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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE G, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Basoball at 3:JJ0.
Now program at tho circus.
Kams V8. 1st Regiment nt 3:30
J. R. Ronton roturnod to Hawaii
by tho Kinau yeBtorday.
Read W. "V. Dimoud's new ad
vertisement and savo ico.
Rand at 7:30, ring performance
at 8. Same old low prices.
Circus matinco at 3 o'clock.
Evening performance as usual.
Castlo & Cooko oll'or tho best
quality of coal oil at $2.30 por
Sonators Ilolsteiu and Raldwin
wero among thoso who loft on tho
Tim TTiiuniinn bntul will nivo its
first Sunday concert at Makeo
island tomorrow nt 8 p.m. j
Tho Rio Jauoi o is. duo from
Sau Francisco next Wednesday
ijwith six days' later papers.
,' William K. Hathburn is tho
now deputy-assessor and colloctor
for tho district of Koolnuloa.
Tho St. Louis College baud will
givo a concert at 7 o'clock this
oveniug at tho college grounds.
Tho work of putting in tho
plato glass fronts of tho now
Mulch block was finished today.
Tho band played at tho Sunday
school reunion and luau of tho
Kawaiahao church at noon today.
Tho Pacific Hardware Company
displays a fino pencil drawing of
tho bark Andrew Welch in a galo.
Don't forget the salo of chinole
um waro for tho Misses Rico at
W. S. Luce's saloroom this evon
ing. Tho sale of chiuoloum waro at
Luco's will begin at 7 o'clock. Bo
thoro before the choicest articles
Stockholders of tho Wilder
Steamship Company will hold
thoir postponed meeting on Mon
day at 2 o'clock.
Senator Horner is confined to
his room with an attack of gout.
Ho is recovering and expects to
bo out on Monday.
Tho band will play at tho ball
ganio this afternoon, consequently
tho usual Emma squaro concert
will bo dispensed with.
Judge Perry has gono to Wai
luku to hold court in three or
four cases in which tho Maui
judge is disqualified.
D. W. Corbettis tho first super
intendent of tho Sunday school to
bo organized in connection with
tho now Palama chapel.
Don't miss tho merry jesters
and tho gay singers in tho groat
pavilion at Berotauiaand Punch
bowl streets this evening.
At tho Central Union church
tomorrow evening Rev. C.W. Hill
of Hilo will preach the annual
sermon on homo missions.
Tho Onhu Lumber Company
havo received word that a ship
lond of lumbor consigned to them
will anivo about July 15th, per
bark J. N. Griffiths.
Both April and May issues of
Handicraft havo been received,
tho former being filled with illus
trated accounts of tho Kamoha
meha boys' camp at Makaha.
Rov. Mr. Birnio will preach at
Palama chapel at 7:30 tomorrow
evening. Th6ro will also bo a
special song sorvico at which Mrs.
Montagu Tumor and other volun
teers will sing.
Tho only peoplo who are au
thorized to solicit in any manner
for tho Directory now boing com
piled by B. L. Finnoy are J. B.
Daniels, A. O. Steelo, A. V. Gear,
Mr. Otterson and B. L. Finney.
It is reported that ono stook
lioldor in tho Popookeo plantation
drew down $-17,000 in dividends
on tho 1st of tho mouth, and that
his littlo investraout in Kahuku
brought him in $1800 in dividends
on tho same day.
"Must you go out again to
night?" asked tho sand flat. "Yes,
I must," answered tho tide," and
whon I como in I'll bo full. SeoV
"High sea," was tho sad reply,
"why don't you fill up on Seattle
boor, tho stuff that don't ino
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mnlca Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ad Your Omitr Vor Jt.
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A Japanese was an ested for
trqaney today. I
Yiomwv furnituro will bo sold at
auction by W. S. Luco this even
ing. Oahu Lodgo, K.of P., will hold
a special meeting in tho first rank
Tho final shoot botwoon tho
polico and Company G comes off
at Iwiloi this aftornoon.
Elogant lamps and tho blue
flamo oil stovo aro in stock at tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s.
Part I. of tho Honolulu novel
will be found under tho head of
"Tiraoly Topics" in this issue.
Tho nativo woman who was
arrested for insanity n couple of
days since wa committed to tho
Tho laffst stylo ladies' sailor
hate, polka dot chiffon veiling,
Indies' now shirt waists, white kid
belts tho Infest can bo found at
N. S. Sachs'.
"Tho Union Art Gallory" has
over tho King street entrance tho
finest sign in Honolulu. It is of
stained glues with jewel effects,
and fitted with oloctric lights for
In tho Police Coftrt this morn
ing Paul Richards was found
guilty of boing a common nui
sance in the first degree. His
offence consisted in making and
offering for salo obscene pictures.
Ho was given fivo months on tho
Tho trial of Kam Loo for run
ning a laundry contrary to tho
rules of tho Board of Health in
such cases mado and provided was
commenced before Judge 'do la
Vergno this morning and con
tinued to Juno 9th, after the pro
secution had concluded its case.
A Japaneso convict who was
employed as cook aud trusty at
tho Polico station wont to tho
Metropolitan Meat Company's
store for moat this morning as
usual but failed to return. Oflicor
Toma waB put on his track aud
traced him to tho quarantino sta
tion, from whonco ho swam to tho
Japaneso steamer, whero ho was
captured by tho officers.
Corner Faucltbowl and Berotnnla Sts.
J. W. Piieo, DiiKiness Manager.
A. Gouzulc.s, VqucBtnnu Director.
V. Jiurus, Tronsurer.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
HERE IT IS:
1. Overture Orchestra
2. Slack Wire J. Kulolia
3. Comic Song Tho Australian
Comiquo S. Rowloy.
1. Hurdle Act J. H. Hayes
5. Perch Cruz and Kulolia
G. Contortion Act Japaneso
7. Comanche Indian The Great
J. H. Hayes.
8. Balancing Trapco King of
tho air, Sig. Leonardo.
9. Act of Equestrianism Young
10. Piano Selection La Tipica
(Polka), Prof. II. Brothers.
11. Comicalities S. Rowloy
12. Skip Ropo Danco By tho
Graceful Stella Gonzales.
13. And now comes tho Honolulu
Favorito in her latest, "Hen
rietta" Nora Martin
14. Stella (Gonzales Sister), Nina,
in thoir songs "Gay Paree,"
15. Eccentric Specialties
10. Character Dance
17. Duct-"I Don't Want to Play
in Your Back Yard" Karl and
18. "What Could tho Poor Girl
Do ! " Nora Martin
19. Concluding with tho amusing
extravaganza Tho Modol
Teacher Bob Scott
Billy Battoison Dunce ....
Simple Sis Mildred Kingsloy
Littlo Jano Nina Gonzales
May Stella Gonzales
John Know All.. Karl Gonzalos
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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latost U. S. Gov't Roport.
is a roliablo specific for Boro
or inflamed eyes.
This oyo-wator does more
than clcanso; it destroys tho
poison and soothes the oyo.
By doing all this' it controls
tho inflammation. Price 25
cents por bottle. Booklet
giving full directions with
Having boon informed by roli
ablo partios that Mr. Ilusted or
his omployes are circulating tho
report that I am simply in tho
Directory business to compel him
to buy rao off, I wish it to go on
record that I will not sell my data
or work to Mr. Hustd or any
B. L. FINNEY.
Honolulu, Juno 5, 18!)G.
Oahu Lodge, 3STo 1, K. of P.
THERE WILL HE A M'ECIAL MEETING
nt 7 o'dock sharp Tllla (daturdaj) EVEN
ING, of ualiu Lodge, No. I. K of 1, at their
Uall on Fort trctt. Work In tliu First ItaitU.
By orJer of C. C.
W. R. JOHNSON,
231 It K of K. ,t S.
J ames JL.. I-Iolt,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
CHfioe: No. 11 Kiinlwmnnn Street. Tele
phone No. 039. Prompt attoutton
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
. Cut no Ico with sonsiblo people. Wo nmko no
bluil' and oiler no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alono
and wo behind thorn.
105 Fort Street, Honolulu.
)jj.w,. -j(,a..SuJA' .t AJiSjbKMiA.ij
. . ROADSTER
1800, IVontyTwo Pounds.
ta You Buy a
Buy ono with n Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down whon you'ro ten
miles from homo. Don't
lean to " fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has been on tho
market fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. H
you want to know moro
about it, sond for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, aud you will
"BV1LT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: $10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a week or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Take an Outing
Trains will liavn at 9:15 A. M,
nnd 1:45 i' M. , nniving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
1st Class 2d Clans
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ev. Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianno 1 50 1 25
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.N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. '
L USTEISr LACE !
The very urtrclo for trimming "Underwear, 4 inches
wide, 10c a yard or $1 for a dozen yards
POINT DJb IEBLANJD LACE!
'Just the Lace for Trimming Wash Dresses, 5 inches
wide, for 25c a yard, 7 inches wide for 30c a yard. . .
COTTON MA-I-.TJi)SJb3 LA.CJbQc-5!
At 20c a yard.
Pretty Narrow Edgings,
Great : Seduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, ftflay 27th,
AVE WILL PLACE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF .
Muslins reduced to
Brbwn Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $1.00. ,
White Cottons reduced from.
14 to SO Yards for $l.QO. '.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M O. &ILATA., : : : Prop.
THE LAST DAYS
WaterhoTise Great Bargain
fr S A L F, "i
To close out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Snlo a still
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tain O'Shantor to a SILK BEAA'ER.
Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries still a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolouflly Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE iu Bhck Stripos aud Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection o FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
ST" This Salo must soon close. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono ubo
ful articles hnudled by us, wo do
siro to make special mention oftho
won so llnt
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tho United StnteB and Canada and
is now boing introduced hero,
This plow is tho plow "par oscollonco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of three ordinary plows.
Another specialty is oitr iramonso variety of lino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo hnvo just received a now lol. "NVk Faame
PicTUitES at Eastern prices. Planters should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best mado and aro winning thoir way into
tho graces of ovory engineer who uses thorn. SLACK Sc BROWN
LOWS FILTERS, tho improved household filtors, havo met with so
kind a recoptiou that, although in uso for twenty yeaiB, thoro has
uovor beon a complaint mado bytho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
TO LUASU TO A OOOD TUN ANT FOR A
torm of j tare, n J iuo Jii'suionco oontatuiiiK recuy oviikihiio dluuui Himvi. tww, ?n
ORooniB, oiiYineyniiUtrcct, ouiiHuolot lcr loonth. Al!1'?'0,, . ,'T .
Vlnntcd with fiult trocB, UnrliiB. Awly to J. M. MONbARRAT,
30i t E. S. 0UN11A. CattwrlgUt Ulook, Merobant btrcct.
LIN JDIsr IL, A.CJB!
15 yards for i. ,
PREMISES ON L1LI1IA BTKEET, DI-
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