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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 30, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tomorrow is Trinity Sunday.
Now bill at tlio circus tonight
Seo notice of now Hawaiian
Directory on eighth pago.
Minister Damon will lcavo for
tho Coast on the Australia.
W. S. Luco will soil two now
vehicles at noon on Monday.
Many of tho rotail business
houses will close this afternoon.
JV I you call and pot your
dividends on Ewa stock today?
Citavles Croighton is now' on
tho mond and improving rapidly.
Tivtnoiidoun bill of fun for tho
circus tonight. See it olsowhoro
in this paper.
Is cxt Saturday's baHgamo will
be' opou.tho Kntnobameha and
Firet Regiment teuuiB.
IiPinembor tho auction sale o
tho nicer Duke Spencer by W. S.
Luce at norm Monday.
Members of tho various military
companies are expected to bo on
hand at tho drill shed at 2 p. m.
P. 0. Jones leavcsontho Coptic
on Tuesday on business connect
ed with tho now issuo of bonds.
Bills against tho Senate must
bo presented to Secretary Clay
not later than 10 o'clock on Mon
day. Tho. regular monthly meeting
of tho Pioneor Building and Loan
Association takes place on Monday
F ivo of tho wealthiest men in
tho Senate voted against tho In
como Tax bill on third reading
Tho band will take part in tho
Memorial day sorvices, conso
qupntly there will bo no concert
at Emma square.
Tho Japaneso brought by tho
steamer Taiwnu-Maru aro all sup
posed to bo free laborers and there
are just 121-1 of thorn.
Telpplioue tho Central Meat
Market for a supply of choico
pickled lamb's touguo and pig's
feet, fresh livor sausage and head
There will bo a celebration of
tho Holy Communion at tho 5:30
a. iu. service of tho Second Con
gregation at St. Andrew's Catho
Mrs. E. J. Duffoy and Mrs. A.
K. Kingsfoid of San Francisco
are guests of Mrs. E. S. Cunha.
Tho ladies arrived per S. S. Aus
"Washable Cropo Kimonos at
$1.25 each, all designs and
colors, guaranteed not to fade.
Iwakami on Hotel Btreot, noxt to
Ordway and Porter's.
Ministor Cooper said this morn
ing that under tho now order of
Affairs which had dovoloped there
would undoubtedly bo an exten
sion of tho session.
Tho Progressive Educator for
May contains a supplement for
tho boys and girls, entitled,
"Tho D Class." Osmer Abbott,
principal of Lahainaluna, is tho
Native clorgymen havo boon
flocking into town by steamers
from tho other islands tho past
few days, to attond tho mooting of
tho Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation. Commissioner Marsdon turned
loose a consignment of 225 bats
last night which aro designed to
clear tho country of tho Japanese
bcotle pest. It is to bo hoped that
Prof. Koobolo will not bo deceiv
ed in his calculations.
Mr. Silva, leador of tho Kawai
hau Club, has received n letter
from one of the National Band
boys. Tlioy ore playing at Lin
coln Park, Chicago, and are on
gaged to play at Manhattan Beach
on tho south sidoof tho same city.
Aftorward they will go to Kansas
City, Missouri. They aro not by
any means stranded.
James T. Morgan will offer ono
of tho finest lotB of Japaneso ware,
consisting of cnrios,.vasos, sot'eons
bamboo tables, chairs, eto.; over
soon in Honolulu, at auction on
Wednesday noxt. Tho lot iB a
recent importation from Dai
Nippon and such an opportunity
is Boldom offered to got the really
fine productions of thoartists of
tho Kingdom of tho Chrysanthe
mum. DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
'Makes Heller Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
.Uk Your Grocir For It.
Ho Nlcci "Uiiltimuii." '
(HiiRccdcd bynhcfld-foo.iril irmrkwl "Un
known" nt Hutch' linn. near Pctcrsliurir.Vn..
r wlille In tlio Html pursuit of I.iis'n army. 'The
verec were written in a miry uuritiK a snort
linlt In the march )
Ho sleeps ''Unknownl"
No mother tin re to Jmtil tils nclilnj; hend,
No gentle Itntitl to nootlic the iljlng bed:
lint dtatli epnkc In the cannon's dreadful roar,
And bndu tlio spirit lice tilts earthly shore,
And seek eternity.
Ho Mccps "Unknownl"
No loved one there to henrliUlast farewell,
No tolling of the solemn funeral bell,
But mid the din of war's relentless strife,
fie passed from death Into eternal lire,
A living sacrltlcc.
He sleeps "Unknownl"
No (car was shed upon that lnncly grave,
No funeral dlrir In honor of the brave,
Hy hurried snldlcr hands his covcrlna thrown,
Then quickly ou the sliti was carved "un
known," White still tho battle raged.
lie slccpt "Uhknownl"
No liiviiiir sister plants with lliiw'rs his tomb,
Watt lie w lib care nud waltrs till they bloom,
Hut in her far off homo 'neath Northern
She looks with longing, aye, with weeping
flut looks In vain for him.
lie sleeps ''Uuknowul"
Corner Punchbowl and Berotania Sts.
J. W. Price, Business Manoger.
A. Gonzales, Equestrian Director.
"W. Burns, Treasurer.
THIS EVENING !
"Nothing Succeeds Liko Success."
CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
1. Overture. . . r. Orchestra
2. Classic Grouping. . . .Company
Introducing Tumbling, Pyra
mids and Porpoiso Leaps.
3. Comic Song Tho Australian
4. Hurricane Hurdle Act
5. Aerial Rings King of tho Air,
Sig. Leonardo, assisted by mem
bers of tho Company.
6. Scenic Act By tho Celebrated
rid or, J? H. Hayos.
7. Indian Club Swinging Tako
8. Tho Beautiful Trick Pony
First appearance. Performed
by W. Burns.
9. Cushion Leaping. ...Company
Piano Selection Duet ''Ventro
a Terro" Profs. H. Brothers
10. First Appearanco In Irish
Comicalities Sam Rowley
11. Fancy Dancing.. Master Carl
12. So g "Poverty Row," tho
Great Favorite. . . .Nora Martin
13. And now comes tho Marvelous
Stella and Nina, in "My Pearl
is a Bowery Girl," "Different
from tho Rest." etc., etc.
14. Character Danco Miss
15. Eccontric Specialties
Abounding with funny sayings,
songs and dunces. . . .Bob Scott
1G. A- Bit of a Skirt Dance, by
tho Child Prodigy, Nina Gou
zalos. 17. "Only Ono Girl in This World
for Me," Nora Martin
18. Dance. MaBtor Karl
19. GONZALES SISTERS,
Stolla und Nina, Contortionists
Extraordinary, will hero intro
duce thoir ronownod specialty.
Thoir serpentine movements
mako tho audienco question tho
poBsibitily of thoir having bonos
in thoir pliant framos. Stolla,
symmetrically perfect, whoso
transcendent grace and beautiful
finish surpass all competitors.
Nina, tho youngest clown on
20. Cpncluding with tho Laugh
"A CLEAN SHAVE."
Fritz tho Barber Scott
Lawyor Oheatom Leonardo
Mike O'Toolo juBt over . . Rowloy
Old Hayseed J. Kulolia
Ephrira a clean shave
Doors open at 7:30; commence
at 8. Admission Chairs, $1.00)
Gallery, 50 cents. Children un?
dor 12, half price.
Roaorvod Seats at Wall, Nichols
Special Children's Matinee
Saturday, Juno Gth, half past two
Highest of all in Loavoning Power. Latost U. S. Gov't Roport.
is a reliable Bpecific for sore
or inilamed oyes. -
This eye-water does moro
than clcanso; it destroys tho
Soisonand soothcB the oyo.
y doing all this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
conts per bottle. Booklet
giving full, directions with
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Foil TUP. AllOVE roitT ON
Wciliicstluy, June 3(1,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tlio nmlcrsipnod are now prepared to
issuo Through Tickets from tins City to nil
points iu tho United States.
"t?"For further particulars regarding
Trolglit or Patsnge, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN ifcd)., L'n,
3l7-5t General Agents,
tules jjflules !
Mr Norton left San Francisco May
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which ho has tnl'en great pains' to select
(or pluntutiou use, they will nrrivo per
bark 11 P Itithet ou or about Juno 1st, and
aro consigned to J N Wright,Littlo Uritain,
Honolulu. P.O.Box CO.
J. N. Wright,
It Isn't Your
If it cries out to your nerves from a prison
house of lcatbor. Ill-fitting shoes would
spoil the temper of a Saint. But when you
buy tho MoT,NERNY Shoo, you get 5.00
worth of comfort with evory $3.h0 pair of
shoes. They are made to fit feet -made
from best calf-skin. - - - -
EIGHT SHAPES. MANY WIDTHS. STAMPED ON SOLE.
MclNERNY S3.0O, S4.GO, 6.50 PER PAIR.
Mclnerny's Shoe Store.
405 FORT STBEET, . . . . Honolulu.
Telephone 53. jo jj- p. 0. Box 222.
Oalus Lumber Building Go.,
King Street, near Oahu Railway & Land Co.'s Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractor and Builders.
IMro'ltTEltS AND DEALEHB IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, IPa.ints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, TwantyTwo PoundB,
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't broak
down when you're ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to " fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Steulino hasbcqnpn the
market five years.' Tho
SxEltLINO COStS $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, sond for our.Art
Catalogue, mailed fre'o to
any address, and you will
M &' .
"BVSLT lTkR A WATCH"
Terms: $10.00 down, balance
$2:50 a week or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Take an Outing
Trnins will leave at 9:15 A. M.
and 1:45 r m., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiunuo... 1 50 1 25
II Jj iS7 II JJ
N. S. SACHS'
520 IPorb Street.
L LNEIST L A.CJE ! LINEN L A.CJEr
Tho very article for trimming Underwear, 4 inches
wide, 10c a yard or $1 for a dozen yards
POINT JDJLC rRBLA.NL LACE!
Just tlio Lace for Trimming Wash Dresses, b inches
wide, for 25c a yard, 7 inches wide for 30c a yard. . .
COTTON M.ALTJLGS10 LACJEiS!
At 20c a yard.
Pretty Narrow Edgings, 15 yards for SI. ,
Great : Seduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday. EVlay 27th,
"WE WILL PLACE ON SALE
Muslins reduced to . v
15 Yards for $1X)0.
Brown Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $1.00. '
White Cottons reduced from
14 to SO Yards for $1.00.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. G. ttlLViS., : : : Prop.
THE LAST DAYS
Waterhonse Great Bargain.
To closo out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Sale a still
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS nud GAPS, from a Thin O'Slmntor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Laces and Embcoidoaes still a Great Variety !
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvelously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripoa and Bnlbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Large Soloction o FLOWERS, 10c n Bunch.
K&T This Snlo must soon close. Now is yonr opportunity.
J. T. WflTERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET..
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo do
siro to makoBpocial montion of tho
won so flat
i t s o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
is now boing introduced hero.
This plow is tho plow "par excellence" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Another spooialty is our immenso variety of fine PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which we hive juot received a now lot. We Frame
Piotuhes at Eastern priceB. Plantors should boar in niind that our
VACUUM OILS are tho best made and are winning thoir way into
tho graces of every engineer who usos them. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved household filters, havo met with so
kind a rocoptiou that, although in uso for twonty years, there has
novor beou a complaint made by tho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
TO LEASE TO A GOOD TENANT FOR A
term of years, n Fine Reslrtonco contninltiR
0 Rooiuh, on Vineynrd stroct, ou a iiuo lot
plnntod wltu fruit trees, bearing. Apply to
1'REMISES ON LIIJHA STREET, DI.
rcctly oppoallo Hchoot street. Rent f 12
per month. Apply to
J, M. 1IONHARRAT,
CnrtwrigUt DlooV, Merebant street.
AN IMMENSEWNE OF
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