Newspaper Page Text
ijHr? WWMaww8F i
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 1; 18U7.
51 Evei)ii)$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1897.
Geo. W. Do Long Pott, al
though two thousand iiii'e nwny
from the fatherland of tlio Grand
Army f tlio llupublto, doos not
luck in uny sort nf nmtorinl for
tho functions of tlio order. This
year oiih o'f its comr.idos delivered
tho momoriul sermon, and imothor
tho Memoriul Dny oration. Both
wero iibleell'irtB.lt is not too much
to Buy that Col. G. F. Little's ad
dress at the decoration coromonies
in Nuuauu comotory was among
the fluent delivered sinco tho day
began to bo observed here. Quito
unexceptionable and intensely ap
propriate in subject matter, it was
at the same time eloquent in Btyle
eminently befitting tho occasion.
And if that orator had not been
available, the Post need not have
gone outside for one. There is
General Hartwell, with perhaps
ouo or two more on a pinch, who
could have hold up tho credit of
the order. Strange to say, this
isolated outpost of tho G. A. It.
has had three or four parsons on
its roster sinco its establishment,
Mr. Monroe being the latest ac
quisition from tho cloth, and one
who will carry to tho end
tho evidence of having been
in very deed a soldier that stood
straight in front of tho cannon's
ITawaiinn sugar mon poem
bound to urcivu that thoy have
resources as well 8 stamina to
tako up arms ngaiust a son of
troubles and by opposing end
them. Senator Perkins ought to
tako the hint and gnt out of
Doubting Castlo. or he may hour
something drop from Coast tutor
psts that his course hits already
THE BKITKII BENEVOLENT.
Continued from 1st Page.
The secretary stated that nine
persons were at present in receipt
of relief from the society.
Tup following officers wero ap
pointed: Tresident ex officio A. G. S.
Relief Committee Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Vice President; Jas.
A. Kennedy, Treasurer; Robert
Cattou, Secretary; Johu Lucas, T.
May, J. M. Dowsett, J. C. Cook,
John Phillips, Rev. V. H. Kitcat.
After the transaction of other
business, a vote of thanks was ac
corded to Mr. Krouse for the use
of tho Arlington parlor.
THE CKICUKT S.TIOKKB.
At the smoking concert of the
Honolulu Cricket Club on Thurs
day ovening, topical songs by
Chester Doyle and sentimental
ballads by A. St. M. Mackintosh
will be on the card. Arthur
Tibbs will give character sketches,
and David ShaukB Milesian speci
alties. The committees in charge
are tho following:
Music and Program A. St. M.
Mackintosh, W. L. Stanley, L.
Ahlo and Win. Thompson.
Reception and Refreshments
II. Herbert, J. Catton, F. R.
Auorbaoh, II. Vincent, F. Harri
son, A. M. Howett, Jonah Kalani-
Oswald St. Johu Gil-
Y. M. C. A. Ilymimaliim.
Thursday will be the closing
night of tho gymnasium work at
the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation for tho present season.
Secretary Coleman has arranged
ome drills aud apparatus work
that will bo very pleasing to any
who can attend. The work of the
past three months has been very
satisfactory and the public are in
vited to attend tho exorcises
Thursday night and see what has
been going on in tho gymnasium.
This Thursday evening will con
clude tho regular work of the
gymnasium until September, when
it will bo taken up again in full
forco. During the summor at
tention will be given more to "out
of door" sports. Tho public are
'invited to tho exorcises Thursday
LIFE IN OLD MEXICO
AND NO LADY
loan Intercntlng tfezlcnn Feature
llrlrlly Nut forlli In n Ntrluic
American applos aro retailod
for $1 a dozen.
The women have not yet adopt
ed the bicyclo.
Soldiors wear a linen uniform
when on fatigue duty.
Good housohold eorvnnts aro
paid from Si to $3 n month.
Cigarettos aro mado of pure to
bacco and very cheap.
You clap your hands to stop a
streetoar or call a waiter.
Men arrested for drunkenness
are mado to sweep the streots.
The devout Catholic always
raises his hat while passing a
There are free band concerts in
all the cities at least onco a week.
You can hire the finest cab on
tho street for two silvor dollars an
It is quite the, proper thing to
take a littlo nap after tho midday
The peons wear sandals made
of sole leather and profor them to
It never gets cold enough to kill
the grass or tho, leaves on the
Tio bananas that are consider
ed best by many aro only about
two inches long.
The largest business houses aro
closed for an hour aud a half in
the middle of the day.
Turkeys aro driven to market
through the main stroets of the
cities, just like sheep.
The departing lady kisses her
lady friends on both cheeks at
the door aud on the streetcar.
The weather is not a subject of
comment unless it is bad. It is
as a rule so fine that it furnishes
no variety of conversation.
The streetcar mules make bet
ter time than in any other coun
try in the world. About half of
the time they are kept on a full
Horses with tails more than 12
to 18 inches are rare exceptions,
as the tails of fashionablo coach
horses are invariably docked.
Everybody shakes hands both
at meeting and parting, even
though tho visit may be on the
street corner and lasts only two
Banks aro capitalized for im
mouse sums and have vory strict
regulations, and failures among
theBe institutions aro practically
Every ono is required by law to
keep a bowl of water in tho entry
way of his house for the conveni
ence of dogs, so that thoy will not
go mad from thirst.
The waiter will give you a com
plete change of plate, knife and
fork, with every separate order of
meat or vegetables, and the style
is to eat but one thing at a time.
A gentleman would almost feal
disgraced to be seen carrying a
two-pound package or bis satohel
on the public street. Servants and
carriers are so cheap that such
work is always left to them.
Fires are almost unknown.
Cooking is done with a littlo char
coal in stoves made of masonry,
and as tho houses are universally
built of stone and brioks aud have
no chimneys thore is little chance
Gentlemen rarely drivo, and
Mexican ladies never do. If they
do not havo their own carriage
and coachman they hire cabs.
There are very fow rigs, even in
tho City of Mexico, that can bo
hired without a driver. Modern
lliijrule mid l'lmetona.
Gus Schuman begs to inform
the public that he has on hand a
fine now lino of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Double and Singlo Buggy, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trade.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
When you have a portrait on
larged see that you got your
monoy's worth. King Bros, havo
rod need nricos to S5.00. Sfi.50.
S7.50 and $10.00 for work that Must tho thing for youths und ohil
thoy guarantee to bo firstclass. dron. Thoy are tho oqual of the
Thoy invito comparison. I adult wheel.
E w I w
IIAUF.Y NOCIAI. Cl.Un.
New Cnn.lllntliiu mid By I.nw Adop.
led New Officers Nominated.
At tho regular mooting of the
Hagey Social Club on Saturday
evoning last nearly fifty members
were prosout.' The special com
mittee of fifteen to proparo a new
constitution aud by-laws, appoint
ed last month, made their report j
which was unanimously adopted.
Undor tho new constitution the
principles and objects of the As
sociation aro defined as: Total
abstinenco from all intoxicants, J
including the use of opium, mor- j
puine, cocoaino or otuor perni
cious and doleterious drugs; but
tho use of tobacco is permitted;
good fellowship, brotherly feeling
and mutual assistance to each
other, irrespective of raco, color,
condition, or politics. There are
three classes of membership,
active, honorary, and life, all of
whom havo the same privileges,
even to participating in debates
and voting. Active and honorary
members must be total abstainers
in conformity with the principles
of tho Association. Life members
are donors of $50, or the equiva
lent in books, etc., or artioles of
use or ornament. Officers are
elected semi-annually. Dues are
COoeuts a mouth, and the initiation
fee for honorary members $1, with
the same dues as active members.
The club now has a piano, a bil
liard and pool tables, card tables
and other attractions, besides a
small library, which it is hoped
will soon grow to larger propor
tions. The following nominations for
officers wero mado, the election
taking place next Saturday orou
iug: For president, Robert S
Scrirageour, W Horace Wright,
Allan B Scrimgeour; vice-president,
J G M Sheldon, J Mahiai
Kaneakua; seoretary, Chas Henry
White, Frank Metcalfe; treasurer,
A B Scrimgeour, W H Manning,
J R Weatherbee, Chas Lind; ser-ceant-at-urms,
W C Lounsbury.
Executive and Relief Committee,
W Horaco Wright, Frauk Met
calfe, Chas Lind, J T Copdland, J
K Stewart, J W Yarudley and G
Idualeal aad Dramatic Entertainment
ntHl. LouU College Hall:
On Saturday evening the St,
Louis College Litorary Society,
assisted by the college orchestra
and the pupils, gave an entertain
ment at St. Louis College hall,
which was greatly onjoyed by a
goodly sized audience "Marnaa-
duke," a drutna by John L.
Carleton, adapted, was presented by
E A Berncit, O H Rose, J A
Thompson, 1$ Zablnu, F W Weed,
H E Murray, John C Crowder, M
aud Ren Houghtailing, Johu
Leal and A Rosa. Thompson was
the heavy villain, and Murray the
comic man, in a Paddy role.
These two sustained a lively in
terest all through, and were ably
supported by the rest of the com
pany. The smugglers' cave and
ruo Jim scenes wero capiiauy mm,
and there was good acting in both
of them. Irish airs played in
beautiful style by the orchestra
added greatly to the pleasure.
Tho second part began with two
choruses by 60 or 70 pupils, with
orchestral accompaniment, which
won loud applause. "Down You
Go," a one act comedy, was then
played, O. Berndt, O. A. Hopkins,
E. Legros, S. Zablan and a tame
bear, persouated, coming into the
cast besides several loaders in
"Marmnduko." The tilting stairs,
although au old device, made old
as well ub young roar every time
a character took a tumble to the
bottom. Thompson, at least, was
at homo sliding to the base.
Wm. Holoua sang tho comic
solo, "Littlo Ah Sid,'" the chorus
being taken up by a Chinese
orchestra. Tho collego orohostra
then played the audience out for
homo with Souza'a march, "El
Tho entorlainmont will bo re
peated Friday evening.
The finest of breakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Central Moat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Juvonilo "Crescents" at tho Pa
cifio Oyole & Manufacturing Co.'s,
I ' '
lort street, xuose wneoiB aro
This is tho last' week of the
spring exhibition of tho Eilohana
Art League. It is open from 2 to
5 afternoons, and 7 to 9 Saturday
evening. There is no charge un
less one desirosAi catalogue at a
Some of tho work has been al
ready uoticed. Mrs. Kate M.
Wells, whoso portraits attracted
adniiting attention in formor ex
hibitions, evinces much versntili
ty this time, dealing with a vario
ty of subjects aud all vory ably.
Miss Jurke has a goodly num
ber of landscapes, surpassing iu
technique even hor former ad
mired work Sho is acknowledg
ed by cood judges to bo in tho
front rank of local artists.
Mrs. Kelley strikes out from
her specialty of ilowors and fruits,
while giving some beautiful
studies in this lino, essaying a
child's hoad with good effect.
Philip H. Dodgo baa a few
well-drawn landscapes, showing,
in comparison with former efforts,
his conscientious pursuit of ideals
in art. He is keen in discovering
elusive moods of nature, especial
ly upon the sounding seashore.
Other exhibitors on canvas are
E. A. Mott-Smith, O. W. Dickey,
Miss M. G. Bookwith, Mrs. A. B.
Tucker, Miss Bessie F. French,
R. O. Monteagle, Mrs. Pierre
JoneB, Bessio Afong and Mrs.
Dacota. Mr. Hitchcock's work
has been previously noticed. Al
though smaller than several pre
ceding exhibitions, there has been
none of more general excellence,
besides special superiority in the
work of somo, than this one.
There aro sixteen pieces of
decorated china, of which Mrs.
Dillingham contributes six iu Ha
waiian fishes a subject in which
ner an uaa lormoriy ueoii iubuuuu
upon paper and canvas. Miss
Nolte, the pioneer in this branch,
shows four beautiful floral pieces.
Miss Bessie Afong furnishes six
pretty pieces in native flora.
The exhibition should not be
missed by any lover of art, espe
cially who desires to see it flour
ish in these islands. Wonderful
progress-has been made already,
in the short history of the Kilo-
U AlT." - ' '
UBUU .an xjcoyuo. 1( t ,
Everyone knows that a bird
in tne nana is worm iwo in
the bush and this is particu
larly the case when the bird is
a pet canary and a good singer.
in ice Diras snuuiu uc kci in
nice cages and then they will
have no desire to take to the
bushes. We have just opened
up a variety of Bird Cages in
painted wire at $1.0 to $2.0;
and in brass $.$0 to $4.50; in
the prettiest and newest de
The mango season is now
on in all its force and the small
boy is engaged in his yearly
tussle with that luscious fruit.
In former years for every
mango fit to eat the boy
knocked down with a rock he
destroyed eight or ten unripe
ones besides half, ruining the
tree. All this is changed now
since the introduction of our
Wire Fruit Pickers. With one
of these attached to a long pole
any particular mango can be
plucked without hurting the
tree or knocking off the unripe
fruit. By using one of these
handy pickers one gets several
times more fruit in oetter conr
dition than by the old way of
firing rocks at the tree. They
cost only 50 cents each and a
child can use them.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STflET,
Opposite Bpreckels' Bank
B. W. LEDEItEB,
Just Received at the I X
American and Hawaiian Flags
All S.Z39 iu Busting. Bilk and Cottox.
tZT New and Fiwt.clasa SECOND
The Best and
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -1-7 inch.Holes, Oven 15x17. Price S 8 0
Western, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 10 ixl7. " 15 00
Pkize IUnoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inchb's.
' Price 23 0i
Welcome Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 iuches.
Price 27 Ot
ArroLLO Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 30 00
Suteiib Universal Ranoe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
HONOLULU, H. I.
For tbe Treatment of Alcoliolio, Opium,
Morphine, Cocoaino and Other
136 Beretanla Street, between Emma and Fori
Private carriage entrance on lane, Emma
street, opposite tiuinose Episcopal Uliuioh.
for medical advice and
Una hundred and sixty-three persona
have, been successfully treated from Nov
ember, 1896, to May 30, 1897.,
Satisfactory arranpoments made for pa
tients from tne Islands or from abroad.
Patients under treatment havo free nse
of the Social Club Furlors.
DIRECTORS: Mex. Youna, President;
W. It. 0stle, Vico President; J. A.Mapoon,
Treasurer; A. v. Gear,
Secretary j it. B.
For further information, apply to
ROBT. SWAN BOMMQEOUB,
Telephone 706. Manager, Pro Tern.
THE - BON - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel and Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
Boston Coeoanut Cake,
Original French Boas,
Ice Cream, Iced Sodas,
Hires' Root Beer,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
S. MILLER, Manager.
VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It being Impossible for the Treas
ure ra to reaoli all Intending subscrib
ers to tho Permanent Memorial or the
Day's Celebration, HUbsurlptiona will
be received at tho olllcea of
F. M. SVVANZY,
j. m Dowaisrr,
Honolulu, 27th May, 1607 622 2w
Crioket Club Smoker.
The Honolulu Cricket Club will Rlva
Its Fourth Smoker In the American
Leauue Hull, corner Kitiu and Nun
anuBtreete, THURSDAY EVENING,
Juue 3d, at 8 o'ulouk. Tluketa, f 1.00,
to be hudot inemberu and at the mulo
On Walklkl road, One Pair Nose
Spectacles. Please returu to tbls Ofllce.
NOTARY PUBLIC ani TYPEWRITER
Ornom 203 Merokant street, Campbell
Block rear ol J. O. Onrter'n office. V. O.
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
Corner King and Man'
h a'Now Stook of
FUltNirUKE of nil binds sold cheap for
$ Ranges !
Don't Miss It.
at Half Prico.
Lawn Tennis Balls
at Special Price.
BOOKS AT HALF PRICE
32T G Vol.
Irving fi r $2.07.
3T 100 sets, Standard Au
thors at half prioe.
Arnold's Office Inl
a 75cts. Bottle for only 37cts.
We are not going
business, it's only our
Wall, Nichols go ,
NEW BRANDS OF PR
City Feed Store
. . 250 BARRELS OF . .
Choice dj Peacock Brands
Cheapest iu Town,
L. H. DEE & CO.,
623 Berotauia & Punchbowl.
Uuder the Auspices ot the "Ya" at tha
Hawaiian Opera House,
JUNE 5, 1807.
60 : Qullfrv. 25a.
6T Box Plan nt Wnll, Nichols Co,