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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jubiloo ball tonight.
Dr. A. II. Bowat oamo over on
the Mauna Loa.
D. G. Oamarinos'and Ed. Paris
are homo again.
Mrs. A. Montague Turner ar
rived on the Australia this morn
ing. Wm. Kerr and Miss D. Eerr
'were among the Australia's pas
sengers. Unas. J. l'a lie and uis undo nr-
rived from San Francisco this
Tomorrow being a publio holi
day, no paper will bo issued from
A fine lunch will bo served to
morrow at Sans Souci, tho price
will bo COc.
The rank work of Mystic Lodge,
No. 2, K. of P., has been postpon
ed to May 30.
Mrs. Beardsloo, wife of the Ad
miral, arrived on tho Australia
T. 0. Porter and 8. T. Alexand
er were among tho arrivals today
by tho Mauna Loa.
The publio band concert at St.
Louis college comes oil this after
noon at 4 oxlook.
The band concert at the Hawai
ian hotel drew out the usual large
audience last night.
Many people are anxious to hear
the Philadelphia baud in concert
music some evening.
Tho work of decorating Inde
pendence hall was commenced in
earnest this morning.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
Diets: lamps for outdoor posi
tions are the leaders at the Hawai
ian Hardware Co.'s storo.
Mrs. T. R. Walkei will distri
bute the medals and prizes after
tho field events tomorrow.
Consul General Haywood, with
his wife, two children and nurse,
arrived on the Australia today.
Mrs. T. W. Hobron and child
returned today. Mr. Hobron will
remain at the Coast a few weeks
Horr Nolto has fresh frozen
oysters on ice from tho Australia,
to bo 6orved in any stylo at the
Beaver lunch rooms.
Arrangements aro being made
for a Portuguese team to pull
againts the victorious tug-of-war
team of the Honolulu Iron Works.
The special services at St. An
drew's cathedral in honor of
Queen Victoria's Jubiloo com
mence at 10 o'clock tomorrow
Independence hall can accom
modate about GOO people for
dancing purposes. Fifteen hun
dred invitations have been lBsued
A fresh consignment of the
celebrated Enterprise Beer and
frosh oysters for cocktails receiv
ed per Australia by tho Merchants'
If being constantly on the
streets is any proof, the Hawaii
Tandems from the Cyolery, oppo
site Lowers & Cooke's, must be
All persons winning medals in
the races tomorrow can have their
names engraved thereon, free of
charge by taking them to Lind
say's jewelry store.
J. F. Sopor, Hawaiian vioe-con-sul
at San Francisco, arrived thiB
moruiug. He brought some late
specml Wasbiueton dispatchea for
tho Foreigu Office.
A new stock.of Remington shot
guus, Colts, Smith and Wesson
revolvers will shortly arrive for
tho Pacific Cycle & Manufactur
ing Co., Fort street.
The stoamship Australia will
sail for San Francisco on Wed
nesday, Juno 30, at 4 p. m. For
freight and paesngo apply to the
agents, William G. Irwin & Co.
Judge Wilcox held a short ses
sion in the District Court this
morning. Enoka was fined SI for
using bad lnngungo, Ah Lin S25
for chefa playing and two druuks
Yellow fever is raging on tho
Central American count and tho
Bteamship City of Pura which ro
coutly anived at San Francisco is
in quarantine, having had two
deatUB from that disease on tho
8UOAR HAS ADVANCKl) ONE EIC1IITII
OF A CKNT.
Th Ctaearlnic N.wa In the flout
Paper Confirmed by Prlvntc 1)1.
patch to Iioeitl fir mi.
Tho nows that President Mc
Einley was to send tho annexa
tion treaty to tho Sonato on Juno
1G, brought by tho Australia this
morning, was somewhat unexpect
ed but none the loss wolcome.
From advices roceived by tho An
nexation Club and others by tho
provious mail it was not expocted
that Hawaiian annexation would
bo brought up until aftor tho pas
sage of the tariff bill and tho ad
journment of Congress. It now
appears that tho Republican sen-'
ators who were oppdsed to reci-
Erooity but in favor of annexation
ave forced the issue now as the
only means to defeat the rapaci
ous schemes of tho Sugar Trust.
Upon being shown the lato dis
patch printed in another column
J. B. Atherton, tho head of tho
firm of Oastlo & Cooke, said this
"Yes, that's all right. We havo
received from our correspondents
in the United States tho same in
telligence but from other sources.
The efforts of our enemies
havo forced our friends to
act sooner than wo antici
pated. If Hawaii is annexed
in the next few weeks as scorns
more than likely, we can thank
the ougar Trust for it. 1 believo
President McKinloy's action has
been precipitated by tho hostility
of Senator Nelson and others to
tho Sugar Trust and its sohomes."
At the Annexation Club head
quarters there was much joy over
similar favorable nows received
by its officers in direct telegramB.
Tho opinion was freely expressed
that Senators Nelson, Thurston
and Allen are responsible for forc
ing annexation to the front in
order to put a quietus on tho sugar
questions involved in the tariff
bill, and that there is little doubt
that the Senate will ratify the
treaty in short order. Executive
officer Brown was decidedly of
tho opinion that tho President
would never send the treaty to tho
Senate without knowing in ad
van co that it would bo passed.
That the early passage of the
treaty by tho United States will
involve a special session of the
Hawaiian Legislature, goos with
out Buying. Such a course is al
ready foreshadowed among tho
dispatches printed elsewhere.
In addition to tho favorable an
nexation news, local sugar men
have extra reason to bo thankful
over a rise of one-eighth of a cent
per pound in sugar, the latest
quotation being 3:50.
Minister King saidat noon that
the dispatches rocdivpd from Min
ister Hatch were dated Juno 15
and contaiued tho news that the
old Hawaiian treaty, with some
amondments, was to be submitted
by President McEinley within a
day or two after to the United
States Senate. Tho amendments
to the treaty wore correotly re
ported in the latest coast dispatch
of the afternoon of Juno 15.
The Government has received
the following dispatch from Min
"New annexation treaty agreed
upon, substantially similar to
Harrison's. Article G omitted.
Will be submitted to Sonato this
Article G refers to pension to
P. 0. Jones is considerably im
proved in health today.
The steamor Aorangi left Van
couver on tho 14th. She is due at
thiB port at any minute.
Tho race to San Francisco bo
tween the schooner Robert Lowers
and bukentiuo Newsboy was won
by the formor by six hours only.
Tho Indies of tho Valley Teams
Club will hold a reooption at the
courts from 3 to G o'clock Satur
day. Friends aro invited.
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock's
newly purchased yacht is entered
for tho nico tomorrow. It will bo
nowly christened tho ' "Erin go
Bragh" and will fly tho Irish flag.
Cheater Doylo bus provided tlio
tho flag and tho bottle of wutor for
the christening aud will bo tho
chief celebrant at tho ceremony.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and ueultlirulners. Assures tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Kotal Uakino Pow
der Co , New Yoiik.
Tho construction is upon tho
most advanced principles of the
Art of Piano manufacture; and no
pains orexpenso havo been spared
to not only solidly construct, but
to bo apply tho various parts that,
besides their wonderful singing or
tone-producing power, thoy 'would
stand well in tune and in all cli
mates. Tho qualities of these Pi
anos are Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great poiver, Singing or
tone - carrying capacity, Evenness
throughout the Scale, and Standing
The "iEolian" Pedal, or "tone
mufller," is intended for tho use
of beginners and students of the
Piano-Forte. By its use, one de
rives all the benefits of touch,
whilo doing away with tho noise
or monotonous tono produced in
the practiso of soales, chords or
chromatics, which is so annoyiug
to tho listener, and of no advan
tage to the performer. It also
saves tho hammers from unneces
sary wear, thoroby prolonging tho
life of tho instrument for many
We aro now offering these olo
gant Pianos on the most favorable
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate tho merits of tho
WaU, ichols Co
per s. s. "Australia.''
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
The Hrltisli RexlilentH of Honolulu
invite tlio General Public to 1 ilii with
them In cel-brutuitf, on WEDNES
DAY, June 23, the Sixtieth Anniver
sary of the Accession of their Sov
ereign. For tlilt purport, tin following pro
gramme li.w lei n arranged:
Ilegutta in the hat imr ut 8 a. m.
Tlianlssgivlurf Service In St. An
drew's Outhfdral ut 10 a. m.
Chlldreu'tt SporUatKuplolanl Park,
10 a. in. to 1 p. m.
Field Sports ut Kupiolunl Park at 1
P" '"' CLIVE DAVIE3,
Chairman of tlio Executive Com
Whether It pays to raise your own
chickens or not has been anopeu ques
tion among all who lmve attempted
to keep poultry at a profit.
Many people keep a few chlokens In
order to huve fresh eggs, fearing the
connequeucea of purchasing from the
The large percentage that die before
the brotlug age is readied discourages
many and causes them to abandon
the praotUe eutliely.
But like every trade or occupation
some are suoceBsful, aud make money
out of It. There Is a reason for this,
the remedy very simple, by Investing
50 cents in a bottle of DETROIT
IRON TONIC and DETROIT POUL-
(TRY POWDER you can likewise be
All successful poultry raisers ute It.
It makes the hens lay and produces
flesh. Cures Cholera, Roup, etc.
Nothing on the market like It.
The investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIO and
POULTRY POWDER has entirely
overcome the loss so many have suf
fered by the death of the fowls from
one came or another.
You need have no fears about raising
Hollister Drug Co.,
Genuine Rabbits Feet Charms!
THE LATEST FAD.
Each is tho Left Hind Foot of a Rabbit, killed in a country
graveyard at midnight, during tho dark of tho moon on Friday,
tho 13th of tho month, by a Cross-eyed, Loft-handed, Red-headed,
Bow-legged Negro riding a White Horse.
Parasols and Umbrellas
"Verv Latest from New York personally
selected bv Mr. Q-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 Blue.
Crepe Paper in Flags for Decorating.
Flag and Fancy Paper Napkins.
N From 0 to 30 feet in sizo.
MOITSY and LABOR SAVED
BY BUYING YOUR
MUSLIN UNUHE .WB4
all ready made from us. We have it specially manufactured
in San Francisco for our trado, and can guarantee evory
Ladies' Niqjlit Gowns for 50c.
This is a plain gown, woll mado and fnll size.
Ladies' JSTieht Gowns for Sl.OO.
This gown is extra good value, embroidery yoke, and doublo bcek
yoko and woll mado,
Ladies' Chemises 35c. or 3 for Sl.OO.
This garment is trimmed with linon luco, and can't bo duplicated
for that prico.
Ladies' Skirts for 50c.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizes. '
Ladies' Drawers for 50c. a pair-
Thoso ore a spociul bargain, trim mod with ombroidery and tuoks,
woll mado and good cotton.
Ladies' Corset Covers only GOc.
All sizes, perfect fitting at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : .Honolulu.
T ? WS VVSEIECTED PACKED I ti VtRYlAKO'ia k!
m.lT'1 5 IfTalnM 2i-i-o2y r.TIMom contain mode 1
Our work ia hotter and our
pricos are lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyone else's.
We are not making much at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
you have anything in this lino to
be done see our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, nomelike Place, here Trained
Nnrbos, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. 8. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Evening Bulletin. 76e per month.