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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 27, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A is called out for drill to
night. Salt Wator is delicious".
Say! "What in the world do you
-call "Log Cabin ? "
The Aorangi drew 2GJ feot of
wator when she camo into port.
The Commissioners of Educa
tion aro in session this afternoon,
Oahu Lodge, K. of P., meets
tonight with work in the first de
gree. The luau at the Maternity Homo
will bo the great ovout for Satur
Coucort at the Hawaiian hotel
by tho government baud this
Ten physicians woro at the sec
ond mooting of tho Medical Asso
ciation last night.
There are seventeen quinino
factories in the world, and six of
these are in Germany.
Tho oharge of cruelty to ani
mals against Manuel Perry has
been nolle pros'd by the Marshal.
Since 1870 Victoria, Australia,
has voted more than 100,000 for
the destruction of rabbits.
Tho Frawley Company are in
San Francisco and will open in
"Tho Fatal Card" shortly.
Minister King and Superin
tendent Kowell had left Hilo for
Hamakua when the Kinau sailed.
Annual meeting of tho British
Benevolent Society at tho Arling
ton hotel on Monday next at 8
O. D. Pringlo has accepted the
position of principal f the Kahu-
ku school, tendered him two weeks
In the polico court this morn
ing Nap Hoy and Ah Kong wero
fined $50 each for opium in pos
session. Among the topers sent to tho
settlement by the Bteamer Lehua
a few days since was a man 96
Chief Officer F. W. Hart of the
Mariposa was married in Sydney
on the btli. Mis bride is with him
on this trip.
Mrs. Stevenson, mother of the
lato Robert Louis Stevenson, died
in Edinburgh, Scotland, on May
14 of pneumonia.
Trees can be poisoned as easily
as animals, all that is necessary
being the injection of a little
arseuio in a nolo bored into the
W.A.Hensuall has leased the re
sidence on the comer of Eeeaumo
ku uud King streets for two years,
and will occupy it after his mar
riage to Miss Afong.
Tho Mariposa got away shortly
after noon, but the Aorangi was
detained till about 3 o'clock. She
was delayed by some minor acci
dents to her machinery.
George Pali, under arrest for
deserting the contract service of
tho Eleele plantation, settled up
matters with Judgo de la Vergne
today by paying costs and agree
ing to return to work.
Judge de la Vergne sentenced
Ah Wai to three months in jail
this morning for writing out one
fa tickets. When 'the officers ar
rested him he put tho tickets in
his mouth and started to swallow
them. He was choked into giving
them up before he succeeded.
All entries for the oratorical
contest, under the auspices of the
Sons of tho American Revolution,
must bo made by June 7 to Rev.
D. P. Birnie. A number have
already sent in their names. June
17 is the day set for the contest
and the Y. M. C. A. hall the
Tho trustees of tho estate of J.
W. Austin have-deeded to the
Minister of tho Interior, in ex
change, lot D, being a portion of
kuleana 92 on King streot. On
its part tho Government deeds to
the Austin estate lots H, F and G,
and accepts $1692 to square the
differences in value.
A prominent whito tailor said
this morning that he would not
bid on tho tenders for making
uniforms for tho National Guard
and ho did not think any other
white tailors .would. He olaimed
that as tho government had gone
into tho business of buying the
cloth, trimmings, ornamonts and
braid to be used, it might as well
hiro Chinese to do tho rest of tho
Kamohamoha Lodge moots this
No meeting of Board of JEduoa
Two ocean steamers and two
babies came to Honolulu last I
An order to tho Second Batta
lion to turn out on Memorial Day
A matoh horso raco has been
arranged botweon two well known
sporting mon for tho second of
Tho last session of the Medical
Society takes placo this ovoning,
and a laiger attendiinco is looked
Tho postponed mooting of tho
Honolulu Cricket Club conios off
tbiB evening at 8 o'clock at tho
Mr. Olive Davies has awarded
tho contract for building his now
residence to J. "W. Buttorfield, the
lowest of the bidders.
On the Molokai trip E. R.
Adams will represent tho Advor
tisor, Robert Shinglo tho Star and
Editor Logan the Bulletin.
Miss Jennie Wright, who has
been spending a few months in
far off New Zealand, returned
homo last night in tho S. S. Mari
posa. There aro some good bargains
in Becond-hand bicyoles, offered
by tho Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co., opposite Lowers &
1896 Remington Wheels (new)
for 75 cash or S85 on tho instal
ment plan. These wheels are up-to-date
and havo no superior. See
them at the Pacific Cycle & Man
ufacturing Co., Fort streot.
school, coacKitr lo.Muur,
Proceed to Mnpiily Extra Mimic tor tho
Following is the program for
the sohool concert to be given at
Y. M. O. A. hall tonight under the
direction of Mrs. A. B. Tucker,
tho proceeds going to the pur
chase of now musio for uso in tho
(a) Sad Memories Seward
(b) Homo Returning... Soward
Royal Sohool Chorus.
1 (a) May Morning Flotow
2 (b) TheSunisRisingOVrtho '
Ocean . .'. Offenbach
Chinose Girls' School Chorus.
3 fa) A Love Divine... .Mon-
(b) Sweot and Low... J Barn by
4 Songs (a) Autumn
Anna B Tuckor
(b) My Love and I..
Auna B Tuckor
Miss Kulamanu Ward.
5 Cornet Solo Selection
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
5 Forest Song Seward
Royal School Chorus.
1 Piano Solo Sonata Patheti-
Miss Elsie Wilcox.
2 Song Mikioi. . . Honry Borger
Miss Ward and Fort Street
3 Autumn Song Seward
Royal School Chorus,
4 Piano Solo Fantasia. Opp.GG
Miss Graco Dickey.
5 Song Selection
6 (a) Now the Evening Falls..
(b) Rest, Weary Pilgrim...
Fort Street School Chorus.
Colonel Gilbert F. Little, tho
eloquent attorney from Hilo, will
deliver the oration in tho G. A. R.
exercises at Nuuanu cemetery on
Memorial Day. The parade this
year will go by Alakea, Emma,
Vineyard, Fort and Sohool streets
to Nuuanu avenue, on account of
tho town end of tho last being
torn up for repairs.
Hall teiiuicr far Tahiti.
Tho Frenoh Government is ar
ranging for a speoial mail service
between the United States and
Tahiti. A steamer lino to replace
tho City of Papooto, Tropio Bird
and Galiloe is to be inaugurated
and the plana and specifications
for a 200 ton steamer have alroady
readied San Francisco. The ser
vice is to bo a monthly ono, as at
present, but tho stoamor will havo
to make tho round trip in as quick
time as tho throo vossols named
now do it in.
Celebrated for Its great IciTenlng strength
and liinltlirulneis. Atsurcs llic food Dalnst
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cliiup brands. KoYAL IUK1NO l'ow
kek Co , New Yomc.
Struck a snai?
Soud lilm here;
we'll treat thu t-oy
as though he bolongoil to us,
and dhow you how
wo make economy
am) quality shake bands
in his clothes.
The marry hum
of the Jolly negligee shirt
is making the shop assume
an outilooring complexion
Such n, jovial gHlhering of
comfort coi (Iiicth not Unliable
ehewbere. Prices to make your
purses giggle with economy
11.00 AND UPWARD.
9 Hotel Street : : faYCrley BlOC
We Make Shirts to Order.
Attention, Company A.
Armory Compaky A., N. O. n.,
Ho.tOLDLC, May 27, 1897.
A Every Member of this Command is
hereby ordered to report nt the Drill
Shnd THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
May 27, at 7:39 o'clock, for
621'lt Captain Commanding.
IlBXDQUinTEits, Second Battalion 1st
KEQIMENT, NATIONAL UUAKD OF HAWAII
HONOLULU, M. 1., May WJ, 1SK7.
Battalion Orders No. 16.
In accordance with Regimental'
Orders No. u Uommuuders of Compa
nies "C", "D", "E" and "H 2nd
Battalion, 1ft Regiment, N. O. H.,
will assonible ihlr commands at tho
Drill Shed at 2:15 p. in on Saturday,
Mny 20, 1697, preparatory to taking
part in the ceremonies of Decoration
Uniform: Fathue, White Trousers,
Legging, White Gloves.
Officers will wear crepe on left arm
By order of
MAJOR J. W. .TONE3.
(Slg.) ED. TOWfcJE,
1st Lieutenant and Adjutant.
Knmchnmeha Lodge of Perfection,
No. 1, A & A. S R , will hold a Reg
ular Meeting at 7:30 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) EVENING., at Masonic
Temple. O. L CRABBE,
521 It 8-cretary.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
lug of the Padflo Cycle aud Manufac
turing Co., Ltd., held the 21st of May,
1897, the followlug officers were pleat
ed to serve until the next annual
President T. V.King
Vice President J. F Humburg
Secretary and Treasurer.. Geo. Rodlek
Auditor C. M. V. Forster
Board of Directors:
T. V. King, Geo. Rodlek,
J. F. Humburg, J. T. Lund,
619 3t Secretary.
The Annual Meeting of the Medical
Association of Huwull, will be held on
thH-25th, 20th and 27th instant at the
Y. M. C. A. ut S p. m. Physicians
who are not members are invited to
attend tbe meeting".
L F. ALVAREZ, M.D ,
Secretary of tho Medical Association
of Hawaii. 619-3t
All persons who desire to furnish
Flowers for Memorial Day will please
leave their addrcis with It. J. Greene,
corner Palace Walk and Mlllerstreets,
BY ORDER COMMITTEE.
Cottage on Magazine street in good
order. Large grounds well planted
with fruit and ornamental trees. Ex
cellent heuuery, etc. Apply, tele
phono either 205 or 808, to
694-tf JAMES LYLE.
For many a score of years
has Castor Oil been tho pet
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and oowol
trouble with thousands of
Dr. Cummins is tho first
person who successfully dis
cuised tho taste without affect
ing the medicinal virtues of
caBtor oil. The taste resem
bles honey and does not pro-
uucu nausea, can oe retained
by tho most delicate stomach.
There ore other preparations
on the market whose tironrie-
tors lay claim to a perfect dis
guise. We ask that you give
DK. CUMMINS' TASTE
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and vou will acreo with us
that it has no equal.
The dose is just tho samo as
Price 25 cents a bottle.
Be sure that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J3P THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE. '
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
These Goods have
In Plain, Cpen "Work, Stripes,
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT AEE IEW
Fancv .Art Tickings,
, This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns, '
in new designs and colorings.
.Q-laco Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded AJpaca and Mohair.
A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The rery latest In
Kid Gloves and Ladies "Bolts-
....A Sample Due of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILIJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q FVart Street : : Honolulu.
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''THE MMR COLO,
miSBSAND IS SIMPLY OWhil,-
TO THE OATS BEINS ROASTED,
WWL ALL OTHER BSAHDSWtE
STEAMED. THE ROASTING-
awes A PECULIAR
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole oharge of tbe Institute, notice Is
given that no one Is authorized to so
licit for collect monies on account of,
or enter into any contraot in connec
tion therewith save the undersigned.
ROBERT SWAN 80RIMGEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 19th May, 1897. 615-6t
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no superior in tho Honolulu 'Market.
aro fresh from tho factory and
finish. Tho prico is sure to suit.
HLLHiLuUiLLLW rrr uC
Furnished or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Room, two B.-tlrooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc, ail In first class
condition, Stable room and servant
quarters; grounds In elegant condition.
Location upper Llllba street; poesee
slnn given June 1. Apply at Bulletla
aro guaranteed to bo Alr j . .
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