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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 2G, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Makes pure blood, strengthens
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tite, removes that tired feeling,
and makoa life worth living.
Thousands of people have testi
fied to the healing virtue of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Their let
tors como in every post. There's
no attempt at theory. They nil
assert tho croat fact, "Ayer's
Sarsaparilla cured mo."
Weak, Weary Women
who have been bed ridden,
vexed with a scrofulous taint,
emaciated, affiiotod vith dis
eases common to their sex,
writo gratefully of a perfect
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their oxperienco, and become
healthy and strong, take tho
great strength giver and blood
BxwABii of ImtUtloni. Th ume Ayer'a
Btriii(rllln la prominent on tho wrapper
tad blowu la the glu ol each boltlt.
AYERS PILLS, SUGAR-COATEO, EASY TOTAKE
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agouti) (or tho Ropublio ot Hawaii.
have now marked down
all their goods and invito
New goods by every
Old goods below, cash
Von Holt Block, King Street,
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Btreot.
1 Surrey in fiuo order; prico $200.
Uouao and Lot, 75x165 ft., on No. 71
Young strcotj parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
, dining-room, etc. . .
Lot on Wilder avenrte 100x300 ft., fenced.
IIoubo on Beretnnia Btreot, near Filkol
itreot; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
rtom and an empty lot to koep a horse.
(Architect and Superintendent
K&, Office: 305 Fort street,
Spreckels' Block, Room 5.
BRITISH LEGATION BALL
cax nnnoirn jorilrr fktb
BY n. B.M.'SCOJIMISHIOJir.ll.
nntt(nl rerrllnii nnd ftunintu.
Lint of GiicnU.
Her Britannic Mnj"Hty'n Com
missioner and Consul General,
Oiiotain A. G. S. HaweS, waB the.
author of a grand wiodup to the
creditable series of both solemn
and joyous recognitions of the six
tieth anniversary of the accession
to the throne of the British Em
pire of Her Gracious Majesty,
Commissioner Hair" hopn a
grand ball, given at tho Legation
iu Falama loBt night, as his offi
cial contribution to the festivities
of the unexampled ocension. His
arrangements wore perfect and
the event was carried nut with tho
utmost measure of effectiveness.
The hour was 8:30 o'clock
yesterday evening and at the
moment the reception open
cd thorn ensupd ouu of tho
most brilliant dress promenades
ever seen in Honolulu. What with
tho careful and rich toilets of the
ladies, the gay uniforms of the
navies of two creat maritime Dow
ers, and the decorous evening ap
parel of civilian gentlemen, it was
a spectacular procession long to
be remembered, whose individuals
paid their reverence to the vener
ablo first lady of tho earth through
the person of her representative.
Tuoro wero decorations of tho
residence too extensive for minute
mention. Flags in hundreds,
festoons of vines over dozenB of
portals, flowers in artistic compo
sition and arrangement every
where. Let imagination do the
rest, with but one or two excep
tions. There stood in tho library,
where the grand promenade of
guests began, a magnificent
floral creation. It. was in
tho form of a colossal crown
made of a great variety of flowers,
ferns and vines, constructed too
with artistio taste by native Ha
waiiana at the suggestion of ex
Queen Liliuokalani. Over the
door of the principal banqueting
room was a diamond dosicn in
delicate network, lit up with elec
tric lamps and bearing in flowers
tho significant let-end "'37 and
'97." Then the limits of space
must also be transgressed to
mention a vast cluster of mari
golds on the chief hospitable
Several rooms were devoted to
the supper, that wbb announood
about midnight. In the main
banqueting hall were long tables
burdened with choice viands, and
iu adjacent apartments woro
many tables laid for small
sociable parties. Chronio wall
flowers of the masculine gender
had a suite of rooms and long
veranda sot apart for smoking
and friendly games of cards.
Thore wero three conuooted apart
meats devoted to ballroom pur
poses, in the main ono an efficient
Hawaiian orchestra being station
od. Commissioner HaweB was as
sisted graciously in receiving tho
Kuosts by Mrs. T. Rain Walker,
MissGay and Mrs Robinson of
Kauai. It was notwithstanding tho
magnitude of scale an "at homo"
in tho finest senso of tho phrase.
Below is the invitation list al
phabetically arranged, and most
of the peoplo named wore presont.
Others woro doubtless iu sympa
thetic attondanco and sorry for
unavoidable bodily absence:
Mr and Mrs W O Atwator, Mr
Akiyama, Mr and Mrs A T Atkin
son, tho Misses Atkinson, Mrs
and tho Misses Afong, Judgo and
Mrs Atkins, A Adams.
Mr and Mrs J H Boyd, Mar
shal A M Brown, Mr and Mrs
Fortor Boyd, Hear Admiral
Beardsloo, USN, and Btaff, Mrs
Beardsloo, Captain Book and
officers of U S S Marion, Godfrey
Brown, Mr and Mrs F Brown,
Mib Bergor, Mr and Mrs G E
Boardman, Miss A Bortolmann,
llov L Byrde, Mr and Mrs Berg,
Mr and Mrs O G Ballentyne, Mr
Braacb, Mr and Mrs E F Bishop.
Minister and Mrs H E Coopor,
Senhor Ado S Cauavarro, Portu
guese Charge d'Affaires, Mr and
Mrs Bruce Gartwright, Capt Cot
ton and officers U 8 8 Philadel
phia, Mr ami Mrs J O Carter, tho
Missos Carter, J O Carter Jr, Mr
and Miss Cornwell, Mrs Henry
Carter and Miss Carter, Mr and
Mtb C Conradt, Mr and Mrs
Cropp, Mr and Mrs It Catton, Mr
and Airs J C Cook, Dr and Mrs
President and Mrs Dole, 8 M
Damon, Mr and Miss Danford,
Clive Davies, Mis R DowBott, Mr
and Mrs du Roi, Mr and Mrs
Dowsett, Edward Dowsott, David
Dowsott, E P Dole, Mr and Mrs
B F Dillingham. i
Mr and Mrs Ewort, Mr and
Mrs Eldrodge, Miss Eldredge.
CohbuI nnd Mrs Hermann
Focko, Mr Furuya, Capt and Mrs
Fuller, Miss Fuller.
Mr and Mibs Guy, Mr aud Mrs
Gay, Mr and Mrs Gillard, Mrs
Green well, Miss Green well, F
Greenwoll, W Green well.
Consul and Mrs J F Hackfold,
Consul and Mrs JuliusHotiug, Sir
Bobert and Lndy Herrun, Miss
von Kolt, Mr aud Mis H von
Holt, Judgo aud Mrs Hurt, Alms
Hart, Dr and Mrs Geo Herbert,
Mr and Mrs Bobert Halstoad, Mr
and Mrs K B Halstpad, Mr and
Mrs F Halstead, Mr and Mrs J A
Hassiugor, Mr Humberg, Oscar
Herold, Mr and Mr Melnncthon
Hurd, Miss Hurd, Lionel Hnrt,
Miss Heslop, Mr and Mrs A M
Hewett, Mr and Mrs W W Hall,
Mr and Mrs Herbert, Judge Hart
well and tho Misses Hartwell, Mr
and Mrs Hay ward.
Mr and Mrs Piorre Jones, Mr
and Mrs James, Miss Judd, A
Minister aud Mrs J
I Tf I
Capt Kurooka and officers H I J
M's Naniwa, Ilev and Mrs V H
.Kiluat, Consul Gou Kim, Prinoo
David Kawananakoa, Prince Jonah
Kalanianaole, H M the Queen
Dowager Kapiolaui, Mr and Mrs
Rev Father Leonor, the Misses
Lamb, Mr and Mrs W Lanz, tho
Misses L (idd, Mr and Mrs Logan,
the Misses Low, J Low, Mr Lath
rop. Mrs A Mackintosh, A St M
Mackintosh, Mr and Mrs Ellis
Mills, Dr McKibbin, Mrs Makee,
J M Monsarrat, Mr and Mrs
Julian MonBarrat, Dr and Mrs
Monsarrat, M D Monsarrat, Dr
and Mrs Miner, Consul and Mrs
F W Macfarlane, Dr and Mrs
McGrow, Mrs Mist, Mr and
Mrs May, thoMisses May,Dr Mur
ray, Mr Mclutyre, Dr and Mrs
Maxwell, Dr and Mrs Myors, Mr
and MrBO Macfarlauo,H W M and
H Mist, Mr and Mrs Maguire, Mr
and Mrs Miller, Dr and Mrs A
MoWayne, Mr and Mrs Meier,
Consul and Mrs H R Macfarlano,
Lioutand Mrs McLomoro, Mr and
Mr and Mrs
P Neumann, Mrs
Miss Neumann, Mrs
Mr and Mrs Edmund
J Mort Oat, Postraastor Gener
al, and wife,Mr and Mrs Onoletto.
Major J II Potter, Mr and Mrs
Samuel Parkor, tho Misses
Consul and Mrs H Boujos, tho
Bight Bov Bishop Boport, Mr
and Mrs Jos W ltobortson, Mr
and Mrs BobiiiBon, Dr Boid, T It
Bobiuson, Miss Both.
H I J M's Minister Shiinaraura,
and membors Japanese Legation,
Attorney Genorul W O Smith
and Miss Ethel Smith, Col and
Mrs J H Sopor, H M Sowall, U S
Minister, and wifo, Mr and Mrs
W L Stanley, Mr Shanks, Mr and
MrB F M Swanzy, Dr and Mrs
Sloggott, Mr and Miss Sloggott,
Ed Stiles, T M Starkly, Prof M M
Scott, Rudolph Spreokols, Mr and
Mrs Geo Smithies,
Mr and Mrs E D Tonnoy, Mr
and Mrs Wray Taylor, Mr and
Mrs von Tompsky, Mr Takizawa.
Continued on 4th Page.
KILAUEA BREAKS LOOSE
TF.HRIFIC FXPLOMIOXS FOLLOWED
BV AM KRIll'riON,
Nevi-rnl Fountain Arc In Operntlnn
hiiiI the Luke I Already
SAO Vrvl Iterp.
By tho courtesy of Purser Beck
ley, tho Bulletin received tho
earliest news of a fresh eruption
of flu Kilauea volcano.
The following mossago was
telephoned by L'etor Loo to Geo.
O. Beckley at Mahukoua at 8 a. m.
Friday, June 25.
"Volcano 'Kilauea' broko out
lost night at 7:30 with terrific ex
plosions which wero folt 30 miles
away and almost immediately after
fire was fceoti by peoplo living
along the Kau coast. Several
fouutaius are in opoiation aud tho
lake continues to riso rapidly, and
is now about five hundred feet
deep and increasing in activity."
Several of the possoimers who
arrived on tho Kiuau wero inter
I viewed, this morning but no fnrlli
j or paitiouhue of tho now eruption
could be obtained.
TUB JAP IN IIKTTKB.
'Ilio Tiru HIlnjHiUfl- OhHrued Willi
AniiU mid ll.itlery.
Yosliida, tho Japanese who was
noarly killed on Wednesday1 by
one or more sailora, has taken a
sudden turn for the better aud is
now more than likely to recovor.
Ho was visited by tho Philadel
phia's surgeon yesterday and
again this morning.
At 7 nVlnck this morning
iJolective iiaHim went to see mm
. . . .
aud found Dr. JUori with uini.
The Jap was so much better that
ho was cousuiouB and able to talk,
while the doctor said he would
On this showing the twosailirs,
C. Walker aud
W Wood, wero
assault BUU tmtory
and brought before Judgo Wilcox,
who sot their trial for July zU, by
which timo it is expected tho in
jured man will bo well enough to
JTupim ImpiirllHB Caul
Although Japanodo coal has for
a time driven tho British aud
Australian coals from Shanghai,
Singapore and other markets, it
seetnB now, says the Chugai, that
owing to the rise of Japaneso coal
not only will it bo superseded by
British aud Australian coal, but
tho latter is about to bo imported
ii,1to Japan. It is said that a
cortaih Japauose coal dealer lately
wrote to a merchant in Sydney,
asking tho prico of superior cooi
f. o. b. at that part, and found that
ho could cet it at eight shillings
per ton, while thot of ordinary
grade was seven shillings. It ap
pears that tho Nippon Yusou
Koisha has now arranged to im
port coal from Sydney to Hong
kong, whero it will bo stored for
tho uso of tho company's ves-o'q.
Why peoplo como long distances
to buy at tho Palama Grocory.
Reason No. 1 Bocauso ono cus
tomer tolls auothor how much
thoy saved by doaling ot this live
and lot livo establishment. Rea
sou No. 2 Because tho saving
from thoir grocory bill holps them
to pay thoir houso rout. If you
don't bolievo what our customers
say, ju8t givo us a call and bo con
vince. HAnnv Cannon,
Palama Grocory, OppoBito Bail
Tel. 755,overy timo. Goods de
livered. m i
Vlual Itatlllcatlou Kxclimiiji'd.
Washington, D. 0., Juno 1-1.
The final ratification of tho
boundary troaty botweon Groat
Britain and Venezuela was ox
chouged at the Stato Dopartmout
at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
ROUND TIIK WORLD.
Jubilee Taur by
Times says that it has
arranged for tho publication of a
unique sories of articles in con
nection with the "Queen's Year."
It continues: "Mr. Frederick
Dolman, a distinguished journal
ist and litterateur, recently left
England on a tour of the world,
which is to have this distinctive
feature that from start to finish
he will bo either sailing under tho
British flag, or traveling on British
territory. ' Wo boliovo this to bo
the first tour of the Empire that
has been undertaken directly in
tho interests of the British news
paper press. Mr. Dolman's mis
sion is to describe the part which
the British colonies aro taking in
tho commemoration of tho Record
Reign; the public feeling prevail
ing iu these regions on various
Imperial questions; to interviow
representative men in the colonies
on tho conditions of life aud tho
progreRB of industrial and com
mercial enterprise therein; aud to
picture for British readers tho
more remarkablo of (ho many in
teresting scones through which ho
will pass. He sailed from South
ampton in tho' Tautallou Ciibtlo
on April 3 for the Capo. From
South Africa ho will voyage to
tho Australian colonies and Now
Zealand, and thence cross tho
Pacific to Vancouver, where ho
will take train on the Canadian
Pacific Railway for an extended
journey throuch tho Dominion."
Can Cure Contiiiuplloii.
At the Ontario Medical Associa
tion meeting in Toronto, Dr. N.A.
Powell read a paper on "Tho Cot
tage Sauitarium Treatment of Pul
monary Phthisis," in which be
strongly advocated the ereotion of
a sauitarium near largo cities for
the treatment of such oases. Ae
an example of this, ho cited tho
sanitarium of Dr. Trudo at Sara-
nao Lake, which turns out cureB
I of 20 per cent., and benefits of 70
twtr mint TTn nlun nilvnnnrnfl rinr
I feot rcat ju t10 opon Bir. 'xaj8
l.nlnrt tlinnatient tnnHflimilntaforicl
I bdu to Kiuu Birunuiii. xuu cui-
tagos should bo built to accommo-
I date four persons. In this con
f . . ii. mi. i
nection ho poiuted out the advan
tages of such au institution as tho
Muskoka Sanitarium, which will
bo opened next month. It was not
a place for hopeless cases to die,
but cases in au early stago to bo
nimnKiiKK. bdu.kr on trial.
lie I Oaiil, and Clnlm mat Captulu
Weller Committed Suicide.
Sydney, N. 8. W., Juue 14.
Frank Butlor, arrosted on tho
8wauhilda February .2 upon ar
rival at San Francisco and charg
ed with murdering several mon in
Australia, was placod on trial to
day to answer for tho killing of
Captain wollor. xuo prisoner
was cool and unconcornod. Tho
defense is that Wellor committed
Suiidny at Geiitrnl Union Cliureli,
Tho musical serviuo at Control
Union church tomorrow ovoniug
will bo as follows:
Proludo Violin and Organ. . . .
Mr. Yurudloy and Mr.Ingalls.
Anthem I Waited For the
Solo duet Mrs. Moutaguo Tur
ner aud Miss Halstoad; Chor
us Choir obligato.
Besponso God of tho Fathor-
Offortoiro Ruth ond Naomi..
MiBS Montoguo Turner.
Anthom O Como Lot Us Sing.
RcsponBO Evoning Shodowa..
Mr. A. B. lngalls.
THE NEWS OF LAHAINA
KNTEItrAINMRNT II Y TIUI 'THO
LIO llDKFI!SI)KVT NOIIIIKL,
Celebrnllmi nf Jillillir Dny-Vntuiilter
C'rcn li lii-r itii' Mull
Ollirr JSV lii'iil-.
What with Victoria's Jubilee,
school examinations and suhool
exhibitious our public lm lived a
fast life the week mnl.
Tuesday the 22ud beheld tho
varied entertainment by tho
Catholic Indopondont school, of
which Fathor Andrew is princi
pal, assisted by Miss Muggio
Dohorty aud Mr. Kaoc. Tho pro
gtam was unusually complete uud
was roudered with groat vim to a
Lahainaluna was nnfortunato in'
selecting Wednesday, the an
nounced day for the Queen's
celebration, for their exhibition
day, the audiouco was consequent
ly very small. It hns boeii sug
gested that the American faculty
might have graciously condescend
ed to join tho world iu doing
honor to thiB royal festival, ond
have observed tho proclaimed
Mr. H. Dickenson with his
corps of teachers, Mrs. T. J.
Haysolden, Mrs. RosecrauR, Miss
Hose and Mr. Kaluakini, conduct
ed tho public exercises of the
Government school in the usual
professional and excollent man
ner. Tho evoning ontortaiuraont
on Thursday boforo a pneked
audience deserves special men
tion. The Binging in particular
was equal to the best and has al
ways been one of the features of
On Tuosday Lahaina would
have gone without the foreign
mail by the Claudinn hod not a
volunteer crow, composed of post
master Haysolden, schoolmaster
Kaae, ranchers Reimann and
Devauohelle, with two others,
taken a shore boat and intercept
ed it. The officers had decided to
go on to ivauuiui, tearing tuat
tho surf was higher ob the buoy
light was not in ita placo, the
troublo boing cauBod by tho boat
boys preferring slumber to wake
fulness at 2 o'clock p. m. iu tho
Tho Queou's day was celebrated
by a grand shooting match by
membors of tho Oitizons' Guard, a
Boloct picnic excursion into tho
mountainous regions and a gath
ering of trueBritishers.in friendly
array at Kaanopali, a few miles
Miss Anna Rice ot Hanoi has
boon visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Kopke and now returns to her
homo on Kauai.
Uncertainties aud m Certnlnty.
Tho attention of tho public is
now fully occupied and divorted
in the considoratiou and discus
sion of several important current
and prospoctivo happonin'gs. An
noxatiou, as yot uusocuro, Bo
oiprocity threatoncd; tho coming
of tho Naniwa, aud her mibsion
uftor arrival; tho outcomo of tho
war between Groeco oud Turkey
and, vrhothor or no, all Europe
will ovontually becomo involved;
tho sottlomont of tho quarautino
squabblo aro all thomes of much
conjeotnro aud uncertainty, and
whilo opinions aro froely olfored,
nono can accurately forotoll tho
outcomo of any ot these unit lees.
Nevertheless, it is becoming moro
apparout, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoffbrau aro tho
favorite brows, ond it is gratify
ing that assuranco is given thot
regulor shipments of theso wholo
somo and strengthening bovor
ages can bo doponded upon, aud
that thay will, os horetofore, bo
disponBod at tho Royol, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
Wheels by tho day, wool: or
month ou re'apnuablo terms, nt tho
Pacific Cvcle Co., Fort btroot.