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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 20, 189G.
LOCAL, AND GENERAL.
Jnpnucso wrestling again to
oiight. Tlio in com o tax law wont into
Company D. Minstrels tomor
row night at 8.
Dr. Eowftt baa n brand now boy,
Colored and uncolored photos
of island sconory at King I3ros',
The newest Buttorick patterns at
Mrs. Hanna's. Many novoltios in
tbo pattern lino.
Extensive improvements and
alterations aro buing mado to tho
Tho oflicors of tho Adams hold
one of their receptions this aftor
jiooii from 3 to G.
There was n vory largo attend
ance ut tho St. Louis CoUego baud
coucert last night.
According to advices by tho
Mariposa tho Miowora is not duo
hero until tomorrow.
Tho "Wilder Steamship Com
pany will pay tho usual quarterly
dividend on tho 27th.
Sheriff Wilcox of Kauai .was
one of tho outgoing passongors
on tho MaripoBa yesterday.
AVildor & Co. aro going to have
on elaborate Bign over tho, front
door of thoir steamship, oflico.
Matorial for tho construction of
tho now Love block on Fort stroot
is boing hauled to tho ground.
Rov. Dillon will, lecture on
"Lovo, Courtship and Marriago"
at tho Christian church tonight.
Company H. will not drill this
ovening, as tho ball has been
given to tho Minstrels for tho
Tho minstrels will havo posses
sion of tho drill shed this evening
for a full dress roheurual of to
Anybody who tries tho Woston
holm pocket cutlery sold by tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co. will not
look for any other.
Tho bicycle races will take placo
at Kapiolaui park Saturday, Juno.
27th, at 3 p. m., under the aus
picoabf tho H. A. A. 0.
Tho finost lino of dimities,
muslins and lawns, in Persian
and Drosdon patterns, havo just
been opened at N. S. Sachs'.
Mrs. Ellis Mills, wife of tho
United States Consul-Goneral, loft
by tho Mariposa yesterday for a
visit to relatives in Virginia.
A petition to Minister King is
boing circulatod asking that tho
Department of tho Interior take
chargo of tho street spriukliug.
Tho Bulletin is requested to
state that Major Bartlott did not
leave on tho Mariposa yesterday
as stated in tho morning papor.
Jack Waibol took tho S. S. Ki
nau for a trip to Maui this morn
ing. He will return Sunday and
leave by tho Australia for the
Theo. H. Davios & Co. havo
hod a brick addition mode to
thoir' promises on Kaahumanu
street which will give them some
much-needed room for privato
A number of now Chinese
dressmaking establishments havo
lately been opened in town, nud
what iB more thoy aro all crowded
with work, their customers in
many instances boing wealthy
Several Punahou boys wero
passengers in tho steamor Kinau
for Hawaii today, and intend to
Bpend tho night on deck in tho
moonlight. They aro all musi
cians, and will pass owoy tho time
in singing ond playing.
Dr. 0. B. Cooper has boon com
missioned as regimental surgeon,
with the ronk of major; Dr. James
T. Wayson as surgoon of tho First
battalion, with ronk of captain,
and Dr. II. P. Myers surgoon of
tho Second battalion, with rank of
At tho request of tho Stars tho
Baseball Association has consent
ed to fix tho timo of next Satur
day's gamo at 4 o'clock instead of
3:30 as previously advertised.
This will allow of Percy Lishmou
and Harry Wilder winning tho
bioyolo races boforo playing ball.
Tim Kinau hod a big passenger
list this morning.
, Mrs. 0. L. Wight loft on the
Kinau this morning.
Tho polico will not be in the
Fourth of July parade.
Boys' suits cheap as dust at
"Tho Kosh" oro advertised.
Great attractions aro advortisod
by tho Temple of Fashion.
V. Fornandoz issuos his card as
notary public and typo-writer.
xur. u. j.v. Agassus ana Bovon
othor tourists loft for tho Volcano
t Messrs. Shorploss and Lang
ridgo of tho Salvation Army loft
for Hawaii today.
Mrs. W. Geo. Ashley and fami
ly leave by tho S. N. Castlo for an
extended visit to tho Coast.
J. H. Cpnoy hasgono to Ha
waii to assist in bringing homo
his sister, Mrs. Eleanor Graham.
Mrs. Robort Rycroft and child
ren loft for their homo in Puna
by this morning's steamor, accom
panied by Mark Robinson's three
A small boy in red bloomer
suit, and o horn to toot, vodo
around on o biko with a bicycle
races udvertisomont on his back
S. B. Bose, who had rallied com
pletely from tho effects of on oper
ation, sat up a littlo while yester
day, but did not havo bo good a
night as should havo been ox-poetod.
A largo number of people avail
ed tlfomsolves of tho opportunity
of viowing tho paintings of Hugo
FiBhor, ot the Pacific Hardware
Company's rooms today. A num
ber of tho pictures have already
An effort is to bo mado to bring
Mrs. Eleanor Graham back from
Hawaii by tho Hall. That lady
is suffering from tho effects of a
sovoro fall and is scarcely ablo to
move. Mrs. H. Benies has boon
in attondanco on her since tho Oc
cident. Doputy-raorshol Hitchcock soys
tho itom in tho Star about his
wearing a now uniform on tho
Fourth is incorrect for several
reasons, among thom being the
facts that tho police will not
parade on that day, ho has no new
uniform, doosn't havo to wear any
and won't bo hero on that day.
Tho committeo of thirty-fivo
who havo in chargo tho celebra
tion of the 4th of July, havo
simmered tho programme down
to two events besides tho saluteB,
a ball ou the 3rd and literary ex
orcises on tho -1th.
Sovontoou ond ono half mem
bers as o ball committee, ond
soventeon and ono half members
as a literary committoo, would
about divide the events up
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
A mesas MTO wr8ufflP
Take an Outing
is a reliable specific for sore
or inflamed eyes.
This oyo-water does more
than cleanse; it destroys tho
Boison ond soothes tho eyo.
iy doing all this it controls
tho inflammation. Prico 25
cents per bottle. Booklet
giving full directions with
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
. Atk Your Grocer For It,
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant Btreot, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. I'. O.
Box 330. 340-tf
Hee Chang Theatre I
(Commencing at 0.30 P. M.)
Acrobatic, Gymnastio, Lodgordemain,
Sal Ah Ohiung, tho Faraons Chinese Pres
tidigitator nud Contortionist.
Go and Soo tho WHEEL of FIEE !
Ahito performers on tho Trapoze. Bar
nnd Stage. Admission 25 ts. 310 It
AT 7:30 P. M
SATURDAYS . . . .
. . . . SUNDAYS!
Tmins will bmvo ot 9:15 a. m.
and 1:J5 P. si., iirriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl Oity $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Wninnao 1 50
Wanted to Eent.
For August 1st bj a married couple a
smull cottage In Rood repairs. Location ou
the slopo of Punchbowl Hill preferred. Of
fers with prices plcnso send to tho ollleeof
this paper under "A. II." 33U-3t
During my absence from this country Mr I
Rubinstein has charge of all my affairs. All
rents due me are payablo to him at the of
lico of H j man Ilros.
339-31 M. 8. PEREIMA.
IS THE !. X. L
Has just received ex W. H. Dimond a largo invoice of
Balloons, American nnd Hawaiian Flogs, Decorating Bunt
t ings, Shields, etc., for the
4TH OF JUEY1
R These goods aro now nnd fresh of tho best quality,
nud will bo sold at tho lowest cash prices.
BET" Island orders promptly attondod to
The I X L.
Corner Nuuanu and King streets. 1
P. O. Box 480. tB8 8- Tolophono 178.
S. W. LEDERER.
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ico with sensiblo people Wo mako no
bluff and offer no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alone
and wo behind thom.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Port Street, Honolulu.
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs I
NOW OPEN AT's
N. S. SACHS'
. 520 EVrt Street.
. Dimities, JVIusIins $ Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN" PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors.
B2T PJRTOJBS WAY DO-WIST j
JSTew "Veiling, lSTew Laces,
Dresden Ribbons, Kid Gloves.
RIBBONS AND -:- LACES
A Large and Varied Assortment.
TT f TTp Q For Men, Women . .'
UilVJ-jO . and Children
AJSTOTI-I bH ATT R ACTION !
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
American, Flags fop the Fourth
EBP Everything just . received per
S. S. "Australia" at tho
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. O. SILWA.,
THE LAST DAYS"
Waterliouse Great Bargain
To close out tho Full Line of Goods placed in Our Sale a still
Further Reduction is mado in all Classe's of Goods.
HATS aud GAPS, from a Tarn O'Slmntor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, tacss and Embroideries still a Gseat Varlaty
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Mnrvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Bluok Stripos and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction o FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
( This Salo must soon close. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WflTERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ld
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo do
siro to mako special mention of tho
won so flaf
i t b o 1 f
tho United States and Canada and
IB now boing introduced hero.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollouco" for breaking aud cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of three ordinary plows.
Another specialty is our immouso variety of lino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just recoivad a now lot. "We FltAME
riOTUnus at Enstorn prices. Planters should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best made and. aro winning thoir way into
tho graces of ovory ongiuoor who uses thom. SLACK & BROWN
LOWS FILTERS, tho improved household filtors, havo mot with so
kind a rocoptiou that, although in uso for twenty years, thoro has
uovor boon a complaint mado byjtho p'urolmsor.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd;
TOUT STREET TEL. 10;
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