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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 12, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tug-of-war again tonight.
Tbo Olandino bad a Tory small
paBsengor list today.
J. E. Nathaniel, Molokai; has a
professional card in this paper.
Its pare that's sure Mott's
Golden llaesott Gidor athe Cri
Two copartnership noticos of
fhn Knnu Trmlinn Comnanv ar-
Ut Npoar olBowbere.
0 ,, Threo exciting events in tug of
"'!..' 5. war tournament at
WJmvilion this evening.
Deputy Attornoy General E. P.
Dole returned from Maui on the
Glaudino this morning.
Thoro will bo no concort at Em
ma squaro this afternoon, hb the
band will play at tbo races.
A lady's breastpin was found at
the Healani dance, whioh the
owner can have from Mr. Oat.
Fedo Vossileff of Moscow was
pensioned by the Czar in 1872 be-.
cause no naa eiguty-tureo living
ThoY. M. 0. A. folks give
an entertainment in their' ball
this evening, to whioh everyone
Lester Fhilbrook of Laconia, N.
H.,owub a bullaeye watch made by
Jonathan Wadleigh of London,
Eng., in 1G10.
Pastor Pock will preach on
"Lovo" in the morning, and
"Heaven" in the evening, at the
There is but one best in typo
writers and that is the Peerless,
sold by tbo Hawaiian Cycle &
American citizens will meet at
the Arlington tonight to make ar
rangements for literary and other
exercises on July 4.
Armstrong Smith of the Fort
struct school has been granted
two months' leave of absence, to
dato from September 1.
Admiral Beardsleo will give a
reception to Minister and Mrs.
Sewall on board the Philadelphia
next Wednesday afternoon.
Services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's cathedral
tomorrow will be held at the
'usual 'bourn, 9'.4C a. m. and 6:30
The program of tho concert to
be given by the Government band
at Makee Island tomorrow after
noon will be found in another
Tho Progressive Educator for
June is received. Osmer Abbott
with this number retiros as editor,
but hopes that the paper will be
The expenditures of Spain in
Cuba for the coming year are esti
mated at S131,000,000, and the
revenues at $30,000,000. It is
therefore a losing game beyond
J. F. Eckardt, superintendent of
the Queen's Hospital, will cele
brate his fortieth birthday tomor
row. It is said he will give a luau
to the hospital staff. Congratula
tions. The three Japanese oharged
with tho murder of an interpreter
at Spreckelsville wore found guil
ty of manslaughter at the Maui
court and sentenced to ten years
Rev. D. P. Birnie continues his
sorios of discourses on social con
ditions tomorrow. The practical
topics for both morning and even
ing will be seen in tho usual Sun
day services column.
Wra. Teraploton will speak at
tho Y. M. O. A. tomorrow evening
at 0:30 o'clock. Subject: "Is it
hard to be a Christian?" Infer
ences Matt. 11:28-30; Lube 14:25
35. Everyone is invited.
Juan Camacho, formerly of the
Hawaiian hotol but lately proprie
tor of tho Now Market restaurant,
died yesterday morning early of
Bright's disease. Tho funeral
took place later in tho day.
British Commissioner Hawes
will give a ball on tho night of
tho 23d, in honor of tho Quoen's
Jubilee. The ball arrangod by
the committee in charge of tho
celebration will be given on the
Tho reception committee of tho
Y. M. 0. A. will pegin a chockor
tournament at the building tonight
nnd invito any young men
to a social evening. Lomonado
will be sorved and a general good
timo is promised.
Eamehamoha concort and en
There will bo practise cricket at
tho Makiki grounds this afternoon.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Jfopuiar House, 154 Hon street,
from $ 1.00 per weok up.
Hon. Paul Neumann and Chas.
Croighton have returned from
professional trips to tho othor
Wroy Taylor, Jack Wintor,
Chester Doyle and Colonel S.
Norris came over on the Mauna
Tho Misses Bice will givo music
lesson at their homo, Beretania
near Alapai street, during the
Thero was ono of the old time
crowds at tho Hawaiian hotel
grounds on Thursday evening to
bear the National band play.
Sl'MiAY Ncnooi. PICNICS.
At Which Mnny Hundred or Children
Enjoy Wlioleaonio Outings.
Sunday schools of Central
Union church and its Palama
mission were given the .annual
pionic, always held on Eameha
moha Day, on tho grounds of
Oahu college. Thoro was an at
tendance of many hundreds, and
the children had n delightful day
of games and feasting. Free cars
carried tho young people to and
from the place.
The Sunday school of the
Christian church had an excursion
by Smith's omnibuses to Allan
Herbert's beautiful place at Ea
lihi. Thero were also some pri
vate conveyances, and many par
ents, teachers and visitors went on
bicycles. Amucoment never slack
ened all day excepting for the
feast, and this was on a bountoous
scale. Tho only accident was of
a tree Beod gotting into a boy's
eye, which afforded Dr. Bur
gess tho opportunity of giv
ing a freo clinical exhibition.
Members of tho party who were
old friends of Mr. Horbort visited
that gentloman on his couoh,
where ho was laid tho day before
by an accident. Pastor Monroe,
on being introduced, thanked Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert cordially for
their kindness in giving the com
plete freedom of the demesne to
Tbo Protestant church of tho
Portuguese people and its Sunday
school enjoyed the ride by rail to
Remond Grove, where thoy hold a
lie Drove All A lone.
Ton-minute cars aro running as
usual on Saturdays, but some of
tho drivers are too anxious to
avoid faros. One of them was
hailed, within a fow yards, from
Victoria street, at 8:10 this morn
ing, but he was too intent on ad
miring the foliage in Thomas
squaro to look out for passengers.
Tbe only ono riding on this car at
the time was the driver. "There
are momouts when one wants to
be alone," with car drivers as
well as anybody else.
A Q,nlet Wedding.
Up at tho Volcano House at
the brink of the burning crater,
with Madam Plo as witness, 0.
M. Walton and Miss Alice Kim
ball joined hands in holy wodloak
lust Wednesday afternoon, Rev.
Mr. Hill of Hilo performing tho
oeromony. The couple came from
Puhalu und both are woll known
in Hilo. The Tribune joins many
friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs.
Walton a happy union and long
life Hilo Tribune.
Eagle -:- House
Mn Edward A. Kosta, who has
catered In Europe and Amerlou, will
have entire charge, HIh American
French Meals are famous in Chicago.
The funeral of tho late Rudolph
William Meyer will take place from
the residence of Mr. William Mutch.
Kallhl, at 4 o'olook TOMORROW
(Sunday) AFTERNOON, to the
steamer Wnlaleale at the i'aclllo Mall
wharf. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully Invited to attend
without fuither notice.
Celebrated for Its j-reat leavening strength
and kcalthfulncts. Assures tho food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Kotal IUkino Vow
dek Co , New Yoiik.
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports.
Following is the program of
sporting oveuts arrangod by tho
sub-committee having tho matter
in obargo, (or tbe Diamond Jubi
lee, which takes pluco on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. Robert
son, W. F. Love and J.S. Walker.
All ontries to bo in boforo noon,
Saturday, Juno 10th, tit tho office
of A. G. M. ltobortson; first raco
to start at 8 a. m.
1. Yacht. Second class. First
prizo. $50; second prize, $25.
Courso: Oil' Waikiki mid return.
2; Four oared sholl. Prizo: $50.
Course: Throo - quarter - milo
3. Fivo-oitrcd whalobnat. First
prizo: $50; second prize, $20.
Courso: Spur buoy and roturn.
4. Six-oared slidinp-soat barge.
Prize: $50. Course: Spar buoy
5. Ten-oarod barge. Prizo: 50.
Course: Bell buoy and return.
G. Canoe, six - paddle. First
prizo: $20; second prize, J 10.
Courso: From start to first can
buoy and roturn.
Children's sports at Kapiolani
Park, commouoing at 10 o'clock
. Committee: Thomas Wright,
Cbarlos Crozier and Douglas Col
lins. Tho program for tho chil
dren's sports will appear In tor.
1. Ono-mile bicycle (open).
2. Onoinilo running.
3. 100-yard dash.
4. 150 yards, wheelbarrow.
5. Half mile bicycle (open).
(J. 120 yards hurdle.
7. One milo bicycle (second
8. Running high jump.
0. Ono-milo bicyclo (novico).
10. 220 yards dash. '
11. Threo-loggod raco.
12. Half milo bicyclo (socond
13. Polo vault.
14. Ono-milo bioyclo (tandem).
15. Half-milo run.
1G. Running broad jump.
17. Sack race.
18. Two-mllo bicyclo (opon to
19. Ring throwing contest. ,
20. 100 yards (LibU (for boys
under 1G years).
Gold medals will bo awarded
to tho winnors of tho foregoing
races; silver medals fur second
Committeo: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris, Jr., and
B. F. Beardtnoro. All ontries to
bo in boforo noon, Saturday, June
19th, and all ontrios to be mado
to Thomas Wright. G32-td
During my absence from the Ha
waiian Inlands Mr. W. M. Gltrard will
aot for me under full power of Attor
ney. W. Q IRWIN,
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1807. 028 lw
A Young Man to act as Commls
nlouor. Write at once to "M. E L.,"
Evening Bulletin Oillce. G32!2t
We have just received from
several of the lending soup
makers of tho world a large
and varied assortment of FINE
TOILET SOAPS, thereby
enabling us to present to our
mtrons a lino of Soaps thut
iavo 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
else. As we carry the largest
stock to bo found in the city,
we aro 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 havo given special at
tention to the selection of a
soap that will eradicato all
blemishes from the skin and
after studying the conditions of
tho climate have concluded that
SOAP is tho best adapted for
uso in this climate. The price
has been reduced from 50 cents
to 25 cents.
SOAP is tho result of twenty
years study. Novor boforo
have such values in soaps been
offered as wo are offering today.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Genuine Rabbits Feet Charms!
Each is tho Loft Hind Foot of a Rabbit, killed in a country
graveyard at midnight, during tho dark of tho moon on Friday,
the 13th of tho month, by a Cross-eyed, Loft-handed, Red-headed,
Bow-legged Negro riding a White Horso.
Parasols and Umbrellas
"Very; Latest from !New York personally
selected bv Mr. Gus Murohy.
LACE AND BICYCLE PINS!
English and American Flags
In Silk, Muslin and Bunting !
Suitable for Juno 11th and July 4th.
Crepe Paper, Red, White and Blue.
Crepe Paper in Flags for Decorating.
Flag and Fancy Paper Napkins.
IP,-p:r Fire Balloons
READY FOR THE RACES?
Trimmed & Sailor HATS
For the 11th of jnne.
THE CORRECT STYLE AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : .Honolulu.
In solid colors; pool sheer material for afternoon and ovptiltig dresses:
in light blue, pluk, cardinal, Nile, leghorn, lavender and white.
Latest in Linings for Under Dresses.
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Organdies and Eipjured Lawns. 1
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Fine Shirt "Waists Pf
They are right up to-date and prouotiuced very awell.
LAOES I LACES ! JLAOES !
ST A floe Assortment; all the latest importations. A new lot of very
fine Valenoiennen In white and butter with Insertions to match.
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VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
It being 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. 8WANZY,
J M DOWHETT,
Honolulu, 27th May, 1897. 622 2w
THE LATEST PAD.
From G to 30 ' foot in size.
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Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work porefnlly and promptly ex
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