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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Chopping bowls and knives 15o.
caob at Bturdovant'a '
Tntrtt4i?n TSTaana'ta man nwAntnrl
a lot of swipes sellers yesterday.
Its pure that's sure Mott's
Golden Russett Cider at the Cri
The exterior of the Bishop
memorial chapel at Eamehamoha
Schools is about completed.
The Eagle House on Nuuanu
avenue has beon reopened under
tho management of Edward A.
Tho mooting of the various con
gregations of St. Andrew's cathe
dral announced for this weok have
f boon declared off.
There is but one best in type-
writers and that is the Peerless,
sold by the Hawaiian Cyclo &
Tho Hollister Drug Company in
another column show how to
make hens lay and tho poultry
The government band will give
the usual concert at Emma square
this evening. The program will
bo found in anothor column.
Tho air is so clear and dry in
the Arctic regions that conversa
tion can be carried on when the
speakers are two miles apart.
Arrests made today include two
Chinese held for investigation,
one straggler from the U. S. S.
Marion, one Chinaman for opium
in possession and one drunk.
As the result of an investigation
made by Consul Genoral Mills on
Saturday into charges made
against Mate Anderson of tho
sohoonor Robert Searles tho latter
has left the vessel.
If speaks well for the general
sobriety of a Honolulu holiday
season to state that there were
only three drunks in ,tha police
court on Saturday and eight this
James Oliver, an American, 66
years of age, died on Saturday
nwtlit nrtn woo nnrion nt Afairilrt
yesterday afternoon at publio ex
pense, fie naa no relatives nere
and apparently no friends. ,.
Thos. W. Rawlins is coming up
to Honolulu for the Diamond
Jubileo by the steamer Einau.
His son William goos to Hilo by
tho return of that steamer to take
charge of his
tho Jockey Club
hold a meeting
this morning to consider the pro
test of Geo. Iiodick in regard to
Antidote's jockey not woighiug in.
Tho committee sustained tho de
cision of the judges.
There was a goodly attendance
of members at the meeting of the
Hagoy Social Club on Saturday
evening. The Entertainment
Committee were directed to ar
range for a tournament to em
brace billiards, pool, cards,
checkers and chess, and also for a
musioale at the end of eaoh month.
We don't expect you to give us
the preference if what we have to
Bell is inferior or our prices high
er than our rivals, but when we
offer a superior artiole for less
Money, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into the matter.
Call and see our samples of
portrait work. King Bros., 110
The feature of the tug-of-war
contests' tomorrow night will be
the pull of the Philadelphia and
Marion teams against each other.
Owing to some squabbles over a
proposed boat race which failed
to come off, there is not tho best
of good fooling between the two
crews, and an oxciting contest may
bo looked for,
. Tho familiar "Brazil nut" grows
in bard, spherical pods, each of
which contains from eighteen to
twenty-four of tho triangular
seeds that come to market. So
boautifully are thoy packed by
nature that no man yet has ever
been ablo to put them back in
their recoptaolo after onco they
have beon taken out.
TMiann'n wnnrlorful rrnnina is
illustrated by the exhibitions of
tho animatoscopo in the Lovo
blook on Fort street. They aro
well worth seeing and a few years
ago would have made a feverish
popular sensation any whero. They
buow exciting epieoueB in mo
Ainnrinnti mntrnnolis. mounted
police drill, a moving train, a
uooic or pigeons on wing, etc.
c gjuLar jmitA ttaiaHto'
Sheepskin rugs all colors at
Tho town has beon full of
absurd rumors today.
"Hawaii's Young People" for
Juno has been received.
The court-martial gun from tho
Philadelphia is getting to bo a
Judgo Wilcox fined J. Hiwa
$10 and Piki S5 for assault and
battery this morning.
Tho naval battalion from the
Philadelphia and Marion wont out
to tho Eamohamoha school for
drill this morning.
August Dreier advertises that
he will not bo responsible for
any debts contracted in his name
without his written consent.
There aro only five Custom
House watchmen and eight guards
to take care of all the vessels that
come and go out of Honolulujs
Tho Eamehameha concert was
postponed on Saturday night on
account of the death of R. W.
Meyer. It will take place this
Four swipes dealers arrested
yesterday plead guilty in the
District Court this morning and
,had their sentences suspended
Until moved on by the prosecu
tion. Asing Eo, tho cook of. the
James Makee who throw boiling
water over a big oamoan sailor
on the Bamo vessel and was
charged with assault and battery
in the police court this morning,
naa nis case nolle pros.'d.
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from tho Coast, is located at
tho Eaglo House, Nuuanu streot,
whore she is prepared to per
manently remove moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by eleotrioity.
She has also for sale an excellent
face bleach, warranted not to in
jure the skin. Madam Yule makes
a specialty of electrio treatment.
CIRCUIT COURT HATTERS.
Npreckela v.. Hutch Kjectment Suit.
Actl.u to Set Ailde a Deed.
In the ejectment suit., of John
D. Spreokels and Adolph B.
Spreokels vs. Francis M. Hatch,
trustee, Deputy-Marshal Hitch
cock has made return that he is
unable to mako service of summons
on the defendant as he is absent
from the Ropublio. Plaintiffs
claim title in fee simple to a cer
tain piece or parcel of land being
a portion of Eapua, alolo of Eekio
at Waikiki-kai, Honolulu, by pur
caBo from G. W. Macfarlane, and
allege that tho defendant has un
justly and contrary to law taken
the same into his possession and
converted it to his own use
and occupation. The land in
dispute oontains an area of 1
12 100 acreB and adjoinB tho Sans
In the enso of Eliza Richard vs.
George S. Houghtailing, a bill to
set aside a deed, return of service
of summons has been made. The
plaintiff alleges that she signed the
deed in question under fear, com
pulsion and duress of the defend
ant and without a clear or any
understanding of its contents or
Judge Perry is the presiding
judge at chambers this week.
I will Dot be responsible (or any
debts contracted in my name without
my written consent.
B34 3t AUGUST DRErER.
Notice la hereby given that the fol
lowing estrays have been Impounded
In the Government Pound at Maklkl,
1 Mare, cream colored, brand "El,"
on right hip, white spot on forehead.
1 Colt, cream colored, brand "El,"
on left hip, white line along the lace,
' 1 Mare, bay, brand "Elj" on right,
hip, white murk on forehead, four
1 Horse, bay, brand "El," left
hip. brand "JrNp" right hip, brand
"Jr" right neck, fout blaok legs.
1 Horse, white grey, brand "L O Z"
1 Horse, bay, brand "K." left hip,
brand (an) right hip, white ou fore
head, spotted on the back, four black
And If such eetrays are not claimed
and all pound oharges satisfied on or
before SATURDAY, June 20. 1697, at
12 o'clock noon, the same will be sold
ou that date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENK,
Honolulu, H. I., Juue 14, 1607.
Celebrated for its great leavening strength
and liculthfulnetn. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. KorAL Uakino I'ow
dkii Co , New Youk.
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports.
Following is tho program of
sporting ovonts arranged by tho
sub-committee having tho matter
in charge, for the Diamond Jubi
leo, which takes place on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. Robert
eon, W.F. Lovo and H. K. Wulker.
All ontrios to ho in before noon,
Saturday, June 10th, at tho oflico
of A. G M. ltobortson; lirst raco
to start at 8 u, m.
1. Yacht. Socoiid class. First
prize. $50; second prize, $25.
Course: Off Waikiki uud return,
2. Four oared aholl. Prize: $50.
Course: Throo quartor - mile
3. Fivo-oared whaloboat. First
prize: $50; second prize, $20.
Courso: Spar buoy and return.
4. Six-rmred sliding-soat barge.
Prize: $50. Course: Spar buoy
and return. '
5. Ten-oared barge. Prize: $50.
Course: Bell buoy and return.
6. Gaime, six - puddle. First
prize: $20; second prize, $10.
Course: From start to first can
buoy and return.
Children's sportB nt Kapiolani
Park, commencing at 10 o'clock
Committee: Thomas, Wright,
Obarlos Crozier and Douglas Col
lins. Tho program for tho chil
dren's sports will appotir la tor.
1. One mile bicycle (open).
2. Ouo-milo running.
8. 100-yard dash.
4. 150 yards, wheelbarrow.
5. Half hiiIh bicycle (open).
0. 120 yuids hurdlo.
7. One mile bioyole (second
8. Running high jump.
0. One-mile bioyole (novioe).
lb. 220 yards d.sh.
11. Three-leggod race.
12. Half - mile bioyole (second
13. Polo vault.
14 One-mile bicycle (tandem).
15. Half-mile run.
10. Running broad jump.
17. Sack race.
18. Two-milo bicycle (open to
19. Ring throwing contest.
20. 100 yards dash (for boys
under 10 years).
Gold medals will be awardod
to the winners of tho foregoing
races; silver moduls for second
Committee: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris, Jr., and
B. F. Beiirdinore. All entries to
bo in beforo noon, Saturday, June
10th, and all entries to be made
to Thomas Wright. 632-td
J. S. WALKER,
Genehil Agent rem Hawaiian Islands.
Royal InBuranoo Company.
Alliance Assaranoo Company,
Alliance Marino and General Assnranoe
Bun Life Assurance Company of Canada,
Wilhelmaof Madgoburg Insurance Com
pany. Boottish Union and National Insurance
1 Koom 12 Bpreckcls Block, Honolulu, II. I.
Whether It pays to raise your own
ohlckens or not has been an open ques
tion among all who have attempted
to keep poultry at a profit.
Many people keep a few chiokens in
order to hnve fresh eggs, fearing the
consequences of purchasing from the
The large percentage that die before
the broiling age Is reached discourages
many and causes them to abandon
the practise eutiiely.
But like every trade or occupation
some are successful, and make money
.out of it. There la a reason for this,
the remedy very simple, by investing
60 cents in a bottle of DETROIT
IRON TONIO and DETROIT POUL
TRY POWDER you cau likewise be
All successful poultry raisers use It.
It makes the bens lay and produces
flesh. Cures Cholera, Roup, etc.
Nothing ou the market like It.
The investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIO and
POULTRY POWDER has entirely
overcome the los eo many have suf
fered by the death of the fowls from
one cause or another.
You need have uo fears about raising
ister Drug Co.,
Genuine Rabbits Feet Charms!
Each . is tho Loft Hind Foot of a Babbit, killed in a country
graveyard at midnight, during tho dark of tho tnoon on Friday,
tho 13th of tho month, by a Cross-eyed, Left-handed, Bed-headed,
Bow-legged Negro riding a Whito Horse.
Parasols and Umbrellas
"Very Latest from ISTew York personally
selected bv Mr. G-us MurDhy.
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
Onepe Paper in Flags for
Flag and Fancy
For the 11th or June.
THE CORRECT STYLE AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : .Honolulu.
in solid colors; pool sheer material for afternoon nml eveultig dresses;
lu light blue, pink, cardinal, Nile, leghorn, lavender and white.
Latest in Linings for Under Dresses.
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
'Organdies and Figured Lawn's.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' Fine Shirt Waists P
They are right up to-date and pronounced very swell. .
LAOES ! LA.OJES ! LACKS !
19" A fine assortment; all the latest Importations. A new lot of very
fine Valenciennes In white and butter with in-ertlons to match.
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CYJTS A PECULIAR
Y SAN FRANCISC0.CAL.
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. SWANZY,
Honolulu, 27th May, 1897. 622 2w
THE LATEST FAD.
From G to 30 feet in size.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work owefully and promptly ex.
17 Oitick: Smith street, with Stmnel
Kaholookalani Pus, Keaidouoe: PftUaw,