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Latest Butlorick patterns, com
ploto, at Mrs. Hanna's.
The Haiku Sugar Company is
paying a dividend today.
Julien D. Hayno and wifo loft
on tho Australia yesterday.
Itnprovemonts at tho Criterion
harbor shop aro completed.
Tho exhibition of Hugo Fishor'a
paintings will oloso next week.
A now and beautiful lot of pic
ture frames just received at King
Prizes for Bports on tho Fourth
o July aro advortised in this
"Tribune wheals aro tho cham-
Eions and don'tyou forgot it." E.
'Plirk i1rtlra rtfYn 1 ti Mir nminn
I station is undergoing its annual
. Olio arrest was mado this morn-
' ing", that of a Ghinoso for peddling
Mclnorny Bros, mako a Gno
showing of traveling bags in one
of their windows.
Ordway & Portor aro moving
their stock in trado to their quart
ers in Mutch block.
Charles Hammer loft on tho
Australia yesterday to spond a
few wooks in California.
Messrs. Orozior and Crano issuo
a gonoral invitation to wheelers
to patrioipate in tho parado on the
Ladios who care to bo in style,
look in at Mrs. Hanna's and got
correct fashionable ideas rolativo
Tho meeting of tho Sharp
shooters' Company callod for this
ovoniug has been indefinitely
Generous money prizes aro
offered for best decorated bicycles,
floats aud vehicles by tho Fourth
of July Committee.
Tho plan to havo tho Citizens'
Guard and Sharpshooters take
part in tho parado on Saturday
has failed to niatorializo.
If you want a fresh supply of
sporting ammunition for the com
ing soasoii go to Messrs. Castle &
Cooke's just received ex Martha
Tho Alpha "Humming Bird"
jaream Boparptor is n daisy. Ex-,
"amino we sampltT&tthe Hawaiian
Hardware Company's store and
leave your order.
Tomorrow at 10 o'clock James
F. Morgan will auction off a lot
of wines, boors and liquors by or
ders of Messrs. H. Hackfeld fc Co.
Tho salo takes place at tho auction
H. F. Wichman has had a gra
tifying rosponso to tho fow words
in tho Bulletin last week rela
tive to his now dopartmont of
copper plate ongraving. Today
he speaks for himself.
Ono of tho neatest and most
artistic jobs of painting in tho
city is on tho front of tho bar at
the Criterion saloon. White and
gold was used, and Sterling the
painter is tho man who did tho
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O.F.,
has elootod tho following officers
to sorvo for the ensuing term, viz:
Dr. O.T.Rodgors, Noble GrandjO.
L. Soronson, Vico-Grond; George
A. Turner, bocrotary; J. A.
Mrs. Georeo Ottorson, who has
been in this country about two
years, loft for the Coast yestorday
for a visit to California and "Wash
ington. Mrs Ottorson, who has
been teaching sohool for some
months past, will roturn in about
In ono of tho after-business
streetcars last ovoniug thrco pas
sengers were roading tho Bulle
tin, ono tho Independent and an
othor tho Star, which is about tho
usual proportion. Business mon
should advertise in the papor
which has tho most roadors.
The Waiawa school excursion
to Waianao olsowhero reported
was paid for bj; subscription, Mr.
Smith tho principal and tho
parents contributing. Senator
W. H. Rice donated ton dollars,
whilo Mrs. Rico, besidos superin
tending tho preparations for tho
feast, contributed a substantial
Jpart of the food supplies.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
'.Voltes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
, ' .lit Your Grocer Tor It.
School Commissioners havo not
yot boon appointed.
This is pay day for government
officials, police and fircinen.
Kinan stroot is being graded to
recoivo a covering of macadam. (
Jas. W. Prico gives a warning
notice against tho circulation of
scandalous reports about hirasolf.
William A. Henshall has taken
tho oath of fealty to tho Itepublio
and fidelity as a member of tho
Notico is given by tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co. that tho sailing of tho W.
G. Hall has boon postponed until
12 m. on Friday.
Mrs. Bluxomo, the now hostoss
of tho Sailors' Homo, will givo a
froo dinner of homo cookery to
all comers tomorrow.
J. S. Low had his crow of pri
son guards out practicing in their
whale boat this morning. Thoy
are after that 30 purse.
Tho Myrtles and Healauis will
probably ontor for tho six-oared
boat raco oh tho Fourth. Thoro
aro fivo entries for tho whalo-boat
Jas. L. Torbert of tho Pacific
Hardwaro Co., wont to tho Coast
by tho Australia yostorday. It is
rumored that ho will roturn with
a brido in about throo wooks.
Fivo natives, throo mon and two
womon, wore brought over from
Koolau this morning about noon
under sentence for various terms
from tho District Magistrate of
that placo. Thoy wero takon
ovor to Jailor Low's hotel in tho
Tho Supremo Court today con
cluded tho hearing of tho Sprec-kels-Giffard
caso. Lui and othora
vs. Kaloikini, oxcoptions from
Fifth Circuit, was also argued
and submitted. B,osa . for plain
tiffs; Eaulukou for defendants.
Sundry motions wero argued and
submitted in tho Tramways al
legod overcharge cases.
Moub. Vizzavona. acting Fronch
Commissioner, will accompany
Father Bonavontur.i on his roturn
to Hilo next week. Tho affable
ropresontativo of la bollo Franco
has boon exceedingly assiduous
in his attention to his official
dutios, and his host of friends will
wish him a good time on this his
first visit to tho big island.
Sailor' jIoniB IJeflfauMift
MRS. M. T. DLUXOME.
Will Glvea Free Dinner
g: Tomorrow :g
JULY 1ST, 1896,
At 12 o'clock nooii.
Oomo and see our
4th of July, 1896
Prizes for Sports.
AQUATIC, G A. JI.
Six-oar sliding Boat boat race,
"Whalo boat race, 650.00.
DICVOLE, 7 A. M.
Relay raco, team making best
FIELD BPORTS, 2 P. JI.
100 yards dash, first aud second
Boot and shoo raco, first $3.00,
socond $2.00. f, .
Knnninc nigu nip, nrst ana
Throo-logged race, $3.00' and
Polo vault, first and socond
Wheelbarrow raco, 83.00 and
120 yards hurdlo raco, first and
Climbing groaBed polo, 85.00.
BASE BALL, 4. P. M.
Honolulu vs. Kamohamolm.
Entries for tho above events to
bo mado at tho Hawaiian News
Co.'s, to oloso July 3, at 1 p. m.
Aquatio sports undor the aus
pices of tho Bowing Association
and Field Sports undor auspices
of H. A. A. O.
Highest of all in Leavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
hubs are machined down from a
solid bar of tool stcol and bored
by tho finest and most accurate
of automatic machinery. It is a
beautiful and interesting process
to all visitors to our factory, and
tho results aro so superior to tho
ordinary methods of utilizing lop
brazed Bhoot stool, 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
some othor business, but we must
sustain our reputation for the
highest grado of workmanship.
No bicyolo can bo bettor than a
Waveiiley. and our ouo
appeals to all
T. W. Hobron, - - Agent.
King Stroot, ovor John Nott's.
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0I car- I II Bh 1 b - g
Hasf just recoived ox W. H. Dimond a largo invoice of
Balloons, Amorican and Hawaiian Flags, Decorating Bunt
BST" These goods aro now
and will bo sold at tho lowest cash prices.
BST Island orders promptly attondod to
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Cut no Ice with sensible people. Wo make no
bluff and offer no bluster. Our SHOES are
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alono
and wo behind thorn.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. m.
and 1 :45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 76 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Eagle -:- House
CHJIL KLEMME, Proprietor.
Airy, Commodious and Kowly
Furnished Rooms to Rent
AT GREATLY IlEDUCRD KATES
At tliis beautiful place. All moiloru conven
iences. Five minutes from the Fost Office.
Cars pans the door.
F. o, J3ox -aai.
etc., for tno
and frosh of tho best quality,!
. , ,, ,, ..,.-, NipVii' ,? w
Corner Nuuanu and Kinc streets. 1
VST Tolophono 478.
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Novelties in Wash Eabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs I
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 lort Street.
er PRICES WAY DOWN
ISTew Veiling, aSTew Laces,
RIBBONS -:- AND :- LACES
A Largo and Varied Assortment.
O T TNTT1 O For Men, Women . .
O JlTL KJ Hi O . . . and Children
AISTOTBC liR A.TTJB.A.CTIOISr -!
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of ' ''
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FOBT STREET.
M. G. SILVA, : : : lrop.
THE LAST DAYS
To close out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further Reduction is mado in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tarn O'Shantor to a SILK BEATER.
Ribbons, Races and SmbraidsclQS still a Gnat Variety
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripes and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts..
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction of FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch.
Hr This Salo must soon closo.' Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WftTEBHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Among tho thousand and ono uso
ful articles handled by us, we de
sire to mako spooial montion of tho
won so flat
ter in g a
i t b o 1 f
the United States and Canada and
is now boinc introduced herd.
This plow is tho plow "par oxcollenco" for broaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of three ordinary plows.
Another specialty is our iramonso variety of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just recoived a uowlot. We Frame
Pictures at Eastom pricos. Planters should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS are tho best mado and aro winning thoir way into
the graces of ovory ongineor who uses thorn. SLACK & BROWN
LOWS FILTERS, tho improved honsohold filters, havo met with bo
kind a reception that, although in ubo for twonty years, thoro has
noyer been a complaint mado bytho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
uslins $ Lawns
Assortment of Wash Goods .
, Latest Combination of Colors.
Boy's Suits !
American Flags for the Fcusth
$3? Everything just
S. "Australia" at tlio
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