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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 2, 18U7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
It. P. ltithet loiivcs for Son
Sonntor Baldwin went homo on
Inst uiglit's steamer.
E. 0. Maofarlano was to leave
for tho Coast by the Australia.
Mystio Lodge, K. of P., meets
tonight with work in tho first de
gree. Tho closing exercises of Ka
waiauno school took place this
James A. Low of tho Oalm jait
leaves on tho Australia for a short
H. J. Acuow. tho wellkuown
horseman, leaves on this after
A dandruff killor that cures all
scalp diseases is sold at tho Crite
rion burbor shop.
James Simeon wqb arrested this
morning and charged with assault
and battery on a Chinaman.
H. A. Widomann and family
and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin
will leave on tho Australia today.
The regular drill of the Second
Battalion will bo postponed from
lomorrow evening till the 17th
Dr. R. AY. Anderson, the popu
lar dentist, leaves on the Austra
lia on a visit to relatives in the
The closing exorcises of the
Y. M. 0. A. gymnasium take place
It is said that Col. George Mac
far laue has assumed the manage
ment of the California hotel at
Dr. P. S. Kellogg and wife, of
the Honolulu Sanitarium, leave
for Battle Creek, Michigan, today,
for a visit of a few weeks.
Wall, Nichols Co. present today
the merits of the Kingsbury
piano, which anyone wanting an
instrument should investigate.
Mrs. Nicholson, wife of the
mate of tho steamer Noeau, and
family arrived on the Martha
Davis. They came overland from
The second meeting of the pre
sent session of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association takes
place at 1:30 p. m. today in Ka
Judge de la Vergne has some
civil suits on hand this afternoon
and there was quite a sprinkling
of lawyers and litigants present
whon Court openod.
Tho Hawaiian Christian En
deavor Convention meets this
evening at Kawaiahao churoh. A
cordial invitation is extouded to
everyone to be present.
In tho police court this morning
Manuel Figurado was fined $100
for selling liquor without a license.
The other charge of distilling
against him was nolle pros.'d.
A great many people have gone
out to Kapiolani park this after
noon to witness the match race
between horses owned by Tom
Hollinger and William Cunning
ham. Tickets for the S. L. 0. L. S.
Eorformanco at St. Louis College
all on Friday evening may be
had at the college and from mem
bers. The box plan is dispensed
with for the present.
Cashier Brown of the Bank of
California, together with his wife
and daughter, who have been
visiting here for several weeks,
leave for thoir San Francisco
home. Mr. Brown is much im
proved in health by his stay hero.
. Tho rumor floating about town
this morning to tho effect that an
ultimatum had been served by the
Japanese Minister on this govern
ment requiring payment of the
indemnity previously aemanaeu
before Juno 8 is denied by Min
Officor Harry Evano arrested a
couple of bad men on the ship
lteaper today. They have caused
trouble ever since the vessel has
boon in port. They are charged
with refusing duty. They will bo
locked up until the vessel is ready
to leave, when they will bo put back
Mounted patrolman David Car
ter stopped a bad runaway on tho
Nuuanu valley road near the
mauBoloum yesterday aftornoon.
A ChineBo hack containing a
nativo woman and a baby was
coming madly down tho hill whon
tho patrolman caught the reins
and stopped it.
M. G. Hilva is booked to leavo
on tlio Australia.
John Austin nt Utlo got ai
broken nose from the kick of a
J. F. Brown, Land Agent, will (
sell by auction a d aero lot at
Waianao on July 1.
The card of Humphreys &
Macdonald, attorneys and coun
sellors, appears in this papor.
In tho list of dividends mention
ed in yesterday's paper the usual
one from Honokaa plantation was
FOIl LOVK AND Al'l'r.CTION.
Hldpou Went Convey All lilt Hml
Kutitltt In ttrailddallictiter.
By a deed of conveyance execut
ed on May 27, Gideon West, then
just widowed and himself in pre
carious health, endowed his grand
daughter, Lidio Margaret Donnell,
with all the real and personal
property of which he was possess
ed. The consideration is one dol
lar and tho love and affection ho
bears the grantee.
The real proporty thus convey
ed comprises tho valuable home
stead at Beretania and Punchbowl
streets, a lot on Nuuanu streot
deeded to the grantor, by Jos.
Lazarus and wife in 1873, all of
his interest in certain lots at Pearl
City, and a leasehold interest at
Although grand - daughter in
actual relationship, the grantee
has been virtually an adopted
daughter of the grantor and the
lato Mrs. West, generally known
by their family namo and earning
their highest parental regard for
her filial dovotion.
William Allen' rtanehur Badly Iim
Jureil ou Kmtna Nlreet.
Yesterday afternoon the horse
attached to a new buggy owned
by William Allen of the Hono
lulu Iron Works and driven by
his daughter ran away from the
gate of the family residonco on
Emma street. The horse bolted
and turned round, throwing the
young lady out ot the buggy.
She was picked up and taken to
her home and a physioian sent
for. It was found that she had
sustained serious injuries to
tho spino and she is now in a pre
The horse continued down Em
ma street to tho Esplanade, whore
he was captured, but tho buggy
was badly smashed up. Near the
High School building Mrs. Ziog
ler, who was driving after her
children, had a vory narrow es
cape of being run into.
K. O, Hull Bonn BnrKtarlacd.
Last night somaono effected an
entrance into E. O. Hall & Sons
store on the corner of Fort and
King street and robbed tho money
drawer of $4.20, small change left
over in the drawer last uight.
The burglar entered the building
through a skylight on the side
nearest Lowers & Cooke's store
and evidently made his exit in
the same way. Nothing else of
valua was disturbed. Detective
Kaapa has the matter in charge
and thinks be can put his hands
on the culprit in a very lew liours
'Haad of Oxea."
The Kona Eeho has this item:
"The Japanese residents of North
Kona will present two heads of
oxes to the officers and men of H.
I. J. M. S. Nauiwa which is har
bouring at Honolulu Bay with
And this one: "Mr. B. Law,
journalist of wide experience, has
accopted the editorship of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Irwin
leavo for a foreign tour by the
Australia today. They carry with
them tho best wishos of the com
munity for tho enjoyment of their
travels. Mrs. Irwin enjoys the
affeotion of all nationalities on ac
count of her unceasing good works
and her oharitablo munificence.
8. i, MACDONALD.
A. S. HUMrURCTS.
HUMPHREYS & MACDONALD,
Attorneys $ Counsellors.
Olllce, 113 KualiUinauuBt., Honolulu.
Celebrnted (or Its Rrcnt leavening strength
and ucultlifulnefs. Assure tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Kovai, Hakino Tow
win Co , Nkw Youk.
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
.... OK THE
Hawaiian - Jockey -
JUNE II, 1897.
Races Will Cmnmoncs At 10 A. M.
Sharp on the 11th.
Races Will Commonce At 1 P. M,
On tho 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIBST BICYCLE BACE.
Half-milu dash. Prize: Trophy,
valued at $20.
One-milo handicap. Prize: Tro
phy, valued at $30.
THIBD HONOLULU PUBSE,
Running rauo; half-mile dash.
Freo for nil.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:35 class. Purse, $160.
FIFTH MULE RACE.
One-mile dash. Purse, $50.
SIXTH IRWIN CUP. RUN
NING. One-milo dash; for Hawaiian
bred horses; to ba won twioe.
Trotting und pacing to harness;
best 2 in3;2:3Uolass. Purse, $150.
EIGHTH-OCEANIC Sr S. CO.'S
CUP. $150 ADDED.
Running r&co; three-fourths mile
dush; Hawaiian bred.
NINTH PRESIDENT WIDE-
One and a qunrtor milos; freo
for all; $150 added; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nos. 1 and 2 same is Juno 11th.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY
Five-eighths of a milo dash; for
Hawaiian breds. Purse, $150.
Pnnininind trnttina: free for all:
be3t 3 in 5. Purse, $150 with $50
FIFTH ROSITA OH ALLKNGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running race; one milo dash.
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE.
Half ile.dash. Purso, $100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE.
Pacing and trotting; handicap;
free for all beaten horses. Purso,
All entries ure to ba ma do with
the Secretary before 2 o'clook
Tuesday, Juno 8, 1897. Entrance
foes to bo 10 por cent of purso,
unless otherwise specified.
All racos to bo trotttd or run
nndor the Rules of the National
Trotting Association and Blood
All horses are expected to atart,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clook
a. m. on June 10, 1897.
General Admission 50 Cents
Grand Stand (oxtra)
50 Cents and $1
Carriages (inside course), each
Quarter-Strotch Badges $5
Por Ordor Coramitteo:
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
We havo just rocui veil from
several of tho lending sonp
makers of tho world a Inrjje
nnd varied assortment of FINE
TOILET SOAPS, thereby
enabling us to present to our
patrons n line of Soaps thut
have never been equaled both
in quality and price in Hono
Tho ago of soaps has more
to do with tho lasting or wear
ing qualities than anything
cIbo. As wo carry tho largest'
stock to be found in the city,
we are in consequence enabled
to give you soap that has age.
Next to age comes material
used in the manufacture; we
havo soaps made from a hun
dred or more compounds. Call
and inspect them.
We have given special at
tention to the selection of a
soap thut will eradicate all
blemishes from tho skin and
after studying the conditions of
the climato have concluded that
SOAP is the best adapted for
use in this climate. The price
has been reduced from 50 cents
to 25 cents.
SOAP is the result of twenty
years study. Never before
have such values in soaps been
offered as we are offering today.
Hollister Drug Co.,
$& THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOME
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
S These Goods have no superior in the Honolulu Market
In Plain, Ooen "Workj Stripes,
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT ABE NEW
Fancv Aj?fc Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printod Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
Glace Linings for Organdios,
in all colors, sixmo effect as silk
and is very chunp.
Brocaded -AJpaoa and Mohair.
A New Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The rery latest In
Kid G-loyes and Ladies "Belts.
....A Sample Due of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind !
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILTJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
520 "Fort Streot
VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It belDg Impossible for the Treas
urers to reach all Intending subscrib
ers to the Permanent Memorial or tbe
Day's Celebration, subscriptions will
be received at the offices of
F. M. SWANZY,
J M DOWrtETT,
Honolulu, 27th May, 1897. 622 2w
are fresh from the factory and
finish. Tho prico is sure to suit.
; ; JbAonotnln,
YOUNG TENDER CORN
SJ. 1WI f 1UUX0
Furnished or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Boom, two Byjrooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc., all in fust class
condition, 8tab1e room and servants'
quarters; grounds In elegantcoudltlon.
Location upper Llllhn street: posses
sion given June 1. Apply at Bulletin
are guaranteed to boAl , '
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