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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 31, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Ewa Plantation will declaro a 5
per cent dividend payable tomor
row. A. F. Cooke has returned from
a visit of several weeks to Hawaii
Minietor King and W. E.
Rowell have returned from
their tour of Hawaii.
0. 13. Spalding and Mrs. It. 0.
Spalding returned from tho Ori
ent on tho Coptic today.
Judge do la Vergno bad four
teen drunks before him today,
two of them boing women.
A bus ran into a Chineso hack
on Nuuanu street yesterday aftor
noon and took a-wheel off.
The Government band will givo
a concort at Emma squaro this
evening, commencing at 7:30.
Kale, charged with tho larceny
of a $4 pair of trousers from John
Harris, will bo trieu on duuo a.
Bishop and Mrs. John McKim
and Archdeacon Page are among
the notables on board the Coptic.
The annual meeting of the
British Benevolent Society oomes
off this evening at 8 o'clock at the
Anyone wanting a bioycle suit
should call on J. P. Rodrigues and
see the new season Sootoh tweeds
he has just received.
Ah Hoy and Ah Ping were
fined $50 each and costs this
morning by Judge de la Vergne
for opium in possession.
Ah Wai, a chefa player, recent
ly sentenced to three months in
jail, committed suicidoon Friday
night in his cell by hanging.
Prince Eui Who, heir to the
throne of Corea, is a through pas
senger on the Coptic. He is on
his way to the Jubilee celebration
Tho Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co. are doing some fine
work on Typewriter repairing and
are building up a good reputation
in this line.
Surgeon Major Havelock
Charles of the British Army and
Thos. J. Cowie of the United
States Navy are through passen
gers on the Coptic
The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany call attention in this issue
to a new importation of painted
'and brass bird cages and an im
proved wire fruit picker.
Tho severe strain on his eyes
in executing the address to Queen
Victoria has compelled Viggo
Jacobsen, under medical advice,
to rest from all work for a sea
son. Juvenile "Crescents" at the Pa
cific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.'s,
Fort street. Those wheels aro
just the thing for youths and chil
dren. They are the equal of the
British subjects of Kauai have
issued elegant invitations to a ball
in honor of the celebration of
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee,
at Wairaea publio hall, Friday
evening, June 18.
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement we invite
your attention to the superior
work we offer and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street."
The annual meeting of the
Woman's Board of Missions will
be held at Central Union church,
tomorrow, beginning at 10 o'clock
a.m. Lunch at noon. The usual
reports will be presented. There
will be morning and afternoon ses
sions. The Hawaiian Evangelioal As
sociation held its first session of
the presont meeting yesterday
evening at Kawaiahao church.
There will be meqtings every day
this week together with a luau to
the Sunday school children on
At the Illustrated Magazine en
tertainment to take placo at the
Hawaiian , Opera House on the
evening of Juno 5, one of the
sketches will be "Recollections of
Switzerland" by Mdlle. Boegli
' and P. H. Dodgo, with stereopti
I Two native chicken thieves were
arrested by Detective Kaapa this
morning. At the police station
they claimed to have bought the
chickens on Saturday from a man
r who lives at Manoa. Inquiry at
' tho place showed that tho man
had been dead three months.
Pair of Bpoctaoles lost.
Juno 11 is proclaimed (holi
day. City Feed Storo has bast brands
Read "Cheapness," by The
This is pay day for Government
Hollistor Drug Co. uro lenders
in soups for all uses.
,Tho CrickttorB' Smoker will bo
on Thuruduy evening. '
The chargo of gross cheat
against W. P. O'Brien has been
R. P. Rithet went clown to Ewa
today, escorted by
and h, D. Tonney.
J. II. Atherton
Chester Doyle has been oleoted
an honornry membor of the Ho
nolulu Cricket Club.
Tho arrests made this morning
include one drunk and a boy for
assault and nattory.
Japanese Minister Shimamura
made an official call on Minister
Cooper this morning.
Seventy-five cents is the high
est price for the "Y's" entertain
ment Saturday evening.
Minister Shimamura paid an
official visit to Minister Cooper
this morning, but nothing of im
A freight engine on tho railroad
was derailed at Penrl City this
morning and fireman Fred Toms
was Blightly injured.
A Chinaman was arrested at 2
,o'clook this afternoon and ohargpd
with opium in possession. On
his person were found two opium
scales, a quantity of 25o packages
of tho drug and other parapher
nalia used in opium smoking.
A Portuguese was arrested on
School street on Saturday night
on two charges, viz: distilling
liquor and selling liquor without
a license. On his premises were
found about a gallon and a half
of okolehao, 20 gallons of wine
and 74 bottles of beer. He is
out on $1500 bail.
liEOrURK THIS (VKNIKG,
Life Within tb
By the lasttesmer from the
coast arrived, Mrs. Emma Shaw
Gololeugh. This lady has been a
successful lecturer in the United
States and in Canada, and, on her
way to Samoa, will give one lec
ture in Honolulu. The subject for
this leoture, most appropriately
chosen in consideration of the
present very warm wealther, will
be, "Inside the Arctic Circle und
er the Hudson Bay Company's
Mrs. Colcleugh's opportunities
for travel have been exceptional
and, according to many press
notices, her graphic descriptions
enable her hearers to enioy with
her what is Btrange, novel and in
teresting in the regions sho'has
Mrs. Colcleugh comes well ac
credited and it is to be hoped that
many will avail themselves of the
opportunity offered to hear her
lecture at the home of Mrs. 0. B.
Damon, corner of Beretania and
lAlapai streets, this evening at 8
LETTKK mOM LAHAINA.
Continued from 1st Page.
ing non compos mentis. The
strangers voice their sympathy to
his wife in this her affliction, but,
failing to understand, sho is great
ly puzzled thereat. The doctor
oomes in and offers the poor man,
whose i ago and bearing now al
most justify Buspioion,an opiate, a
proscription, a nerve tonio and at
last a strait jacket. The doctor
fails in all these remedies and
leaves the patient following him
at a 2:40 gait. The servant girl
gives a wake's notice and would
lave at once, plaze.
At last, when all is explained,
Mr. Dabbleton fails to recognize
any advantages whatever in the
practise of economy and ends in
oalling in a dressmaker.
The performers in the play act
ed well their parts and it was
When you have a portrait en
larged soo that you- get your
money's worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to $5.00, $6 50,
S7.50 and $10.00 for work that
they guarantee to bo firstclass.
They invito comparison.
Celebrated fur Its great luvmlri); strength
and bcaltblulncis. Assure the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to ttio cheap brands. KorAL IUkino Vow
uer Co , New Youk.
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
, OP THE
Hawaiian - Jockey -
JUNE II, 1897.
Races Will Commence At 10 A. M.
Sharp ou the 11th.
Races Will Commence At 1 P. M.
On the 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIRST BICYCLE RACE.
Half-milH dash. Prize: Trophy,
valued ut $20.
One-milo handicap. Prizo: Tro
phy, vnlued at $30.
Running raco; half mile dash.
Free for all.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:35 oluss. Purse, $150.
FIFTH MULE RACE.
One mile dash. Purso, $50.
SIXTH IRWIN CUP. RUN
NING. One-mile dash; for Hawaiian
bred horses; to bo won twice.
Trotting and puoing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:30 class. Purse, $150.
EIGHTH-OOEANIC S. S. CO.'S
CUP. $150 ADDED.
Running race; three-fourths mile
dnsh; Huwuiiun bred.
NINTH PRESIDENT WIDE-
One and a quartor miles; free
for all; $150 added; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nob. 1 and 2 same as Juno 11th.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY
Five-eighths of a mile dash; for
Huwuiiun breds. Furae, $150.
racing and trotting; free for all;
best 3 in 5. Purse, $150 with $50
FIFTH ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running race; one mile dash.
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE.
Half mile dnsh. Puro,'$100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE.
Puoing and trotting; handicap;
free for all beaten horses. Purse,
All entries are to be mado with
the Secretiry before 2 o'clook
Tuesday, June 8, 1897. Entranoe
feeB to be 10 per cent of purse,
unless otherwise speoifiod.
All races to be trotted or run
nnder the Rules of tho National
Trotting Association and Blood
Horse Association. -
All horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'olook
a. m. on June 10, 1897.
General Admipsion 50 Cents
Grand Stand (extra).
Garriaces (inside course), each
QuaVtor-Stretob Badges $5
Por Order Committeo:
S. G. WILDER,
Soorotary, Huwaiian Jookey Club.
We have just received from
several of the leading soap
makers of the world a large
and varied assortment of FI NE
TOILET SOAPS, thereby
enabling us to present to our
patrons a lino of Soaps th it
have never been equaled both
in quality and price in Hono
Tho ago of soaps has more
10 ao wun me lasting or. wear
ing qualities than anything
else. As we carry the largest
stock to be found in the city,
we are in consequence enabled
to give you soap that has age.
Next . to age comes material
used in the manufacture; we
have soaps made from a hun
dred or more compounds. Call
and inspect them.
We have given special at
tention to the selection of a
soap that will eradicate all
blemishes from the skin and
after studying the conditions of
tho climate have concluded that
SOAP is tho best adapted for
use in this climate. The price
has been reduced from 50 cents
to 25 cents.
SOAP is the result of twenty
years study. .Never Detore
have such values in soaps been
offered as we are offering today.
Hollister Drug Co.,
E3- THE FINEST ASSORTMENT EVER SHOWN BY THIS
Real Valenciennes and Maltese Laces!
Tbese Goods have
In Plain, Ctoen "Work, Stripes, Shotted and.'
jg- These Goods
in quality, design and
GOODS THAT ABE-SEW
Fancv Arfc Tickings,
ThiB is the very latest material for
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc
Organdie Muslins, IPrinted JLiawns,
in new designs and colorings.
G-lace T-iininpjs for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap. -
Brocaded Alpaca and Mohair.
A. New Assortment of ,
Ladies Swell Shirt "Waists,
The Tery latest In
Kid Gloves and Ladies Belts.
....A Sample Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
-Only One of a Kind!
LATEST NOVELTIES IN VEILINGS
N. S. SACHS.
520 Eort Street : : Honolulu.
4m mm color
WIS BRAND IS SIMPLY 0
TO THE OATS BEWSROA
GIVES A PECULIAR ',
32 CAUPDRN IA ST."
Hawaiian Hagey Insti
tute. The undersigned having assumed
sole chargo oftbe Institute, notice Is
?;iven that no one Is authorized to no
iolt for collect monies on account of,
or enter into any contraot In connec
tion therewith save the undersigned.
ROBERT SWAN BORIMGEOUR,
Manager Ad Interim.
Honolulu, 19th May, 1897. 615-flt
no superior la the Honolulu Market
aro fresh from the factory and
finish. Tho prico ia sure 'to suit.
Furnished or Unfurnished Hoase;
Parlor, Dining Room, two B-droonv
Kitchen, Bath etc., all In first efefl
condtdon, Stable room and servaoitf
quarters; grounds In elegantcondlCbia.
Location upper Llllba street; potwui
HUB DtlCCti AWUU
Apply at Ballet!
sinn given June 1.
aro guaranteed to bo Al -j
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