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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 15. 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar 3g, a slight advance.
Tug-of-war contests again to
night. Paul Isenberg arrived on the
Peru this morning.
E.' A. Jonea and wifo returned
by today's stoamor.
The Government band vwill
play at Thomas square this even
ing. A card of thanks on behalf of
the lato R. V. Meyer's family will
be seen elsewhere.
The Delineator for July has ar
rived and can bo had at Mrs.
Hanna's, Fort street.
This is the afternoon for tho
W. O.T. U. meeting in Central
Union church parlors.
Oolonel Bice of the United
States Army is a through pas
senger on the Peru for Yokoha
ma. President Dole will deliver au
address at the commencement ex
ercises of the High School on
Notice to water rate payors is
given today to pay half yearly
rates in advance or be taxed 10 per
Concrete sidewalks are being
E laced around the Occidental
otel building on, the corner of
King and Alakea streets.
Mrs. A. Sohmeden is proprie
tress of the Occidental Hotel, and
Mr. Geo. Cavanagh manager of
the dining room of, tho same
Editor Y. Ishikawa of tho To
kio Chuo Shinbun, one of the
visiting journalists who arrived
on the Naniwa, leaves 'for home
by the Peru.
A member of the Exooutive
Council said today that the selec
tion of a successor to Frank Hast
ings will bo loft entirely to Min
When you wish to go 't'biking,"
the Hawaiian Cycle &' Manu
facturing Co., opposite Lewers &
Cooke's, can fit you out to the
Among the Peru's passengers
for this port are Lieutenant Com
mander John B. Briggs and
Medical Inspector John 0. Wise
of the United States Navy.
The concert given by tho Ea-'
mehameha boys last evening in
aid of their baseball association
waB a pronounced success, there
being a large number of people
0. D. King and wife and tho
Minister of Interior have exchang
ed deeds for property on Vine
yard street, whereby the Govern
ment obtains land needed for
Military circles are agitated
over the election of a successor to
Major J. W. Jones's position. The
election comes off on Saturday
evening and Captains Prutt, Mc
Carthy and Camara are mention
ed as leading candidates.
Colonel A. E. Buck, United
States Minister to Japan, and Mrs.
Buck came down on the Peru.
They are accompanied by Hunt
ingdon Wilson, secretary of lega
tion, and W. D. Baker, private
secretary to the Minister.,,,
Tom Wright, chairman of the
Jubilee Sports Committee, has ar
ranged a novel race which is sure
to excite great interest. Contes
tants will nave to ride a mile on a
wheel, walk a mile and run a mile.
A good sized purse will go to the
Tho Sports Committeo of the
Jubileo celebration will offer the
gold watch and chain donated by
Commissioner Hawes as a prize
in the 220 yard running race. As
the watch and chain are valued at
$75 the ra'oe should bring out tho
best runners in the city.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany oall attention today to the
merits of Sherwood's Novelty
Stool Harness, already in uso on
several of the plantations,whero it
gives good satisfaction. The use
of this harness is said to make
plowing a pleasure instead of a
There was a meeting of tho
officers of the .Regiment last even
ing at whioh many matters of in
terest only to the military were
discussed. It was arranged that
in tho Marlin and other similar
trophies requiring to bo shot for
more than once tho matches should
tako place overy four months in
Btoad of six.
Who lost two pigs?
August Dreier has a cautionary
notico in this paper.
Bead what is said about the
Romington as a record breaker.
A meeting of tho Hawaiian I
uon struct ion (Jo. is callod for (Sat
urday. Its -pure that's sure Mott's
Golden Bussett Cider at the Cri
terion Saloon. '
Henry Watorhouso has deeded
the land on tho corner of Nuuanu
and School streets to his son.
Tho etoro of Castle & Cooko has
boon closed sinco the arrival of
tho steamer, owing to nows of tho
death of Frank Hastings.
Frank Hastings was a native of
Calais, Maine, and was about 44
years of age. He was an intimate
friend and schoolmate of Minister
Invitations for the Jubilee ball
to bo given by British residents'
on June 22 were issued today.
Those for Commissioner Hawes'
reception on tho evening following
are also out.
The public are cordially invited
to the prize oratorical contest un
der the auspices of tho Hawaiian
Society, Sons of the America'n
Bo volution, at Y. M. 0. A. hall on
Mr. Iahlknnn Going Home to
Work Up Pacific Cnble.
Mr. Tokudomi, chief editor of
tho Eokuraiu Shimbun, and Mr.
Fukai, another editor, on their
way home to Japan from a cir
cuit of the globo,are passengers in
tho Peru. Mr. Tokudomi is
a man of mark, as ho is reported
likely to bo made Secretary of,
citato wnen no reacnos Japan. It
is with his paper that Mr.
Furuya, a vory pleasant visitor to
Honolulu, is connected. Mr. Ishi
kawa,whose departure is elsewhere
announced, winds up a series of
interviews with members of the
Hawaiian Government and for
eign representatives by a call on
Mons. Vossion, the French
Commissioner. He returns
to Japan filled with enthu
siasm for a Pacific cable, the im
portance of which he will urge
upon the Government and capita
lists of his country. Mr.-Ishiknwa
had earnest interviews with Col.
Z. S. Spalding on the subject end
ing in a practical understand
ing with that eager promoter
of a Pacific cablo. In
tho course of a pleasant farewell
call on the editor of tho Bulletin,
Mr. Ishikawa expressed his great
dolight with Honolulu and an
nounced his purpose to bo hero
again soon on a tour round the
world. He naively remarked that
the difficulty between the two
countries had proved to be a small
matter, for attending to which
here he could not afford to neglect
more important duties at home.
MINISTER BUCK IS HERE.
Continued from 1st Page.
1.95 instead of 1.85; 87 degrees
polariscope test and under has
one-tenth of a cent a pound less
than sugar over 87 degrees. Ad
valorem feature of the Senate bill
eliminated. The Hawaiian treaty
question was not acted upon."
Tho last sentence in the above
dispatch is somewhat vague but at
the office of Castle & Cooke it was
understood to mean. that tho Ha
waiian exemption clause had not
It's one thing to tako an order
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
they have reduced their prices so
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. See what they havo before
Two Pigs. Owner can have same by
035 It Kallbi.
Card of Thanks.
On behalf of the family and rela
tives of the late R. W. Meyer. I desire
to extend sincere thanks to the num
erous friends who by their kindness
and attention in the hour of our be
reaveiuout did much to llcliten the
surae. WILLIAM MUTCH.
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The construction is upon tho
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Tho "iEolian" Pedal, or "tone
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"The 122nd Anniversary
, OF THE
Battle of Bunker Hill,
Y. M. O. A. Hall,
Thursday Evening, June 17,
at 7:45 p. m.
Prize Oratorical Contest:
"The Objects and Results of the Am
Orations: William B. Godfrey,
Jr., and W. O. Ahfook of Honolulu.
Essays: Harriet K. Haual, Ruth
Rlohardton, Maria Maby, Sarah J.
Lytnun and Ellen Peurceof Hllo, and
. Mabel Sunterof Honolulu.
Judges: Hon. Sanford B. Dole,
Hon. Arthur M. Sewall and Rear Ad
miral L. A. Bearuslee, U. S. N.
The publio in general are cordially
t3T- FREE ADMISSION 3P
N. B. The Annual Meeting of tbo
Hawaiian Society. S. A. R., takes
place at 7 :16 o'clock in the Parlors of
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