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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 2, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Triplets woro born iu Honolulu
last week only to die shortly after
Company H is culled out to
drill this ovening by Captain T.
B; L. Finney, an old ball tos
eor, will play right fiold for tho
IIouolulus on Saturday.
Androa forfeited SG bail this
morning for failing to answer a
ohargo of being drunk and dis
orderly. Tho Austrian flag is flying on
II. Ilackfold fe Co.'s flagstaff in
honor of tho visit of tho Austrian
Tho subject most froquontly
discussod in tho meetings of tho
Third House nowadays is
Tho exhibition of paintings of
Hugo Fisher at tho Pacific Hard
ware Company's rooms will closo
in about a week. '
wore fifty-sovon deaths
city last month. Four-
toon pooplo died without any me
dical attendance whatever.
James Dodd commoncod decor
ating his premises this morning.
Ho will have something now and
pretty in tho docorutivo lino, this
If you want a fresh supply of
sporting ammunition for tho com
ing season go to Messrs. Castlo &
Cooke's just received ox Martha
A. B. "Wood, formerly a teacher
at Oahu College, is now a prac
tising attorney in all tho courts of
Tho case against proprietors of
tho Chinese Times for not regis
tering their partnership in tho In
, terior Oflico has been nolle proa'd.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. ad
vertises Hugo Fisher the artist'ss
exhibition at its rooms, also sup
plies of artists' matorials, picture
frames, mirrors, etc.
Rov. S. E. Bishop met with a
slight accident this morning.' In
mounting his horse ho foil, strik
ing his right shoulder so hard as
to fracturo tho clavicle.
In Judge do la Vorgno's court
this morning H. Cooko was found
guilty of soiling liquor without a
licoiiHo and fined S100 and costs.
The caso will bo appealod.
Several of Mi. Fisher's pictures
were sold to prominoul people
yesterday. Among tho purchasers
woro Chief Justice Judd, M. E.
Marshall and Hon. M. P. Eobin
son. In Franco it is decided that tho
makers of bicycles aro responsible
when an accident occurs through
a structural fault in a machine.
Moral Buy a Tribune E. It.
Tho ball ganio on Saturday will
commonco at i o'clock. Both tho
Honolnlus and Kumohamehas
have strongthond their.teams and
a good game is anticipated. Ad
Goro Narita, formerly tho cour
teous secretary of the Japanoso
Legation, is expected back to Ho
nolulu by the Doric on Monday,
accompanying a distinguished
Japanoso nobleman and states
man. Elsewhere will bo found tho
official program of American In
dependence Day. Major Pang
born, a well.known orator of Now
Jersey, will deliver tho oration at
the literary exorcises beginning at
Saturday being a legal holiday,
A. V. Gear, , secretary, of tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Asso
ciation, will bo in attendance at
tho rooms of tho Association on
Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock to
Kooni Ko is under arrest charg
ed with threatening ono Ioani Li
keko. According to tho lattor's
story Ko threatened to tako his
lifo away from him by plucking
out his oyos and casting him from,
tho upper story of a building.
Judge Perry hold a special 803
sion of tho Circuit Court last
evening, which commenced at 7
o'clook and lasted till 10
During all that timo ono
witness only was being ex
amined, while eight others cooled
thoir heels in tho corridor.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand:
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Colonel Soper arrived in timo
to appear in tho parade.
Alameda Bails ngnin at i to
morrow morning for the Colonies.
"W. H. Corn well Jr. and Miss
Blaucho Coruwell arrived on the
Colonel Georgo Macfarlauo was
expected on tho steamer but did
Numbors of people took a trip
to tho watorfront today to. boo tho
foreign war vessels in port.
t Thoro woro over a hundred vi
sitors at tho exhibition of Hugo
Fisher's paintings this morning.
Miss French, who will tench
drawing and painting at Oahu
College, arrived on tho Alameda.
Captain E. K. Lilikalanit an
oldtimo military chiof and legisla
tor, is out again after an illness
of throo months.
A. L. Morris, who has a good
reputation as an elocutionist, will
read tho Declaration of Independ
ence on Saturday.
Iron doors aro being fitted into
tho. wall of tho brick vault under
construction in Registrar "Wray
Taylor's ollico, Judiciary build
ing, for tho preservation of immi
gration and olectoral records.
Ohun( Ching Sing pleaded
guilty in the police court this
morning of publishing oortain
obscono matter in a Chineso
newspaper. Judgo do la Vorgno
will dolivor sontenco this after
noon. A lot of accumulated routine
business was dispatched at tho
meeting of tho Commissioners of
Education yesterday. There will
bo a circular issued shortly io
garding tho summer school.
Richard Gilliland desires to
thank tho friends who contributed
flowers and gavo other practical
ovidoncos of sympathy on tho oc
casion of tho death and burial of
his young son Otto A.
AniUVAIi OF TIIK AM It EDA.
Continued from 1st Page.
Tho Liberals won a clear major
ity of twenty-two in tho goueral
oloction for tho Canadian Parlia
ment. ThodeathB caused by tho tidal
wave in Japan aro estimated at
over 30,000 in tho reports to date.
No mortality among Americans.
The Ohio Democrats aro out for
Englund domands satisfaction
Tho Natal contingent has de
feated' 2000 Mashonas in South
I lnve nmelo over alltho stock and mor
oliandise iu the busluorfs carried on by the
lato J. T. Waterhouso, and also tho good
yrill and all outstanding accounts thereof,
to my sons, F. T. P., K 0., John and G.S.
Wnterhouse, who henceforth carry on said
busiuess and nBSiimo all liabilities from
July 1st, 1800.
ELIZAUBTK BOURNE WATER
HOUSE, Solo Legatua under tho will of
John T. Wutorhouso. 346 1m
Notice of Copartnership.
Tho undcrslgnod, cnoh residing In Hono
lulu, in the Island ot Oahu, of tho Repub
Ho of Hawaii, have formed a copartnership
with eaoh other in tho business of buying
and selling general merchandise and 's
commission merchants in said Honolulu,
under the Arm namo or style of JT Water
house, being the business heretofore car
riod on by J T Watcrhouso, first, and his
successor, JT Watvrhouao, second.
Datod Honolulu, July 1, 1890.
Frederick T P Waterhousk,
Ernest Conistok Waierhopse, .
,., John Watkiuiousi,
' George 8 Waterhouse.
V3T My naok does not tip in this man
nor, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack , No. 14
BST TELEPHONE 17Gfl
Staadi Bctthol and Kiug streets,
Highest of all in Loavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Ps-Md Baf jpg
need digestion first, then
food that nourishes. They
get both in
It furnishes a peculiar nourish
ment, which is eagerly taken
up by tho assimulative organs,
and it makes a new digestion,
enabling the stomach to cope
with other food.
Furthermore, children like it.
IlODron Drug 68., Druggists.
Fort and King.
HURRAH FOR FOURTH OF JULY I
pj Balloons, American and
P. O. Box 480. -ea
Open Friday and Saturdny
-HURRAH FOR REPUBLIC OF HAWAII I
lv-N A lfV -& fiot
r. Sav if-t? .
BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ice with sonsiblo people. Wo raako no
bluft and ofl'er no bluster. Our SHOES are
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and style. They stand alono
and wo behind thora.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
405 Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:15 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu lit 8:11 and 5:55 r. M.
'ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCI &TI0N
Saturday, July 4, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 r. m.
at st. v . & ru
Hawaiian Flags, Shields,
Comor Nuuanu and King streets, fe
B2T Tolophono 478.
Evenings till 10 o'clock.
Eoyelties in Wash" Fabrics 12
Elegant Goods !
t-NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Street.
. Dimities, AIuslins $ Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
ET PRTOJES WAY X)0"W 1ST s "
JSTew Veilinc:, USTew ILaces,
Dresden l-tibboiis, Kid Gloves.
Magnificent Works of Art
Tho Celebrated Paintings in Water Colors and
Oil from the Brush of
Are now on EXHIBITION at tho ART
ROOMS of the - -
PACIFIC, HARDWARE CO., L'd
3r Adrriissiori Free ! -3
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE .CONSIGNMENT OF
Water Colors, Oil Paints,
Color Boxes, Vaint Brushes,
Winsor Newton's Canvas,
Bevel and Plain Mirrors,
Picture Mouldings, Etc.
A Largo and Varied Assortment.
Q TJT O T? Qi ror Men Women -. .
OXTLVXJjO . . . and Children
-A-NOTHCKIl A.TTJRA.OTI03ST !
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. G-. BXZSVJi.,
THE LAST DAYS
Waterliouse Great Bargain
To closo out tho Pull Lino of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tarn O'Shantor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries still a Great VatlsVy I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE iu Black Stripoa nnd Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction o FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch. , '
JS" This Salo must soon closo. Now is your opportunity.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
Latest Designs !
M t Ol'
m - UGES
American Flags for the Fourth
J Eggr Everything just received per
a S. S. "Australia" at the
519 FORT STREET.
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