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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 25, 1807.
LOCAL AND OBNKKAL,
Tlio (onnU (ournnmont U over.
Itonl VntnqolounoB mid Maltose;
Iboch nt Jonliin'o.
Gorrllt 1 Wilder has cono to
llnwnil nnd Maui.
Propirillous for (ho tugofwar
(ouruntnont nro assuming dofluito
Tlio Howing Association tnootB
tonight nt 7:iK) nt tlio Clminbor of
Tho Poru took throo puBsonfiorH
from this port: Miss Fnyu, J. 13.
Lewis nud J. Whoolnu.
Spocinl mooting of Pncifio
Lodgo of Mhhoiib this evening for
work iu tho first degroo.
Tho bnttnlious of tho Philadel
phia nnd Mariou had shoro drill
at Mnkiki this morning.
Tho ball gnmo Bot for Saturday
will bo postponed on account of
tho Decoration day parade.
Tho Tcmplo of Fashion is still
offering the famous Farwell oot
tonB at 6Jo. a yard, or 16 yards 91.
The annual session of the Medi
cal Association commences at the
Y. M. C. A. building at 8 o'clock
Tho Exooutivo Committeo of the
Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee
meets at tho Hawaiian hotel at
7:30 this ovouing.
Commander J. P. Merry has
been appointed to the command
of the U. B. gunboat Machine, on
tho China Btation.
The Hawaiian hotel people have
arrunged for a special dinner and
dance this ovoning in honor of
tho Australia's passengers.
Tho Honolulu Cricket Club
will have a meeting at the Arling
ton hotel tomorrow ovoniug. Is
thero a "smoker" in prospect ?
Tho mooting of tho Kowalo bi
cyolo track stockholders has boon
postponed till Friday evening, on
account of no quorum last night.
Since the crusade against im
pure milk in San Francisco the
death rate among infants undor
one year of age has decreased one
Triplets born in the household
of Mr. and Mr. Louis Hard of
Carnegie, Pa., last week have been
named MoKmley, Hobart and
A fresh consignment of the
v cerebrated Enterprise I3eer and
frosh oysters for cocktails roceiv-
ed por Australia by tho Morchauts'
The score cards furnished at
tho ball games are hardly evor
correct. If tho batting lists are
not'givon correctly thoy aro worse
A baud of mules while being
driven along King Btroet this
morning amused themselves by
exploring tho Atherton promises
and disfiguring the lawns.
Of the 190 Chinese who camo
on tho Peru 138 aro from Man
churia and brought out under
contract by the company of which
Georgo lioardman is a representa
tive. Daniel W. Bell of Gilsum, N.
H., has been a steady reader of a
'Concord paper for oyer sixty
years, and has just renewed his
subscription for another twelve
Minister Cooper has granted
permission to Mr. Lightfoot to
establish his .proposed elaes for
preparing teachers for the coming
examinations and it will be form
'ed this evening.
Instead of tho British tar being
on horseback yesterday, ho enjoy
ed the liberty given him on the
Queen's birthday by riding a
wheel, but in some instances ho
carried tho wheel home.
It ib reported that the Chinese
government has requested the
ltusso-Chinoso Bank to float a
loan of twenty million taels in
Russia and France, for building
the Peking-Hankow Hailway.
On April 19, about 9 o'clock in
the evoning, a fire broke out at the
Tomplo of the Queen of Heaven,
in Tieutsin,whilo celebrations wore
being held in honor of the god
dess, resulting in the destruction
of tho temple and of over 100
During the reign of Victoria
tho debt of England has been re
duoed by about $1,000,000,000. It
has tnken sixty years to make that
nmouut of reduction, but never
theless it is a good showing, and
no nation on earth can equal it
except tho United States.
Frrsli oystorH nt Nolto'n.
Hugnr !) fi-JO, No chnugu siuco (
Gingliiuns 25 yntds 81, Tomplo
Potor Lucas nud wifo returned
on the Australia.
Minister Sownll will airivo on
tho Uolgio, Juno 5.
Tho Clnudino will arrivo Satur
day next instead of Sunday.
Tho first chorries of tho season
came down on tho Australia.
Miss Helen Wildor will not re
turn from Japan before July.
Tondors for making N. G. H.
uniforms aro invited in this
A notico to all desiring to send
flowers for Momorial Day appears
Mrs. J. A. Hasaingor roturned
from Sun Frnnoisco by this morn
It. P. ltithot, the well-known
Viotoria capitalist, camo down on
Miss Mott-Smith and Mrs. A.
Waller and family returned by to
An olection notice of the Pnci
fio Oyclo and Manufacturing Co.
E. W. Jordan has a fino assort
ment of Frouoh confection spot-
tod, embroidered and in Btripes.
W. II. Booto, manager of Spree
kolBville plantation, came down on
tho Australia, accompanied by his
wifo ami daughter..
Ah Ling was found guilty of
opium in posBossion in tho police
court today. Sentence was sus
pended to May 28.
Isaac Upham of tho well-known
Btntiouury firm of Pnyot, Upham
& Co. of San Francisco, arrivod
this morning with his son.
O. 13. Maile failed to appoar in
the police court this morning on
tho charge of selling opium and
his bond was declared forfoited.
A meeting will be held at tho
Kapiolani Maternity Home at 10
a. m. tomorrow morning. All
ladies are requested to bo presont.
Judge do la Vergne is occupied
this afternoon with the trial of
Thomas McGuiro accused of as
sault and battery on J. Seabury
Mrs. Bruce Cartwright, Miss
Cartwright and Bruce Cartwright
Jr. arrived on tho. Australia this
morning after an extended ab
sence. Benjamin MoEinley's petition
to his undo, tho President, to
mako him postmaster at San Fran
cisco, has 25,000 names already
Mrs. Claus Spreckels sont a
check for $5000 iu aid of the Gin
gerbread Feto being gotten up by
San Fraucisco lauies for charita
W. P. O'Brien, arrosted for
using vulgar and obscene language
in a public place, forfeited 820
bail mouoy today for nonap
pearance iu tho polico court.
ArreBts made this morning in
clude four Chinese for opium in
possession, two Chinese for non
payment of taxes and a Portu
guese baok driver for oruolty to
A Japanese paper states that a
telegram has been received in
Kobe from Tairen, Formosa, to
the effect that on the 8th inst. a
body of insurgents advancod on
Tairen and great exoitement pre
Judge do la Vorgne sent Ah
Yong across the roof for sixty
days this morning for chefa deal
ings. Ealama was fined $7 and
$3.50 costs for assaulting a nativo
girl and making her noso bleed,
and Koto was fined $1 for ovor
driving a horse.
Tho annual convention of the
Y. P. S. O. E. of tho Hawaiian
Islands will convono at tho Cen
tral Union Church early in Juno.
All interested in this branch of
Christian work aro earnostly ask
ed to bo present. Tho oxaot date
of the convontion will be publish
As soon as tho difficulties
aro settled between tho Gov
vernment and the Odd Fel
lows concerning tho valuo of the
property taken for tho widoning
of Fort street, Excelsior Lodge
will put in a new and modern iron
front to tho Odd Fellow's hall
building. In tho projected im
provements tho main hall will run
parallel with the streot.
Celebrated (or Its great karcnlng strength
and licalthrulncia. Assure tlio food against
alum nnd all forms of adulteration common
lo tlio cheap brands. KoVAl. Dakino Vow
beii Co , New Yoiik.
Tenders for Making Uniforms for the
National Guard of Hawaii.
QUARTEBMASTEH'S DEPARTMENT. )
May 24, 1897.
Sealed tenders will be received
by the undersigned until 12
orolock noon on TUESDAY,
Juno 1, 1897, for the manufacture
of the following uniforms for the
National Guard of Hawaii, for the
year ending June 1, 1898.
SCHEDULE OF UNIFORMS.
White Trooserb: Per pair.
Pattern and sample to be seen at
Enlisted Men's Blouses: Each.
Cloth and regulation buttons to be
furnished to Contractor. Trim
mings and pattern ns per sample
Officers' Blouses: Each.
Cloth, braid and ornaments to be
furnished to Contractor. Trim
mings and pattern as por sample
to bo seen at Headquarters.
Officers' Trousers: Per pair.
Cloth and stripes to bo furnished
to Contractor. Trimmings and
pattern as per Bamplo to be seen
All garments (except white
trousers) to bo well sowed with
silk thread, out and made to
measure to the satisfaction of the
undersigned. BidB inuBt be in
accordance with tho above sched
ule, and must be endorsed "Bids
for Clothing" und addressed to
the undersigned, who reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Captain and Quartermaster, First
Begiment, N. G. H.
Approved : HENRY E. COOPER.
819-3t. Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Holders of water privilege, orthoio
paying water rates, are horeby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
pose ure from 0 to 8 o'clock A. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock r. Jr.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. L, April 6, 1807.
Notloe Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Paulno Cycle and Manufac
turing Co., Ltd., held the 2lnt of May,
1897, the following ollli-ers were elect
ed to servo until the next annual
President T. V.King
Vice President J. F Humburg
Secretary and Treasurer.. Qfo. Rodlek
Auditor C. M. V. Forster
Board of Directors :
T. V. King, Geo. Rodlek,
J. F. Huiuburg, J. T. Lund.
019 St Secretary.
The Annual Meeting of the Medical
Association of Hitwull, will be heldou
I he 25lh, 26th ami 27lh Instant at the
Y. M. C. A. at 8 p. in. Physicians
who are not members are invited to
utteud the meeting".
L F. ALVAREZ, M.D ,
Secretary of thoMeillcul Association
of Hawaii. 619-3t
All persons who desire to furnish
Flowers for Memorial Day will please
leave their adilrcs with R. J, Greene,
corner Palace Wxlk and Mlllorstreota,
BY ORDBR COMMITTEE.
Cottage on Magazine street in good
order. Large grounds well planted
with fruit and ortmnieutul tree. Ex
cellent hennery, etc. Apply, tele
phone either 205 or 603, to
691-tf JAMES LYLE.
For many a score of yenrs
has Castor Oil been tho net
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and uowol
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. Tho taste resem
bles honey and docs not pro
duce nausea, can be retained
by tho most delicate stomach.
Thero aro other preparations
on the market whoso proprie
tors lay claim to a perfect dis
guise. We ask that you give
DR. CUMMINS' TASTE
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and you will agree with
that it has no equal.
.Tho doso is just tho same as
Price 25 cents a bottle.
Be sure that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
E3r THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE.
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
B These Goods have no superior in tho Honolulu Market.
In Plain, Open "Work, Stripes,
83? These Goods are fresh from tho factory and
in quality, design and finish. Tho price is sure to suit.
GOODS THAT ARE IIBW
Fancv .Art Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
GHace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, samo ofloct as silk
and is Very cheap.
Brocaded Alpaca and JVEoliair.
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirb Waists,
The very latest In
Kid Gloves and Ladies -Bolts-
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILINGS
N. S. SACHS,
520 "Port Street
J 3SQEi3 SPECIAUCV FOR BBANCfc. M
-value .MiMWHiaifeiUU, Kl i mnSJBKnKvI
OneTrial will piWe their
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole charge of the Institute, notice Is
given that no one Is authorized to so
licit for collect monies on account of,
or enter into any contract In connec
tion therewith save the undersigned.
ROBERT SWAN SORIMOEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 19th May, 1897. 615-6t
New Importation: -;'i -
Paper Hanger and Decorator
' Island Orders attended to with disptick.
All work carefully and promptly ea
tar Otticx: Smith street, with Samoa!
Kaholookalanl Pna. Besidenoe: Patana,
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are guaranteed to, bo Al '
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