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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 21, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
It yj now Major McCartliy.
Sonator Kaubano ia in tbo city.
Carriage whips from 10c. up at
The police havo no arrests to '
Closing exercises 'of the High
An electric light now barns at
night at the boat landing.
The Gaelic brought 272 Ohinoso
laborors but no Japanese.
The Australia should bo in
bright and early tomorrow morn
ing. P. 0. Jones is confined to his
room with a sovoro attack of lum
bago. Annexationists and sugar ninn
expect good uows on tomorrow's
The Philadelphia and Marion
battalions had shore drill this
Do Kovon Glee Olub will meet
for practise at 7:30 this evening,
at Y. M. 0. A. hall.
The loading groceries will close
on Wednesday, making all de
liveries on Tuesday.
Senators Rice and Wilcox and
Mrs. J. B. Athorton came ovor
from Kauai yesterday.
James Tregloan haB received
the contract for making uniforms
for the Hawaiian army.
The band will give the usual
concert at the Hawaiian hotel this
evening, cdmmenoing at 7:30.
For Sale An elegant phaeton,
comparatively new, at a bargain.
A. V. Gear & Co., 210 King stroot.
One of the men participating in
in the naval battalion drill this
morning got sick and had to leave
Bishop Willis contributes his
journal of a visit to Samoa and
Tonga to the Honolulu Diocesan
A boat race between crews of
the Marion and Philadelphia will
be one of the exciting ovents on
The program of the musio to be
rendered at St. Louis college to
morrow afternoon appears in an
Elaborate souvenir official pro
grams will bo distributed free at
the Diamond Jubilee celebration
Wednesday being a holiday
May & Co. will deliver groceries
at Waikiki on Tuesday, instead of
their usual day.
Tho children of the Fort street
school gave an exhibition on
Saturday evening and acquitted
themselves very creditably.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in great demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choico lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possible rates.
There will be a meeting of tho
Committee on Parade of tho
Fourth of July celebration at the
drill shed this evening at 7:dU.
A now stook of Remington shot
guns, Colts, Smith and Wesson
revolvers will shortly arrive for
the Pacifio Cycle & Manufactur
ing Co., Fort Btrect.
One of the Honolulu Dairy's
wagons was badly smashed up
near ThoraaB square in a runaway
on Saturday afternoon. The
horses left the wagon behind ear
ly in tho proceedings.
The Executive Committee of the
Quoon Victoria Diamond Jubiloo
celebration will hold a meeting
this (Monday) evening at the Ha
waiian hotel at 7:30, to complete
arrangements for the celebration.
Editor Farrington of the Adver
' tiser has resigned his position and
will return to Maine as Boon as
his successor, W. N. Armstrong,
arrives from Washington. Ho
hopes to be able to leave on the
Oliver W. Winthrop, tho man
who held up James Campbell in
San Francisco, was one of the
ringleaders in tho recent mutiny
at San Quontin prison. He was
shot in the fleshy part of tho arm
by ono of tho guards during tho
Cecil Rhodes, according to the
London Chronicle, has decided
onco more to apply his mind to
coffee-growing on a colossal scalo
in the Shiro highlands of Central
Africa. Long yoars ago ho was
a coffeo-plantor in Natal, but dis
carded the life for tho more ex
citing ono of diamond-hunting at
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
opexiko op Tm: junk tr.un or
THE 8U1MCK.MK COUHT.
Cafes on the
Vaiiou Itlnllem nt
Judge Carter haB ordered tho
libolee in tho divorce caso of Liz
zie Q. vs. G. Froboeso to pay 22
costs of court and $50 counsol fco,
temporary alimony having been
waived in open court. Honshall
for libellant; libelee in person.
Judgo Carter haB ordored letters
of administration to issue to W.O.
Smith, under $1000 bond, on tho
estate of Mrs. LoisS. Johnson, de
ceased. Tho value of the estate is
S3900, including a house and lot
on Fort street. The heirs are
Mrs S Elizabeth Williams, Mrs
Julia 0 Fyfo, A Frances Johnson,
Honry Johnson, Ellen A John
son, Franz B Bindt, Edward J
Bindt, Ernest A Bindt.A Rudolph
Bindt and Arthur F Bindt. W.O.
Smith for petitioner; no ono to
Judgo Perry has ordored a hear
ing tomorrow of plaintiff's motion
for discontinuance in the case of
August Dreier vs. Elizabeth A.
McBryde, H. A. Widemann and
Alexander M. McBryde. The mo
tion is based on an affidavit of
plaintiff, to tho effect that all
matters involved in the litigation
havo been settled by his purchas
ing tho interest of his copartners.
Iteid vs. Reid, motion for ali
mony, has been set for tomorrow
at 9:30. Humphreys fe Macdo
nald for libellant; Magoon &
Edings for libelee.
Judgo Porry has approved the
accounts and granted the dis
charge of S. Benjamin Kaneika
lau, administrator of the estate of
J. P. Kuia of Makawao, Maui, de
ceased. Kahookano for peti
tioner. The June torm of the Supreme
Court opened this morning, when
the following business .went on
Republic of Hawaii vs. J. G.
Waibel. Appeal from District
Court of Honolulu on points of
law. E. P. Dole, Deputy Attor
ney Genoral, for the Government;
Kinney & Ballou for defondant.
Argued aud submitted. Judge
Carter sat in place of Chief Jus
tice Judd, absent, with Justices
Frear aud Whiting.
W. 0. Weedon vs. Elizabeth B.
Waterhouse, appeal of plaintiff on
taxation of costs. Settled out of
court. Kiuney & Ballou for plain-
iiu; nartwou tor uotenuant.
O. F. Hart vs. J. Wight, water
controversy from North Kohala,
Hawaii. Continued for tho term.
Brown for plaintiff; Thurston &
Stanley for defendant.
J. F. Bowler vs. Ahlo, admiral
ty. Submitted on briefs. Neu
mann aud Robertson for plaintiff;
Castlo and Davis for defendant.
Judge Perry sits as substitute
Justice this afteruoon, when three
cases are down for argument. The
first is Ah Quai vs. R. Puuiki, de
fendant's exceptions from Fifth
Circuit. Thurston & Stanley for
plaintiff; Rosa for defendant.
rhauee for Benerolenee.
Brother Dominic of the Baldwin
Homo, Kalawao, in a letter to the
editor expresses a desire for illus
trated and scientific magazines.
Cannot readers of tho Bulletin
supply tho request out of their ac
cumulations of periodical litera
ture ? Parcels of papers and
magazines may be loft at E. O.
Hall & Son's storo, for either tho
Baldwin Homo or the Beretania
reading room at Kalaupapa.
Frank Hustaco is having a hard
time of it with inflammatory
This is commencement week at
St. Louis College. The excellent
band of that popular institution
will givo a free conoert on the
college campus at i o'clock tomor
row afternoon. The commence
ment exorcises and distribution of
premiums take place on Friday at
3 p. on. in the college hall.
Police Judgo Wilcox Booms to
have oasy times in tho District
Court or else ho haB a faculty of
making short work of the court
proceedings. At this morning's
session six drunks woro fined and
another forfeited bail. Two mon
pleaded guilty of battering thoir
wives but seuteuce was suspended
Celebrated for Its great lcnvcnlntt etrcnctli
and hcaltlifuliicsB. Anurcs tho food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Royal IiAKINO Fow
DEit Co , New Yokk.
Tho construction is upon tho
most advanced principles of the
Art of Piano manufacture; and no
pains or expense havo been spared
to not only solidly construct, but
to so apply the various parts that,
besidos their wonderful singing or
tone-producing power, tbpy would
stand well in tune and in all cli
mates. Tho qualities of these Pi
anos are Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great power, Singing or
tone - carrying capacity, Evenness
throughout the Scale, and Standing
Tho "JEolian" Pedal, or "tone
mufHer," is intended for, the use
of beginners aud studonts of the
Piano-Forlo. By its use, one de
rives all the benefits of touch,
while doing away with tho noiso
or monotonous tone produced in
the practise of scales, chords or
chromatics, which is so annoying
to the listenor, and of no advan
tago tp tho performer. It also
saves the hammers from unneces
sary wear, thoroby prolonging tho
lifo of tho instrument for many
We aro now offering these olo
gant Pianos on the most favorablo
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate tho morit3 of tho
The British Residents of Honolulu
invite the General Publio to loin with
them in celabratlng, on WEDNES
DAY, June 23, ibe Sixtieth Anulver
Hary of the Accession of their Sov
For this purpose the following pro
gramme has been arranged:'
Regatta in the harbor at 8 a. m.
Tbaukstsivlng Bervlce iu Bt. An
drew's Cathedral at 10 a. m
Children's Sports atKaplolaul Park,
10 a. in. to 1 p. m.
Field Bports at Jtaplnlaul Park at 1
P" m' OLIVE DAVIE8,
Chairman of the Executive Com
mittee. 039 3t
.... AN INVOICE OK ....
Dry in. Extra Dry Win
in pints and quarts, Just to hand
lu excellent condition, direct from
FttEMINET fe FILS. For Bale
at low rates by . , .
GONSALVES & CO.,
C.C-lm Queen Street.
Subsoribe for the Kvkniko J3dl-
1 letin 75 oents por month,
Whether it pays to ralso your own
chickens or not has been an open ques
tion among all who have attempted
to keep poultry at a profit.
Many people keep a few chickens in
order to have 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 entirely.
But like every trade or occupation
some are successful, and make money
out of it. There Is a reason for this,
the remedy very simple, by investing
r0 cents in a bottle of DETROIT
IRON TONIC and DETROIT POUL
TRY POWDER you can likewise be
All successful poultry raisers use It,
It makes the hens lay and produces
flesh. Cures Cholera, Roup, etc.
Nothing an the market like it.
Thu investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIC and
POULTRY POWDER has entirely
overcome the loss so many have suf
fered by the death of the fowls from
one cause or another.
You need have no fears about raising
Hollister Drug Co.,
Genuine Rabbits Feet Charms!
Each is the Loft Hind Foot of a Rabbit,' killed in a country
graveyard at midnight, during tho dark of the moon on Friday,
the 13th of tho month, by a Cross-eyed, Left-handed, Red-headed,
Bow-legged Negro riding a White Horse.
Parasols and Umbrellas
"V"erv Latest from !N"ew York personally
selected bv Mr. G-us Murrhy.
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
Crepe Paper in Flags for Decorating.
Flag and Fancy Paper Napkins.
Faipoir 'F9xirG Balloons
From G to 30 foot in sizo.
LIQUET and LABOR SAVED
BY BUYING YOUR
MliMM TOIB1R W1AR
all ready made from us. Wo havo it specially manufactured
in San Francisco for our trado, and can guaruntoo ovory
JLadies' Night Gowns for 50c.
This is a plain gown, woll mado and full size.
Ladies' Night Gowns for Sl-OO.
This gown is extra good vuluo, embroidery yoke, ond double back
yoko and well mado,
Ladies' Chemises 35c. or 3 for Sl.OO.
This garmont is trimmed with linon laco, and can't be duplicated
for that prico.
Ladies' Skirts for 50c.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizes.
Ladies' Drawers for 50c. a pair.
Thoso are a special bargain, trimmed with ombroidery and tucks,
woll made and good cotton.
Ladies' Corset Covers only GOc.
All sizos, porfeot fitting at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
VTHEDAJfEP COLOR Di
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWlNS
TO THE OATS BEINSROASTEl
MILE ALL OTHER BIUNDSXK,
STEAMED. THE R0ASTIHO,
aires a peculiar
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work earefnlly and promptly ex.
E7 Officii Smith street, with Samuel
Eaholookalani Pua. Besldenoet Falama.
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The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Qnlet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement"
Baths. Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. 8. KELLOQO, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Evening Bulletin 76e per month.
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