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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 29, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Loclgo lo Progros moots this
Fourth of July.
W. H. Cornwoll and A. N. Hay
aoldon aro iu the city.
A now and beautiful lot of pic
turo frames just received at King
Mrs.E. F. Bickorton and Bon
loft for tho Orient by tho Coptic
Tho Fourth of July ball garao
will bo between tho Honolulus
Dr. F. Avordarn, manager of
tho Pacific Fertilizing Works, has
roturned from Kauai.
Tho Wavorloy Bicycle Agoncy
has something of great interest to
whoelmon in this paper.
Tho Poking brought .IGG con
tract Japancso who pro detained
at tho quarantine station.
Tho Poking brought somo Jap
anese frogs aucj quail for the
Commissioner of Agriculture.
J. I. Dowsott's fivo children and
two grandchildren leavo for a pro
tracted visit to tho Coast today.
James F. Moroan will soil wines
and liquors for II. Hackfold &
Co. at 10 o'clock on "Wednesday.
If the CitizonB' Guard should
parado on Saturday thoro would
bo fow .spectators of tho proces
sion. Among tho passengers on tho
Koauhou from Kauai on Saturday
wore ono policeman and two
Only two of thd members of tho
First Regiment ball team belong
to tho regiment, but that is enough
to swear by.
m Tho UBual band concert will bo
given at Emma square this ovon
ing. Tho program will bo found
in anothor column.
Tho ChineBO freight by tho Pe
king is to bo fumigated. Tho
Japancso freight was treated be
fore being shipped.
There will bo no minstrel per
formance on Saturday evening.
Tf imnHinr nrlVrmmiio in itivnn
it will bo on Saturday wook.
i Senator Baldwin and family
I- ' nnrYin mni rvn flirt .nlnniliiift i.nnln.
day. They leavo on tho Austra
lia for tho Coast this afternoon.
It is said that a flower has beon
discovered in South America
which is red in tho morning,
whito at noon and bluo at night.
. Thoro woro throo arrests this
norning, all natives. Ono was
for larceny', ono for uon-paymont
of taxes and tho other ia hold for
Tho passengers for this city by
' tho City of Poking woro Mr. ond
Mrs. It. S. Whitney, Mr. ond Mrs.
J. B. Trovqx, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Pierce and Mr. M. Matsuoka.
Thoro waB a good turnout at tho
Mokeo Island concort yesterday
afternoon and tho park was lined
with carriugep. Tho popularity
of Sunday concerts may bo consi
dered as settled.
Charlie McCarthy has gotovor
liis docorating fit and the Criterion
Saloon iB again in operation. Tho
wholo placo has boon renovated
t and everything shines liko a now
dollar. Tho new rofngerator will
bo down on tho next Australia.
Ono of Pain's arks ran off tho
track on King street yesterday
afternoon and tho pasBongors had
to get off and lift it on again by
main strength, thereby soiling
some of their best clothes and
making tho air bluo with sup
Price & Burns, tho circus men,
wore- successful in their replevin
suit to recover tho circus tent and
othor property wrongfully attach
ed. They obtained judgmont
from Judge de la Vorgne this
morning for tho return of tho pro
porty; 61 damagos and 81.30 costB
Tho feeling agiinst partici
pating in tho Fourth of July or
any othor parado among members
of tho Citizens' Guard is vory
general. Sovornl mombors objoct
ed strongly to the parado whon
interviewed by a Bulletin re
porter, saying .they did not join
tho organization for any such
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
hah Your Grocer For It.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Poroira loft
by today's Australia.
Who wns it that hold his man
down in tho slioot yesterday.
Tho approach -to tho Oceanic
dock is being macadamized.
Louis Keuako has roturned
from his vacation and iB again on
duty at tho postoflico.
Y. M. 0. A. Bible class this
ovoning. Subject, "Temptation."
All young men aro invited.
W. W. Dhriond loft on tho City
of Peking last night for San
Francisco, being called thoro by
tho recent death of his father.
In tho shoot between Cob. C and
7, 0. G., yesterday, Charlie Brown
of 7 defeated J. Ouderkirk'of G by
a scoro of 20 to 19 out of a pos
W. G. Irwin purchased sovoral
of Hugo Fisher's paintings during
the art sale at tho Pacific Hard
waro Company's parlors last
Tho Hui Hooulu Lalmi will
hold their regular monthly meet
ing on Wednesday morning, at
10 o'clock, ar tho Kapiolani Mat
Tho July Delineator, at Mrs.
Hanna's, contains lots of now
fashions aud interesting items
relative to tho vory latest styles
in matters of dross.
Bosidcs its uso for stovo pur
poses the Red Crown Gnsolino
stovo by King Bros, is superior to
any preparations made for remov
ing oiljgrenso or paint stains from
tho hands or clothing.
Tho Olowalu riot cases havo
been sottlod bv tho discharge
from tho company's employ of the
lunaauutwo Japanese ringleaders
concerned. Tho other Japs woro
released from jail and havo gone
back to work.
James F. Morgan will sell at
auction on Thursday, July 2d, at
10 a. m., at tho promises corner of
Kuikui street and Kukui lane, tho
furniture of sixteen rooms, togeth
er with collections of stamps and
coins, curiosities, ico-chest, otc.
Mr. Fromberg, who it was
thought was fatally injured at tho
Metropolitan market last week, is
getting bettor at tho Queon's
Hospital, although tho results to
his system cannot bo definitely
gauged ns yot.
Tho bridge leading from tho
Waikiki road to Makoo Island is
in a very shaky condition and
needs tho attention of tho author
ities. With tho increased attend
ance caused by the Sunday band
concorts all tho bridges in tho
park should bo overhauled and
A now schoolhouso and a
teacher's residence are to bo built
at Manana Pearl City during
vacation. The school' will take
tho placo of that now at Waiawa,
conducted by J. W. Smith. Thoro
aro more than a hundrod pupils
now in attondanco.
J. A. Hopper has had extensivo
repairs made upon his house on
King stroot. While a portion of
tho work was being dono a swarm
of bees, which had apparently
boon at work for years, was dis
covered, and upon making an
opening into tho hive upwards of
250 pounds of honey was found.
Mr. Burns of tho circus was in
a very critical condition yeBtorduy
and is Btill fooling oxtromoly ill.
Ho was conveyed to tho hospital
Saturday morning and at about
throe yesterday afternoon was
taken with a sovoro congestive
chill. For a whilo it was foared
that ho would not recover but ho
rallied toward nightfall and is
resting comfortably today.
AT THE 3UNNTKEL. SHOW.
Continued from 1st Page.
vulsed tho audionco. with laughter
ovor their Chineso impersona
tions. Tho performance conoludod
with a laughable after
pioco, entitled ''The Hawaiian
Medical Association," in which
Chester Doyle, Finnoy and Char
lock kopt tho audionco laughing
and sont them homo in a good
Too muoh praise cannot bo
given Professor Borgor and his
orchestra for tho excellent music
furnished, which added greatly
to tho pleasure of the affair.
MARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Office: 208 Merchant street, Cnmubell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's offlco. P. O.
Box 330. 3J0-tf
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
hubs aro machined down from a
solid bar of tool steel aud bored
by tho Quest aud most accurate
of automatic machinory. It is a
beautiful and interesting process
to all visitors to our factory, aud
tho results aro so superior to tho
ordinary methods of utilizing lap
brazed shoot steol, sections of tub
ing, and othor cost reducing make
shifts, that wo would bo glad to
discard it if wo woro making a
fow bicycles in connection with
somo othor business, but wo must
sustain our reputation for tho
highest gradb of workmanship.
No bicyclo can bo bottor than a
Waverley and our ono
CbQK FAIR PRICE djQK
pOO appeals to all. SpOO
T. W. Hobron, - - Agent.
King Stroot, ovor John Nott's.
Has just received ox W. H. Dirnond a largo invoice of
Balloons, American und Hawaiian Flags, Decorating Bunt-1
S Thoso goods nro now and fresh of tho best quality,
and will bo sold at tho lowest cash prices.
B" Island ordors promptly attended to
The I X L.
Cornor Nuuanu and King streets.
P. O. Box -180. tt
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ice with sensiblo people. Wo make no
bluff and oflbr no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and style. They stand alono
and wo behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Take an Outing
Trniis will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 and 5:55 P. M,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lat Class 3d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Eagle -:- House
CRUL KLEMME, Proprietor.
Airy, Commodious and Nowly
Furnished Rooms to Rent
AT GREATLY REDUCED RATE3
At this beautiful place. All modern conven
loucea. Fivo ruiuutes from tho Post Office.
Cars pass tho door.
P. O, Box 401.
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etc., tor tno
SSS- Tolophono 478.
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Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
520 ITorfc Street.
. Dimities, IVluslins Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
; Latest Combination of Colors.
PRICES WAY DO"WISr -a
JSTew Veiling, New Lacos,
Dresden Hibbons, Kiel Gloves.
&k Inspection solicited.
A Largo and Varied Assortment.
O TT ( TT1 O For Men, Women . .
OJTU.JLjO . . . and Children
AJSTOTBCiiiR A.TTRA.OTIOnST r"
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes' of
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. G. SILVA,
THE LAST DAYS
To close out tho Full 'Lino of Goods placed in Our Sale a still
Further Reduction is inado in all Classes of Goods.
HATS nrnl CAPS, from a Tarn O'Slmntor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Lacs? and Embroideries still a Great Variety !
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Murvolously Cheap.
LADIES' anil MEN'S HOSE in Blnck Stripes nnd Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection o FLOWERS, 10c n Bunch.
BS5T" This Salo must Boon close. 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
siro to mako special mention of tho
won bo flat
i t b o 1 f
tho United States and Onnada and
is now being introduced horo.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollonco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Anothor Bpocinlty is our imraonso variety of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo jxiBt received a now lot. AVk Fkame
Piotuhes at Eastorn prices. Planters should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best made and aro winning thoir way into
tho crncos of ovory onginoor who uses them. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved household filters, havo met with so
kind a reception that, although in uso for twonty years, thoro has'
uovor boon a complaint made bytho purchasor.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
AND -'- LACES
American Flags for the Fourth
B5? Everything just received per
S. S. "Australia" at tho
519 FORT STREET.
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