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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
It rained heavily at the pali this
Tho Ltulias' Society of Central
Union church held a mooting this
Tho Hawaiian Ilnrdwuro Com
pany have a now ndvortisomont in
A. V. Gear adds a choice Maki
ki lot to the list of properties ho
has lor salo.
Thoro will be an entertainment
by tho girls of St. Androw's Priory
Mrs. Charles Blako was tho on
ly passongor to arrive on tho Jas.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra re
hearsal takes place on Saturday
instead of tonight.
William Lano was arrested this
morning for assault and battery,
on complaint of Junius Kaao.
The closing oxorcises of tho
pupils of the St. Andrew's Priory
tako plaqa tomorrow aftornoon.
One nativo druuk with a big
load of sako on board was hauled
in to tho polico station about noon.
Saturday's baseball match will
bo betwoou tho Stars and Hono
lulus, and is bound to bo a good
Much interest is being mani
fested over tho coming ball game
between tho Stars and Honolulus
Tho French Chamber of Depu
ties passed a bill on June 20th,
abolishing slavery throughout
Band concert at tho Hawaiian
hotel this ovoning in honor of the
visiting monof-war. Program in
Somo Japanese fireflies, brought
"""v horo by Goro Narita, havo been
,s liboratcd in tho grounds of tho
& .Tnnnnpan lprrnfinn.
iu (kausou ii;aLlujl4
KV, v. Tho officers of tho U. S. S
Tho oflicers of
eT' Adams will hold thoir somi
o monthly rocoptiou and dauco to
Read what tho Manufacturers'
Shoo Co. has to say about tho
Balesman who can soil goods, and
tho goods that a salesman can al
Tho corner stono of tho now
Portuguese church, near Qnoon's
hospital, will bo laid at 4. o'clock
this afternoon with appropriate
Tho semi annual mooting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
hospital will bo hold ut tho Churn
bor of Commorco room at 10:30
a. m. Saturday.
Dr. WinBlow Andorson, who is
visiting Honolulu, is a conspicu
ous member of tho medical frater
nity ou Uio Coast, being editor of
the Pacific Medical Journal.
Honry Davis has opened a busi
ness brokerage office at 505 Fort
street. His woll-kuown business
energy is an assurance that all
matters entrusted to him will bo
Georgo Sea, tho clork of the
polico station, who is on duty all
day, puts in his ovonings looking
for Chinoso opium -fiends. Ho
arrosted Sing Kin on Maunakea
stroet last night and charged him
with having opium in possession.
In tho case of tho Republic of
Hawaii vs. Nalau, non-payment
of taxes, Judgo Wilcox has or
derod judgment against tho de
fondant for $5.50 and $2costs, and
in dofault tho man has gone to tho
roef to work out the eontonce at
CO. cents per day.
Judgo Wilcox has rendered
iudgmout against Charles Mul
loitnor and in favor of P. H.
Burnotto for tho sum of S38.G0,
and against Charles Herskind in
favor of the sarao plaintiff for
SG-i.10, both Buits being for bal
ances duo on promissory notes.
Four of tho City of Peking's
Japanese, throo men and ono
woman, who woro rejected by tho
examining phypician at tho Quar
antine station, aro quartered in
tho polico statiou ponding the
arrival of tho Gaolio, when they
will bo returned to Japan for
physical disabilities. . Still anoth
er ono is in tho Queon's hospital,
being dootorod for an injury to
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mahea Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ail: Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
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A AI,A :i).C't:itT.
Ill Honor r the VImHIiii.- Xnval
Olllcorn Till KrciilhR.
Tho gala concort arranged by
Professor Borgor, to taku place at
tho Hawaiian hotel this ovoning
at 7:30, will undoubtedly draw a
largo crowd, Booing that it is givon
in honor of tho oflicers and crews
of tho Mexican and Austrian war
vossols now in port.
Following is tho program:
Overture William Tell Koi lnl
Hungarian Dance Unilun
Selection II Trovaloto , . Verdi
Mnlknl Walplo, L1ko 1'ua Lcliua, Muul
no ka OI.
Reminiscences of All Nations Undfrcy
Mexican Dance Manzantllo ..Robvn
FantaBla Awakening of the Lion... Kontzkl
Waltz The Tyrolean Zcller
Star Spangled Banner, Mexican Anthem,
Austrian Anthem, Hawaii l'ouol.
l'alut In Its Xnmc.
Climato of ovory variety oxorts
a difforont influonco on tho de
sires of mankind for a stimulant.
In colder zones bovcrages of groat
alcoholic strongth aro used to a
very much larger degroo than in
the tropics. Ueer is best suited
to our climato and nono found in
tho market is' bettor than that
bearing tho brand of "Pabst,
Milwaukee." It is browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
a groat thirst quencher and invi
gorator and stimulates tho norves
and muscles. At tho Royal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific Baloons it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable chocks aro issued
which may bo used at any of tho
Creditors of Nee Leo, bankrupt,
will find a notico to them in this
Nothing of much publio inter
est was transacted by tho Com
missioners of Education at thoir
mooting yesterday. A circular on
tho summer school referred to in
this paper tho other day has
since been prepared.
Tho wedding of Miss Annio
Elizabeth Duran to Mr. Edwin
BaBkerville ou Saturday evening
last was largely attended by tho
many frionds ot tho bride and
groom. Numerous prosonts of
value woro tendered tho happy
couple, who ontor upon a now
phaso of lifo with tho best wishes
of thoir acquaintances including
Messrs.. HC. V Sclmiidt fe Sons nfc having been able to reduce
their stock considerably by an eight days' Auction Sale, and having
now removed to tho Store in the "Von Holt Block" between W. W. Dhnond and
Wall, Nichols Co., will continue there to close out all goods at auction prices,
wholesale and retail.
They will offer to tho Trade and Private parties tho finest assortment of DreSS GrOods
in Wool, Satin, Silk, Velvet, Linen and Cotton, plain and fancy, a largo variety
of white Dress Goods and Lawns, also Flannels of every quality, color and descrip
tion. Also fine Tailoring Goods as Karamgarn, Buckskins, Tweeds, Doeskin, Cloth
and Linings in quantities to suit.
Also Overshirts in about 100 styles and Clothing, Socks and Stockings, Towels, Mosquito
Netting, Table Covers, Curtains, Blankets, . Shawls, Quilts,
Ladies and Children's Underwear !
Corsets, Laces and Trimmings, Silk and othor Handkerchiefs, Neckties, Feathers,
Buttons, etc. Also a lino of HARD.WARE as Pocket Knives, Porks and Knives,
Spoons, etc. Also .
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
SADDLES AND RUGS, PIPES, ACCORDEONS,
PLAYING CARDS, FANCY SOAPS. Also
As Albums, Pans, Parasols, RuchingB, otc, and Japanoso Goods.
Thoy do not protond to havo a comploto assortment of ovory kind of goodB, but what thoy havo in
stock will bo sold below cost and all goods havo to bo sold within b' mouths.
8SF" Tho attention of Storo-koopors from tho othor islands is ospooially drawn to this grand oppor
tunity, as it is utterly impossible to import any goods at such prices as Bold by
twjfi ' l&isifi 'kmJ'lii '"' ' Mtiii' :
Highest of all in Loavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Don't be a
Don't look on tho dark
side. Don't boliovo
everybody to bo a hum
bug. Don't think be
cause j'ou havo found
other emulsions of cod
livor oil to tasto fishy,
and nauseating that
tastes disagreeable. It
is perfectly palatable
Anyono can tako it,
especially children. It
is not a nostrum. It
appeals to intelligent
people. Try it.
h. a. jbiArt,
O na Puna Makana
Ka Hiwahiwa oi lou aku o
ka Nani Makamae.
E Hiki ke Hoomaemae
pu ia no Wnti poino a mo fca
haki o ko A-u.
Alunui Ptipu, kokoko nlnnui Moi.
THE "VON HOLT BLOCK"
Saturday, July II, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 ivm.
.A.dmissioii, - 25c.
Eleotion of Oflicers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
lioldors of tho Mnkabn Coffeo Compnny,
held July 0, 1890, tho following oflicers
President w II HookJ
Vice-President FB McStockor
Trensnrcr. jA Low
Secretary J S Wolkor
Board of Directors W II IIoobs, F B
MoStookor, J A Low. J S Walker, V G
Ashloy and Frauk Ilnstoco.
J. S. WALKEH,
A SEMI ANNUAL MEETINGOF THE
B?aKl ot Trustees of tho Quoen'a Hospital
will bo hold nt the Boom of tho Olmmbor
of Commerce, ou SATURDAY, tho 11th
July, 1800, at 10:30 a. m.
MH. MORRIS K. KKOIIOKALOLE
will Lent inyofllco U-twevu 8 aul () a. m.
to tninn.ot lmsineKS during my absence
fro thu city.
JH-tt II. V. MURRAY, M. D.
THE WHOLE OR 1'AItT OF THE
Uixv Floor over Tracy' 344-lw
ON KING STREET.
ii'iwftiiiftitjiiiiri,,..,,,, , , riw'.'M
Novelties in Wash EaMcs
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
520 IToi-fc Street.
. Dimities, Muslins Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
. ' . . . Latest Combination of Colors
et PRTCJES WAY DO"W 1ST 3
JSTew Veiling, !N"ew Laces,
Dresden. ."Ribbons, Kid Gloves.
iE-. Inspection solicited.
THE LAST DAYS
Watethouse Great Bargain
To close out tho Full 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'Shautor to a SILK BEAVER.
Ribbons, taces an.d Embroideries still a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Block Stripos and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Solectiou of FLOWERS, 10c a Bunch.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
A Largo and Varied Assortment.
QTJPjT?Q For Men, Women . .
OnvJXLO . . . and Children
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
Boy's S'uits !
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
M. Gc. Si:LV.A,
BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ico with sonsiblo people. We mako no .
bluff and offer no blustor. Our SHOES are
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and style. They stand ulone
and wo behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Fort Street, Honolulu.
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519 FORT STREET.
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