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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 15, 1897.
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MARINE NEWS ITEMS
1776 THE G-LORIOTJS 4th 1897
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quired for use. They may work one
day but fail the next. Such pow
ders are a vexation, and waste good
flour, eggs and butter. ROYAL
works uniformly. The last spoon
ful in the can is as good as the first.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO , NEW-YORK.
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports,
Following is tho program of
sporting events arranged by the
sub-committi'o having tbo mnltf-r
in charge, for the Diamond Jubi
lee, which titkeh iluce on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. Robert
sou, W.F. Loe ami II. K. Walker.
All ontnt's to lo in beforo noou,
Saturday, June 19th, ut tho office
f A. G M. ltohoitson; first raco
to stnrt at S ,i in.
1. Yiicht. Second olnfss. First
prize. 50; tecoiid prize, $2b.
Course: Oil Wuikiki and return
2. Four nnnd shell Prize: SCO.
Course: Tlnoo quarter - ruile
3. Fiwvo.ired whaleboat. First
prize: 850; second prize, $20.
Courso: Spar buoy uud return.
4. Six-ured slidinp-sent b.irge.
Prize: $50. Coiuse: Spar buoy
5. Tun ouroil birg. Prize: 50.
Courso: Brll buoy and return.
G. Cant, six - puddle. Fiist
prizo: $20; at cowl prize, SlO.
Courso: From ftart to first cau
buoy aud return.
At Knpiolatii Par it, commencing
at 10 o'cloul; n. m.
Commit e: I linmui Wriglit,
Chiulcs Ciiznr and Douglas Col
lins. Tho piogrHm for tho chil
dren's spoits will .ippoar lutor.
1. One milo b cyolo (open).
2. Ono-milo lnumzg.
3. 100-yard dnpli.
4. 1C0 yards, wheelbarrow.
5. Hi If mde bicycle (open).
G. 120 yards hurdle.
7. Ono milo bioyolo (second
8. Running high jump.
9. Ono-milo bicycle (novice).
10. Three-legged race. f
11. Half -milo bicycle (second
12 Pole vault. g
13. Putting 10-pound shot.
1-1 Ono-milo bicycle (tandem).
15, Half-mile run.
10. Running broad jump,
spoils, and if used
as directed always
will not hold
strength until re
17. -140 y.trd foot race.
18. Suck race.
19. Two-milo bicyclo (open to
20. Ring throwing contest.
21. 100 yards dosh (for boys
under 16 years).
22. Novelty raco. Ono milo
bicycle, ono milo walking and one
mile running; a liberal money
23.220 yards dash. Special
prize Watch, suitably inscribed,
Excopting whero other prizes
will be given, gold meduls will bo
nward"d to the winners of tho
foregoing races; silver medals for
Committee: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris. Jr., und
B. F. Deiirdinnro. All entries to
be in beforo noon, Suturday, June
19th, and nil entries to bn mado
to Thomas Wright. G32-td
The GOLDEN RULE BAZA U will
keep cotixtamly on hand a
goml Hue ot
Calabachex, Coffee WoodStkko,
Curio-, Ete , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank anil MIscHllaneous Brinks.
T-iiilem for Foreign Correspondence.
TJi to ililf Pupeierle, In the new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
Administrator's Sale of
By order of the Hon. A Perry, So
coml Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Fl't Circuit, the iiiiilericiied In au
thorized to xell at Pub In Amnion all
of tiio right, tit lo mid liilcn-st of the
lute Arthur P. P. trou, deceased, In
ami lo Four SHr h in the Hul Land
of WalkHOH, Onhu, to the hiijticet bid
der, at 12 o'clock no'in, on the 22ud
'n oi JmicA. D 1897. at the Court
Home Alllolaul Hnli in Honolulu.
Terms: Cash. Deeds ut purchaser's
A. V GEAIt,
Administrator of the Estate of A. P.
Peterson, deceased. 028-td,
PACIFIC IIIAII, STKAMSHir PERU
Varlou Item if Intcreet (rem (be
City Front temncr IWuii Loa
for Other lulnudi.
Tho Mohican has finished dis
charging. PMS8 Peru leaves for Yoko
hama at 10 p m.
Ono desorter from tho ship
Koaper is reported today.
Tho steamer Waialoale returned
this morning from Molokai.
Tho schooner Louis is unload
ing coal at the railroad wharf.
Tho British bark Holen Denny
will sail tomorrow, in ballast for
Tho S S Poru arrived this fore
noon with ton days news of tho
rest of tho world.
A foreign vessel was sighted in
tho Molokni channel at noon. Tho
tug Elou wont out for her.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:20
pm;high tide small 4:35 a m; low
tide largo 9:37 a m; low tido small
0:05 p m.
Tho ship Reaper haulod out in
the stream yesterday. Sho will
probably Bail on Thursday for
Tho Bteamer Maun a Loa sailod
this forenoon on her regular route
to tho othor islands. Cantain
Simerson says no records will bo
broken this trip, tho vessel's bot
tom being foul.
Washington, Juno 5 Rear-Admiral
Samuel Phillips Leo, U S N,
retired, tho last of the Gommaud
era of great squadrons during the
Oivil War, died at his home at
Silver Spriugs, near tho city, at 5
o'clock this afternoon, after a
short illness from a stroke of para
From Molokai, per stmr Wai
alealo, June 15 W Mutch, Geo
Campbell, G L Edwards, Cubb
Lucas and son, A Bishaw, D
Logan, Rev S L Desha, Mrs J
Lucas, D McCorriston Jr, and E
From San Franoisco, per P M
S S Peru, June 15 For Hono
lulu: Lieut Com John B Briggs,
U S N; Medical Inspector John O
Wise, 15 O Jones and wife, Miss
Laura Ames, MiBs Eva Morrip,
Paul Isenborg, Mrs S V Mooney,
J Mooney. For Yokohama: Col
A E Buck, US Minister to Japan;
Miss A E Buck, Huntington Wil
son, Secretary of Legation; W D
Bnker, Secretary U S Minister;
Col Rice, USA; Mrs Rice, Miss
Annie L Howo, F T Canso, Y
Fukai, I Tokutoini, Rev Masaknsu
Tai, M Lnkuki. For Nagasaki:
Miss Margaret Best. For Shang
hai: Nicolao de Porelquine, Miss
Eleanor Reach, W Ayscough. For
Hongkong: Mrs M K Plumtner.
For Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Maun a Loa, June 15 Col S Nor
ris, Rev Lona, Joa Williams, J
Kawalei, Capt Le Glair, Miss
Beard, Mrs lhihi, Miss Brown,
Master Browu, J F Brown, W L
Decota ond wife.Dr Atcherly, wife
nnd servant, J Waterhouse, Mrs
Fredenberg, and 81 deck.
it TIiiiiiimx hiiimro.
The government baud will give
a concert at Thomas square this
eveniug, commencing at 7:30, with
the following program:
March-Llplit Step (new) I'nrlow
Overture -Ivati Contemn
, Solo: Mr. D K. Naone.
Selection Plrutt'4 of Ptnzance Bnlllvan
Cornet 8olo Don't bo Cross (by request)
Mr Cuarlcs Kreuter.
Medley War Recollections Tulelo
(iavot to Hobunzollurn Rlcliard
Waltz-TUo Skaters Waldtcufel
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from the Coast, is located at
the Eagle House, Nuuanu street,
whore sho is prepared to per
manently romovo moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by electricity.
Sho has also for salo an excellent
face bleach, warranted not to in
jure tho skin. Madam Yule makes
a specialty of electrio troatmont.
Tbesdat, June IS.
Btmr Walalc&lc, Gregory, from Molokai.
P M B S Peru, Frlele, from Ban Francisco.
Tuesday, June IS.
Btmr Clautllne, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmersou, for Maul and
Btmr W O Hall, Uaglund, for porta on
8tmr Nocau. Peterson, for Lahatna, Uono
kaa, and Kukuthaele.
P M 8 8 Peru, Frlele, for Japan an China.
VE88ELB LEAVING TOMORROW.
8tmr Ilclcnc, Freeman, for Hawaii.
Sclir Mlllu Moris, for Walalua.
llr lik Helen Duiuy, Hmltli, for Tuget
VESBKI.d IN POUT. .
U 8 8 Marlon. Hook, San DIcro, Marcb 13.
U tf Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
II 1 J M 8 .Nuil w a Kau, Kurooka, Japan,
(CoiutcrG not Included In tblsllst.)
Am ship Reaper. Young, Newcastle, May
llktn EiiciiHila,Tojes. Newcastle. May 18.
Am ship Louisiana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Am bktn Echo, Foyc, Newcastle, May 31.
llrlt bk Helen Denny, Smith, Newcastle,
Am ship A J Fuller, Matthews, Nagasaki,
Am bk Mohlcin, Saunders, 8 F, June U.
Am sch Robert Siarles, l'lltz, Newcastle,
Am bktn Kltkltal, Cutlcn Port Gamble,
Am schr Louis, Hatch, Newcastle, Juno U.
roUKION VFSSEI.S EXPECTED.
Vessels here trom
Schr Novelty Newcastle.
llawbklolanl New York .... Jlnv 31
Ilk Nuuanu New York
(Irshlp II F Glade,.... Ureiuen July SI
Ilk Colorado Ncweastlu
Ilk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Bktn OC Funk Newcastle
ilk Chas B Kenny., .Newcastle
Bk Palmyra Pt Gamble
88 Peru OF Juno IS
8 8 Aorangl Vancouver Juoe 1(5
8 8 Gaelic Yokohama Juno 20
SS Australia F Juno!.'.!
8 SMonna Sjduey June l
8 8 VVarrluioo......8dncy Juuulii
8 8 City of Peklrg.Yokohama JuuoUJ
Am bk Edward May. New York
Haw bk Diamond Head... Prt Gamble. .Due
ltal bkGluseppl SF
Am bk Aldeu Bcsse 8 F
Am bk Albert S F
Am bktn Aicher 8 F
Am echrC A Thayer... U raj 'g Harbor,. ..Duo
Tbe Prcslileut Muted to IIst Como
to a Deelalou.
New York, June C The Wash
ington correspondent of the Press
telegraphs: In addition to the
vigorous Cuban policy which tho
Presidout has in mind for secur
ing the poaco and independence
of the insurgents, he is said to bo
contemplating seriously the an
nexation of Hawaii.
In this purpose tho President
and his Cabinet aie agreed.
The manner iu which tho annexa
tion is to be brought about
has not fully been determined, but
it is regarded as not at all impro
bable that Hawaii will be part of
tho United States withiu a year.
Tho formalities to be observed by
tho Hawaiiau Government in
seeking annexation aud by the
American Congress in accepting
tho responsibility cannot be com
pleted much before that time.
There aro two reasons why
people aro now paying car fare
all the way from Waikiki to the
Palama Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is tho only place on tho
Islands whero tho celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is bold. Reason
2. After payiug car fare both
ways patrons find they aro money
in pocket by dealing at this "livo
and let livo" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods hetwoen Dia
mond Head and Moanalua freo.
Opposite Railway depot, King
street. Tel. 755.
Tho finest of breakfast sausages
are to bo had at tho Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Before giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros,
have to show in crayon enlarge
ments' and judgo for yourself
whether they can givo you tho
best value for your money or
, If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement wo invite
your attention to tho superior
work wo offer and would ask a
comparison of prices aud work
manship beforo placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE G-LORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian Flags
P'roin 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribboms,
American (New Stylo) Button-hole Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
Silk and Muslin Bunting, Decoration Bunting
Will be sold at the lowest cash price.
B Assorted Cases of Fire Works for parties: $7.50, 10,
$15, $20 and $25. ; (
Island orders solicited
B. W.LEDEREB, I V,
P.O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republio of Hawaii 1897
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steamers ot tbo above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vonoouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. B. W., and calling at Viotoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney aud Bun, for Victoria nnd
Vancourer. H. O.i
Stmr 'WAItRlMOO" Jnns24
Stmr "MIOWEBA" July 24
Stmr "AOBANGI" August 0
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Europe.
yxiEiani aud pabsenoeii aoknts:
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada. -
lloiiKiiT Keiui, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Btjehn, Ban Francisco, Gal.
O. Mali. Bbown, Vonoouver, B. O.
I. X. L
and promptly filled.
I Corner KinR and Nnn
From Victoria aud Vancouver, II. ,, (
Suva and Sydney)
Btmr "AOKANQI" June IB
Btmr "WAKRIUOO" July 16
Btnir"MIOWEKA" August 16
ST For Freight and Passage and all
General Information, apply to L
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., Vi
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.