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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
W. H. Cornwell is in tho city.
First Regiment vs. Stars next
Tho Bishop of Panopolis re
turned on tho Olaudino.
Ministor Damon is oxpoctcd
'homo today by tho Australia.
Many hons and ducks were
roastod in tho firo this morning.
Evangolist B. Dillon pronchod
at tho Christian church last even
ing. Tho band will givo tho usual
coucort at Emma Square this even
ing at 7:30.
Captain Ahlborn and K. S.
Gjordrum woro passengers by tho
Co. D amateur minstrels will
give thoir performance at tho drill
lied next Saturday ovoning.
Nt&v isuuos, at jl. ju. i.uur-
otj rnv's carringo factory, will shoo
$Sb Y0ur horsos at bottom prices.
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.iV a now consignment of hav. crain
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James P. Thompson, clerk of
tho Circuit Court, will go to tho
' Coast on tho Australia for a short
Tho Star ball toam say they
won't do anything to tho First
Regiment team next Saturday
II. J. Nolto receives fresh
frozen oysters by tho Australia
for tho patrons of tho Beavor
Prof. Bon Dillon Will lecture
on Phrenology and Physiology
in tho Christian Church toniglit
at 7:30 p. m. Lecture free.
Central Union church was
crowded last night with thoso anx
ious to hear Bov. Mr. Birnio
speak on tho Sunday question.
Tho Amateur Athletic Club will
have a meeting at Y. M. 0. A. hall
this ovoning to consider matters
in connection with tho coming
Among tho Peru's careo on her
lust trip from China was 13,325
pounds of Chineso opium on
which tho duty paid at San Fran
cisco amounted to 879,950.
Tho third Sunday concert was
auother success. Although tho
heat kept many away from the
concert there wore more carriages
out in tho park than usual.
Having engaged a first-class
carriago painter from tho Coast,
tho Hawaiian Carriago Manu
facturing Co. propose to mako
that class of work a specialty.
Tho St. Louis College Dramatic
Club will givo a socond porform
anco of ''Falsely Accused; or,
""Waiting for tho Vordict,"tonight.
It will commenco at 7:30 sharp.
Tho Chiuoso cigar storo on tho
corner of Bothel and King streets,
which appears to havo been doing
a good business, was closed up by
tho Marshal this morning uudor
Curtis J. Lyons, who has been
confined to his house with norvous
liability for some weoks, is now
improving. It is hopod ho will
bo ablo to got around to his olllco
pretty soon, as the weather has
boon ucting badly during his ab
sence. Tho alarm of Tiro at 2:30 this
morning was turned in for a blaze
in a dwollincr oeounied bv Yee Wo
on Liliha Btroot. Tho department
was promptly on hand but owing
to tho distanco of tho house from
tho wator mains could do nothing
to save it.
Out of the 500 tax suits com
menced by Collector Shaw in tho
District Court judgment by default
has been entorod in most of thorn.
In some judgment has boon en
tered by confession but very few
of tho defendants put in au ap
pearance. Judge do la Vorgno
will havo anothor go at tho re
maining suits this aftornoon.
Numbers of sailors from tho
warships were seen under tho in
fluence of liquor on Sunday aftor
noon, and it is said that tho polico
aro aware of where at least somo
of them got tho supply. Licensed
dealers who faithfully observe
tho closo hours of thoir liconso
aro taking cognizance of a heavy
nnliconsed traffic that does not
hoed days nor hours.
DJIIFTED SNOW FLOUR
"V Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Mi Your Qrocer For It.
In Paris there is a wineshop for
every throe houses.
Captain Evans arrested a strag
gler from the Charleston today.
Two Chineso woro arrested to
day for having opium in posses
sion. Tho Australia was telephoned
at 2":lo this aftornoon, of! Koko
Hugo Fisher, tho artist, has
opened his studio in J. J.
Williams' photographic parlors.
The now largo Gurnoy Ro
frigerator, imported expressly for
tho Metropolitan Meat Company
by W. W. Dimond, will bo in uso
tomorrow. Tho now quarters of
this company aro as handsome as
any to bo seen anywhere.
Captain Evans and officer Lo
gan of tho harbor polico located
two desortors from tho Jessie Os
borno this morning and brought
them to the polico station. Thoy
will bo put on board just before
tho vessel sails tomorrow.
Tho program of tho closing en
tertainment of tho Kamehamoha
School for Girls, which comes off
this evoning at 8 o'clock, appears
in another column. The ontor
tainmout takes place in tho Ka
mohamohii Manuul Gymnasium.
Willio llawlins coes to Hilo on
Friday, to look after tho affairs of
his fathor, T. W. Bawlins, while
tho latter attonds to important
business in town, conneotod with
tho oxtonsion of Borotania to King
stroot. Tho extension goos through
Mr. Bawlins' property, and tho
work of romovmg buildings will
begin this week.
At tlio Ilont Lniidlntr.
A row occurred at tho boat
landing this morning. Three
mon woro ondoavoriug to dissuado
a drunkon sailor from going off
to tho Charleston and tho Boat
man was trying to got him into
his boat. Finally one of tho mon
struck tho boatman and laid him
out. Another of tho boatboys
took his companion's part and suc
ceeded in laying out tho first
assailant while tho rest of H1030
present onjoyed tho fun. Tho
sailor was eventually takon off to
his vessol, and it is safo to soy
there is ouo man who will not in
terfere with tho boat boys for a
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1890,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Gymnasium, Kamohamoha Manual.
1. Chorus "Rise, O, Night,". Abt
2. Becitation A Prayer. From
"In Memoriam" Tennyson
3. Biographical Sketch "Alfrod
Tonnysoh Julia Lovoll
4. Becitation "In "Westminster
Abbey," Memorial to Tenny
son Aubrey De Voro
5. Piano Solo "Titania" . . . Woly
G. Nature's Children.. .Tonnyson
Nine Kamohamaha Girls.
7. Becitation "In tho Children's
1. Piano Duot May Polo Dauco
i .1 Scharwenka
Boso Anahu, Elizabeth Wai-
2. Skotoh "Idyls of the King"
3. Becitation "The Bugle"
'1. Chorus "Dragon-Flies"
5. Fancy March.
G. Becitation "Crossing the Bar"
7. Chorus "Slumber Song"....
Kamehameha Girls' Call.
BST" No admission feo. ' Tho
publio aro cordially invited.
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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 1896.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Boport.
is a reliable specific for sore
or inflamed eyes.
This oyo-wator does more
than cloanso; it destroys tho
Soisou and soothes tho .eye.
iy doing all this it controls
tho inllammutiou. Prico 25
cents per bottle. Booklot
giving full directions with
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Has just rocoived ox "W. H. Dimond a largo invoice of
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m AJituuu-o, auiuu.iwi umi Jiiiwuiniu xuags, jecoraiing uunt-Si-j
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8ST Thoso goods aro now
2 1 and will bo sold at tho lowest
B Island orders promptly attondod to
The I X L,
Corner Nuuanu and King streets.
P. 0 Box 480. -3 ' Ur Telephone -178.
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ico with sonsiblo pooplo. Wo mako no
blufl' and ollbr no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upqn tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alono
and wo behind thorn.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Port Stroot, Honolulu.
Take an Oiiting
. . . , SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. M.
aisd 1:45 P. m., arriving in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 and 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Glass
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 ' 1 25
(Mrs. D'Arcy, Proprietress.)
Terms Reasonable I
Borotania, near Forfc Street.
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ira .u a. . - in
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and frosh of tho best quality,
A SPECIALTY !
N. S. SACHS.:
' 520 Forb Street.
SHEETS, full size, hemmed all ready for use, made of good
cotton, only 85o.
PILLOW CASES, all ready for use, only 20c.
and Pillow Cases !
HEMMEDSTITCH SHEETS, full size, nil ready for use,
PILLOW OASES, hemmedstitch ready for use, only 30c.
Great : Becluction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, May 27th,
AVE WILL PLA.CE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OP
Muslins reduced to
15 Yards for $1.00.
Brown Cottons reduced ft'om
10 to 16 Yards for $LOO.
White Cottons reduced from
14 to SO Yards for $1.00.
TEPflPLE.OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. G. SILVA,
THE LAST DAYS
To closo out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Sale a still
Further Reduction is mado in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and GAPS, from n Turn O'Shnntor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Lacas and Embroideries atill a Great, Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripes and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soldction o FLOWERS, 10o a Bunch.
. ESS?" This Snlo must booh closo. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo do
Biro to mako special montion of tho
won bo llat
i t b o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
is now boing introduced lioro.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollenco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work o throo ordinary plows.
Anothor specialty is our immonso variety of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just received a now lot. "We Frame
PI0TU1.E8 at Eastern prices. Plantors should boar in mind that our
"VACUUM OILS aro tho best mado and aro winning thoir way into
tho gracos of ovory ongiuoor who uses thorn. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved honsohold filters, havo met with so
kind A rocoption that, although in use for twenty years, there has
never been a complaint mado bytho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
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