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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 10, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Fireworks at tbo I. X. L.
F. A. Schaofor has gone to Ha
waii. Fivb tourists left for the volcauo
The Sons of Votorans moot this
Coucort at Pauahi hall tonight.
Sonator Baldwin loaves for Maui
by tbo Olaudino.
Tbo Sailor's Homo flag is in a'
decidedly dilapidated condition.
A now floor is boing laid in En
gino House No. 1, on King stroot.
Tbo Maui Racing Association
will bavo tbo usual Fourth of July
Midsummer day is closo at band
yhVt where, oh whore, is tbo mid
f slimmer weather'
vta v.. 'Tbo stono front of tbo now
lisboi) Estnto buildini will be tbo
slianu8oinefat in tho city.
rV n.. U...1.1.. it.- .i..isi i
xjv. iiiuuiy, iiiu uuuusi, iiiuua
by tho Kiuuu today on a pro
fessional tour of tho Islands.
Tho upper floor of Mrs. Lack's
buildiug on Fort stroot is to bo
occupied as an architect's ofllco.
B. L. Finney is tbo busiest man
in town, and it is all on account
of that now directory he is gotting
Jim Dodd says tho best thing
the Japancso can do now is to
drink Entorpriso boor instead of
vColonol Curtis P. Iaukoa of tbo
Land Office Ims received another
promotion. Ho is now a notary
Captain Griffiths of tho bark
Albert is living on hopo just now.
He hopes to got away by tho end
of tho month.
Senator Hooking is looking for
a job. lie says h- would liko to
stay in Honolulu if ho could got
anything to do.
A roheareal of tho Amateur
Minstrols is called for this even
ing at tho rosidenco of Prof. Ber
gor at 7:30 sharp.
Two largo delegations of Japa
nese called on tho President yes
terday morning with petitions
concorning tbo sake bill.
A match raco for $500 a sido
has been arranged, it is reported,
botween Schuman's maro Judah
and Stelling's horse Billy Button.
Now that tho Logislaturo is
over, Honolulu people can com
mence to think about a propor
colebration of tho Fourth of July.
Tho band concert at Emma
square last night drow out tho
usual largo crowd and tho usual
complaints of dirty and rotton
A native, helplessly drunk, was
'escorted to tho police Btation on a
hand cart this morning. Ho was
evidently laying in a stookof sake
boforo tho price advanced.
Postmaster-Genoral Oat pro
mises an abundanco of postoffice
boxes in four or fivo jnonths.
They can't bo put up too quickly
for tbo convenience of tho public.
Commissioner Joseph Marsdon
loavos on tho Kinau this afternoon
for an oxtonded tour of tho island
of Hawaii, where ho will search
for coffoo blight and other pests.
Professor Koobolo will try to
hold down Commissioner Mars
den's chair during tho absence of
tho latter. Mr. Marsdon will visit
Kawaihao, Mana and Kukuihaelo
aud wind up with a walking tour
through tho 01 aa coffoo planta
tions. Bruco Waring & Co. will move
into their now quarters in a fow
days. They will have tho hand
Bomost offices in town. Ed. Ing
ham iB fixing up an elaborate sign
on thoir plate glass window bo
that strangers will have no diffi
culty in finding tho firm's now
"W. H. Johnson, formerly fore
man of tho Advertiser press
rooms, and D. Thaannm, for a
long timo in tho omploy of tho
Star, loavo this afternoon for
Olaa. They have associated
thorasolves with Goorgo Manson
of this office aud will ojigago in
the business of coffoo raising on
land in Olaa district owned by
the latter. Good luok, boys.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Dread and rastry than
Any pthcr Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It. '
Rov. O.W. Hill returned to Hilo
by to day's steamer.
Mrs. Ilickoy will bo trifd on
tbo 18th for assaulting and butter
ing nor husband.
Gardner K. Wildor, tho wide- (
awako Milo editor and attorney,
leaves for homo today.
Hollister & Co. quoto Thomas
Carlylo in calling attention to
thoir soothing specialties.
Tho stoamor Einau will return
on Wednesday of next wook, in
stead of Tuesday as scheduled.
Tho Kinau was over an hour
lato in gotting off, owing to tho
largo amount of freight offoring.
Every berth on tho Kinau was
takon last night, aud many in
tending paBsongors had to remain
Tho inquest on tho Japaneso
found dead at Palama on Sunday
has boon again postponed till
M. R. Countoi, a master in tho
craft, has now chargo of the re
pairing department of E. A. Jac
Captain narry Evans of tho
harbor polico ib looking for a
couple of deserters from tho
Jossio and one from tho Glado.
Tbo dedication of tho Castlo
Memorial organ takos place this
ovoning at Pauahi hall. Tho ex
cellent musical program, will
undoubtedly draw out a large at
tendance. Hon. r. C. Jones will bo able
to celebrato the anniversary of
tho battle of Bunkor Hill tomor
row on tho battlofiold itself, as ho
should have boon in Now York
for Bomo days past.
Kawai was given throo months
on the reef this morning after
pleading guilty of stealing a $4.50
breast pin from tho individual
known in tho classic precincts of
tho "jug" as "Sweet Enialia."
The Star is Bonding mon out to
enquire about tho circulation of
tho othor dailies. If they want
to know wo will state that our
subscription list numbers 1381,
including thrco now ones today.
Senators Northrup nnd Lyman
and Eopresontatives Richards and
liycrof t loft for homo by tho Kinau
today, llio delegation from Ha
waii dosorvo an ovation from their
constituents and they are protty
suro to got it.
Arthur Harrison's two-Btory
stono houso at tbo intorsoction of
Alapai, Lunalilo and Kinau streots
is all covored in, and shows that
it is going Jo bo ouo of tho hand
somest, as it will bo tho most sub
stantial dwelling in town.
Tomorrow is tho 121st anniver
sary of tho battlo of Bunker Hill
and in honor of tho day tho an
nual mooting of tho Hawaiian So
ciety, Sons of the Revolution, will
bo hold at the offico of tho Safo
Deposit Company at 3 p. m.
In tho caso of V. Luanda
charged with malicious injury in
"throwing stones into tho houso of
another Portuguese, Judgo do la
Vergno this morning granted a
motion to dismiss after hoaring
tho testimony of prosooution.
Wilfrod BurnB, tho circus man,
Eorformor and ownor, who has
eon so soriously illj is on tho
mond rapidly. Tho circus pooplo
will givo Mr. BurnB a big bonefit
on Saturday ovoning next. A fine
bill, introducing many novelties,
will bo rondorod.
Two Japaneso named Kabaya
shi wore arrested yesterday whilo
endeavoring to pass a raised
check on Spreckols & Co.'s bank.
Tho chock had boon raised from
$23 to $203. Tho Japs will havo
thoir trial on tho 19th. A third
Jap was arrested this morning in
connection with tho same caso.
An oldorly man was found by
an officor peacefully sleeping tho
sleep of tho just on Nuuanu street
between 11 nnd 12 last night.
The oQicor tried to stand him on
his feet but his foot had loBt thoir
affinity for tho sidewalk, while it
was hard to get his head away
from it. Although ho Bworo ho
had not a drink in him Judge do
la Vorgno brought his X rays to
boar on him and ho was fined $2
Misa Gushington How did you
feel when you found tlint tho ship
would suroly go down in ton
Captain Salted -I folt for a
life-preserver. Molbourno Timos.
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Roxort.
is a roliablo specific for soro
or inflamed oyes.
This eye-water does moro
than clcanso; it destroys tho
poison and soothes tbo eye.
By doing all this it controls
tbo inflammation. Trico 25
cents por bottlo. Booklet
giving full directions with
Has jugt recoivod ox W. H.
1 1 THE I. X. L I !
3 Balloons, Auiorictui aud Hawaiian Flags, Decorating Buut
J ings, Shields, etc., for tho
8ay Those goods aro now
I and will bo sold at tho lowest
BiS"" Island orders promptly attended to
The I X L,
Corner Nuuanu and King streots.
P. O. Box -180. -a
1 iiivu yxw
BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ico with sensible people. Wo mako no
bluff and oiler no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Eit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alono
and wo behind thorn.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
To My Patrons;
It gives mo much ploasuro
to announce that MR. M. R.
COUNTER, ono of tho most
BKilled watchniiikers evor in
those Islands, is now mnmiging
my repairing departmont. No
watch is so complex in its
mechanism but wo can givo ppr
feot Pitisfnction in correcting
tho evils to which watches are
boir. Watches are delicnto
thing-? to handle. Wo gnnrantco
thut they will rccotvo no injury
at our bunds and will leavo
our utoro in perfect iojair.
E. A. JACOBSON.
June 14, 1 bay liorsc, branded "GQ" on
left kind Ii-jr, white spot on forehead and left
hind leg white.
Jii'ie 14, I buj horse, branded "D" on left
hind lee;, white spot on forehead and both
hind legs white.
June 14, 1 bay horse, branded "M" on right
Alt persons owning tho above-mentioned
animals are hereby notified to present their
claims within the time specified bylaw, fall
lug which, they will be sold at public auctlsn
at the UflTcrnmcnt pound at Makllcl, on Sat
urday the 18th day Of June, 1890, at 13
Dimond n largo invoice of
and fresh of tho best quality.
K Tolophouo -178. L
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITovb Street.
L LNEN LAOE1LINEN LACE!
The very article for trimming Underwear, 4 inches
wide, 10c a yard or $1 for a dozen yards
POINT DE IREL AJSTD LACE I
Just the Laco for Trimming Wash Dresses, 5 inches
wide, for 25c a yard, 7 inches wide for 30c a yard. . .
COTTOjST MAXTJtfSJi! LA.CES!
At 20c a yard.
Pretty Narrow Edgings, 15 yards for$l. ,
Great ': Seduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, EVIay 27th,
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF
Muslins reduced to
15 Yards for $1.00.
Brown Cottons reduced from '
10 to 16 Yards for $LOO. '
White Cottons reduced from
14 to 20 Yards for $1.00.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. G. SILV.&., : : : Prop.
THE LAST DAYS
Waterliouse Great Bargain
mr S AL F,
To close 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 a Tain O'Sbautor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, kac&s and Embnttorles sUll a Great Variety I'
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Mnrvelously Cheap.
LADIES' nnd MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripes and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection o FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch.
BSy This Salo must soon closo. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo tlo
siro to mako special montion of tho
won so flat
i t s o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
is now being introduced hero;
This plow is tho plow "par cscollenco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Another Bpocialty is our immonso variety of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just recoivod a now lot. "We Fkame
Piotuiies at Eastern prices. Planters should bear in mind that our
VACUUM OIL'S uro tho best made and aro winning their way into
tho graces of every engineer who uses them. SLACK it BROWN
LOWS FILTERS, tho improved household fdtors, havo met with so
kind a recoplion that, although in uso for twouty years, there haB
novor been a complaint mado by tho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware. . Co., Ltd,
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD & BROWN 1'IANO.
lias au oxteHcnt tone and lain lino coudi-
tion. Will bo uolil clioai) for cash,
. AddroBS L. T.
105-tf Bulletin Ofllco.
1'REMIbES ON L1LIUA tJTHEET, DL
redly opposite School street. Rent $IE
J. M. MONdARRAT.
Oartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
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