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EVENING BULLETIN, JUE 23, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Now goods at Iwakanii's.
A Gartonborg and family re
turned by the Australia.
Hugo Fisher's studio is with
"Williams tho photographer.
Gue. A. Mauor of tho Hawaiian
liotol harbor shop i3 homo again.
Dividond on Hawaiian Sugar
Co.'b Btock payable on Saturday.
Tenders close at noon tomor
row for Board of Health supplies.
Miss Olarko has gono to Kahu
kn for a few dnysvisit to 'rela
tives. Tho band will play at tho hotol
this evening. Program in anothor
Entries for tho bicycle races on
Saturday close at Thrum's to
morrow. Tho St. Louis collogo perfor
mance drew out a large audionce
Mrs. Dr. Wood roturned on tho
Australia from a visit to rolativos
Mrs. Houdletto, wife of tho
Australia's popular captain, ac
companies her husband on this
Mrs. Hatch, wifo of tho Minis
ter to "Washington, is on a visit to
her mother, Mrs. Hawes, in Cali
fornia. Tho Hawaiian baud will play
tho solection eutitlod " Company
D Minstrels "for tho 2C9th timo
Editor H. M. Whitney in tho
Plantors' Monthly for Juno gives
an orticlo on his recent .trip to
Hilo and Olaa.
It did not tako the ball commit
too of tho Fourth of July arrange
ments long to secure an extra ap
propriation of S350.
Minister Damon is homo again.
Ho speaks well about tho way ho
was treated by San Francisco
officials and business men.
Among the arrivals by yester
day's steamor wore T. M. Starkoy,
A. L. Louisson, Turn McGrow
and George S. Waterhouso.
Miss Florence Sharpo leaves by
tho Mikahala this evening for a
month's visit to her sister, who is
teaching school at Kekaha.
Professor Koobolo rocoived an
other consignment of insect-eating
bats from California yesterday
and turned them loose last night.
W. G.Irwin itCo.issuo through
tickets from Honolulu to all
points in tho United States for tho
'steamor Australia Bailing an Mon-'
"Tho way of tho transgressor,
is hard," but the man who drinks
plenty of Seattle boor at tho Crite
rion will loso all desire to trans
gress the laws.
It must not be forgotten that
among tho attractions of tho
Fourth of July will bo a game oE
baseball between tho Houolulus
and tho Kamohamohas. These'
clubs should put up n pretty
It is proposed by a nnrabor of
citizens who have proporty lying
idle at Makiki to form tho Mnkiki
Union Onion Company. Tho idoa
is to plant tho vacant lots with
onions and control tho onion
market of tho islands.
Tho Criterion saloon is boing
repainted, repaired and re-arranged.
Tho two Charlies aro bo
ing gilded with goldloaf in order
to improve thoir appearance and
ulso to enable thorn to light up
tho place without tho use of so
many olootrio lamps.
Mr. White, n lawyer of Now
York, is a passonger in tho ship
Tillio E. Starbuok which arrived
from Portland this morning. Ho
is making tho round trip with
Captain Curtis. Speaking to u
Bulletin reporter this morning,
Mr. White said that Honolulu is
a much prettier place than ho ox
pected. Ono prominent citizen who put
his namo down for $10 on tho
Fourth of July subscription list
says ho is going to pay in S5 in
American dollars and S5 in Kala
kauas, and tie a Btring to each of
thorn, so that if tho Atnpricau dol
lars got into tho Hawaiian cele
bration or vice vorBa ho can pull
them back into tho proper chan
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Jjt Your Grocer For It.
T. 0. Jones expects to reach
homo by tho Australia of July
A.V. Gear has additions to 'for
salo" and "for rent" in his col
umn. A now quil beautiful lot of pic
ture frames just received at King
Piov. Bon Dillon will lecture
this evening on the "Animality of
No British sovereign has veto
ed a Parliamentary bill during
tho last 185 years.
Eat, drink (Soatllo Boor) and
pay for it, for tomorrow you will
want somo more.
Tho Call has a column inter
view and largo picturo of P. 0.
Jonos in its issue of tho 12th.
Thoro woro no arrests made this
morning although a number of
warrants aro out for certain malo
faelors. Ioola Keakuhi was fined $2 and
S3 costs' for aBsaultin'g ono of his
countrymen by Judge do la
Tho Critorion is being pat in
order to accommodate tho large
increaso in patronago attracted
thoro by Seattle Boor.
Betting on tho Corbett-Sharkey
fight is 2 to 1 that Corbott will got
tho decision and oven monoy that
Sharkey will last the four rounds.
Tho assault and battery chargos
on which F. Arson and M. Spulis
woro arrosted last night woro
nollo pros.'d in tho District Court
Bruco Waring & Co. havo
moved into thoir new office
formerly Mrs.Lack's store where
Miss Loderor the typowritor is
also to bo found.
On Saturday laBt Queen Victo-,
ria completed tho fifty-ninth yoar
of her reign, having succeeded her
uncle. Kincr Willinm IV. nn flm
20th of Juno, 1837.
The closintr ioiut exhibition nf
tho preparatory and manual de
partments or ivamenameha schools
takes place this evenincr at 7:30
in tho gymnasium.
An oifor of free tuition in tho
work is made to all willing to en
gage in kindergarten teaching.
Application should bo made to
Mrs. Hydo as soon as possible.
Gouoral W. H. Dimond of San
Francisco, father of W. W. Di
mond of Honolulu, was dying in
Now York at last tolegraphio ad
vices before the Australia sailed.
Seattle boor is tho proper food
for old and young. It rostoros
tho olastioity and bloom of youth
to tho aged and infirm, and will
euro consumption, if you take
Kong Leo Huug pleaded guilty
of peddling chofa tickets and
Judge do la Vorgno ordered his
handsomo clork to deduct $25 and
costs out of thQ S100 ho had in
his charge as bail monoy.
Besides its uso for stove pur
poses the Red Crown Gasolino
qtovo by King Bros, is suporior to
any preparations made for remov
ing oil, grease or paint stains from
tho hands or clothing.
Mr. Igarashi, tho Japaneso in
spector of tho Bureau of lmmi
cration. tocether with a ronreson-
tativo of Ogura & Co. and the
Japanese Consulate, loft by tho
Hall this morning to investigato
tho labor riots at the Olowalu
Four Japanoso dosorted from
tho Charleston on Sunday and
only ono of 'thorn has boon cap
tured. Officer Toina was away on
a picnic excursion with Prosidont
Dole, W. G. Irwin and othors
when tho desortions woro roportod,
but hopes to capture tho other
throe boforo tho Charleston loaves.
Tho case of Edward Woodward
plaintiff in error, vs. Ropublio of
Hawaii, defendant in error, is
still in tho Supromo Court. A.
S. Humphreys made the oponiug
argument for plaintiff, beginning
yesterday morning and conclud
ing this morning at 11:10. Mr.
Thurston is now making the ar
gument for tho defendant. The'
pluiutifTs assign twenty-three er
rors to tho lower court.
, Elsowhoro is a rough sketch of
Hugo Fisher's painting" entitled
'Forgotten," briefly mentioned in
this paper tho other day. Mr.
Fishor has established a studio at
Williams' photograph gallery.
Highest of all in Loaveuiug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
is a roliublo specific for soro
or inflamed oyes.
This oyo-wator does moro
than cloanso; it destroys tho
poison and soothes tho oyo.
By doing all this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
cents per bottle. Booklet
giving full directions with
Has just rocoived ox W. H. Dimond a largo invoice of
alloons, American and Hawaiian Flags, Decorating Bun
ings, Shields, etc., for tho
j. 4TH OF
Ri3y Those Poods nro now
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H ana win no soiu at tno lowest
B3 Island orders promptly attended to
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ra Oornnr Xlllinrm mid TCinr cfrnnJa
P. O. Box .480. -&a
BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ico with sensible people. Wo mnko no .
bluff and ofler no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and style. They stand alone
and wo behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
40'5 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Take an Outing1
Trains will lunvoat 9:15 a.m.
audl:45p Jt., arriving in Hono
lulu nt. 3:11 and 5:55 l Jr.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ "fiO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 76
Waianaa I 50 1 25
(Mrs. D'Arcy, Proprietress.)
Terms Reasonable I
Beretania, near Fort Street.
X. L. 1
find frnflli nf flin lioaf nnnlilv
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BST Telephone 478.
Sheets and Pillow Cases
A S-RBCIAITY.! "
SHEETS, full s'zo, hemmed all ready for uso, made of good
cotton, only 85o.
PILLOW CASES, all ready for use, only 20c.
and Pillow Gases!
HEMMEDSTITCH SHEETS, full size, all ready for use,"
PILLOW CASES, hemmedstitch ready for use, only 30c.
Great : Reduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, May 27th,
. WE WILL PLACE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF
Muslins reduced to
15 Yards for $1.QP. -
Brown Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $l.QO.
White Cottons reduced from
14 to SO Yards for $LOO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. Cr. SILVA,
THE LAST DAYS
To close out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further Seduction is ruado in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tdin O'Slmntor to a SlLK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Laces and Embroldaries still a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolonsly Cheap. '
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Blnok Stripos and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Solection o FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
BS" This Sale must booh closo. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. MTERHOUSE,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by ub, wo de
sire to mako special mention of tho
won bo ilat
i t s o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
irf now boing introduced here.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollonco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Anothor specialty is our iiuraonso varioty of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of whioh wo havo jxiBt received a now lot. "We Fiiame
PrcTUltES at Eastern prices. Plantors should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best made and aro winning tlioir way into
tho graces of bvory Qngincor who nsos thom. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved housohold filters, havo mot with so
kind a reception that, although in uso for twonty yoars, thoro has
never boon a complaint raado bytho purchasor. .
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
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