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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 01, 1897, Page 5, Image 5',
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Co. A will
have drill this even-
W. H. Sallmon leavcB on the
'Haripoaa for Sydney.
Butler, tho Australian murderer,
was found guilty on Juno 16.
Dr. A. B. Garter and family
came down on tho Mariposa.
The Board of Education meet
. ing is postponed till tomorrow.
James I. Dowsott issues a notico
regarding the Honolulu Dairy.
Commissioner of Agriculture
Joseph Marsden is home again.
Oahu Lodge, K. of P., meets to
night with work iu the thiid ruuk.
Latest mail nows is distributed
inside and outside of this paper.
A cottage orr King, near Liliha
street is to let by A. V. Gear &
The yaoht race arranged for
Jubilee day has been declared
Dr. M. E. Grossman was oue
of the passengers by the Mariposa
, There was only one name on
the police court calendar today, a
Stewart L. Woodford of New
York has accepted tho post of
Minister to Spam.
Thn graduating exercises of the
Kamehameha Manual schools
' take place tonight.
Robert Lewers, of the firm of
Lewors fe Cooke, returned by this
Mr. Woodward of Kamehameha
School went in the Australia for a
visit to friends East.
Mosqnito proof furnished rooms
are to let ut the old Tregloun
, place, Beretania street.
The Japanese training ship
Hiyei arrived at Sau Fraucisco
from Seattle on June 22.
The Committee on Fireworks
for Saturday evening will meet at
the drill shod this evening at
A new and varied assortment of
furnituro has arrived for H. H.
Williams, corner Beretania and
jy harness and other articles in
faelr line are displayed by Chis
holm & Coughlin iu their adver
Musio for danoing will be pro
vided at the Myrtle boat house on
Saturday evening during and aftor
Dr. 0. B. Cooper and wife ar
rived on the Mariposa this morn
ing. Many friends were at tho
wharf to greet them.
' Leo Cbu, president and man
ager of the Oahu Building and
Lumber Company, has returned
from his trip to tho Coast.
. During the temporary absence
of tho Portuguese Consul-General
Ernest Hutchison will attend to
the duties of the consulate.
Members of the Healani Boat
Club and their lady friends will
view the water carnival Saturday
evening from the clubhouse.
Residents of Ealihi are signing
a petition to tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. to extend . its line to
the Hawaiian Fertilizer Works.
Jfi nothing happens in the mean
time to Drevent tuem, tue post
poned Jubilee bicycle races will
be run oil on Saturday afternoon.
Stewart L. Woodfprd, tho new
Minister to Spain from the United
States, is like enough to John
Phillips of this city to bo bis twin
Among the arrivals this morn
ing were A. D. and F. F. Bald
win, eons of 8onator H. P. Bald
win, and Thomas Ena, who are
home for their holidays.
J. W. Smith, tho Waiawa
teacher,' left in -the Australia to
spond Iuh vnoation hustling for
markets for fruit and other pro
ducts of tho Poarl City Fruit Co.
Judge Carter "has cited G. Fro
boese to appear and show causo
why he bIiouIu not bo punished for
contempt of court for disobeying
tho ordor to pay $50 counsel fees
in tho divorce suit against him.
Large delegations from the Ka
mehameha schools wero down at
the wharf to bid farowoll to Miss
Pope and othor teachers who left
on tho Australia yestorday for
their vacation. The school band
played ft selection and tho girls
AlOlia UU 11B luu ti.-ooi.-i tUH
LORRIN THURSTON WRITES
cirv oi' rtviciNG m:iAi.Ni:o
Sniteriiitendimt Ollflllau nreaka the
Mcurd In DitclmrsluK and Gout-
luff the Ills Liner.
Among tho letters received in
this city by the Mariposa was one
from L. A. Thurston, written on
the 20th. Mr. Thurston speaks
encouragingly of the prospects of
the annexation treaty coming up
before the rpaular session and
gives the names of 57 Senators
who may be relied ou to vote for
it, 16 who are doubtful and 16
opposed to annexation. He also
makes muoh of tho fact that the
New York Herald has come out
strongly for annexation.
Probably the very latest dis
patch received from Washington
18 one from L. A. Thurston to
Weloh & Co. of San Francisco, re
ceived just before tho Mariposa
left. It is dated June 21 and reads
"Radical action by Japan in Ho
nolulu may force immediate con
sideration of the Treaty. Other
wise indications are that it will go
over to Docombor.
" ' assures mo he has no
doubt tho exemption clauso will
be retained. Ho is giving it his
personal and watchful considera
"John D. and Oxnard still at
work but wo havo overy reason to
Tho expectation of receiving
importaut dispatches by the Mari
posa led tho Government to ar
range for the City of Peking to be
held over so that immediate an
swers could be sent, as there is no
regular mail for eighteen days. It
was finally agreed that the big
steamer should wait nntil 9 o'clock
this morning for a compensation
of $1000, but it wsb an hour later
beforo all the dispatches were
ready and the vessel got away.
Superintendent Gilfillan of the
Pacific Mail dock. is entitled to
great praiso for tho celerity with
which be unloaded and coaled the
Peking. Between 7 o'clock on
Tuesday evening and the same
hour of the following day 1710
tons of miscellaneous cargo was
taken from her capacious hold
and her bunkers were filled with
coal enough to last her to San
Francisco and three days longer.
Altogether J 60 mon worked 24
hours without cessation except for
meals in unloading and coaling
the Peking, and sho could have
sailed on timo laBt night if sho
had not been detained for the
Mariposa's arrival. When orders
wero given to hold her till this
morning an extra day's allowance
of coal was put on board, which
she will use in trying to make up
the time lost in waiting.
Hearing at tho June Term-Composition
Before Justices Frear and
Whiting and S. M. Ballou, a
member of the Bar:
J. F. Colburn vb. O. W. Spitz.
Exceptions from First Circuit
Court. Creighton for plaintiff ap
pellant; Robertson for dofendant.
Argued and submitted.
Bankruptcy of Maria Lovinho.
Appeal from Circuit Judge First
Circuit. Creighton and Robert
son for petitioners-appellant;
Dickey for respondent. Argued
Before Justices Frear and
Whiting and A. Rosa, a mombor
of the Bar:
M. de Souza vs. M. Smith ot al.
Exceptions from First Circuit
Court. Correa for plaintiff-ap-pellaut;
Neumann for defendants.
Argued and submitted.
Dimond vs. Macfarlane. Appeal
from Circuit Judge First Circuit.
Humphreys & Macdonald for
plaiutilf - appollaut; Kinney &
Ballou for defendant. Argued and
William Haywood presontod
his exequatur as Consul Goneral
of tho United 8tates to tho Minis
ter of Foroign Aifairs this morn
ing. Ellis .Mills, tho retiring
Consul General, presented Mr.
Celebrated for tt irreat IcaTcnlng strength
ami liualthfulneis AMiires tlie food against
alum und all form" nf adulteration common
id Hie i-liLap brand. Hoial Bakino Pow
der Co , New Tonic.
T1IK ANNEXATION TREITV.
Continued from 1st Page.
States nor to any existing treaty
of the United States, shall remain
in force until the Congress of the
United States shall otherwise de
termine. Until legislation shall
be enacted extending the United
States' customs laws and regula
tions to the Hawaiian islands, the
existing customs relations of the
Hawaiian islands with the United
States and other countries shall
Article i Tho publio debt of
the ropubiic of Hawaii, .lawfully
existing ut tho duto of the ratill
o.ition of this treaty, including
tho amount due to depositors in
the Hawaiian Postal Suvincs
Bank, is hereby ussumed by the
Government of thn United States,
but the liability of the United
States in this regmd shall in no
case exceed $4,000,000. So long,
however, as the existing Govern
ment and tho proont commercial
relations of the Hawaiian islands
aro continued, as hereinbefore
provided, said Government shall
continue to pay the interest on
Article G There shall be no
further immigration of Chinese
into the Hawaiian Hluncia, except
upou bucIi coiiditiuns us art now
or may hereafter be allowed by
the laws of the United States, and
no Chinese, by reason of any
thing herein contained, shall be
allowed to euter the Unitod States
from tho Hawaiian islnuds.
Artiule G Tho Proaidunf. shall
appoint five commissioners, ut
least two of whom shall bo resi
dents of tho Hawaiian islands,
who shall, ns soon hb reasonably
practicable, xjoommond to Con
gress suoli legislation concerning
the Territory of Hawaii as they
shall deem necessary r proper.
Article 7 This treoty shall bo
ratified by the President of tho
United States, by and with tho
advice and consent of tho Sonato,
on tho one part, and by the Pro
sident of the republic of Hawaii,
with the consent and advico of
tho Sonato, iu accordance with tho
Constitution of the said republic,
ou the other, and the ratification
hereof shall be exchanged at
Washington as soon as possible.
In witness whereof tho respec
tive plenipotentiaries havo signed
tho above articles and have here
unto affixed their seals.
Done in duplicate at thn city of
Washington this sixteenth day of
June, one thousand eight hundred
Franoib March Hatch,
LoimiN A. Thurston,
William A. Kinney.
A Ilcceul Guest.
In its notices of distinguished
arrivals, the Han Francisco Ex
aminer of June 18 has this item:
"L.V.Redpath.a capitalist of Los
Angeles, returned yesterday from
a cruise among the South Sea Isl
ands. Ho is at the California."
His cruise was of tho privateer
ing kind, broken by compulsory
labor on tho Honolulu roads.
NoTeltle at Jordan'.
During his recont visit to Now
York Mr. Qub Murphy solocted a
very largo stock of parasols and
umbrellas for tho storo of E.
Jordan. Theso are now on salo
and nro said to bo superior to
anything of tho kind iu tho city.
At tho same etoro will bo found
novelties in laco andbioyclopins,
rabbit's feet charms, cropo papor
for decorating purposes, papor
firo balloons, English and Ameri
can flics in silk, muslin and bun-
Whether It pays to raln your own
chickens or not bus been an open ques
tion among all who have attempted
to keep poultry at a profit.
Many people keep a tew chickens In
order to hove fresh eggs, feariug the
couMKjueuces of purchasing from the
Tho'large perceutage that die before
the broiling age is reached discourages
many and csuies them to abandon
the practise entiicly.
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
50 rents in a bottle of DETROIT
IRON TONIC and DETROIT POUL
TRY POWDER you can likewise be
All successful foultry raisers use it.
It makes the nous lay aud produces
flesh. Cures Cholera, Roup, etc.
Nothing ou the market like it.
The investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIO and
POULTRY POWDER has entirely
overcome the loss co many have suf
fered tiy the death of the fowls from
one cause or another.
You need have no fears about raising
Hollister Drug Go.,
Notes for Our
These receive our most care
ful attention at all times, but
now tno warm weacner is up
on us, our facilities for the
prompt shipment of fresh gro
ceries our careful packing
will explain why wo increase
year by year this class of
trade. Plcaso note (by a com
parison of quality with any
prico list in your vicinity) our
extremely moderate prices. Wo
maintain uniform high-grade
We shall bo pleased to make
estimates tor any number
our patrons who may pur
pose taking a cottage by the
sea, or camping. If you will
state how many in tho party
and number of days or weoks
for your outing, we will quote
on anything from tho bath
soap in tho morning to tho
aftor dinner cigar. Whorover
you may bo rusticating wo
can serve you with the samo
attention as if you were at
homo in tho city. Wo servo
you tho year round it's our
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Ill FORT STREET.
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NOTARY PUBLIC and. TYPEWRITER
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Ladies' Night Gowns for 50c.
This is a pliiu gown, well mudo und full size.
Ladies' Night Gowns for 81.00.
This gown is extra good vuluo, embroidery yoke, and doublo back
yoke und well, mudo,
Ladies' Chemises 3oc. or 3 for Sl.OO.
This gurmont is trimmed with linon laco, and can't bo duplicated
for thut prico.
Ladies' Skirts for 50c.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizes.
Ladies' Drawers for 50c. a pair.
Those are a spocinl bargain, trimmed with omhroidery in 1 tucks,
well made and good cotton,
Ladies' Corset Covers only GOc.
All sizes, perfect fitting at
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520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
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BkmMsZ)Z!i 0NCE USED
M7 ALWAYS USED
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Tho coustructiou is upou the
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Art of Fiauo manufacture; aud no
Daius or oxDousd havo been spared
to not oniy soiuuy cousiruui, uui
to so apply the various parts that,
besidos thoir wonderful singing or
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anos aro Durability, Sircetn'ss of
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tone - currying capacity, Keenness
throughout the Scale, and Standing
Tho "JEolian" Pedal, or "tono-
mufller," is intended for tho use
of beginners and studeuts of tho
Piano-Forte. By its use, ono de
rives all the benefits of touch,
while doing away with tho noise
or monotonous tone produced in
the practise of scales, chords or
chromatics, whioh is so annoying
to tho listener, and of no advan-
taco to tho performer. It also
saves the hammers from unneces
sary wear, thoroby prolonging the
life of tho instrument for many
Wo ore now offonug theso ole
gont Pianos ou the most favorable
terms. 1'arties contcmpinung pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate tho meiits of tho
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, llouieliko I'I.ipo, where Trained
Names, Mhhhhri, "Swe.tisli Movomont,"
BathH, Electricity and Physical Training
may bu obtained.
1'. 8. KELLOOQ, M. V.,
Tolenhone C39. tfnperintourtent.
Evening Bulletin 75c ?.tr month.
,ncl. LABOR SAVED
Will StanaEfiSeason '.
....AT THE. .'.Aigk
- $35 00
Kamehameha -:- Manual
THUK3DAY, JULY 1, at 8 l. M.,
to the GYMNASIUM.
3?ublic Invited -t
047 2t ,
Notice is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect ail nccountsvowirig
tho Honolulu Dairy, and all
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present the same at
once at the office of James I.
Dowsott, Queen street.
JA.MES I. DOWSETT.
Attention, Company A.
Armoky CoMrANY A., N. Q. II., 1
IIokolulu, July I, 1897.)
Every Member of this Command fat
hereby ordered to report at the DriM
Bhed TI1IS (Thursday) EVENING,
July 1, at 7:30 o'clock, for
Foot of Punchbowl Street
0171 JULY 3, 1807. 3t
Historical Society Notice.
Ttio Hawaiian Historical Society
will hold u meollnv ut the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, on FHtDAY EVENING, July
2, nt 7 :30 o'clock, at which papers of
interest will be read. Tho publio Is
cordially invited to uttund. 617-3t
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents