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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 26, 1897, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNK 20 187.
LOCAL AND OENERAL,
Cnrpontnr mid Iioiibo huwh from
25c. up ntHlurddvniil'fi.
Thoro will bo nn bicycle racca
toilny on account ot thu rain.
Minister Sowrtll will occupy tho
FoRoock proruiHCs at Waikiki,
People, rb a rule, hoar botlor
with their riyht than with their
Tho preaout rain storm iiiHurca
Sood weather for tho Fourth of
ltov. J. M. Monroo will preach
ntboth sorvicoH at tho Chriutiau
The Fourth of July parado
will start at 0 o'clock in tho
morning of tho Gth.
Today's rnin will bo of incalcu
lable benefit to the whole island.
It was sadly needed.
I J Wray Taylor is alroady making
preparations for tho coming elec
tion. It will soon bo bore.
Thoro will bo no boat races on
tho Fourth on account of tho
proximity of Regatta day in Sep
tember. The program for the band oon
oert at Makeo Island tomorrow
afternoon will bo found in another
J. M. Wobb will fix you all
right for decorations on the
Fourth, which comes on tho Fifth
Win. Walsh, who has been here
sevoral weeks in thoiutorostof tho
San Francisco Bulletin, loaves in
the Australia. ,
Tho Princo of Wales possesses
the most curious paperweight in
tho world. It is tho hand of an
Subscriptions to tho Fourth of
July celebration have amounted
to somo $3000 but moro can bo
used to advantage
Tho people on tho Naniwa
cleared their decks for action a
few days since and then hung out
tho week's washing.
Tho Duke of Fifo keeps twelve
suits going at tho sumo time, and
never wears tho same olothes
twice in the same week.
There was a good attendance at
the meeting of the General Com
mittee of Arrangements for the
Fourth of July last evening.
Tho following officers of Com
pany D wore olected last evening:
Captain Bergstrom, First Lieuten
ant Crane and Second Lieutenant
Tho serai-annual meeting of the
Ladios' Portuguese Gharitablo As
sociation will bo held in Y. M. C.
A. hall Monday, June 28, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Notice is givon by tho leading
dairies that on and after July 1 all
milk will bo dolivored from tho
dopot of tho Dairymen's Associa
If the gentleman who sont in a
communication regarding tho ball
givon by Commissioner Hawes
will call and sign his name thereto
it will be published.
The reason the Hawaiian Cyole
& ' Manufacturing Co. do the big
geBt renting business in bicycles
is because they havo the best
wheels in the oity in their
At the morning service of the
Methodist church tomorrow there
will be special services for the
Sunday school. In tbe evening
the pastor will discourse on
In the police court this morn
ing Otaka Isogo and Kudo
Woshihiko, the Naniwa Bailors
charged with assault and battory
on MisB Lilly WeBt, were arraign
ed and their trial set for June 28.
Mr. W. H. Sallmon will deliver
an address to young men at the
Young Mon's Christian Associa
tion Hall on Sunday afternoon at
i o'clook. This mooting takos tho
place of tho usual 0:30 p. m. ser
vices. When a suspicious - looking
porson approaches ono of tho
tellors in- tho Bank of France, a
privato signal is given to a con
coaled photographer, and in a fow
seconds the suspected individual
is secretly photographed.
Tho crew of tho Philadelphia
bad "quarters" drill yesterday
morning and no one came ashore
till after dinner. Tho ship was
prepared for action, every man at
his post, shot and shell passed
up om deck and all tho usual pre
parations for a conflict gone
The ynoht rnco did nol tako ,
plnro today. I
A hack iri In bo sold by Mar
shal's sain uii Moudny, July 2(5.
Tho ball garuo will como off at
3:30, no inattor what the weather.
Inspector Goncral Townsend
roturned from Hawaii on tho Ki
nau. Tho Bcalo of pricos of tho Cali
fornia restaurant appears olto
whoro. Kamaunu wrb fined a dollar by
Judge Wilcox this morning for
Next wook will bo tho last of tho
AuiiuatoHcopo exhibition in tho
E. It. Hendry, reprosouting E.
O. Hall it Sons, haa returned from
a business trip to Hawaii.
A nativo wrb arrosted this
morning for threatening to do
bodily injury to his wife.
The Hawaii Herald Bays
Princess Kaiulani expects to re
turn to the island by October Id
Jas. F. Morgan will sell tho fur
niture in the bouso of E. E. Moss
man, Boretania street, at 10 a. m.
James A. Martin of Hilo has
tho- thanks ot tho Bulletin for
programs of the Jubilee celebra
tion in that city.
Mrs. Victoria S. Ellis, adminis
tratrix of the entato of Nancy S.
Ellis, deceased, publishes a notice
to creditors in this issuo.
Superintendent Brown says no
rain fell atLuakaha this morning,
consequently there is no more
water than usual in tho reser
voirs. A heavy ebowor of rain fell at
Eapiolaui park on Thursday even
ing, tho fall being 65-100ths of an
Inch. A heavy rain was reported
from Ewa district yesterday after
noon. A prisoner in a striped tennis
suit on horseback riding around
the country at largo is one of the
Bights of Hamakua district, ac
cording to the Hawaii Herald.
The Executive Committee of
the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubi
lee Celebiation will hold a meet
ing at tbe Hawaiian hotel, on
Monday, the 28th inst., at 7:30 p.
m., to receive full reports and bills
It is'fourteon years since Ha
waii had a spell of woathor simi
lar to that of this week. The rain
fall so far for this city is kindly
furnished by Frank Brown as .11
of an iuch up to G a. m. today.
From that hour to noon tho esti
mate is .25 moro.
The eight weeks continued
drought at Hamakua is beginning
to result in disastrous fires. On
Monday night 30 acres of cane
were burnt at Paauhau; Monday
night 30 acres at Kukaiau, and
200 acres of grass laud belonging
to tho Parker estate. Hawaii
Love Building, Fort Street.
Many visitors exclaim, "I had no
Idea it's tie good as it Ib," and Invari
ably return with tbelr families.
We throw life size animated pic
tures on a 12-foot screen, these are
both humorous and Interesting, and
Include an exhibition of scientlflo
boxing by James J. Corbett.
Admission 25c, Children 10c.
Open from 1 till 11 p. m.
ilrendt.JBffrEss & Co.,
Klut Street, near Alakca.
Board per Week $4.60
Single Meal , 2So
Tea. CoiThp, Chorolato and Cake., ,10a
Tee Cream and Cake 15o
t0T Largest and Coolest Dining
Room In tbe city. Open evenlugs.
Celebrated for Its emit leavening fttrcnctli
and liciiltliCulMO'S. Aiires the food against
alum mill nil fuim of ndnlternlloii common
to tlio ilieai brands. UoYAl. Hakinu Tow
heu Co , New York.
The construction is upon the
most advanced principles of the
Art of Piano manufacture; and no
pains or expouHe have been sparod
to not only bolidly coustruct, but
to so apply tho various parts that,
besides their wonderful singing or
tone-producing power, they would
stand well in tune and iu all cli
mates. Tho qualities of theso Pi
anos aro Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great power, Singing, or
tone - carrying capacity, Evenness
throughout the Scale, and Standing
The "iEoliau" Pedal, or "lono
mufllor," is intended for the ubo
of beginners and students of the
Piano-Forlo. By its use, ono de
rives all tho benefits of touch,
while doing away with the noise
or monotonous tono producod iu
tho practise of scales, chords or
chromatics, which is so annoying
to the listeuor, and of no advan
tage to tho porformor. It also
saves tho hammers from unneces
sary wear, thoroby prolonging tho
lifo of tho instruraout for many
Wo are now offering thoHO ele
gant Pianos on tho most favorable
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate the morits of tho
Commissioner's Salo of Valuable
Lands situate in Xipahulu, Dis
trict of Hana, Island of Maul.
l'uniuant to uu order uudo by llou A.
W. Carter, First Jndge of the Circuit
Court ot tbe First Judicial Circuit, filed
tbe 10th dayot Juno, 1897, In a canso en
titled Julia Colburn and husband versus
A. Noah Kepolkai and others, the under
signed will f 11 at pnblio auction, ou MON
DAY the 10th day of JULY, 1897, at 12
o'clook noon, at tho mauku entrance to tho
Judiciary Building, all and xiiigular the
following described lands situate ua afore
1. An undivided ono-elglitlt Interest in
the lands at KukuinU, said interest aggro
eating about 57 acres more or less, and
being ortlous ot lands described in II, 1'.
Urauts No, li)02ancl Ko. i!uun.
2. Apauas 3 and 4 of L O. A. 4003 at
Halemano, containing 7.30 acres more or
3.' It. T. Grant 2795 nt Kolena, contain
ing 55.76 acres more or less.
4, L.O. A. 4510b at said Kalena, con
taining 5 08 seroH moro or less.
These lands aro, or have been, under
cane cultivation. Dcods nt oxponse of pur
chaser)!. Terms cash in U. 8. Gold. For
furthor particulars apply to
Commissioner, at the Judiciary Iiullding.
Oahu Sugar Company.
Notice is bereby given to (Share
holders iu tbe Oahu Sugar Company,
tbat tbelr Certificates of Stock are
now ready fnr delivery at the Olllne
of II. Haokfeld &, Co., against pay
ment of stamp duty.
J. F. HACKKELD.
lG13 3t Treasurer.
Whether It pays to raise your own
oblckcus or not has been an open ques
tion among all wbn have attempted
to keep poultry at a prollt.
Many people keep a few chickens In
order to have fresh eggs, fearing tbe
consequences of purchasing from the
The large percentage tbat die before
tbe broiling age is reached discourages
many and causes" them to abandon
the practise eutiioly.
But like every trade or occupation
some aro successful, and make money
out of it. Tbere is a reason for this,
the remedy very simple, by Investing
50 cents in a bottle of DETROIT
IKON TONIC and DETROIT POUL
TRY POWDER you cau likewise bo
All successful poultry raisere ubo It.
It makes tbe hens lay and produces
flesh. Cures Cholera, Roup, etc.
Nothing on tbe market like It.
Tbe investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIC and
POULTRY POWDER lias eutlrely
overcome tbe loss so many have suf
fered by the deatb of the fowls from
one cause or another.
You need have no fears about raising
Hollister Drug Co.,
Genuine Rabbits Feet Charms!
Each is tho Left Hind Foot of a Rabbit, killed in a country
gravoyard nt midnight, during the 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 2STew York personally
selected bv Mr. Ghis MurDhy.
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.
Paper :Fi:r Balloons
H0N2Y and LABOR SAVED
UY 11UYIKG YOUR
wmsm wmmmm wias
all ready mndo from us. Wo havo it spocially manufactured
in Bin Francisco for our trado, and can guar.mtoo evory
Hiadios' Night -Gowns for uOc.
This is a pl.un gown, well mndo and full size.
Ladies' Night Gowns for Sl.OO.
This gown is extra good valuo, embroidery yoko, and doublo back
yoko and woll mndo,
Ladies' Chemises 30c. or 3 for Sl.OO.
This gnrmont is trimmed with linon laco, and can't bo duplicated
for that prico,
Ladies' Skirts for GOe.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizes.
Ladies' Drawers for 50c. a pnir-
Thoso are a spocial bargain, trimmed with embroidery nnd tucks,
well made and good ootton.
Ladies' Corset Covers only GOc.
All sizes, porfeot fitting at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroet, : : .Honolulu.
E Jf$ 0ff3 5PECIALCy FOR OUAWtoJft
I 5"aaeiVi4l will pr?fe their rrenr. " T ll
Our work" is better and our
prices are lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyono else's.
We are not making much at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
you have anything in this line to
bo dono boo our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel street.
TEDS LATEST J?AD.
From 6 to 30 feet in size.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Eleotricitir and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Evening Bulletin- 75t per month,
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