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EVENING BULLETIN, MA.Y 21, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The ball gamo tomorrow will be
between tbo Regiment and" St.
Judgo de la Vorgne has six
civil suits to occupy his attention
The New York stockbrokers are
said to wear out tbo floor of their
exchange every five years.
A meeting of the Myrtle Boat
Club will bo held in the Chamber
of Commeroe room this evening, j
Charles Beoves and Miss Ea
lani K. Laanui were married last
evening at St. Andrew's cathodral.
,LndieB should buy "crepe" roll
tisBtio papor at Wall, Nichols Co.,
only 25 cents, during oloaranco
A Some fine nowsurroys have just
arrived. They are offered on sale
'and can bo inspected at the Club
Warm weather;is hero try a case
of our soda water it will please
you. Hawaiian Soda Works,
Tel. 632. .,.
There were no arrests thiB
morning and at 2 p. m. the jail at
the pohco receiving station was
The finest of breakfast sausages
are to be had at the Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Judge Ferry has ordered J. R.
Holt, libellant, to pay Maleka
Holt, libelleo in divorce, $50
It is proposed that oaoh nation
ality in Honolulu shall get up a
representative float for the Fourth
of July parade.
Bicycle shoes, stockings, sweat
ers, t loggins, lamps, etc., at tho
Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing
Co.'s, Fort Btreot.
The receptacles for dead child
ren in Spain are coffins of a pink,
bluo or gray tint, which are car
ried open to the grave.
One of the sailors of the Mauna
Loa whs hooked by one of tho
cattle on tho trip. He was taken
to tho hospital this afternoon.
There is to be a tug-of-war
tournament at the pavilion, Ala
kea and Borntania streets, on Sat
urday evening, the 5th of Juno.
Some of the employes of the
Honolulu Iron Works favor get
ting up a float from that estab
lishment for tho Fourth of July.
Four of tho eleven Chinese
gamblers arrested last night were
fined $10 each this morning in the
police court and the rest were let
There is freo admission to the
exhibition of paiutiugs at the Ki
lohana Art League, open from 1
to 5 p. m., and Saturday from 7 to
0 p. m.
It is more than likely that the
Begiments will replace Kaauoi at
first baso with a better man in to
morrow's game. Tho balance of
tho team will bo unchanged.
Judge Ferry gavo judgment for
the plaintiff in the debt case of E.
Furuya vs. John Euaana. De
fendant noted an appeal. Davis
for plaintiff; Eaulukou for de
fendant. The Council of State met at 2
o'clock this afternoon to consider
the proposed special appropria
tion for the quarantine expenses
iuourred by the Einai-Maru's im
migrants. Inspeotor-General of Schools
H. S. Townsond writes that while
on Eauai his horse fell with him,
bruising him up pretty badly. He
was still continuing his visits to
the, schools on tho island in spite
of his acoident.
The Einai-Maru's immigrants
were fed while in quarantine by
Japanese boarding house keepers
at an expense of 6 to 8 cents a
day. Then they go book to Japan
and complain about the food giv
en them in quarantine.
There are fewer than fifty news
papers published in the entire
kingdom of Portugal, the popula
tion of which is nearly 5,000,000,
or about; the same as that of
Pennsylvania, in whioh the total
number of newspapers published
The adjourned meeting of the
Hawaiian Sooioty of the Sons of
the Amerioan Revolution will
tako place at tho Safe Deposite
Building at 12:30 noon tomor
row, Saturday. Tho Committee
on Resolutions to other State
Societies will report and it is do
sirod to havo a largo attendance.
A notice to corporations is giv
en elsowhero by tho Miuister of
A captain and first lieutenant
for Company O. will be elected on
Friday, May 29.
One solitary drunk was all that
answered Judge de la Vorgne's
roll call this morning.
E. O. Hall & Son Ltd. have
something to say eleowhoro on the
question of windmills.
The Wild Swan will not leave
until after the Queou's birthday.
She goes to Esquimalt.
Tho I. X. L. can supply you
for the Fourth with decorative
and pyrotechnic material.
There is an important meeting
of the a Red Men to bp held at
Harmony hall this evening.
No beer is allowed to leave the
best Gormon breweries until after
it haB been made throe months.
The, annual session of the Medi
cal Association commences on
Tuesday next and will last three
There will be a cricket matoh
tomorrow afternoon between H.
B.M. 8. Wild Swan and Hono
Order a case of soda water, hop
ale, pineapple, kola, raspberry,
etc. etc., from the Hawaiian Soda
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
are still in great demand. L. B.
Eorr has a choico lot, which he is
selling at lowest possible ratos.
Rev. Arthur M. Clark, a Faulist
from San Francisco, will begin a
series of lectures, announced moro
particularly in an advertisement,
at the Roman Catholic Cathedral
on Sunday evening.
Printed ducks are just as good,
if not bottor than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two vory important,
considerations. Eerr has them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for one dollar.
Tho front of the letter box at
Eing street and Waikiki road was
takon off by ordors, for the mak
ing of repairs to tho lock. Some
one given to malicious mischief
had stuffed the lock with rubbish
so that it refused to work.
Singers lead the world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Bergersen, agent,
16 Bethel streets.
THE COCXC1L OF STATE.
Continued from, 1st rage.
He always understood it to be a
raging epidemio and nothing less.
Certainly half a dozen cases of
smallpox was not a pestilence.
At any rate he did not believe that
tho Council should stretch its
powers to moot this caso whioh
presented no features of emergen
cy. It was true that the Couucil
had appropriated money for the
cholera epidemio, but that was a
different matter. Thero was
no question about that being a
Mr. Smith did not agree with
the last speaker. It waa a pestil
ence to his way of thinking and
if it had not boon nipped in tho
bud would have been a bad one.
Mr. Eennedy could not boo why
the ship was allowed to go. All
the previous vessels had been
forced to pay every dollar.
Mr. Jones as a member
of the Council was opposed
to the appropriation. As a private
citizen he would be onootsix to
lend the government the money
without interest until the legisla
turemet. Minister Cooper said it placed
the Executive in a bad position.
No one would bo willing to servo
as guards without their pay being
President Dolo said there was
no motion beforo the Council.
Mr. Smith said judging from
the rmntks of the mombors thero
was no need for any.
President Dolo replied that a
motion to adjourn was in order.
It was made by Mr. Eennedy and
It's one thing to tako an order
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. Eing Bros'
portraits have always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
thoy havo rqducod thoir prices so
low, an oxtra inducement is offer
ed. Seo what thoy havo before
Celebrated for tta great leavening strength
and licnltlifulncts. Assures tho fond ognlnst
alum and nil forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Hutal Hakino Pow
der Co , New Yoiik.
Has Proved a Great Suo
' cess in these Islands
as well as in the
Wo quoto from a lottor received
lately from a gentleman who haB
had much experience with Wind
mills. Ho says:
"I liavo the Windmill creotcd and It works
like a charm I bavu tureu makes of Wind
mills on the Ranch, and tbo I'KUKINS Rlres
mo less trouble, than any of tbo others.
There it 'no doubt' of Us bulnga First-class
Mill. "Yours very truly,
UONOLUA RANCU. (Maul).
" H. C. Searle."
We have Galvanized Steel Mills,
8-10 and 12 feet. Also, Wood
Mills, 10, 12-1G and 18 feet.
We have just orected a 12 foot
Galvanized Steel Perkins Wind
mill at Moiliili at the foot of the
hill, on a wooden towor sixty feet
We would like to havo anyone,
who desiros to purchase a Wind
mill, examine this one, or any
other PEREINS MILL, and he
will at once be convinced of its
Wo havo also GOULD'S
PUMPS of various kinds and
sizes. No bottor pumps than these
aro mado and the prices are very
If you want a Windmill or
Pump, or Galvanized Pipe of all
sizes for conducting water, please
give us a call, und wo can accom
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
TUG OF WAR
Pavilion Beretania and Alakea Streets.
SATUBDAY, June 5,
at 7:30 v. m.
RT Entries can be mado at Thrum's
Book Store up to JUNE 1.
Notice Is hereby given that Bay
Cow branded "Y'r on right lilud hip,
tall white, two horns uud while spot
under the belly and alno one bluck
Cow branded txi above on right hind
hip, white atrip under the belly, blind
on the left eye and no horns are Im
pounded In the Goverument'Pouud at
Maklkl, Honolulu, and If such eatrays
bo not claimed and all pound charges
satisfied "on or before SATURDAY,
May 29, 1897, at 12 o'olock uoou the
Bume will be Hold on that date and
hour to the highest b.,.der.uBNKi
1 Honolulu. Mav 20. 1897. 015-3t I
For many a score of years
has Castor Oil been the pet
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and Dowel
trouble with thousands of
Dr. Cummins is tho first
person who successfully dis
guised tho taste without affect
ing tho medicinal virtues of
castor oil. The taste resem
bles honey and does not pro
duce nausea, can be retained
by the most delicate stomach.
There are other preparations
on the market whose proprie
tors lay claim to a perfect dis
guise. Wo aBk that you give
DK. CUMMINS' TASTE
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and you will agree with us
that it has no equal.
The doso is just the same as
Price 25 cents a bottlo.
Be suro that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
New European Goods!
Full Line Linen Damask and Table Napkins
FROM $1.25 PER DOZEN TO.
Ladies' and Children's English Black Hose
(Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye)
EST These Goods are in the Plain, Ribbed, Balbriggaa and Lace
Patterns and aro guaranteed first-class.
Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
Swiss Muslins, French. Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair.
53?" Theso goods aro nowly imported from Europe and aro guaran
teed to bo tho very finest on the market both in finish and quality. Tho ,
prices aro suro to suit you. '';'''
GOODS THAT AEE NEW
Fancv .Art Tickings,
This is the very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc
Organdie Muslins, 3?rinted Lawns,
in new designs and colorings.
G-lace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded -AJpaoa and "Mloh.aii
-A. New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The very latest In
Kid Grloves and Ladies Bolts-
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILIJN"GS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Fort Street ; ; Honolulu."
DtuwT & i - pfauitidual 0 BAifify 1 , ,
rkble I pL. trKty,&aE)a ,jt
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole charge of the Institute, notice Is
given that no one Is authorlied to so
licit for collect monies on account of,
or enter Into any contraot In connec
tion therewith save the undersigned.
ROBERT SWAN SORIMGEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 19th May, 1897. 615-6t
An Important meeting of alt those
who have been elected to Membership
In the new I. O. R M. Tribe and have
paid thetr fee, will he held THIS (Fri
day) EVENING, at 7 :30 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King Btreet.
JOHANNE8 F. ECKARDT.