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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 1, 189G.
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.LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bund concort at Emrna Squaro
Baseball again on Saturday
Fred II. UayBoldou o Lauai is
in tho city.
Tlio now chapel at Pnlama is to
bo dedicated tonight.
A numbor of now buildings aro
going up at Puntihou.
Yesterday was marked by a
largo numbor of funerals.
Remember that tho W. 0. T. U.
lunch rooms aro now open.
- - -. In 5-1 caies out of 100 tho left
I , (7 kg is stronger tban the right.
0 am f ' "T,on cfl9 attention
'iVi rt 110W goods in table ware, etc.
.fin "n i. l r
K, s xiierc win uo n cunugo ol pro-
nrum lit the circus tomorrow even
No circus tonight, but an ox
tiuo dimity bill For tomoirow
TinHiio paper ilnwor mntorials.
Ctepo paper for lamp shades, etc.,
at lung Bros.', Hotel stroot.
Tlioro are thirty-BOvon Japanese
women in tho city whoso ostensi
ble occupation is harboring.
B. L. Finnoy has already com
menced work in earnest on his
new directory of tho islands.
Under tho management of Chas.
Bolliui tho Club Stables nro doing
a rapidly increasing businoss.
Tho regular meeting of tho
Pioueor Building and Loan As
sociation takes placo this oNoning.
Tho family of J. A. Hassinger,
who is av, ay at the Coast, have
moved into tho largest of Dr. Mc
"Work was coramouced this
morning on tho stono front of the
now building of tho Bishop estato
on Merchant street.
Cecil lthodos' incomo as man
Aging director of the Consolidated
Gold Fields Company last year
was more thau Sl,U50,t)00.
J. T. Stacker has routed tho
Allen promises on tho corner of
Richards sheet and Union squaro.
Br. nyson will liavo his ollico
and residonco thera.
Bob Isom, tho well-known joc
key, is in tho city, but ho bus not
yet told anyono what ho cumo
down for. It is said ho has his
eyos on tho Corir.rull horses.
Several buildings aro to bo
erected on the Waikiki road on
tho Bruco "Waring tract in tho
near tutuio. A neat cottngo near
the John Ena load has just been
A tall, fine looking Oriental
dressed in a peculiar costume has
attracted much attention on tho
stieets of late. Ho is a Corean
gentleman of means and dxossos
in tho natiounl costumo.
Charles P. Turner, a native of
Now York, aged 72, died at Pula
ma at the residonco of Charles
Kidder on Saturday. Tho funoral
took placo at the Catholio cemo
tory yestorday afternoon.
A numbor of tho school child
ren about town have lately been
'covering small coins with quick
silver, so that tho pieces of money
shine with an unusual brilliunco.
Look out, boys; this is against the
Another of thoso hideouB Chin
ese shanties which aro a disgrace to
the Waikiki road has boon erected
near Bishop's switch. ItisaBhamo
that such structures should bo al
lowed to disfigure such a popular
Mr. Shohan, who was foroman
of tho Hawaiian Gazette Com
pany's composing rooms, was
quite ill on his arrival in San
Francisco and his physician order
ed him seut to tho Santa Cruz
mountains at once.
Purifino, tho now disinfectant
handled by the Hollistor Drug
Co., is u truly wonderful com
pound. Although perfectly odor
Iobb its disinfecting power is very
groat. Thoso whoso olfactory
organs havo been offendod by car
bolic acid, otc, will lino Purifine
a boon. It not only thoroughly
disinfects, but, in case of diseases
which causo a burning or itching
of tho skin, it is a storling remedy
for allaying thoso unpleasaut sen
sations. m 9 mi
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mules Better Bread and Pastry than
A7iy Other Known Brand.
Ash Your (Irocer For It.
A lost certificate of deposit is
It is in ordor now to think about
tho races to como oil on tho 11th
Metal cornices and capitals for (
1110 resioieu upora nouso aro on
Tho corrected schedule of this
season's ball games appears in
Monowa, a nativo, was arrested
this morning for assaulting and
battering a Ohiueso.
A Jananeqo was arrested this
moi uing and dmigud with being
n common nuisanro.
A large number of Clt nese
labor inimirfiutf! is expected by
tho Coptic tomorrow.
Tho ninety days allowed by
law for tic ion nP tho Legisla
ture expires tomorrow.
Louis Ai mhihI v us nrristed this
morning for profanity but releas
ed on his own ircognizauco.
Senator McCutnllcHM is happy.
His wide tirei Act passed third
reading in tho Senato this morn
ing. Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany is opening up a now stock
of lumps, etc., recoived by tho
Senator Brown has been grant
ed leave of absence for ono week.
Ho has gouo to tho other side of
the island to recuperate.
Mclnorny, tho Hotol stroot
grocor, announces his stock in
trado for sale at cost on account
of going out of business.
Saturday, Juno 13, is fixed for
tho date of the entortainmout by
tho St. Louis Literary Society.
Tickets will bo issued this week.
Roturna havo not begun to como
in from tho bats sent out to war
against tho booties. Quo but has
been 6oen on tho stops of tho Ex
Tho stock of Japanese goods to
bo sold by Auctioneer Morgan on
"Wednesday morning nt tho Robin
sou block will be on viow at tho
placo of sale nil day tomorrow.
The police forco and Company
G will shoot off tho final match
on Saturday. Euch teum has won
ono previous nmtoli. Tho police
say they Inn o uu easy job on their
Commencing today P. Mcln
eruy, tho Hotel stroot grocer, will
oiler his entno stock of groceries,
etc., at cost prices, as ho is about
closing up his business. This
will includo a horse, harness and
unyotlier otitU, utilised in tho
is 1 hi: jimhict coinr.
Jurtffo l In Vci-kiic TrnnsuclN llnsl
iic W llli riituoH unit DUimtcli.
At this morning's session of
tho District Court tho charge of
assault and battery against John
Leal was nollo pros.'d.
Ah Pau ploaded guilty of un
lawful possession of opium, but
his co-defendants demanded n
Mai Sing nnd fifty-six othors,
arrested for gambling, got a con
tinuance until "Wednesday and in
tho meantimo nro out on $12 bail
Joe Forroiro, J. Froitas, Autono
Martins and Antono FroitaB, four
Portuguese arrested for gambling,
woro next in ordor. Tho first and
third in tho quartette pleaded
guilty and woro fined $10 and
coats each and tho othors wont
Nino Chinese offenders ai
tho Sunday law woro fined $!
Tho balanco of tho morning
session was occupied with tho
trial of J. Costa da Silva, charged
with assault, which resulted in his
discharge after a numbor of wit
nesses had testified.
Itroiielit Herein Iron.
A seaman on tho steamship
Kahului was brought up in irons
and dolivered over to Captain
Harry Evans of tho waterfront
police immediately 011 tho vessel's
arrival horo on Saturday night.
Ho is charged with stealing a
watch and striking an officer. Ho
had been eight days in ironB
whon tho vessel reached hore.
BISHOP it CO'S CERTIFICATE OK
Deposit No SJ1C4 In favor of E P .MUiccney
for $400. Pmmcnt stopped. Pleme return
to lilikop & Co. ai9-l
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Boport.
is a reliable specific for soro
or inflamed eyes.
This ojo-water does moro
than cleanse; it destroys tho
poison nnd soothes the oyo.
By doing nil this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
cents per bottlo. Booklot
giving full directions with
THIS Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
vn tnv ABOVE POUT ON
WuditcMiuy, .Eiuic :$tl,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho uudorHlgnod are now propnred to
Isuio Through Tiokots from this City to iill
poiutH in tho United State.
CifTor further pnrticulnrs regarding
Troight or I'oKsnge, apply to
Wsr. G. IRWIN & Co., ID,
317-51 Gnitrid Agouts.
Mr Norton left Snu Frnncioco May
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which ho linn takon great puiua to silect
(or plantation UiC, they vrll arrivo ptr
bark II 1 Kit he' on or about June lt, and
urn conslgLed to J N Wright, Litllu lintaiu,
Honolulu." 1. O. Box 00.
J. N. Wright,
It Isn't Your
If it cries out to your nerves from a prison
house of leather. Ill-fitting shoes would
spoil the tompor of a Saint. But when you
buy tho MoINERNY Qhoe, you got 5.00
worth of comfort with every $3.50 pair of
shoes. They are mado to fit feet mado
from best calf-skin. -
EIGHT SHAPES. MANY WIDTHS. STAMPED ON SOLE.
MCINERNY S3.BO, $4.50, 85.50 PER PAIR.
Mclnerny's Shoe Store.
-105 FORT STREET, .... Honolulu.
Telephone 53. fl flgr P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber 4 Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Roilwny & Land Co. 'a Dopot.
Lumber Merchants! Contractors mi Builders.
IMrORTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sash., Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
. . ROADSTER
1BOO, Twenty-Two Pounds.
hen You Buy a
Buy ono with a Boputn
tion ono that won'tbreak
down when you're ton
milos from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" they aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterlino has beon on tho
rnnrket fivo years. Tho
SrERMNo costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed free to
any address, and you will
"BV1LT L1KH A VATCHM
Terms: S10.00 down, balance
$2.50 n weok or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Take an Outing
Trains will leuve at 9:15 a.m.
audl:15r M., nriivii r in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewu Plantation... 1 W 75
Wuinnue I GO l 25
N. S: SACHS'-
520 B-orfc Street.
L LISTEN Xj A.OJE ! LINEN 3L A.CJE!
The very urticlo for trimming UnUorwuur, 4 inches
wide, 10c n ynrd or 1 for a dozen ynrdu
POINT -DJHJ IEELAND JLACBI
Just the Lace fur Trimming Wnsh Dresses, fi inches
wide, for 25c a yurd, 7 inches wide for 30o a 3Tnrd. . .
COTTON MA-ITJSIG LA.CIGS!
At 20c a ynrd.
Pri'tty Narrow Kdgings, 15 yards for yl
Great : deduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, May 27th,
WE WILL PLACE ON" SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF
Muslins reduced to
Brown Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $1.00.
White Cottons reduced from
14 to SO Yards for $LOO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M G. ILVA,
THE LAST DAYS
Waterhonse Great Bargain
To closo out tho Full Lino of- Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further .Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from n Tarn O'Shantor to a SILK UEAVER.
Ribbons, acss and Embroideries still a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvelously Cheap.
LADIES' aud MEN'rf II03E in Black Stripoa and Bnlbriggau.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction ot FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch.
&SF This Salo must Boon closo. Now is yonr opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo do
siro to make spocial montion of tho
won so flat
i t s o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
is now boing introduced hore.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollenco" for breaking aud cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of throo ordinary plows.
Another specialty is our iraraonso variety of finq PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just recoivod a now lot. We Fk'ame
Pictuiies at Eastern prices. Planters should hear in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro the best mado and aro winning their way into
tho gracoa of ovory engineer who uses thorn. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved household filters, havo met with s
land a reception that, although in uso for twonty years, thpro has
novor boon a complaint mado by tho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
TO LEASE TO A GOOD TENANT FOK A
term of jearH, u Hnu lloxiilcnco coutuinhiR
0 Rooms, on Vineyard titrcct, ou a flue lot
plantod with fruit trees, Injuring. Apply to
301 tf K,S. 0UN11A.
tn m i -iiihiiii
519 FORT STREET.
: : : Prop.
PREMISES ON L1LIIIA STREET, DI-
rectly oppoaite School tttreot. Rent $12
per month. Apply to
J. M. SIONSARRAT,
Cnrtwrighlililock, Morohaut street.
i St, fnwK