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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Summer School is to opon
Tbo dog is mentioned thirty
three times in the Bible.
Mrs. Sproull and children left'
on the Aorangi yesterday.
Tbo Claudine will arrive to
morrow morning instead of Sun
day. J. G. Bothwoll, of Foacock fc
Co., left on the Kinau this morn
ing. Dr. H. 0. Henckle and wife
left for Victoria on yesterday's
Eov. Father Olark will lecturo
again at the Catholic cuthodral on
The Queen of Italy has one of
the finest collections of antique
lace in the world.
There was a conference of lead
ing sugar capitalists in a down
town office this morning.
All the inhabitants of the deep
' devour each other and not one of
them lives on vegetation.
The Honolulu Cricket Club
will give a smoking concert on
'the evening of Saturday, June 5,
Captain Broome and his valet
left on the Mariposa yesterday.
Ho expects to return to the islands
Judging from the number of
deeds placed on record recently,
transactions in Hilo real estate'
are becoming lively.
If you wish to take "your
friend" out on a "bioyclo built for
two" call up 5G5, the Fort Street
Cyclory, opposite Lowers &
The route of tho procession for
tomorrow is a new one but it is
made necessary by obstructions to
Fort street caused by tho new
buildings going up.
The Pacifio Cycle & Manufac
turing Co. are prepared to turn
out fine enamelling on bioyoles,
etc. Just having put in tho finest
oven in the country.
The conoert of the sobool chil
dren at Y. M. 0. A. ball last even
ing was quite a success and a nice
sum was realized wherewith to
purchase new music.
The funeral of the late Mrs.
Gideon West takes place this
afternoon at 8 o'clock from the
family residence, corner Berota
nia and Punchbowl streets.
Several 'of tho younger officers
on the flagship New York have
bioyoles on board, whioh they
ride between decks on a course
about a sixteenth of a mile in
Subscriptions to the permanent
memorial of the Queon Victoria
Diamond Jubilee, or the day's
celebration, will bo received at the
offices of F. M. Swanzy, J. M.
Dowsett and Robert Oatton.
The members of the Mounted
Beserve are requested to assemble
at the Oahu railroad depot at 1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon for
tho purpoao of taking part in the
Decoration Day parade.
The Minister of Interior and
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Smith have
exchanged deeds for pieces of
land on Waianuenue and PJeasant
streets, Hilo, by-which the 'govern
ment obtains land needed for
Some of the young men who
ride wheels say they are going to
make the influence of the wheel
men felt in the next election, but
it does not soem to have pcourred
to them to count noses and see
how many votes they can muster.
The offioers and members of G.
W. Do Long PoBt, G. A. B., ex
tend a published invitation to all
veterans of the war of the rebel
lion, whether of the Army or
Navy, residing in these islands, to
join with them in tomorrow's
It is reported that a new sugar
deal is in process of consumma
tion by which all Hawaiian sugar
will go to San Francisco after
this year. It is also reported that
tho sugar left in the islands on
August 1 of this year is to be send
to San Francisco.
Some idea of the magnitude of
the great Siberian railway, now in
course of construction by tho
Russian Government, may bo
gathered from tho fact . that by
chaugiug tho routo a thousand
miles woro saved. It is expected
that through trains will be run
ovor the lino within two years.
All government officos close to
morrow. The Kinau took throe passeng
ers for the Volcuno.
Colonel Spalding is in the city
from the Garden lslo. (
The next mail from the Coast is
due on the Alameda next Thursday.
Fine flower baskets, 25o, each,
suitable for Decoratioif Day at tho
1. X. L.
Marshal Brown. gave a commit
tee of bioyclo men an audience
From all accounts Buby Dexter
and Dave Orozier aro doing well
in Now Zealand.
There was a big crowd at tho
band concert at tho Hawaiian
hotel last evening.
Throe Chinese were arrested
this morning and charged with
opium in possession.
Inspector General of Schools
H. F. Townsead has returned
from his tour of Kauai.
The Iwalani, with the Board of
Health party on board, is expected
to return about midnight.
It is not yet too late to seoure
seats for tbo St. Louis college
dramatic entertainment tomorrow
Captain Kea of Company G haB
a notice in this issuo to the men
of his company concerning to
The District Court haB boon oc
cupied all the morning with the
long drawn out trial of four Chi
nese for opium in possession.
Jack Marr was arrested last
night and a charge of attempted
burglary placed against his name.
He was found prowling about
Allen & Bobinson's premises
without any (lawful excuse.
Ah Ling was convioted in tho
police ceurt on May 24th and
sentence suspended, his offense
beiDg opium in possession. This
morning he was brought up for
sentence and fined $250 and
In tho police court this morn-'
ing F. Smith, the bus driver, was
found not guilty of furious and
heedless driving and discharged.
Tho testimony showed that Mr.
Smith was not to blame for the
complaining witness' horse back
ing into his bus. '
IN THE IIIDHEH CODRTN.
An Autcnee In Baiikrnptcy Hake a
Report-A DlTorco Granted.
In tho matter of tho bankruptcy
of W. S. Bartlett, Seeley I. 8haw
bb assignee, reports that he has
made diligent inquiry and re
search to ascertain the nature and
extent of the assets of said bank
rupt but is unable to find that any
exist or to dincover any property
belonging to said bankrupt other
than that Bet apart for the use of
the bankrupt and his family by
order of the Court.
In tho divorce case of Eliza A.
Hickey vs. W. P. Hickoy, Judge
Perry has granted the divorce
prayed for on the ground of ex
treme cruelty of defendant and
awards the custody of the children
to the plaintiff and orders that
the dofendant. pay her $25 per
month alimony until the further
of the court.
Judge Perry is still engaged
with the trial bf the oase of Oku
ba tb. Hawaiian Tea and Coffee
Company, an action on an agree
ment for clearing ground. Argu
ment was commenced at 2 p. m.
this. afternoon. Thurston & Stan
ley for the plaintiff; Paul Neu
mann for defendant.
Judge Carter and jury aro still
engaged in tho trial of Kealuhaka
et al. vs. Mama Pila et al., an
action to quiet title. Dickey for
plaintiff; Little for defendant.
The Bun Ton.
The Now Confectionery Store,
Tho Bon Ton, will opon tomorrow
in tbo building formorly occupied
by Cowan's grocery storo on tho
corner of Union and Hotel streets.
Tho storo has been renovated
throughout and presents a very
attractive appearance. A fine line
of candies, such as "Log Cabin"
"Salt Water" taffy, Boston cocoa
nut cake, and the original Frenoh
Boss, will bo found on hand. For
tho thirsty iced sodas, ico cream
Boda, Hire's root boer, Damiana
lemonade and delicious ice cream
will bo served. G. Millar, who
will bo remembered as the origin
al French Boss man, is the man
ager of this enterprise and his
well-known aptitude for making
confections ought to secure him a
portion of Honolulu's trado.
Celebrated for Its grunt leavening strength
and licalthfulnefs. Assures tlio food ngainst
alum and all forma of luliiltcratlon common
to the cheap brands. Koyal, Uakino Tow
deb Co , New Yokk.
IICIXKK UKtH A StmPrilHE.
Continued from 1st Page.
Sydney in the custody of three
officers of the Sydnoy police. - His
presence during the steamer's stay
at this port created considerable
interest. This was increased by
the facilities afforded to reporters
and others for interviewing the
accused. One writer describing
tho scono (which will b read in I
says: "All day callers came and
went. The prisoner's cell was
rarely froo of visitors. At times
it was uncomfortably crowded,
and tho hilarity boisterouB. Shouts
of laughter camo from it at inter
vals. Somebody was evidently
telling a funny story. It must have
been 'excruciating,' for those in
the coll literally roared with laugh
tor as if they had been listening
to the choice bits in a screaming
burlesque. There was a woman
inside, and her laugh was tho
loudest of all. Ono could scarce
ly bolievo the scene was real this
man accused of many foul mur
ders, chained by his leg to a ring
in tho floor liko a wild beast in a
menagerie, lolling on a low bunk
dressed in pajamas, smoking
cigars and nipping whisky, talk
ing and laughing with all sorts of
persons, joking about his alleged
crimes, being plied with all kinds
of questions it was so unlike
everything one expected to
find, and so foreign to
the strictness ana sternness of
British methods of treating those
in custody, even when they have
not been convioted of any offence.
It was inconsistent with the de
corum, the gravity, and the se
riousness whioh invdstBritish jus
tice, and whioh happily have so
far preventod prisoners of tho
Butler stamp from posing in
public and feeding their vanity
upon tho gaping curiosity of the
Attention, Company G-!
Akmory Company Q, N G. H., )
Honolulu, Mny 28, 1897.)
G Every mum her of thin Com
mand is hereby ordered to re
port at the Drill Sited, SATUR
DAY, May 29, ut 1:45 o'clock
p m., for Drill, preparatory to
taking part In the leremoulea
of Deuorulion Day.
Uniform: Ktiluue, White Trousers,
LokuIijxi White Gloves.
Officers will wt-ar crepe pa left arm
and sword hilt.
JNO. M KEA,
G22-K Captain Commanding.
VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It being Impossible for the Treas
urers to reach all Intending subscrlb
era to the Permanent Memorial or the
Day's Celebration, subscriptions will
be received at the offices of
F. M. 8WANZY,
J M DOWSETT,
Honolulu, 27tb May, 1897 022 2w
Struck a Bnag?
Send blm here;
we'll treat (he boy
as though he belonged to Us,
and dhow you how
we make economy
and quality shake hands
in his clothes. '
The merry hum
of the jolly negligee shirt
Is making tbe shop assume
an outdoorlug complexion
Such a Jovial gatheriug of
comfort conducf rs not ttndable
eliowhere. Prices to make your
purses giggle with eoouomy
fl.00 AND UPWARD.
9 Hotel street -. : Wayerlcy Bloclc
We Make Shirts to Order.
For many a score of years
has Castor Oil been tho pet
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and oowel
trouble with thousands of
Dr. Cummins is tho first
person who successfully dis
guised the taste without affect
ing the medicinal virtues of
castor oil. The taste resem
bles honey and tdoes not pro
duce nausea, can be retained
by the most delicate stomach.
There are other preparations
on the market whose proprie
tors layr claim to a perfect dis
fuise. We aBk that you give
)R. CUMMINS' TASTE
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and you will agree with us
that it has no equal.
The dose is just the same as
Price 25 cents a bottle.
Be sure that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
IS- THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE.
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
These Goods have
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In Plain, Oren "Work, Stripes, Spotted, and
$3F These Goods are fresh from the factory and are guaranteed to lie Al
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT AEE HEW
Fancv .Art Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc
Organdie Muslins, 3?rinted Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
Q-laoe Linings for Organdies, t
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded A.lpaca and Mlohair.
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
Tbe very latest In
Kid Q-loyes and Ladies Bolts.
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN" VEILTJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Ifort Street ; : Honolulu.'
PliUOATi,!, - DRLIIOVS! DAWTK fX
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole charge of the Institute, notice la
given that no 'one la authorized to so
licit for collect monies on account of,
or enter Into any contract In connec
tion therewith save the undersigned.
BOBERT SWAN SORIMOEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 19th May, 1897. 615-6t
no superior in the Honolulu Market
finish. The price iB sure to suit.
Furnished or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Room, two Bedrooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc, all in first class
condition, Stable room and servants
iuarters; grounds In elegant conditio,
location upper Llllba street: posses
sion given June 1. Apply at Bultetla
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