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W. S. Torn-, liiinoipnl of lltlo
)niiltg SIm1, is In Ilia ufty.
H1lt in to Iiuh ii now jntt nixl
pIihuIi! lm o)ri(MioiiiUiiy happy.
4. IttttWti mm! Wf hih! H. H.
Html hmI vir fire hore from Ko
hnln. 'lit IriIIm havn HMwtwiion of
ilia Pnailie Tonnin wmiiIh thin
Attorney G. J'. Little of I Mo
linn uoine up (o t!i Suprume
Cttlorwl mid unoolorod photos
of inland Hoonory at King Bros',
J. F. Clny liiiB gono to Knuni to
reoupehite nflur his arduous legis
Mrs. W. O. Smith aud Mrs. L.
M. Thurbton left for Maui by last
Misses Zimmcrs aud Munroo of
tho Salvation Army arrived from
Hilo by the Kinau.
The cnptniu and officers of the
U. S. S. Adams will be "at homo"
on Friday from 4 to 0.
Manager Hendry of the Hawai
ian Hardware Coinpuuy returned
from Hawaii this morning.
Tho Co. D. "Minstrels are hav
ing nightly rohoarsuls in prepara
tion for thoir show next Satur
day. A rotten electric light polo at
tho Hawaiiau hotel fell last night,
nearly crushing a man named Ka
nlukoi. Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, Mrs. Hugh
Gunn and Mrs. T. G. Thrum are
among those who are booked to
leave on tho Australia.
Tho well-known play, "Under
Two Pings," will bo given by Co.
B.,N. G. H., in tho drill shed
about tho first part of August.
Tho Prince of "Wales wears a
No. 7 boot; Mr. Gladstone, Lord
Salisbury and Mr. Chamberlain a
No. 9 boot, and tho Queen a No. 2
Hugo Fisher has sold his
picture, "Forgotten," a rough
sketch of which appeared in yes
terday's Bulletin, to W. C.
"Tho way of tho transgressor
is hard," but tho man who drinks
plonty of Seattle boerat the Crite
rion will lose all desire to trans
gress the laws.
Tho employes of the Oahu Bail
way have presented tho mother of
young Hodrigues, tho brakoman
who was recently killed at tho do
pot, with a purse of $102.
Captain L. E. Atwator, lately
first mate of the steamer Waiale
alo, has gone to Niihau to super
intend tho erection of ,a derrick for
handling freight and live cargo.
Tho Board of Health will meet
this afternoon. Among other
business will bo tho awarding of
contracts for supplios, tenders for
which wore received up to noon
Tho closing exercises at St.
Paul's school, Makapala, North
Kolmln, Hawaii, will take place
on Thursday, July 9. Tho school
will reopen after tho vacution
Tho champion fat man of tho
world is M. Canonborg, who is of
Swiss nationality, and woigliB
over 5G0 pounds. His health is
excellent, and his nppotito takes
in enough food for fivo persons.
Chiof Engineer Hunt of tho
Firo Department Bays thoro is
nothing tho matter with tho hy
drant at tho corner of Adams lano.
Tho wasting of wator is all caused
by dofectivo couplings and Bprink
lors belonging to tho carts.
At a mooting of Co. B. yester
day ovoning, two now mombors
wero elected. The company also
decided to outor tho competitive
drill, whioh will como olt in about
two mouths. After tho mooting a
short, lively drill, with Liout.
. Jncobson in command, was had in
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ail Your Grocer For It.
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Malitty la uUiM(r wmly for
Ilia miMHHl rttftMltilliiit and Hwm
tuff. .liultft tta In Vergna Iihh nIk
oivti Hitit to dUpoMa of tliU after
Oh and hhh th prtin tttiKM "I l'10
IWtflo lUnluitra Coiujwii) h art
l- A. Kttlmufar iiMtxpmilwl I'omo
oh the Iwftlaui, duo tonight or to
Mrs. Parmalno wan badly stung
by wasps while walking in lior
garduu yesterday ovuniug.
Saturday's ball game will not
bo postponed, ill spite of roports
to the contrary in other papers.
Hugo Fisher's celebrated paint
ings are now on exhibition at tho
Pacific Hardwaro Company's art
Tickets for tho Amateur Mins
trels show will bo on salo at tho
store of Bouboii, Smith & Co.
It is said that tho Star baBoball
team oxpecla to win ovory game
this hohbou, and it is furthor suid
they will get badly loft.
Tho bicyclo racos will tako placo
at Kapiolani park Saturday, Juno
27th, ut 3 p. m., undor tho aus
pices of tho H. A. A. 0.
Row Bon Dillon will givo a
free lecture at tho Christian
church this ovoning on tho sub
ject, "Divinity of Man."
J. "W. Bergstrom is agont for
tho celobrated Kroogor pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Tuning and repairing. P. O. Box
887. Tolophono 317.
E. S. Cunha of tho Control
Union Art Parlors is tho proud
possessor of a freak in tho pino
applo lino, which ho has added to
the other attractions of that pop
The loBt Australia brought a
lot of oysters for cocktails and
cold, fresh Eulerpriso boor for
tho Merchants Exchango saloon,
wnicn itev. booloy ahnvr is uis
ponsing over tho counter.
The boys who have ontered for
tho half milo bicyclo boys' race
ou Saturday are training hard.
It is reported one of them mado
half a milo on King street last
night in 1:12, starting fromAthor
"When last heard of Commis
sioner Morsdou was making the
trip from Kukuihaole to Honokaa
on horseback. ThiB is one way of
walking through Hawaii, of which
so unwell was heard before tho
Josh Tucker, who lately served
his country in tho capacity of
Sergeant-at arms of tho Houso of
Representatives, returned on tho
"Vaialeale this morning from a
trip to Hamakua and Kohala dis
tricts. Ho roports plonty of rain
thoro and tho canofields looking
beautifully greon, giving assurance
of an abundant yield.
Biggs Hullo, old maul Briggs
Excuse mo, sir; you have the
advantugo of me. "Yes; I guess 1
have. Wo wore engaged to tho
sarao girl, but yon married her."
"When er man has 'is own
way," said Unolo Ebon, "he's
liiiblo' tor find fault job' do sumo'
'case folks didn't grub Mm nn'
hold Mm tor kcop 'im out'n
trouble." Washington Star.
No persons aro authorized
to contract for advertisements
or solicit for tho salo of tho
now Hawaiian Directory in
Honolulu, except myself and
J". B. Daniels. Furthermore, I
havo no connection whatever
with any San Francisco firm.
B. L. FINNEY.
is a roliablo Bpocific for soro
or inilinncd cycH.
This oyo-wator docs moro
than cleanse; it destroys tho
jioison and soothes tho oyo.
By doing all this it controls
tho iuilammation. Prico 25
cents per bottle. Booklot
giving full directions with
Has just rocoivod ox W. H.
ll 'THE S. X.-L 1 1
I Balloons, Amorican and Hawaiian Flags, Decorating B.unt
" B iugs, Shields, etc., for tho
g BS3" These goodn are now
laud will bo sola at tho lowest
S H J8S?" Island ordors promptly
The I X L,
Comer Nuunnu and King streets.
P. O. Box -180. "a B63 Tolophono -178.
BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ice with sonsiblo people Wo mako no
bluff and offor 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 them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Fort Street, Honolulu.
v r Ul-- l' H Ui'i lUporl
Take an Outing
i nmrmr rn i i'ii ii ii 1 1 1if in l
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TruiiiH will li-uvo at 9:15 a. m.
nndlMfir M , arriving in Mono
kill nt ;!:11 and fi:C5 1'. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
ltt Class 2d CUm
Pearl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50
(Mrs. D'Arcy, Proprietress.)
Tfii'ma Reasonable 1
Beretania, near IVrt Street.
Dimond a largo invoico of
and fresh of tho best quality, 3 0
cash prices. m&
A SPECIALTV I
SHEETS, full m hummed
cotton, onlv 85o.
PILLOW CASES, nil ready
and Pillow Cases !
HEMMEDSTITCH SHEETS, full si-., nil randy for use,
PILLOW CASES, hemmedstitch ready for use, only 30c.
Great : Bednction : Sale I
Bommencing Thursday. May 27th,
AVE AVILL PLACE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OP
Muslins reduced tp
15 Yards for $1.00.
Brown Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $1.00.
White Cottons reduced from
14 to 20 Yards for $1.00.
TEWIPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. 0. SILVA., : : : IProp.
THE LAST DAYS
To close out tho Full Line of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tarn O'Sbnuter to n SILK BEAVER.
Rftbajis, Laces and Embsolfaries still a Great, Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Morvelonsly Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripes and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Lnrgo Selection o FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch.
B3S This Salo must soon close. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Among tho thousand nnd ono use
ful articles handled by ur, wo de
Biro to mako special montion of tho
won bo flat
toring a v
i t 8 o 1 f
tho United States and Canada aud
is now being introduced hero.
Tina plow is tho plow "par excellence" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of throo ordinary plows.
Another Bpocialty is our iramoiiBO varloty of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just received n now lot. "Vn Frame
Piotuiies at Eastern prices. Plantors should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best mado and aro winning thoir wav into
tho cracos of ovory engineer who uses thorn. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved housohold filters, havo mot with bo
kind a rocoption that, although in use for twonty years, thoro has
uov,or beon a complaint mado bytho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
FOKT STREET, TEL. 10:
nil rndy foi' ustj inflllttfiigffiall
for uho, only 20c.
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