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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 'ill, 181)7.
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LOCAL,. AND GENERAL.
It'a umlor gnrtuaulH The Itiisli
is bilking nbout this time.
Tho UBiinl cricket practise will
ho hold on tho pnrndo ground
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Bolto mul Mrs.
Ii. Sulir loft for tho Const on tho
Tondcrs for constructing tho
now l'nli rond nrn to hn oiinnnd
ou Monday next at noon.
Cripplo Crook, Colorado, turned
out 810,000,000 in gold last year,
nnd oxpects to produco 15,000,000
Capt. Mickolson's boating party
did not tako plnoo yesterday as
forotold, hut will como off on Sat
J. Hurnhnrg left last evening
for the Coast in tho stcamor Doric
and expects to return in six or
That pioturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted bo
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyone horo.
Tho mombers of the Central
Union church choir aro requested
to boon hand on Saturday even
ing at 7:30 for rehearsal.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Harrison
have general sympathy for tho
loss of thoir infant daughter who
was huriod this aftornoon.
Company A will givo a danco
on or about June 1, aftor which
they will preparo to camp out, it
is oxpected, at Makoo Island.
Tho band went out to Waikiki
ou tho 7 o'clock car this morning
to Boremulo President Dole, tho
occasion being his 53d birthday.
Tho Hawaii Tnndoms at the
Fort Street Cyolory, opposite
Lbwors & Cooko's,aro proving im
mensely popular with tho young
Tho first gnnio of tho regular
baseball season will ho played to
morrow nt 3:30. The opposing
clubs will bo tho Stars and First
Tho steamer Nooau will carry
21 mules this trip. This is tho
first timo she has carried mules
and mato Nicholson anticipates a
Tho caso of Tom Walker,
chargod with nssnult with a dead
ly woapon, was called in the
police court today, but weut over
Tho local Bcribo of tho Bulletin
wishes to express his thanks to
Louis Keuake of tho pcMoflica
for mauy favors oxtoudod him as
Dr. Alvarez roported to the
Board of Health yesterdny that
there was no doubt that diphthoria
was tho cause of doath of the
child operated on by Drs. Wood
Everything is ready for tho
storeopticou exhibition for tho
benefit of St. Louis baseball club
tomorrow evening at tho college
Thoro will bo vocal and instru
These sevou days tho smallpox
bnllotin at tho'Boaid of Health
oltico has the intimation "no
change." It is learned that tho
fiix patients aro coming ou uicoly
In the cricket match, Honolulu
dofeatod H. B. M. S. Wild Swan
by 117 to 105 runs. Vincent
niflo J1 for the homo olovnn, nnd
Marriott 52 for tho naval team.
Marriott carried his bat through.
Bila Keohokii, a confirmed
truant, was sont to the Reform
school for a year by Judge do la
Vorgne this morning. Maria M.
Alexamler, for diuobedionco to her
paroutB, was given ton days in
No decision hns been reriahod
for the appointment of a succossor
to District Magistrato do la
Vorgno. W. Luthor Wilcox is
first choice, but has not yot ao
ceptod. Mr. do la Vorgno has
givoit the Executive to know that
ho will not make a fuss nbout a
day or two past tho end of tho
Schilling 'j Best.
Tho loiig-oxpectod Honhini
iiins(uerndi) hall comon olT tlii
JJubboh will Ic.ve the lluul.mi
Boat llouso tonight at II and
Forty-two housos havo already
been erected for employes of the
now Oahu Sugar Plantation.
Tho polico and Compauy O
toams will shoot n friondly match
at Kakaako butls tomorrow aftor
noon, commencing at 2 o'clock.
Mcmbors of the Healaui Club
may obtain tickets nt the door for (
mo masquerauo louigm, u mey
havo not already secured them.
Ah Foo, who was nrrosted
soiuetimo sinco on a charge of
conspiracy and released on bail,
was Burioudcrod by his bonds
Liouel V. Red path's time on the
reef is about up and ho will likuly
bo discharged within a wuCk. It
is said ho has spoilt half of his
time in dark coll for potty otToiiHes
while in jail.
Tho baud will not play at
Emmasquare tomorrow aftornoon,
Ministor Coopor having acceded
to tho genoral wish that it play at
tho haBcball game. It will only
bo for this the opening day of tho
Tho Japanese Young Men's
Christian Association hns taken
an office in the Queen Hotel on
Nuuanu stroet and will hold regu
lar meetings in the largo hall ou
tho ground floor. The next meet
ting will bo on Tuesday, May -1,
when speeches will bo made after
the regular order of businoss.
By tho Doric's mail it is learned
that Iungaki Mnnjiro, who has
many friends residing in this
city, has been appointed as tho
Jnpnucso Minister Resident to
Siam. Mr. Maujiro is tho author
of a book entitled "Japan and tho
Pacific," a work which hns
brought him iuto promiuence. ,
W. P. Morrow, for whom tho ;
police havo boon looking for a '
number of days, quietly made his
appearance in tho District Court '
today and asked what ho wns
wanted for. Ho was served with j
n warrant charging him with bo-
mg a gross cheat. lie is baiu to
be mixed up with Frank Lilli's
the hackman in an affuir in which
molasses and poi was sold to a
Chinaman for opium. Both eases
aro set for tomorrow.
1'OltrV AC'JICS llllt.NKK.
llMmtrun l'lrx In tlir Cnni' 1'lfliN ut
News was recoivod by tho Mi
kahala this morning of tho burn
ing of about forty acres of grow
ing cano on Eleelo plantation.
Tho tiro was discovered at 11
o'clock on Tuesday ovouing and
was evidently of incendiary origin.
Tho plantation hands were turn
ed out aud after a hard fight sub
dued tho Unities, but not until be
tween forty and forty five acres
had been burned over.
Tho damaged cbho was at once
cut and hurried to tho mill in
ordor to save as much as possible
of tho sap romainiug and addition
al coolers were borrowed from tho
Koloa mill for tho occasion. It is
expected tho total loss will ap
proximate 200 tons of sugar.
The Eleelo plantation is situated
on tho island of Kauai and is own
ed by August Droior, who acts as
maur.tf'T. About 500 ocres o cuutt
ia cultivated by 150 men and tho
yield of BUgur last yoar was ubout
japa.ne.si: IIO HIM IIO.NOK.
I.nrijo Mfrlliiiv to Cuitcrulnlitlr MluU
Icr Nliliuniunra Tonight.
There will be amoetiugof Jtipa
neso citizens in tho hall ovor
Luce's auction rooms at 7 o'clock
tonight, at which it is expected at
least threo or four hundred Japa
nese will attend. Tho mooting
is callod in houor of the promo
tion of MiuislorShimamura and
is designed to show tho apprecia
tion of tho Japanese resnlouts in
Honolulu of tho honor dono them
by their government in ruining
tho dignity of their diplomatic
Tho fcuturo of tho meeting will
he tho presentation of an address
of congratulation to Minister
Hhimamura and speeches front
four prominent JnpiinonO, MessrH,
Ochi, ttiiHiuiiago, Takcdo, Tauakn,
Asnltiua and otliorn are on tho
coniinitteo which has charge of tho
Cetibratcd for Its great lonvunlni,' Hrrngtli
mul Lc.illlifuliiefs. Afjurc the food oi;mtit
Mint) and nit form of mliil'nitlou .omnion
to tlie rtii'np lir.inilt Kuiai. Uvmno I'ow
ich Co , Suw Ymik
The Aiitiunl Meeting of the Aloha
Coll'ee Cfimpniiy. Lluiltcil, will take
phtceut tho IttMlifeuce of Mr. K. Peek,
ou Saturday, April '14, IS)", ut 4
o'clock p. m. 8. fc. l'ECK,
Honolulu, April HI, 1t97. 66l-2w
HOTAKT PUBLIG and TYPEWRITER
Orncii 203 Merrhant street, CampVoll
IJlock rear of J. O. Carter's office. V. O.
HUNK GOOIt .NIlOOrl.Nd.
scurr .llndn by t'nuipaiiy O.. '. ii. II.,
Ill Hie Ioii Hi of ."IlKrrh.
Company G.'s teams mado tho
following scores last month v ith
"Government gas pipe guns,"
having a minimum trigger pull of
six pounds. They think thoy
can do a good deal bettor with
guns having only- a three
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Best twenty nvornge 42 17-20.
I.OSS A I M.A
IHUT Hi'iimi'ii uimI l'nsrri lirintiiiil
liiir llii'l'iisi Y.-ur.
Tho British Board of Trude hus
issued a statement of tho number
of lives lost by ucciduut in
British merchant ships during
lust year. Tho -total statement
shows tho average loss to bn about
five-sixths of 1 jior cent of tho
number of men employed. The
percentage of lives lost in sailing
vosbcls is somewhat larger than
that of steamers.
Altogether there wore 218,221
men employed on British ahipw
regisiorod in tho United Kingdom.
Of those 50,195 were out ployed on
sailing ships and Ki2.129 ou
steamships. The latter suffered a
loss of 813 seamen and 31 pns
songorB, making a total of 847.
Sailing vessels lost 1029 soamou
and 21 passengers.
A VOICB FKOil THli DLUACIIEUS.
TK'ul Interest In the cricket games
us rcllfcteil from tho "bleachers" Ifl In
crcaHlnir. During Saturday's games
the "hleaehei-K" were particularly vo
ciferous ami kept the plujcrs under u
miming lne ot f,'oHl unturcd banter.
One tniall boy brought down the
crowd by mhlslng this batsman to "go
buy n cane of Hai tiler Deer und get
Borne life lu you." The crowd applaud
ed the remark, knowing that llalnler
Deer Is celebrated for lt inhoratlng
and kliurigtli-glvnig pi-ojxtnsUIi.
On tap or In 'loltles nt Uie Criterion,
Joas Sylva, nioHHongor hoy for
l'jtigino Gompany( No, 2, was ttr
losied this morning on a wurrant
charging him with tho larceny of
collections of postage stamps und
wIkiIIh from James Sloinoi'.
$2,853.00 to be Given
Away in 130 Prizes.
Tho Eastman Kodak Com
pany have decided to award
tho above prizes to amateur
photographers for tho best
Pictures and Lnnturn Slides
mado from their Transparent
All kodakcrs aro entitled to
compete for the prizes. The
pictures will bo exhibited and
the competition will bo decided
All persons desirous of en
tering the competition must
have specimens at Rochester,
N. Y., before September 1,
&& For further information
call on us, and we shall bo
pleased to servo you.
Hollister Drug Co.,
SOLE AGENTS FOK
Eastman Kodak Company
500 Pieces of
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Wider Ribbons in Proportion !
SILK TRIMMINGS and PASSAMSNTSRIES
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jMS-TThcBO aro now fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
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520 Fort Street
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Invoice of . . . 'Z
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Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers nnd Cakes,
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