tho
naughty young poople who hold
moonlight parties near his fruit-
For many a score of years
has Castor Oil been tho pet
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and bowel
trouble with thousands of
Dr. Cummins is tho first
person who successfully dis
guised the taste without affect
ing tho medicinal virtues of
castor oil. Tho taste resem
bles honey and does not pro
duce nausea, can be retained
by tho most delicate stomach.
There nro other preparations
on the market whose proprie
tors lay claim to a perfect dis
guise. We ask that you givo
DR. CUMMINS' TASTE
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and you will agree with us
that it has no equal.
Tho dose is just tho same as
Price 25 cents a bottle.
jBe sure that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Full Line Linen Damask and
FEOM $1.25 PER DOZEN TJP.
Ladies' and Children's English Black Hose
, (Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye)
tar These Goods are in tho Plain, Ribbed, Balbriggan' and Lace
Patterns and are guaranteed first-class. '
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.
55?" These goods aro newly imported from Europe and aro guaran- '
' teed to bo the vory finest on the market both in finish and quality. Tho H'r, t,
prices aro sure to suit you. ' . ' .jti ;-
GOODS THAT ARE NEW
Fancv Aj?t Tickings, '
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
G-lace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded Alpaca and Mohair.
A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists,
The vory latest In
Kid G-loyes and Ladies Belts-
....A Sample Lino of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILIJSTQS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Fort Street : ; Honolulu.
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened Up!
ScliLLiiq's Besj Teys
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Give thorn a trial. Money baok It you don't like thorn. Also, jnat received
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.'
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
a line figuro of a woman.