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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Thoro nre 20,000 different kinds
Notico of funoral of Yolando
Logros is givon elsewhere
The entire coast line of the
globe is about 13G.000 miles.
Mnilfor tho U. 8. S.Concord
hns commenced to arrive at the
Tho Hawaiian Quintette Club
will play at tho tug-of-war tomor
Tho noxt regular dance at tho
Healani boat house will tako placo
on tho evening of June 11.
A scratch match of cricket in
the H. 0. O. is being arranged by
Captain Herbort fpr tomorrow.
The St. Louis Collcgo Literary
Society will repeat its dramatic
and musical outortainmont this
The members of the Central
I Union church choir will hold a
meeting at the church tomorrow
at 4 o'clock.
In tho polioe court this morn
ing J. Schwanck was found not
guilty of assault and battery on
J. A. Dower.
Tho Hawaiian Evangelical As
sociation has received an invita
tion to inspect the Philadelphia
Ah On was sentenced to thirty
days in jail by Judge de la Vergne
this morning, his offense being
opium in possession.
President Dole has ordered an
election for Colonel of tho First
Regiment to be held on the even
ing of Saturday, June 19.
Heine Lunuing, an old German
who lives on Boretania street near
Smith's bridge, was arrested this
morning for an unnatural crime.
Three drunks were given the
usual fine in' Judge de la Yergne's
court this morning. Six minor
charges were ordered nollo pros.'d.
The Chinese authorities employ
foreigners almost exclusively as
customs agents in thirty treaty
ports, fearing to trust Chinamen.
The regular monthly meeting
of tho Board of Supervisors of the
Free Kindergarten schools was
held in Queen Emma hall this
It seems generally understood
that Curtis Iaukea will take the
position of secretary of tho For
eign Office when Major Potter
Juvenile "Crescents" at the Pa
cific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.'s,
Fort'' street. Those wheels are
just tho thing for youths and chil
dren. Tbey are tho equal of the
Contrary to a Victoria dispatch;
the Japanese trainipg ship Hiyei
tC was across the Pacific before.
Her action in the lato war was of
special interest to thoso who saw
her in Honolulu.
Nothing definite was received
by tho Amusement Company ves
terday. Nat Goodwin had made a
counter proposal and the agent
would either close with his com
pany or with the Alcazar.
The volcano of Popocatepetl,
Mexico, is bonded to an American
syndicate, the object being to ex
ploit for sulphur, bring ice and
wood to the City of Mexico and
carry tourists up to the crater.
Features of the Illustrated
Magazine entertainment to be
given at the Opera House on
Saturday evening will be repro
ductions of four famous Salon
Saintings and a short story by
rs. F. R. Day.
The annual service in memory
of deceased Odd Follows takes
place on Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock in Harmony hall. After
the services cemeteries will be
visited and graves of deceased
brothren decorated with flowers.
Entries for the tuc-of-war tourna
ment have been received from the 1
following teams: Honolulu Iron
Works, U. S. 8. Marion, U. S. S.
Philadelphia, Pakaka wharf men,
German, Waikiki and Moanalua.
More are expected before tomor
row evening when the tournament
Manuel Bernado was severely
reprimanded by Judge de la
Yergne this morning and dis
charged from custody. He was
accused of threatening to kill,
twist the head off and broak tho
ncqk of ono D. Kama, who object
f ed to such liberties being takou
1 with him and complained to the
notiAM'K ov nit: si:.
How mi I'nuMih lrl Lett Itotiif to
Itlurj Iter llri(licr-ln-I,.
Nnnoy Clifford shipped as a
sailor in man's clothes and ac
companied Anderson her lovdr be
fore tho mast on board the ship
Hawkosdalo from England to
Australia. Sho was tho Bister of
Anderson's dead wife. Tho couplo
got tlmir discharge in Australia
and wore married. On tho for
ward deck of tho ship Hawkesdalo
the crew used to talk about tho
attachment of two very ordinary
looking sailors for each other. To
satisfy them, Anderson told them
that when his mato was a y oungstor
ho had saved his life. It was a
fact that ho had fallen in love
with Nancy only after saving her
lifo from drowning. Marrying a
deceased wife's sister is unlawful
in England, hence tho stratagem
of the girl to reach another coun
try with her beloved.
Tills BOAKU OF HEALTH.
Continued from 1st Page.
up on the sole condition that it be
reserved for patients of Anglo
Saxon birth or descent. In all
other respects the annex must bo
part and parcel of tho hospital
and undor Government control,
and a motion to that effect pro
vailed. Dr. Alvarez' roport on the con
dition and tteatment of patients
at the Kalihi Receiving Station
was read and file.
Tho same physician also pre
sented a paper on tho ubo of Car
rasquilla's newly discovered serum
for leprosy and recommended tho
sceuding of a good government
physician to tho United States of
Colombia to examine into its
efficacy and uso.
It was decided that tho Special
Committee on the Treatment of
Leprosy should meet with tho
Board at the next regular meet
ing. At 5:10 p. m. the Board ad
Lecture on Art.
D. Howard Hitchcock, artist,
gave much pleasure to a goodly
audience in the Kilohana Art
League rooms last night, when he
delivered a well prepared lecture
on art. He made clear the dis
tinction between real art and the
nioro copying of details with the
pencil. The governing principles
and the whole sum of art in paint
ing were, described sucoinctly.
Mr. Hitchcock illustrated his re
marks with crayon drawings. His
lecture while interesting to all
who heard it was of a nature to
be of great benefit to practical
students of art.
The fuupral of Yolanle Legron,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Legros,
will tuke place TOMORROW, ut 4
n. ra., from thrlr family residence on
Punchbowl xtreet, opposite Kuwnla
hao Cemetery. 028 It
Building &qd Loan Jociation
The Regular Monthly Meeting
will bo held nt tho Chambfr of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, June 7, 1897, at 7:30
SSC Payments are required in
A. V. GEAR,
I. O. O. F1.
The annual services In memory ot
the deceutteil meinour of the Order
will be held at Harmony Hall, King
Btreet, on SUNDAY AFl'ERNOON,
June 0, at 3 o'clock.
All member) of the order, whether
belonging to local lodges or victors,
with their families are requested to be
At the close of the exercises at the
Hall conveyances will be provided to
the cemetery, where the remainder of
the prescribed exerolses will take place,
to be followed by the decoration of
Members will appear, In regalia.
Brothers and Slaters of the Order
are requested, so far as practicable, to
contribute flowers for this occasion;
the tame can be sent to the Hall at any
time utter 0 o'clook on Sunday morn
ing. By onlerof the Committee of Ar
ranKemenls O T. UODGERS, N. G., Chairman.
L. VV. HOUGH, G. 8., Secretary.
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 1897.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and hunltlirulneta. Assures the fund against
alum and nil forms of adulteration common
to tbo cheap brands. ItovAt, Dakino I'ow
ijek Co , New Yoiik,
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
.... OV TIIK ....
Hawaiian - Jockey -
JUNE II, 1897.
Races Will Commonce At 10 A. M.
Sharp on the 11th.
Races Will Commence At 1 P. M".
On tho 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIRST BICYCLE RACE.
Halt-mile dash. Prize: Trophy,
valuud at 20.
SECOND BICYCLE KAOE.
One-mile ImtuliVap. Prize: Tro
phy, valued at MO. '
Running ruco; half-milo dash.
Free for nil.
Trotting Hnd picing to hamer-i;
be3t 2 in 3;2:U5 class. Purse, $151),
FIFTH MULE RACE.
One milo dash. Purse, $50.
SIXTH IRWIN CUP. RUN
NING. Onomilo dash; for Hawaiian
bred horses; to bu 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.
Running ruco; throe-fourths mile
dash; Hawaiian bred.
NINTH PRESIDENT WIDE
One and a qunrtor miles; froo
for all; $150 addod; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nos. 1 and 2 suno is Juno 11th.
Fivu-ciuhtliH of a mile dush; for
Hawuiiun biuds. Purso, $150.
Pacing nnd trotting; free for all;
best 3 in 5. Purso, $150 with $50
FIFTH-ROSIT A C H A LLKNGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running ruco; ono mile dash.
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE.
Half mile dnsh. Purso, $100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE
Pnoiug and trotting; hundioap;
free fur ull beaten horse:. Purso.
All entries are to be mndo with
tho Secrotury before 2 o'clook
Tuesday, Juno 8, 1897. Eutranco
fees to be 10 per cent of purse
unless othorwiso sptoifiod.
All racos to bo trotted or run
nndor the Rules of tho National
Trotting Association and Blood
All horses are espocted 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 courso), each
Quarter-Stretoh Badgos $5
Por Order Committoo:
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
We have just received from
several of the lending soap
makers of the world . a largo
and 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
Tho ago of soaps has more
to do with the lasting or wear
ing qualities than anything
else. As we carry tho largest
stock to be found in tho city,
we aro in consequence enabled
to give you soap that has ago.
Next to age comes material
used in tho manufacture; wo
have soaps made from a hun
dred or more compounds. Call
and inspect them.
We have given special at
tention to tho selection of a
soap that will eradicate all
blemishes from the skin and
after studying the conditions of
tho climato have concluded that
SOAP is tho best adapted for
uso in this climate. Tho price
has been reduced from 50 ceuts
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.,
and Laces !
& THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
S Theso Goods have no superior in tho Honolulu Market
. . French
In Plain, Oren "Work, Stripes, Shotted arid
Embroidered. f .
,' J 'I
E These Goods aro fresh from the factory and aro guaranteed to bo Al , ; '
in quality, design and finish. Tho price is sure to suit. Ji- K
GOODS THAT AEE NEW
Fancv .Art Tickings,
This is tho very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in now designs and coloring.
Q-lace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded .Alpaca and Molmir.
-A New Aasortmeut of-
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists,
The Tery latest In
Kid Grloves and Ladies Belts.
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only. One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILIJSTGS
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street : : Honolnln.
DUI&ATIi. DCLI(. I O V a 1 WDAIflTKl V
jl' t lOHf .5PECIAL.t-V Ron " BBAN&b M
J'"OreTriM will projg jhe'jigeiK7lj5:- Jl
VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It being Impossible for the Treas
urers to reach all intending subscrib
ers to the Permanent Memorial or the
Day's Celebration, subscriptions will
be received at the offices of
P. M 8WANZY,
J M DOWrtKTT,
Honolulu, 27th May, 1897. 622 2w
Furntsbeil or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Room, two Bedrooms,
Kitchen, Bath etc, all In first claw
condition, Stable room and servant'
quarters; grounds In elegantcomlitlun.
Location upper Llllh street: posses
sion Klven June 1. Apply at Bulletin