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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 11, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Baseball nt 3:30.
K iiv I Kam r-T" hns choico brnuds of
$ ' ' Honolulua vs. Stars at 3:30. Ad-
V7 mission zo coins.
,cVX The Fishor Art Exhibition will
ffv3 y oloso on Monday.
U I 1m 1T. linn fntMnttnrl 4 l?rtt
j-i iuui i nun luiuuvuii ij juulii
and Kukui strotts.
Band concert at Emma squaro
this afternoon at '1:30.
Circuit Judge A. "V. Carter re
turned by tho Hall yesterday.
Qoorgo E. Boardman loft for
Japan by tho Gaelic yesterday.
It is now Sergeant Timmons
with throe stripes instead of two.
Tho regular army expects to re
main in camp somo six weeks
Justice "Whiting and Sam Park
er wont off for an outing this
Eev. Kalaiwaa of Kailttn, Kona,
will proach at Kawaiahao church
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will
have rehearsal tonight at tho
usual timo and placo.
Thoro will bo a gospol servico
and sermon at tho Palaraa chapol
at 7:30 tomorrow evening.
Thoro aro a number of pooplo
who will mako donations of coin
to others after tho ball gamo to
day. Alex. Young and daughtors aro
expected homo on tho Australia.
Mrs. Young will remain in San
Francisco for a timo.
Tho regular Sunday afternoon
band concort will bo givon at
Makoo Island tomorrow aftornoou,
commencing at 3:30.
Mrs. Thomas Smith will leavo
on tho Iwnlaui to spend Bovoral
weeks nt llonokna to recupornto
from hor sovoro attack of illness.
Tho subject of Eev. Mr. Birnio's
discourso at tho Central Union
Church tomonow ovoning will bo
"Doubts and What to Do With
Tho reception on tho U. S. S.
Adams yestorday afternoon was a
most successful affair. Ollicers of
thoZarngoza and Saida and many
society ladies were present.
An will bo seen in another
column Captain Graham of the
ship W. F. Bubcook is having n
lot of trouble in sottling up his
scamon's wngos in Now lork.
Tho Australia from San Fran
cisco on Friday next will likoiy
bring tho first nows of tho Chica
go convention, although tho War
rimoo is duo from Vancouver on
Eov. Mr. Garvin of tho Christ
ian Church will preach tomorrow
morning on "Offences and Stumb
ling." Tho ovoning lecture will
bo on tho subject of "Babel and
Tho Anglican Churoh Chronicle
for July has tho usual highly ap
propriate editorials for church
folk, together with woll-fillod aux
iliary departments, including an
C. W. Macfarlaue is agent for
tho firm of Hooker t Co., San
Francisco, manufacturers of tho
famous Honolulu road wagons,
one of tho most durable and com
fortablo vehicles over exhibited
Prof. Falb of Vienna announces
that tho earth will collide with a
comet on November 13, 1890. The
earth itself will survive tho shook,
but evory living thing will bo
choked with poisonous gases and
bo finally ororaatod.
At its meeting last night tho
Scottish Thistlo Club elected Wil
liam White as chief, in placo of
Aroh. O. Stoelo, resigned on ac
count of removal to Hilo. Fred.
Wood was olectod as chieftain in
placo of Mr. White, promoted.
The closing exorcises of tho
Anglican Ohinoso Mission school
will bo hold in St. Androw's cathe
dral Sunday school room on Mon
day, July 13th, at 1:30 p. m. All
thoso who aro interested aro in
vited to attond. Tho exorcises
will consist of English and Chi
nese recitations, dialogues and
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEUD CO., Hole A'jcnts.
A. V. Gear has routed his No. 7,
cottngo on Young street.
Minstrel performance next
Saturday night, July 18th.
Marshal Brown has gone to
Koloa to prosecute a case.
Captain Simorsou Bays that
Madamo Polo is sloeping soundly.
Lodging hotiBO, contrally locat
ed, 13 furnished rooms, good lease.
For salo cheap by A. V. Gear.
Deputy Attorney General Dole
and Deputy Marshal Hitchcock
roturneu f rom court at Houokaa
G. E. Boardman has designated
Fred. B. Oat to represent him in
porronal business during his ub
ssnee. Y. M. O. A. praise sorvico to
morrow at 0:30. Subject Is ho
thy loader? John 10:4-5; Ps. 23.
All young men aro welcome.
Col. McLean has appointed
Capt. T. B. Murray, Liout Olaf
Borgstrom and Lieut. W. M.
Fetter as a boord of examining
officers of tho non-commissioned
Nearly everybody was talking
baseball on tho streets this morn
ing nnd it is safe to say thoro will
bo a big crowd at tho game. Both
sides aro equally confidout of
J. W. Borgstrom ia agent for
tho colobrated- Kroogor pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand pianos taken as part
payment. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. l'elo.347.
Clerk Sea of the police station
has gono over to Kaneoho on
a Httlo business of his own, and
itis more than likoiy somobody
will suffer for tho trip. Ollicor
Hammor is doing tho clorical
work of the station house today.
Captain Harry Evans, who
acquiring tho name of a "holy
torror" along tho waterfront,
captured a deserter from tho Ma
lum Ala lust night. This morn
ing ho was aftor two moro who
had just got away from tho Matil
da and it is Bafo to say ho will get
them beforo night.
Through tho Anglicau Church
Chronicle tho marriugo is announ
ced of Miss Margaret, daughtor of
Eev. Georgo Wallace, formerly of
Honolulu, to Mr. Charles Wyko
ham Malo Birch. The event took
placo nt Tokio, Japan, on Juno 20.
Tho brido is a niece of Eight Eov.
Bishop McKim of Japan.
Singors lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
euso of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
King and Bethel strcots.
AT M.Ki:i; ISLAND.
I'rosrnin Knr tlio Concort to be Given
Tho regular Sunday afternoon
concert will bo givon at Makco
Island tomonow, commencing at
3:30. Tho following excellent pro
gram has been arranged by Pro
Overture Cullf of Huf;Uad BoldUIi'U
(a) I'llyilm Climus
(t) KM-nlncStar Wagner
I'm) ur Moses In Eg) jit Kosslnl
8elutlou-l!olicmlan Girl Unlfe
Overture The Mill mi tho Clltf ....RellRfr
VnnVisia--My Old KuitucLy IIome...I)ulbty
Inturmerzn Caalltrln ltiiBtlea!)a.,Maseacnl
rtuitajl.i Aunlu nlntf of the J.!oii....KonzM
At Uniiiui Sqnnre.
Tho Ilawaiiau band will play
at Emma square this aftornoon,
with tho following program:
March Tho Thunderer Sousn
OverturePeter Stbmoll Weber
Selection Faust Gounod
Fantasia Mill In the Forest EllcnberK
Waltz WalklU Beach Hcrfer
I'olkn IIllo Hay Uerger
Thoro seoms to bo somo blight
affooting the bloom of tho beauti
ful Punciana Begin this season,
for of all tho troos in tho city but
fow havo blossoms enough to at
tract attention. Tho one on Hotel
stroot next to tho Arlington is a
notable exception, aud in cou
sequouco is a sourco of wondor
and delight to visitors who have
never before Been this tioo in
bloom. King Bros, havo made
sovornl oxcollont skotohos in oil
nnd wntor colors of this subject,
which aro mooting with ready
Highest of all in Loavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
m tflfiess ol
stands for wasting, de
creasing vitality, impove
rished blood. Tho com
bination of Cod Liver
Oil with the Hypophos
phitos of lime and soda
as prepared in it, te
exactly what is needed
for tho above conditions.
"Tho kind that Cures."
nun DRUG 60.
Special Wo. 2
An Extrnordinarj' Bargain
Pleated and Plain Bosoms
At 75c Each
Special No. 3
Is Something that is want
ed at nil times, an : : :
All Silk Shield Bow
in various Colors nnd Effects
at 10c. each or 3 for 25c.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
"Waverley Block, Hotel Street.
B Shirts Made to Order.
K THE CIRCDIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Hiiwniiun Islands. In tho
matter of tho Jnkrptoy of Nco Loo. do
ing husinosH in Honolulu nnd Lnhniua.
Creditors of tho said bankrupt oio hereby
notilied to como in nnd prove thoir debts
boforo tho Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of o
1st Cirouit, nt tho Court House, in Hono.
luln, on MOiS'DAY, the 20th dny of July,
181X1, lwtweon tho hours of 10 o'olook in
tho forenoon nnd noon of tho sniil dny, nnd
elect nu Ahsigueo of tho Baid Bankrupt's
Uy the Court:
Magifficeii!Works of Art
Tho Celebrated Paintings in Water Colors and
Oil from tho Brush of
Aro now on EXHIBITION at tho ART
BOOMS of the ....
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
bs Admission Pree ! -
JUST RECEIVED A LxlRGE CONSIGNMENT Oiy'"
Water Colors, Oil Paints,
Color Boxes, Paint Brushes,'
Wfrisor $ Newton's Canvas,
Bevel and Plain Mirrors,
Picture Mouldings, Itto.
liemitiftil nuil Stylish..
An Endless Vniioty.
NO. 10 FORT ST.
Saturday, Juy II, 1896
Game Galled at 3:30 p. si.
.A-d miss ion, - 2oc.
Take an Outing
Train b will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. Jr., nrrivitip; in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Clues 2d Class
Pearl Oity 4 75 $ 50
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Wiiiniino 1 50 1 25
Ilnviug sovcrod my connection with tho
business establishment of J, T.Wnterhonhe,
I desiro to sny to my friends nnd tho public
that I can bo found, for the present, nt tho
ollice of tho Into O. R. McVeigh, corner of
Queen nnd Kuunuu streets.
3io-fit Walter o. weedon.
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs I
NOW OPEN AT
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520 iForfc Street.
. Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN" AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
est P R I C JES WAY DO"W :r m
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TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
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" I receive orders for
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bluff and offer no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Fit,
comfort, durability and style. They stand alono
and wo behind thorn.
Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Fort Streot, Houolulu.
Latest Combination of Colors
AKD - LACES
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