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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 1, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Seo the Bon Ton's card else
where The Aloha brought down C2
head of mules for W. H. It ice.
The naval battalion landed
again this morning for shore
A now Announcement of the
Hngey Institute appears in this
The government band will play
at the Queen's hospital this aftor
noou from 3 to 5.
Friday, June 11, haB been offi
cially designated as a public holi
day throughout the Republic.
Police Lieutenant Kekai lescued
a Japanese child from drowning
in the Nuuanu stream yesterday
The St. Louis College Literary
Society will repeat the literary
entertainment givon laBt wook on
Tomorrow Bandmaster Berger
will celebrate the 25th anniversa
ry of his taking charge of the Ha
Special dinner and dance this
evening at the Hawaiian hotel as
a compliment to departing guests
by tomorrow's Bteumer.
The annual meeting of the
Woman's Board of Missions com
menced at 10 o'clock this morn
ing at the Central Union church
The Hawaiian Cyole & Manu
facturing Co. are doing some fine
work on Typewriter repairing and
are building up a good'reputation
in this line.
The Hoola and Hooulu Lahui
Society will moot at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning at tho Maternity
Home. All members aro reques
ted to bo present.
The costliest building of modern
times is the State Capitol of
Albany, N. Y., whioh has already
had spont upon it the immense
sum of $20,000,000.
An original poem entitled "Ha
waii," written by President Dole,
will bo read at tho Illustrated
Magazine entertainment at the
Opera House on June 5.
The salary of the President of
Andorra, a republio in the Pyre-,
nees, is the smallest reoeived by
any national exeoutor in the
world. It is about 6s a month.
Jaraos McCandless goes to
Kauai this afternoon to superin
tend well boring operations. He
does not expect to get baok to
Honolulu before the 4th of July.
The prayer meeting of the
Christian church will bo dismiss
ed tomorrow evening for tho mem
bers to attend the Christian En
deavor Convention at the Kawaia
There are uo orphan asylums in
Australia. Every destitute or
phan child is sent to a private
family at the exponse of the state,
and maintained until he or she
is 14 years of ago.
The match race, mile heats, best
3 in 5, between Tom Hollinger's
Margaret H. and William Cun
ningham's Gladys, comes off at
Kapiolani park at 2 o'clook to
Bev. Mr. Edmundson, oh'aplain
of the U.S. flagship Philadelphia,
preached a very able sermon in
the Christian church Sunday even
ing from the text, "What is man,
that Thou art mindful of him?"
The committee in charge of the
smoking ooncert to be given by
the Honolulu Cricket Club on
Thursday evening aro meeting
with great success in their efforts
to get up a fine program for the
All friends of tho Hagey Insti
tuto Club ure welcome at all times
to the club parlors until the in
stallation of the new officers when
an introduction by a member will
be required. Tho club now num
bers over Bixty members.
A farmer in Bono county,
Kane., was in tho habit of eating
wheat grainB. He lately became
ill, ana the discovery was made
that wheat had sprouted inside of
him. Ovor a quart of sprouted
wheat was taken from his
There was a great fall in sako
today at Peacock & Go's. A dray
was being unloaded in front of
the store whou a numbor of tubs
containingsake fell on tho sidewalk
and went tto pieces. Tho air of
Merohant street was redolent with
the fumes of rice wino for somo
O. Trowbridgo, tho Olaa coffeo
planter, is in tho city with his
W. H. Shipman, tho Hilo ranch
man and butcher, came ovor on
the Mauua Loa.
Jack Marr will be tried on Juno
8 for attempted burglary of Allen
& .Bobinson's premises.
Five drunks received the usual
amount of bitters from Judge do
la Yergno this morning.
One man from tho military is
hereafter to be detailed as a night
watch at tho Judiciary building.
Minister Shimainura was again
in couforeuce with Minister Coop
er at tho Foreign Office this morn
ing. Bill Nalima, tho chicken thief
who wob arrested by detective Ka
apa yesterday, was sent to jail for
three months by Judge de la
Yergno this morning.
President Dole received from
Captain Broome, formerly ad
jutant of staff, on tho latter's re
cent visit, the gift of a fine Savage
sporting rifle, a five-shot repeater.
Gabriel, a native who was con
vioted of selling liquor without a
HcenBO on August 28 last and sen
tence BUtpended, was brought up
in the District Court this morn
ing and fined $100 and costs.
St'QAR MEN IN SESSION.
Continued from 1st Page.
ago they intended to hoard up.
The only explanation that can bo
mado of this is that the terms of
the new deal carry with them' tho
assuranco that tho profits from
Hawaiian sugar will not bo mate
rially interfered with at presout,
in spito of the present attitude of
the Senate and the Trust.
Since tho abovo was in type
another gentleman who was
present at the meoting assured the
Bulletin that the subject undor
consideration this morning was
not any proposed new deal with
the Sugar Trust but rather to dis
cuss the proeont situation and
adopt such measures as might be
agreed on to offset its evident hos
tility to Hawaii. Asked about the
truth of the statement that all
Hawaiian sugar would be shipped
to New York next year he replied:
"Yes, that is striotly true; We
have decided to send every pound
of sugar that is not directly con
trolled by the Sugar Trust to
New York whero it will be sold
in open market. Wo have done
with the Trust and if they want
our sugar they will have the same
chance to buy it as anyone ehe.
Wo came to tho conclusion that
there was no other course left open
"Does Mr. Bithet represent tho
Trust?" asked the reporter.
"No, certainly not," was the
"Is tho Sugar TruBt secretly
favorable to Hawaii, as is still as
serted by some?
"No, it is not. If the sugar
clause in the Sonate Tariff bill
was not dictated by the Trust
then I am wofully mistaken. If
that clause was not directly aimed
at the injury of Hawaiian sugar
and for the benefit of the Trust
then I can't read the English
language. No, the Trust is no
friend to Hawaii. No, I can't an
swer any more questions."
Fifty Neven Senilis In Honolulu for
the IKonln of Hy.
Agent Beynolds' mortuary re
port issued today shows the total
deaths in this city last month to
have been 57. Of these 33 woro
males and 24. females. The na
tionalities were: Hawaiian. 2G,
Chinese 8, Portuguese 7, Japan
ese 10, British 2, United States 3,
unknown white 1. Of tho do
ceased 13 died without medical
The principal causes of death
wero consumption 8, inanition 5,
heart disease 4, cholera infantum
3, suicide 3, unknown 3, old ago
3, paralysis 2, diphtheria 2, con
vulsions 2. There was one death
from typhoid fever and one from
Tho annual death rate por 1000
for the month was 22.80.
It's one thing to take an order
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits havo always beon known
to give satisfaction and now that
thoy havo reduced their prices so
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. Seo what thoy havo boforo
Cclcbrntccl for Its great leavening strength
unit licalllifulncis. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. KoYAt, Hakino Pow
der Co , New Tohk.
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
, OF THE
JUNE II, 1897.
Races Will Commence At 10 A. M.
Shurp on the 11th.
BaceB Will Commonco At 1 P. M.
On tho 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIBST BICYCLE BACE.
Half-mile dash. Prize: Trophy,
valued at 20.
One-mile handicap. Prize: Tro
phy, valuod at $30.
Running raco; half-mile dash.
Free for nil.
Trotting nnd paoing to harness;
beat 2 in.3;2:35 class. Purse, $150.
FIFTH MULE BACE.
One mile dash. Purse, $50.
SIXTH IRWIN CUP. BUN-
One-mile dash; for Hawaiian
bred horaos; to be won twioo.-
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:30 class. Purse, $150.
EIGHTH OOEANIO'S. S. CO.'S
CUP. $150 ADDED.
Bunning ritoe; three-fourths mile
dash; Hawaiian bred.
NINTH PBESIDENT WIDE
One and a quartor milos; froo
for all; $150 added; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nos. 1 and 2 same is Juno 11th.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY
Fivo-cigliths of a mile dnsh; for
Huwuiian breds. Purse, $150.
Paoing and trotting; free for all;
best 3 in 5. Purse, $150 with $50
FIFTH-ROSIT A CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running race; one milo dash.
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE.
Half mile dash. Parse, $100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE.
Paoing and trotting; handicap;
free for ull buateu horsea. Purse,
All entrieB ure to bo mndo with
tho Seorot'ry befnro 2 o'clook
Tuesday, Juno 8, 1897. Entranoe
fees to bo 10 por cent of purse,
unless othorwiso Hpt-oifiod.
All raoea to bo trotU-d or run
nnder tho Rules of tho National
Trotting Association and Blood
All horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clook
a. m. on June 10, 1897.
Goneral Admission 50 Cents
Grand Stand (extra)
50 Cents and $1
Carriages (inside courso), ouoh
Quarter-Stretch Badges $5
Por Ordor Committee:
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
We have just received from
several of the leading soap
makers of the world a large
nnd varied assortment of FINE
TOILET SOAPS, thereby
enabling us to present to our
patrons a lino of Soaps th it
have never been equaled both
in quality and price in Hono
The ago of soaps has moro
to do with tho lasting or wear
ing qualities than anything
else. As wo carry tho largest
stock to bo found in the city,
we aro in consequence enabled
to give you soap that has ago.
Next to age comes material
used in the manufacture; wo
have soaps made from a hun
dred or moro compounds. Call
and inspect them.
We havo given special at
tention to the selection of a
soap that will eradicate all
blemishes from the skin and
after studying the conditions of
tho climate have concluded that
SOAP is the best adapted for
use in this climate. Tho price
has been reduced from 50 conts
to 25 cents.
SOAP is tho result of twenty
years study. Never before
have such values in soaps been
offered as we aro offering today.
Hollister Drug Co.,
13? THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE.
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
K" These Goods havo no superior in the Honolulu Market
!,)' ' , ;. I.
In Plain, Ouen "Work, Stripes,
gSP" These Goods
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT AEE NEW
Fancy .Art Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for.
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, IPrinted Lawns,
in nqw designs and colorings.
Glace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, samo effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded Alpaca and Mohair.
A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists,
The Tery latest In
Kid G-loves and Ladies Bolts-
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES JUST VEILINGS
N. S. SACHS,
52Q "Fort Street : : H. onolulu."
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m'iNi 5 ifTnif X rxUTIMo? contain nose "V
jfA ISlll3 SPECIALUV FOR " BRAMbb M !
ineTml will proe their trerit"' Vr -II
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole charge of the Institute, notice la
given that no one Is authorized to so
licit for collect monies on account of,
or enter Into any contraot In connec
tion therewith nave the undpraifrned.
ROBERT SWAN SORIMOEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 10th May, 1897. 616-St
aro fresh from tho factory and
finish. Tho price ib sure to suit.
Furnished or Unfurnished Home;
Parlor, Dining Room, twoBdrooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc, all In first class
condition, Stable room and servants'
quarters; grounds In elegantcoiidltlon.
Locattqn upper Llllha street: rjosse
slnn given June 1. Apply at Bulletia
Srootted and ,
aro guaranteed to ho Al
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