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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 25, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Five now sugar mills aro on tbo
way to this city.
Tho band will play at Thonias
squnro this ovoning.
J. N. Wood, a Hilo morchaut,
iB in town on business.
.Peter Lucas' now house at Ma
kiki is nearly comploted.
Tho June Delineator has been
received nt Mrs. Ilanua's.
Tho Mariposa had forty-four
through cabin passongors.
A Japanoso shoo factory is to
bo established in San Francisco.
Tho mounted resorvo woro civon
ti drill last night by Captain Car-
Earthquakes were frenuont in
Samoa during tho hitter part of
Colored and uncolored photos
of islaud sconory at King Bros',
Tho Advertiser's sporting editor
must have run ovoi; a barrel hoop
latoly while out cycling.
It is said tho Kahuku planta
tion will pass tho usual dividend
this month and pay a final ono
after tho clean-up.
Tho bioyclorace3 will take placo
at Kapiolani park Saturday, Juno
27th, at 3 p. m., under tho aus
pices of tho H. A. A. 0.
Dr. Peterson is still tho Gov
ernment physician at Ewa. Dr.
Woddick takes tho position of
physician to the plantation.
Tho Mariposa's passongors for
this port woro Colouol Santa
Maria and wife, W. J. Beck, Mr.
Agussiz and Edwin Harrow.
Extensive improvements and
alterations aro to be mado to
Captain Whitney's residenco on
Emma street in tho near future.
The salo of tickots for tho Min
strel 'entertainment on Saturday
night commenced at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'b this morning at 'J
Tho English, Germans and
Americans in Apia got into a
squabblo ovnr invitiitious to tho
ball givon in honor of tho Quoon's
. jLi y Tho Progressive Educator for
haiualuna. Its proof reading or
correcting is wretched, and its
The Waianao plantation pooplo
will do away with thoir old ma
chinery at tho mill and substitute
tho very latest improvements in
tho manufacture of sugar.
This is tho rogular meeting
night of tho Y. M. 0. A. orohestra
and ovory mombor is expected to
bo on hand or olso contribute 620
for the purohaso of now music.
Ewa stockholders drew down
nnothor dividoud today nnd there
aro many smiling faces about
town in couscquenco. Tho Kohala
Sugar Company also pay a divi
dend. Seattle boor is tho propor food
for old and young. It restores
tho olastioity and bloom of youth
to tho aged and infirm, and will
cuio consumption, if you tako
Tho Salvation Army people had
n rousing meeting last night whon
Adjutant and Mrs. Simonson, who
arrived on tho Australia, mado
thoir first appearaueo beforo tjie
In addition to the statements in
his letter, Mr. Rawlins desires to
contradict tho roport that Paul
Boaunal was "buriod by tho au
thorities." His funeral waB at tho
expense of Mr. RawlinB.
The sidewalk in front of tho
i pumping station lot on Berotania
street iB in a dangerous condition
, and has boon so since tho build
ing was finished. If tho lot,, had
been ownod by privato parties
they would have boon corapollod to
fix it beforo now.
Accordiug to tho small boy's
mystorious calendar, thiB is hoop
Boason, and tho youngsters may
bo soon racing thoir hoops up and
down the streots. They have a
great varioty of hoops; some aro
of bamboo oil old sake tubs, some
aro of iron, and others are tho
r wooden rims and rubber tiros of
old bioyclos, bosidos tho woodon
hoops of barrols of all kinds and
i . DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mafas Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your 0 root r For II,
Japaueso wrostlors tonight.
Arohio GilfiHan is under tho
wonthor from the effects of a bad
Is it not about timo to think
about 8omo Fourth of July deco
rating? A small cottago iB wanted by
August 1st by a married couplo.
The Mariposa'd ofilcors expect
to reach San Francisco next
Otto Eobo, who has boon visit
ing friends in tho city, returns by
tomorrow's Kiuau to Hilo.
The Supremo Court in two de
cisions ordors a now trial of
Byruo vs. Allou and others.
Thoro will bo n public band
concert at St. Louis collego this
ovouiug, commencing at :.iv.
I Prof. Ben Dillon lectures at tho
Ohrirttiau Church tomorrow oven-
ltirr nit ''T.rtvn flniirfaliin nrwl Af.
m Tho Einau will rush things a
littlo on tho next trip so as to got
back to Honolulu early on Friday,
Thoro will boa mooting, at 7:30
o'clook this evening, of the Amer
ican Fourth of July Committee at
tho Arlington hotol.
Tho Gheong Hung War Com
pany havo a notico in this ibbuo
concerning tho purchaso of a rico
plantation at Wailua, Kauai.
During M. S. Poroira's absence
from tho country Mr. I. Rubon
stein will attend to his business
at tho oflico of Hyman Bros.
J.A. Hoppor has had tho front
of his mansion at King and Like
liko street ronovatod and painted
so that it shines like a palace.
Deputy-Attornoy Gonoral Dolo
left by the Iwalani at noon to
represent tho government at tho
term of tho Circuit Court to bo
held at Honokaa.
Captain Harry Evans of tho
harbor police captured a deserting
sailor from fho Commodore today.
Ho was found stowed away amoug
tho ballast on tho Fresno.
Robert P. Grier is ono of tho
livoliost of the Mariposa's through
passongors. Ho was loaded with
loiB and escorted to tho steamer by
a number of his Honolulu friends.
Two native couples wore married
at tho residonca of Mr. Laurence
K. Sheldon at Iwilei this morning
by Bov. Waiamau. A luau is in
progross, and tho happy pooplo
aro having a good time.
Managor Dillingham of the
Oahu Railroad mill Land Com
pany says planting will commonco
this fall on the now plantation be
low Ewa. Arrangements for tho
pumping plants, etc., aro about
Mr. Agassiz, who arrived on tho
Mariposa today, is a grandson of
tho celebrated scientist. Colonel
Santa Maria, who came on tho
same steamer, is a Peruvian gen
tleman of means, who with his
wifo is making a tour of tho world.
Charles Creighton has so far
recovered from his recont illness
as to be able to drivo out and at
tend to some necessary business.
He says ho is ono of tho fow who
havo lived to toll about the ar
rangements for his own funeral.
After tho first of tho month ho
will bo found, in conjunction with
A. G. Corroa, in his now offices in
tho promises formerly occupied
by Lindsay's jewelry store.
Wanted to Kent.
For August ltt by n married couple a
small cottaco In Rood repairs. Location on
thu slopo ot I'uncubowl Hill preferred. Of
fers with prices please scud to the olllce of
tills paper uuder "A. Ii." S3'J-3t
Ppvof. j3en Dillon
AT 7:30 P. M.,
Highest of all in Loavouing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
is a roliablc specific for sore
or inflamed eyes.
This oyo-wator does more
than cleanso; it destroys tho
poison and soothes tho oyo.
By doing all this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
cents por bottle. Booklet
giving full directions with
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Has just received ox W. II. Dimond a largo invoice of
Jjj Balloons, American nnd Hawaiian Flags, Decorating Bunt
" B ings, Shields, etc., for tho
3 S JR" Those goods are now
qBancl will bo sold nt tno lowest
BST" Island ordors promptly'attendod to
The I X L.
Corner Nuunnu nnd King streets.
P. O. Box -180. -a eST Tolophono 478.
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Cut no Ice with sonsiblo pooplo. Wo raako no
blufT and oflbr 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 Streot, Honolulu. '
Take an Outing
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. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:1G A. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 and 5:G5 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
ht Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiunao. 1 50 1 25
(Mrs. D'Arcy, Proprietress.)
Terms Reasonable I
Borctania, near Fort Street.
and fresh of tho best quality,
5 ' r a
Sheets and Pillow Cases
A SPBCIA.ITY !
N. S. SACHS"1
520 ITorfc Street.
SHEETS, full size, hemmed all ready for use, made of good
cotton, only 85c.
PILLOW CASES, all ready for use, only 20c. ,'
and Pillow CaSep !
HEMMEDSTITCH SHEETS, full si.c, all ready for Use,
PILLOW CASES, hemmedstitch ready for use, only 30c.
Great : Beduction : Sale !
Commencing Thursday, May 27th,
WE WILL PLA.OE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF
Muslins reduced to
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 $LOO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. Gc. SILV.A,
THE LAST DAYS
To closo out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further It eduction is mado in all Clnsses of Goods.
HATS nnd CAPS, from n Tarn O'SImntor to n SILK BEAVER.
Rlbtans, Iacss and Emkoldedss sMU a Great, Variety !
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Blnck Stripoa aud Balbriggnn.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection of FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
XflSS" ThiB Salo must soon closo. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Among tho thousand and pno use
ful articloa handled by us, wo do
Biro to makoapocinl montionof tho
won so flnt
i t s o 1 f
tho United StateB and Canada and
is now being introduced hero.
This plow is tho plow "par oscollenco" for broakiug and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Anothor specialty is our immenso variety of liuo PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just rocoived a now lot. We Fhame
PicTunus at Eastern prices. Planters should boar in miud that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best mado and nro winning thoir way into
tho graces of ovory engineer who uses thorn. SLACK fc BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved household fdtors, havo mot with so
kind n reception that, although in uso for twonty years, thoro has
never been a complaint mado bytyho purchasor.
Pacific Hardware Co.; Ltd,
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