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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 1, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL..
Company G iB ordered to drill
Brazil grows half tho coffeo crop
o the world.
Ladies dav at tho courts o tho
Pacific Tonnis Olub.
Tho Postmaster General is in
vestigating Maui oflices.
Tho Board of Health holds itB
rog'ular session this afternoon.
Ilihia was givon six months to
day for stoaling S5 worth of old
Houolulus vs. Kamohamohas
on Saturday at 4 p. m. Admis
i Sam Loderor's I. X. L. storo is
the YZJio to Bond the childron for
f . fireworks.
J SX Jordan's tho Indies will find
Aioino ologant now goods olsowhoro
V specified. , ,
jv,- Nicely furnished rooms at tho
.)$ '.Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from S1.00 per weok up.
The band will play at tho Exe
cutive building this afternoon,
commencing at 4 o'clock.
San Francisco will honor tho
Fourth by illuminating for threo
nights, the 2d, 3d and 4th.
Tho reception hold by Presi
dent and Mrs. Dole on Saturday
will commonco at 10 o'clock.
Deputy Inspector Scott invites
applications to board people at
tending tho summer school.
Tho I. X. L. will be open for tho
salo of fireworks Friday and Sat
urday evenings till 10 o'clock.
Notice is given by tho Foreign
OHico of tho public reception by
President and Mrs. Dole on
Tho latest betting on tho
Oorbett-Sharkey fight was 2 to 1
that Sharkey would last the four
Tho Call is unkind enough to
say there will not bo Democrats
enough loft for seed after the next
Manager Dillingham took a
party of tourists and friends to
Waianao and Ewa yesterday by
Senator Baldwin, H. Focko and
Samuel Parker wore among tho
departing passongors on tho
M. A. Poixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barber shop, next to tho
Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
shavo that will make your hair
curl with joy.
Judge do la Vorgno recorded
judgment this morning against
Kaaikni by confession in tho sum
of 3.30 and costs 82 for non-payment
of taxes on complaint of
Tax Collector Shaw.
Tho household furniture of six
teen rooms will bo sold by James
F. Morgan tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock, at tho European House,
Juikiii street. Also, stamps,
moneys, curios, etc., etc.
ftm .UXUUIH1UI 4-JUUgO, J.1U. J., JL. J. J.
r' vT. lifiR nlnntnil tlio frtllnwinir nTi.
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Jcora to servo for tho onsuinc
wtorm: L. W. Hough, noble grand;
ivtW. J. White, vice grand; L. L.
' La riorre, secretary; A. K. Weir,
At tho national circuit bicvolo
races, at Hot Springs, Arkansas,
Juno 18, William A. Terrill of
San Francisco won tho one milo
open, professional, in 2:21J. Ter
nll, it will bo remembered, visited
Honolulu with his fellow-scorcher
Griffiths last year, the pair civinc
exhibitions on tho road.
People -who visit the Central
Kona Sanatorium will save trou
ble and time by telephoning from
iiailua so tuat busses can meot
them at Kaawaloa. Dr. Lindloy
is doing everything in his power
to rnako tho Central Kona Sana
torium a place whoroi tho tired
business man can enjoy n much
Tho proprietor of the Union
Art Gallery boot black stand do
sires to put himself on record, as
beinff tho onlv professional boot
black in Honolulu. For upward
-rf twnnf.v fivn vAnra a linn mnrln
his his business and stands at
o head of his peculiar line of
IjusinosB today. Ho wishes to call
jio attention of his friends and
others to tho fact.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
, Any Other Known Brand.
Aik Your Grocer For It.
No arrests this morning.
Mr. Tracy will let the whole or
part of the floor above his store.
A. V. Gear advertises a modern
dwelling on Thurston avenuo for
Tho Alameda is due from the
Coast tomorrow, en route to the
Tho leading grocers announce
that they will not open their
stores on the 4th.
Consul Renjes has tho Mexican
flag flying over his place of busi
ness in honor of tho Zaragossa's
Mrs. Graham, who was brought
back from Kau by hor rol stives,
on tho stoamor W. G. Hall, is
somewhat improved but not near
well from hor rocout mishap.
A horso, )ho owner of which is
unknown, came over on tho Hall
yesterday and has Binco been
hitched in front of tho Polico
station. If tho owner will bo good
enough to como and got him it
would bo an act of kindness.
ITIOItC AHOIIT CKIt'ICET.
Tho Austrnlliiii Klovcii Downed by the
Editoh Bulletin Permit mo
to enclose an extract from a lato
Ohroniole, which will show that
tho Australian eleven is not as in
vincible as your artiolo of yester
day would load one to suppose
Tho extract is as follows:
"A cablegram from England,
undor date of Juno 11th, brings
the news of the. complete defeat Qf
tho Australian eleven by the
Marylobone Club, which included
such famous players as Grace,
Stoddart, Jackson and Ranjux
inhji. Tho match was played on
a heavy wicket. Tho Marylebones
Bcored 219 runs. Then occurred
one of tho most remarkable col
lapses in tho history of tho gamo.
The entire eleven were retired for
eighteen runs. Graham and Trott
Bcored four and six respectively
and Kelly compiled eight, and
then Poughor bowled over other
men of the team for a goose egg.
The phenomenal bowling of
Pougher created tho greatest ex
HKl'AItTMKXr OV KUUCATIOX.
Throo Cmiinillniier A;poluttil
lUuldus it Quorum.
William A. Bowou, W. D.
Aloxandor and Mrs.B. F. Dilling
ham have been appointed as Com
missioners of tho Department of
Education. Mr. Bowen is for two
years, and the two others for
three years. Thero remain two
Commissioners for ono year and
ono for two years to bo appointed.
Tho threo members already com
missioned will, with tho Min
ister of Education H. E.
Coopor form a quorum for tho
transaction of nocessary busi
ness. All three of tho Commissioners
who havo boon appointed wore
members of tho lato Board of
Indications in tho Board room
wore that a meeting was to bo hold
thisaf tornoon. Four chairs wore in
position at tho table, with pencil
and paper in front of each.
There are a largo number of
teachers' positions to bo filled in
tho country before tho now school
year opening in Soptombor.
Attention, Company G-.
IlKADQUAnTEItS COMPANV (J., N. G. II.,
Ho.noldlu, July 1, 1800.
G EVERY MEMBER OP Til 18 COM
pany is hereby ordered to appear at
the Drill Shed in Uniform, THIS
(Wednosday) EVENING, July 1,
1890, at 7:30 o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
34-l-It Captain Commanding.
THE WHOLE Oil 1?ART OF TOE
Upper Floor ovor Tracy's. 344-lw
Tlio undersigned bee to Inform their friends
Hint tliclr Stores will not bo opened on the
4th of July
11. MAY & CO.,
HI E. MoINlTKE & BKO.,
LEWIS & CO.,
344-2t Honolulu, July 1, 1800.
All wheelmen are herowlth Invited to par
ticipate In tho parado on Fourth of July,
starting at Palace Square at 8:30 a. m. For
the best decorated wheel and ruler a prize of
$15 0C will bo given, $10.00 for tho second,
aud f 5.00 each for tho third and fourth best.
OKOZIER and CKANE.
343--U Wheelmen Commlttcu.
Highest of all in Loavouing Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
hubs aro machined down from a
Bolid bar of tool steel and bored
by tho finest and most accurate
of automatic machinery. It is a
beautiful and interesting process
to nil visitors to our factory, and
tho results aro so superior to tho
ordinary mothods of utilizing lap
brazed sheet Bteol, sections of tub
ing, and other cost reducing make
shifts, that wo would bo glad to
discard it if wo woro making a
few bicycles in connection with
some other business, but wo must
sustain our reputation for tho
highest grado of workmanship.
No bicyclo can bo bettor than a
Waverlex and our ono
appeals to all.
T. W. Hobron, - - Agent.
King Street, ovor John Nott's.
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pi Balloons, American
Decorating Bunting . .
P. O.Box 480. -3
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Hi 1894 HURRAH FORREPUBLIC OF HAWAII I 1896
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
. Cut no Ico with sonsiblo people. Wo make no
bluff and ofter no bluster. Our SHOES are
just as represented. Established upon the fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alone, , '
and we behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Take an Outing1
Trains will limvo nt 9:15 A. m.
and :! p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 76 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wniiiniio 1 50 1 25
HAWAIIAN BASBBaLL ASSOC! &TI0N
Saturday, July 4, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 r. ar.
FOURTH OF JULY
Ha-waii'an Hags, Shields,
Cornor Nuuanu and King streets.!
B" Tolophono 478.
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Elegant Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 JTorfc Street.
. Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
Bsr PRICES WAY DOW2ST
JSTew Veiling, Nev ILaces,
Dresden X-libbons, Klid Glove.
A Largo and Varied Assortment.
Q TIT ( IIP Q For Men, Women . .
O JLJL KJ X2j O . . . and Children
AJSrOTJB: hJEl A.TTJR A.OTION r
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
M. G. SILVA,
THE LAST DAYS
To close out tho Eull Lino of Goods placed in Our Salo a still;
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from n Tain O'Shantor to n SILK BEAVER. I,
JUbto, taces and Embroideries still a Gcsat Variety t ' ''''','
BEAUTIFUL TERBY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap. J' V!
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Blnok Stripos and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts. .,
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction o FLOWERS, 10a a Bunch.
BsSS This Salo rauBt Boon close. Now iB 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
Biro to mako special montion of tho
won so flat
tho United States and Canada and
is now being introduced hero.
This plow is tho plow '.'par oscollenco" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of threo ordinary plows.
Anothor, specialty is our iraruonso variety of fino PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo havo just rocoived a nowlo. "We Frame
Piotuiies at Eastern prices. Plantors should bear in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best made and aro winning thoir way into'
tho cracoB of ovory onginoor who usos them. SLACK & BROWN
LOW'S FILTERS, tho improved household filters, havo met with bo
kind a reception that although in use for twonty years,' thoro has
novor boon a complaint mado by'tho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltq,
Latest Designs !
American, Flags for the Fourth
E2P Everything just received per
S. S. "Australia" at tho
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