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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 3, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Gilbert F. Littlo returns to Hi
0. N. Fulcher is purser of the
Alameda in place of J. B. Sutton.
The Oricket Olub Smoker is the
great attraction for this evening.
The government band will play
at the Hawaiian hotol this ovon
ing. Closing oxorcises of tho Y. M.
0. A. gymnasium come off this
A. E. Murphy,familiarly known
as Gus, came down on the Alame
da with his wife.
D. Howard Hitchcock will give
a talk on art at tho Kilohana Art
League rooms tonight.
Mrs. E. S. Cololeugh, Gbns.
Storey and T. Storey will join tho
Alameda from this port.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 164 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
The Board of Health held no
meeting yesterday, tho members
being too busy over the mail.
Oahu Lodge, Knights of Pythi
as, has regular meeting tonight
with work in the second degree.
Tho closing exorcises of Eawai
ahao Seminary were well attended
by a large number of people yes
terday. The finest of breakfast sausages
are to be had at tho Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Hon. H. M. Sewall, the now
United States Minister to Hawaii,
arrived this morning, accompanied
by Mrs. Sewall, child and nurse.
Yesterday's match race between
Tom Hollinger's Margaret H. and
Wm. Cunningham's Gladys was
won by the latter in three straight
The Hawaiian Cyole & Manu
facturing Co. are doing some fine
work on Typewriter repairing and
are building up a good reputation
in this line.
Mrs. W. W. Goodale and
daughter arrived on this morn
ing's steamer. Mrs. Goodale is
.the wife of the manager of One
mea plantation,' Hawaii.
Sharkey will defeat Maher if
he drinks the new O. P. S: Whis
key that is just put on the market
at the Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-and-Half and Seattle Beer.
S. T. Alexander, the well-known
Oakland capitalist and brother of
Professor Alexander, cape down
on the Alameda. He is acoom
panied by Miss M. M. Alexander.
Juvenile "Crescents" at the Pa
ciiio Cycle & Manufacturing Co.'s,
Fort street. Those wheels are
just tho thing for youths and chil
dren. They are the equal of the
If you aro interested in tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
be worth your while to see the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. They can't bo beat.
Printed ducks are just as good,
if not better than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two very important
considerations. Kerr has them in
a large variety of patterns at eight
vnrrin fnr nnA dollar.
Frank McCoppin, the late post
master of San Francisco, once
planted sugar cane in these isl
ands. He was here again on his
way to and from Australia in
1888, as United States Commis
sioner to tho Melbourne Exhibi
tion. Don't bo persuaded to accept
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just becauso you
have given an order for one.
King Bros, will give you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can get anywhere else
in town. '
It's one thing to take an order
for a portrait and quite anothor
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
they have reduced thoir prices so
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. See what they have before
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from the Coast, is located at
the Eagle House, .Nuuanu street,
whore she is prepared to per
manently remove moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by eleotrioity.
Sho has also for sale an excellent
face bleach, warrautod not to in
juro tho skin. Madam Tulo makes
a specialty of oloctrio treatmont.
Co. A will drill this evening. I
.ltoproeeutativo Hanuna is over
from Maui. i
Tourists complain of tho lack
of Hawaiian fruit on hotel tables.
Groat preparations aro being I
completed for tho Maternity Home
luau on Saturday.
Deputy Sheriff Wm. J. Sheldon
of Labaina is, suing for a divorco
Tho latest quotation on sugar
is 3 9-32, a drop of about a six
teenth of a cent per pound.
Minister Damon sailed from
New York for England on tho
steamer Toutonio on May 10.
A sample of brown paper mado
from sugar cano trash in Texas is
oxhibitod at tho Hawaiian Nows
During tho absence of Mr.
Irwiu, Mr. Spalding will act for
the bank of Glaus Spreckols &
Co. under power of attorney.
The Herrickaou case is up in
tho District Court this afternoon
and the charges made against
certain policemen will be duly in
vestigated. In the Distrust Court this morn
ing Jack Marr was committed for
trial at the next term of the Cir
cuit Court on a chargo of attempt
Work is going ahead in widen
ing Malulani street by the Opera
House. The Judioiary building
yard fence is razed on that sido
never to bo rebuilt.
The regular meeting of the
Board ot Supervisors of the Free
Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association will be held in Queon
Emma hall, Friday, Juno 4, at
9:30 a. m. ,
Irving S. Dudley of San Diego,
California, at one time prominent
ly mentioned in connection with"
the Hawaiian mission, has been
nominated as United States Min
ister to Peru.
Two letters were received from
V. V. Ashford by his father today,
in which he expresses the belief
that he will ultimately recover.
Tho latest previous reports wore
Louis Vasconcellee has been
awarded the contrast at $8850 for
fivo sections of now roads in
South Kona. There, wero 21
bidders, some by the mile, others
for lees than five sections.
Arrests made by the police this
morning inolude the following:
Gross cheat 1, assault and bat
tery 2, intending to commit an
offense 1, opium in possession 2,
hold for investigation 1, truanoy 1.
Attorney General Smith, Hon.
Paul Neumann and Japanese In
terpreter Chester Doyle leavo for
Maui tomorrow to take part in the
trial of those who murdered the
Japanese interpreter on tha
Spreckels plantation and after
ward in tho trial of the Molokai
Mr. HiMtlug Stricken.
While attending a Whito House
reception on May 19, Frank P.
TTaatlnnu TTnuraliDti Carna A
Affaires at Washington, was tak
en with a fit of heart failure from
indigestion. He was sent home
for medical treatment, and when
the mail left, two days later, was
Gus Schuman begs to inform
the publio that he has on hand a
fine new line of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Boad Wagons and Carts;
Double and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Haok Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trado.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at the Olub Stablest I
BY POLICE AT OAMiAO.
Inquiry hero confirms the sory com
ing from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for tho release of
the mate of tho .American bark "Uncle
John." lie wis ashore on December
10 last at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or In bottles at the
We don't oxppct you to give us
the preforonce if what we have to
sell is inferior or our prices high
er than our rivals, but when we
offer a superior artiolo for less
money, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into tho matter.
Call and see our samples of
portrait work. King Bros., 110
Celebrated for Its j;reat leavening strcneth
and UcaltlifiilnetB, Assures t lie food o(;nltit
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho chenp brands. KoVAL Uakino I'ow
dek Co , New Yoiik.
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
.... OF TUG
JUNE II, 1897.
Races Will Commence At 10 A. M.
Shurp on tho 11th.
Races Will Commonco At 1 P. M.
On tho 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIRST BICYCLE RACE.
Half-mile duah. Prize: Trophy,
valued ut $20.
SECOND BICYCLE KAOE.
One-mile hiimlicap. Prize: Tro
phy, valued at .$30.
THIRD HONOLULU PURSE,1
Running raco; half-mile dash.
Free for all.
Trotting nnd pacing to harness;
best2in3;2:35cluBs. Purse, $150,
FIFTH MULE RACE.
One mile dash. Purso, $50.
SIXTH IRWIN CUP. RUN
NING. One-mile dush; for Hawaiian
bred horses; to ba won twice.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:30 class. Purse, $150.
EIGHTH OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S
CUP. $150 ADDED.
Runuing rtice; three-fourths mile
dush; Hawaiian bred.
NINTH PRESIDENT WIDE-
One and a quarter miles; free
for all; $150 added; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nos. 1 and 2 sarao as Juno 11th.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY
CLUB PURSE. '
Fivo-eightbH of a mile dash; for
Huwunuu breds. Purse, $150.
Paoing and-trotting; freo for all;
best 3 iu 5. Purse, $150 with $50
FIFTH ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running race; one mile dash,
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE
Half mile dash. Purse, $100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE.
Pacing and trotting;' handicap;
free for all beaten horses. Purso,
All entries are to be made with
tho Secretary before 2 o'clock
Tuesday, June 8, 1897. Entrance
fees to bo 10 per cent of purse,
unless otherwise speoifiod.
All racos to be trotted or run
under the Rules of tho National
Trotting Association and Blood
All horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'olook
a. m. on June 10, 1897.
General Admission 50 Cents
Grand Stand (extra)
50 Cents and $1
Carriages (inside course), each
Quarter-Strotch Badges $5
Per Order Committeo:
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Olub.
Wo have just received from
several of the luuding soap
makers of tho world a largo
and varied assortment of FINE
TOILET SOAPS, 'thereby
enabling us to present to our
patrons a lino of Soaps thut
have nover 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
else. As wo carry tho largest
stock to- bo found in the city,
wo 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 have given special at
tention to the selection of a
soap that will eradicate all
blemishes from the skin and
after studying the conditions of
the climato have concluded that
SOAP is the best adapted for
use in this climate. The prico
has been reduced from 50 cents
to 25 cents.
SOAP is the result of twenty
years study. Nover before
have such values in soaps been
offered as wo aro offering today.
Hollister Drug Co.,
and Laces! )
1- 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,
K These Goods
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT AEE IEW
Fancv A.rfcl Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in now designs and colorings.
G-lace 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 yery latest In
Kid G-loyes and Ladies Belts.
....A Sample Line of....
Children's . Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILINGS
N. iS. SACHS,
520 Eort Street
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY 0W)NT-
TO THE OATS BEIfSPOASTEl
WHILE ALL OTHU BMUDSASC
STEAMED. THE IIOASTIHG,
GIVES A PECULIAR
VICTORIA. DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It being Impossible for the Treas
urers to reaoh all Intending subscrib
ers to the Permanent Memorial or the
Day's Celebration, subscriptions will
be received at the offices of
J. M DOWSETT,
Honolulu, 27tb May, 1897. 622 2w
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no superior in the Honolulu, Market
aro fresh from tho factory and
finish. The prico is sure to suit.
Furnished or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Room, two B'drooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc., all In first class
condition, Stable room and servants'
quarters; grounds In elegant condition.
Location upper Llllba street: posses
sion given June 1. Apply at Bullethi
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