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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 8, 189G.
J LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Steamor edition ut 1 o'clock to
morrow. This 1b Lotus day with tho Tho
osophists. Rev. E. R. Dille leaves on the
Tho long-expected boat races
will como off touiorrojv at 4:15.
Tho band will play at tho Ha
waiian Hotel thi3 ovoniug at 7:30.
Tho Tonuisi Tournauionl con
tinues at 3 this aftornoon on tho
Tho regular moeting of tho
Young Hawaiiaus Instituto takes
placo this ovoning.
"A Pilgrironge to American
Shrines," illustrated, at Methodist
Church tonight at 7:45.
Mr. and Mrs. Woolworth, who
havebeen touring tho islands,leavo
on tomorrow's steamer.
Bo on to yourself and ask for
Seuttlo beor on draft and in bottloB
at the Criterion Saloon.
Th6 Catholic Bonovolent Socie
ty is holding a session in tho
church parlors this afternoon.
W. S. Luco announces an auc
tion salo of choice maidenhair and
other feruB for Tuesday next at 10
W. W. Ahana makes clothes to
order and guarantees a porfoot fit.
Seo his announcement in another
Mrs. Edlor, residing on Fort
street, presented her husband with
a ton and a half pound girl yester
Tho regimental parado and re
view by tho President last night
was witnessed by a largo number
There will bo no "at homo" on
tho U. S. S. Adams this afternoon
oh account of tho tonnis tourna
ment now in progress.
Mrs. Prank Alves notifies tho
publio that she will continue tho
express business formerly con
ducted by her husband. ,
Countess Wachtmoister leaves
on tho Australia tomorrow, and
this ovoning will bo tho last
chunco to hear her lecture.
Tho regular stoamor edition of
tho Bulletin will bo issued at or
boforo 1 o'clock tomorrow. Mail a
copy of it to your friends abroad.
The Oahu Railway Company
will run trains to Pearl city to
morrow at 1:45 and 3:30 p. m., re
turning immediately after tho
Mrs. "W. W. Hall will recite
"Paul Rivere's Rido" and "Odo to
Pilgrim Fathers" at Dr. Dillo's
lecturo in Methodist Church to
night. The heaviest man whoso woight
is recorded authentically was
Miles Dardon of Tennessee. Ho
weighed a littlo loss than 1000
P. H. Brooks Division, No. 1,
Uniform Rank, K. of P., is noti
fied to appear atthoCastlo Hall of
Oahu Lodgothis ovoning for the
purposes of initiation.
Tho Australia loaves at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. Tho mail
closes at 2. Send a copy of tho
steamer edition of tho Bulletin
by her to friends abroad.
A joint celobration of Quoon
Victoria's birthday will be hold
by tho Sons of St George and tho
Scottish Thistlo Club on Wednes
day ovoning, May 27th, at Indo
Rev. Dr. Dillo of San Francis
co will a give his last lecture at
Methodist Church tonight. "A
Pilgrimago to American Shrines"
is the subject, T he lecturo will bo
Tho Special Committee on the
Loan Bills had a conference with
Minister Damon after the morn
ing session. Tho matter under
disoussion was tho proposed loau
for internal improvements.
D. II. Sheohan, tho oflioiont
foreman of tho Hawaiian Gazette
Company for tho past year and a
half, leaves tomorrow on account
of ill-health resulting from a seri
ous operation ho was compelled
to undorgo ut the Queon's hospital.
Mr. Sheohan has mado many
friends hero who hope to welcome
him back Boon.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Yuur Grocer For It.
M. G. Silva, of tho Templo of
Fashion roturned on tho Hall to
day. Adjt. Egnor and Liout. Jeffries
arrived on tho W. G. Hull this
Sixty-ono bags of coffoo came
down from Hawaii today, con
signed to various firms.
Mrs. E. B. Friol, Miss Koto
Cornwell and MIbs Bello Vida
camo down on tho Hall to attond
tho funoral of Mrs. Cornwell.
An extra edition of "Wednesday's
Bulletin, containing Daniel
Logan's description of the Moku
aweoweo volcano, was printed and
extra copies can bo obtained at tho
business oflico of this paper, 009
King street. Mail some copies
Spains first arbor day was colo
bratod recontly. Tho young King
planted a sapling near Madrid,
after which 2000 school children
followed his example Each ono
of them rocoived a medal bearing
the inscription, "First Arbor Day,
Instituted in the Reign of Alfonso
PROGRAM OP THE
First Annual Regatta
or THK ....
Hawaiian, Swing A5.53ciali.Qi1
TO JIB HELD AT . .
Saturday, May 9, 1896,
Commencing nt 2:30 o'clock r, m. sharp.
Free -For All:
1 SINGLE SCULL RACE.
Course: 1 mile straightaway.
Entrance feo $5. Prize:
Trophy valued at 85.
Course: 3 miles with turn.
Entrance feo $12. Cash prize:
For Members of tho Asso
3 SIX - OARED SLIDING
For members who havo novor
rowed in a race. Course: 2
miles with turn. Entrance
feo S10. Cash prize $25.
SHELLS TOR JUNIORS.
Courso: 1J miles straight
away. Entrance feo $10.
Prizo: Trophy valuod at $25.
SHELLS FOR SENIORS.
Courso: 1$ miles straight
awoy. Entranco foe $15.
Prizo: . Cup, valued at $50, to
become tho property of tho
Club winning tho samo three
Entries must bo mado to tho
Secretary of tho Regatta Commit
tee', Mr. W. O. Parke, at 13 Kaa
huraanu street, on or before Thurs
day, May 7, 189G.
Each ontry shall includo tho
namo of tho boat, (if it has ono),
Club colors, tho names of tho
crow and substitutes.
Substitutes shall bo allowed as
follows: For crows of G oars or
moro, three. For crows of loss
than 0 oars, two.
For further information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. C. W. Mac
farlano, or tho Soorotary.
O. W. MACFARLANEj
Chairman Regatta Committee.
W. O. Parke,
Honolulu, April 17,1890. 280-tf
Healani -- Myrtle
Saturday., May 9th.
RT" Trains will leave Honolulu Depot at
1:45 p.m. aud 3:30 p.m.
Races to Commence at 4:15 p. a
Excursion Tickets, 75c.
Higliost of nil in Leuvoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
m k mi
simply used as bait, won't bring
permanent business. Wo want
permanent business. "Wo are got
mg it too. Tho regular every
day dealings, whero wo save our
patrons money on over' purchase,
is tolling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to advertiso
prices and after a while put them
back whore they wore originally.
When wo cut prices, we novor put
tho prico back. Our business,
methods aro faiiysquaro and above
board. Wodo just as wo say wo
will. Wo live up to everything
Barry's Tricophereus 25c, old price
Fig Syrap 35,, oil price 50c,
Camclliue 25c-, old price 50c
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 75c-, old
These aro a few of the liboral
E rices wo accord our friends. Wo
avo not enough room to enumer
ate them all hore. You will get
HOBp D (50,
. . ROADSTER
1SOG, Twenty-Two Founds.
When You Buy
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion one that won't break
down when you're ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" they aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has been on tho
market five years. Tho
Steulinq costs 8110. If
you want to know moro
about it, sond for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
"BV1LT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: $10.00 down, balance
$2,50 a week or a liboral discount
Wall Nichols C
Lots For Sale !
LOT AND IIOUSE AT KAPALAMA,
right on tho Tramways Lino. Heated nt
S 10.00 por mouth. 4 House-Lots ut tho
10 Lots at Kainanuwai, on tho mnukn
corner of tho extennion of Kukui Htrcet and
proposed Itivcr streot. Tho Lots are lovol.
ed; it is ono of tho best Lou so Hltcs in tho
city. There is a e'l road loading now
from Berctaiiia streot to theso Lots. Trices
ore reasonable -Titles perfoct.
For furthor particulars, apply to
- -j W. O. AGIII.
Honolulu, April 10, 1890. 27Clm
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E??v. Address P. O. Box 307, Houolulu,
or cull at tho I. X. I.. Storo, corner King
and Nuuanu streets.
Telephone Gil. P. O. Box 298.
TO THE PUBLIO.
Do you want us to keep
your clothing and dresses
cleaned and pressed for you 1
Wo will take all tho responsi
bility. All that is required of
you is to telephone us to call
at your houso and get tho
goods. Wo will clean, press
and repair them and return
them to you in first-class con
dition. How much does it
cost? Only ono Dollar por
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Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
Take an Outing
' Trains will leuvo Ut 9:15 a. m.
aud 1:45 p. M., arriving in IIono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 r. it.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwaPlautution... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
W. R. RILEY,
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Fort, Telephone 8G. .
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Ferris' GJ-ood Sense Corset Waists !
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Perfect fit for nil ngos best for health and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull on"; cord edgo button holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to secure hoso supporlors.
fl" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 lorb Street.
Eeyolution : in : Prices!
GREAT BARGAIN AND SPECIAL SALE.
Ccnunonctos KQHDA.Y UQRNIHG VTa Qfle? deeds at a Slaugfclw
in Prices I
ALL DEPARTMENTS HAVE BEEN DRAWN UPON TOR TB1S SPECIAL SALE.
, , i
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS and VELVETEENS. '
BllOOADE SILKS aro tho rugo iu tho States. Wo can beat their
RIBBONS, LAOES, GLOVES and SUNSHADES, novor offored
at such prices.
IN HATS, wo can suit you: for tho Bench or Pmrl City; for town
or for travel, at tho smallost outlay. 10c. to 25c.
FEATHERS In Plumes and Tips a largo assortment.
FLOWERS and FRDITS-a great variety.
HOSIERY, in all colors and sizes; for small children or largo men.
Ladies and girls will also find a supply.
LADIES' COSTDMES-Somothing special.
QUILTS and SHEETINGS. TOWELS, 50c. half dozen. A splen
EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS and INSERTIONS, nil widths.
FLANNELETTES, now pattorns, 15 yards S1.00.
And a vory largo variety of Goods in other lines.
B$& All goods in tho Salo marked in plain figures. j2 j
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASED.
Wo want'monoy and in ordor to got it offer tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS ovor brought
to Honolulu at unhoard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Sumraor Goods in endless va
riety. Dosirablo stylos in oxclusivo patterns.1
Como inland look at our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TO THE AGRICTJLTTJBAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
,. AOItlCULTURAL COLIiEOE, Miss., Jun. 29, 1896.
Dn. O. W. DAnxEY, Washington, D. O.
Dear Sin: Yours of recontdatoin regard to tho "Secretary" plow has
been on my desk some dnys, but I dolayod sending a roply in ordor
that I might sond somo photos which go with this.
Deoro tt Company sent ono of tho plows, tho first ono which was com
pleted, to this station, and wo gavo it a vory thorough tost in Decem
ber last. Tho ground on which it was used was a field which had
novor boon plowod moro than sixinohos deop, and which hud boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throe good mules wo wore ablo to
plow ton inchos deop without making the work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly a part of tho ground wag plowod to a depth of
fuurtoon inches. Tho plow cortainly dot!3 hotter work than I have
ovor seon done with any other implement. S. M. Tkaoy, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere k, Company, says:
I havo novor soon ground left in us good condition aftor tho plowing,
tho furrows being thrown soas to pulvorizo tho Boil moro thoroughly
than can bo dono by nn ordinary plow, and all trash and woeds were
comnlotolv turned undor.
i2r On exhibition nt the Oflico of tho
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Telephone 53. a BST P. O. Box 222.
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