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JULY 3, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlio PosJttunstorGduenil return
ed on tlio Kinau.
Tho Kinau brought back oight
Tho Evening Bulletin will' not
bo issued tomorrow.
Tho Alameda had a long list of
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from S1.00 per wook up.
Among tho Kinau's passongors
woro Father Oliver and Brothers
Houry, Ignatius and Charles.
Tho yacht Oaronot "with tho
Amherst eclipse expedition on
board arrived at Yokohama on
o Tho three-year old child of
v$ OliarloB Hemok was badly bitten
v"1 tl10 iaca tu0 otucr dny ya
.vV , eavago dog.
V .S II wll.l,nmio ntlfl W TV
Godfrey, Jr., aro tho latost. addi
tions to tho membership of tho
Pacifio Tennis Club.
Besides an incroaso.in capacity
nt ita linlittnfy nlatlt. tllft Htlo
Elootrio Light Co. is going to add
cold storogo to its business.
Go to Mrs. Hanua's millinery
parlors tomorrow and tako a look
. at hor iino display of hats. Buy
a July Delineator while you're
The lino of march for tho par
ado tomorrow is Bhort onoUgh to
please all, especially those who
have a superabundance of avoir
Some well known lovers of
horso raoing louvo this afternoon
for tho Kauului races of which
there will be nine, with about
Tho Hilo Tribuno says tho
Japanese aro going into tho coffee
business at a rushing rate. They
proposo to set out 100,000 plants
inside of six months.
Seattle boor is tho proper food
for old and young.' It rostores
tho olasticity and bloom of youth
to tho anod and infirm, and will
jf euro consumption, if you tako
It seems to be pretty generally
understood that Jack McVoigh is
to bo appointed retridout superin
tendent at the Molokai settlement
as soon bb "V. O. Smith and Dr.
In tho multitude of other attrac
tions tomorrow tho ball game be
tween tho KamehamohaB aud Ho
nolulus at 4 o'clock should attract
a big crowd, as no admission fee
will be charged.
Drs. Andrews, Herbert and
Cooper compose tho Board of Me
dical Examiners to pass on tho
qualifications of all thoso who
wish to practico modicino in tho
Islands in the future.
Tho proprietor of tho Union
Barber Bhop has secured tho ser
vices of S. B. Cham pain aud is
now prepared to accommodate tho
public with a beautiful shavo or
an artistic hair cut. Try a sea
Captain Anderson of tho
Oceania Vance has been super
seded by Captain Dart who arriv
ed on .tho Alameda yostorday.
Captain Anderson had no idea of
his dismissal, but it was known
along tho watorfrout yesterday
that it would tako placo if Cap
tain Dart arrived.
Mr. Lo Breton, an artist who is
in those islands representing an
illustrated weekly, has oxooutod
a historical painting of tho death
of Kaiana, tho high chiof, at Nuu
anu, 1705. Ho found tho subject
in Alexander's History. Tlio
picture will bo exhibited in town
within a fow days.
Thoro seems to bo Bdmo blight
affecting tho bloom of tho beauti
ful Punciaua Rogia this season,
for of all tho troos in tho city but
fow havo blossoms enough to at
tract attention. The ono on Hotel
street next to tho Arlington is a
notable exception, and in con
sequence is a source of wonder
and delight to visitors who hayo
novor boforo seen this tree in
bloom. -King Bros, havo made
sovoral excellent sketches in oil
and wator colors of this subject,
which aro moetiug with ready
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
MaUa Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
AiJc Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents.
Mrs. J. F. Morgan has gouo to
Go. G. in called out for tho pa
rado at 7:80 tomorrow.
Co. H. is ordered to assemblo j
at 8 a. m. for tho parade.
Dr. Mc Wayne returned to Ha
waii by tho W. G. Hall.
A. V. Gear makes two additions
to hip real ostuto colurantoday.
Tho Literary Exercises at tho
Pavilion tomorrow commence at 1
Senators Hocking and Cecil
Brown woro among those who left
on tho Hall today.
Lucas' clock struck work this
morning in preparation for going
on a tear on tho Fourth.
At 2 o'clock this aftornoon thoro
woro only two prisoners in tho
polico Btation dungeonB. .
Tho list of tho Mvrtlo and Hea-
lani crows for tomorrow's race ,b
given in another column.
J. H. Jones loft today to attend
tho races on Maui. Ho will report
tho event for tho Bulletin.
Mrs. Wally Davis was thrown
from her horso near tho Pali yos
torday and had a log broken.
Tho rogular Waianao freight
train of tho Ouhu Railroad Com
pany will not bo run tomorrow.
So far Jim Dodd is tho only
ono to do much decorating, but
Jim always was inclined that way.
Among those who loft for tho
Maui races today woro Wm. Corn
well, H.Focke and Samuel Parker.
Tho Criterion Saloon front will
bo handsomely decorated with
colored electric lights this even
ing. Senator Rice and family loft on
tho Kauai yostorday for tho island
of that namo; also Dr. J. K.
Tho regular afternoon concort
nt Makee Island will bo given on
Sunday. Tho program will bo
found in nnothor column.
Indepondenco hall will bo
throngod with tho beauty and
fashion of Honolulu tonight.
Dancing commences at 9.
Tho parado starts at 8:30 in tho
morning, and Colonol McLean
wants it understood that 8:30
means half-past eight sharp.
Sara Lederor will keep hiB
store opou until ton o'clock to
night and tomorrow night. Every
body wus down there today buy
Juck McVoigh and tho rest of
tlio boys on Quarantine Island
will havo a colobration of thoir
own tomorrow. In tho evening
they will havo fireworks.
A Japan eso who rofused con
tract service on tho Ewa planta
tion was Bont to tho roof today on
a 30 days' sentence from tho Dis
trict Magistrate of Ewa.
Mr. Gear has lot a snug re
sidence on Kinau Btreoty aftor a
brief poriod of advertising it in
his column. "Watch that for a
house or a chanco to let one.
Mrs. Charles M. Shortridge,
wifo of tho pioprietor of the San
Fraucisco Call, hor daughter, and
Dr. Winslow Audorson and wifo
of San Francisco, uro at tho Ha
Secrotary Goar of tho Pionoor
Building and LoanAssociation will
bo on hand at tho rooms at -1
o'clock this aftornoon to receive
deposits. The regular monthly
meeting tuko3 place on Monday
At a meeting of tho directors
of tho Hoalaui Yacht and Boat
Club hold at noon today tho re
signation of W.E.Wall as captain
of tho club was accopted. K. It.
Porter was temporarily elected to
fill tho position.
Mr. Severin of tho Customs
force says ho has not applied for
tho position now held by Jack
McVoigh on Quarantine Island,
and tho statomont mado by an
ovening papor to that effect is in
correct. W. G. Irwin stated to a reporter
this morning that a meeting of
tho directors of tho Mutual Tele
phono Company would bo held
somo time next week, whou tho
new superintendent would bo ap
pointed. Tho front of the Pantheon sal
oon is profusely decorated with
flags arranged on a framework.
Pictures of tho goddess of Liborty
and other patriotic subjects nro
also displayed. Tho wholo will
bo elaboratoty lit up at night with
colored oloolrio lights.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latost TJ. S. Gov't Report.
Take an Outing1
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Novelties in Wasli Fabrics $
Elegant Goods I Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
stands for wasting, de
creasing vitality, impovc- '
rished blood. The com
bination of Cod Liver
Oil with tho Hypophos
phitcs of linio and soda
as prepared in it, is
exactly what is needed
for tho abovo conditions.
"The kind that Cures."
mm DRUG 60.
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. M.
and 1:45 r, M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Clsi
Pearl City $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Wnianao 1 50
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, July 4, 1896
Game Called at i p. m.
HURRAH FOR FOURTH OF JULY!
p1 Balloons, American arid
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Hawaiian aags, snieias, g jxj
v Decorating Bunting
Cornor Nuuanu and King stroots.
P. O. Box -ISO. a S Tolephono 478.
Open Friday and Snturday Evenings till 10 o'clock, g
S. W. LEDERER.
HURRAH FOR REPUBLIC OF HAWAII I
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ice with sensible people. Wo make no
blufV and ofler no bluster. Our SHOES are
just as represented. Established upon the fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Eit,
comfort, durability nnd style. They stand alone
and wo behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
B3- PBJCJES WAT DO"WN
JSTew "Veilinrr, ISTgw Ltt&es,
Dresden. Kibbons. ICid Oloves.
Magnificent Jlforks of Art
The Celebrated Paintings in Water Colors and
Oil from tho Brush of
Aro now on EXHIBITION
BOOMS of the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
set Admission Free !
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF, .
Water Colors, Oil Paints,
Color Boxes, Faint Brushes,
Winsor Newton's Canvas,
Bevel and Plain Mirrors,
Picture Mouldings, Etc.
A Large and Varied Assortment.
For Men, Women . .
ANOTHER ATTRACTION !
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
Boy's Suits !
American Flags for the Fourth
Eggr Everything just received
S. "Australia" at tho
TEMPLE OF FflSHIOH, 519 FORT STREET.
. M. G. SILVA, : : : 3?rop.
THE LAST DAYS
Waterliouse Great Bargain
To closo out tho Eull Lino of Goods plnced in Our Sale a still
Further Beduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS nnd CAPS, from a Turn O'Sbnntor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries still a Great Yarlet 1
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' aud MEN'S HOSE iu Blnck Stripoa aud Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection o FLOWERS, lOo n Buuch. -
8" This Snlo must soon closo, Now is your opportunity.
J. T. TOTERHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
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