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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. S. MdCnudlesB is in tho city.
Minstrels on Saturday evening,
Band concert tonight at Emma
Captain Murray calls Co. H. to
drill this evening. i-
A. V. Gear sold a lino rosidenco
lot at Makiki this morning.
The China sails for tho Coast
at G p. tn. Mail closes at 5.
Tho China has twonty-nino
through passongors for San Fran
cisco. Mr. and Mrs. William Eassio
of Koalia, Kauai, aro at tho Ha
waiian. One Ohincso chefa fiend was
arrested this morning and another
lolu tor investigation.
All meinbors of tho American
innrMin nrn rnrmnnfnrl fr 1 nrnannf:
!Jlf n innnfmn InmnMnu nvntiinn
The contrnct for biiildintr tlin
Hilo jail has boon awarded to
John Uook. His bid was $2125.
There will bo a special inoetinc
of tho Leilani boat club at tho
Ilawaiiau hotel this evening at
James 13. Castle, tho Collector
General, loaves on tho Chiun this
aftoruooii, to bo gono about thrco
Pilipo, a nativo who ought to
luiow bettor, was arrested this
morning for assault and battery
on his wifo.
Consol Eonjes gnvo a farowoll
ontorainmont to tho oflicors of
tho Mexican corvette on Saturday
Mos.srs. J". 13. Castle, E. II.
BramwU and G. lioith were tho
only poAsongors booked to leave
on tho China up to 2 p. in.
A pack train consisting of about
twenty animals brought in a lot
of rice from Kailua Mill for H. E.
Mclntyro & 13ro. this morning.
0. Henry White offers his ser
vices to teachers dosiring to pre
pare for tho coming examinations.
Mr. White is an Oxford graduate.
Tho closed exorcises of the An
glican Chinoso Mission school aro
boiug hold in tho school room of
St. Andrew's cathedral this after
noon. Tho now sign to bo placed over
tho main's ontrnncoof AVildor&'Co.
store by tho Wilder Steamship
Company will be a vory elaborate
San Francisco nanors noto tho
arrival of Alexander Young and
family at tho Occidental on tneir
return from a trip to the Yose
Tho native flower girls had their
annual drive to Waikiki on Satur
day afternoon. Two 'buses wero
occupied, which wore gaily dec
orated with flags.
One of Mark Eobinson's Hotel
etreot stores is being fitted up for
Y. Yoshikawa, a wholoBale liquor
dealer, and the agency of the
Kobe Immigration Company.
Fred. L. Waldrou, of the gro
cery dopartraont of Thoo. H. Da
vies & Co., returned yesterday
from a week's tour of Kauai,
where ho combined business with
Harry Wilder made several in
effectual attompts to steal second
baso in Saturday's game. After
ono oE them somebody in tho
grand stand yolled out: "You run
like a lumber wagon."
Tho San Franoisco Y. M. C. A.
has raised 8100,000 by subscrip
tion, and needs S50.000 more to
clear off its debt. What has been
already secured will eavo tho
building from foreclosure.
Tho Shanghai Celestial Empire
of Juno 2G makes vory favorable
mention of tho previous wook's
performance of Wirth's circus.
This does not look as if tho con
cern had gono to smash, as tho
Star horo reported it had before
Although most of tho saloons
are short of boor just now there
is still a fine supply of fresh, cool
Fredorioksburg at tho Anchor.
Billy Cunningham has on hand a
nico lot of bottled bock also. It
is splendid, too. Go and try it
and drive tho malaria out of your
I H m . .-
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Aycnts,
Tho noxt ball game will bo be
tween tho Kamohnmeha aud First
Tom Hoi linker's Shotlnud pony
and cart and Jim Dodd's jaunting
car divided honors at tho park
Dr. W. F. Arnold of tho United
States Navy and Lieutenants A.
Boutakaff and S. Tolapff of the
Imperial Russian Navy ore
through passengers on tho China.
Thoro having boen a case of
smallpox or plaguo aboard tho
China nt Hongkong, no ono but
officials aud dock laborers wero
allowed on Pacific Mail wharf to
day. Customs officers Elvin and Ka
nuha soizod six half-pound tins
of opium concealed in shoos yes
terday, tho property of a Chinese
who camo over on tho Olaudiuo.
Ho was arrested.
Thoro was a big attendance at
the Sunday concert at ALakee
Island yesterday, tho number of
carriages boing especially large.
British Commissioner Hawes was
among those present.
Lieutenant Lucien Young, who
gained considerable notoriety
when ho was here on tho U. S. S.
Boston, is due to arrive horo on
Saturday, on hia wayto join tho
U. S. S. Detroit in Japaneso
A match shoot on Saturday bo
twoon two teainB of ten men each
from Company B, captained by
Sergeant Elvin and Captain Whito
respectively, was won by Ser
geant Elviu's toam by a score of
413 to 394.
Ministo? Cooper has rocoivod a
letter from Minister Smith. Tho
Attorney General will sail for
homo tomorrow by tho Bolgic.
Ho and Dr. Wood of tho Board of
Health, since last previous ad
vicos, had visited Canton nnd
Macao. They wore well. Tho
plaguo was abating at Canton,
Macao and Hongkong, but was
worse at Foo Chow.
Till: AU.HTKAMA.V CUIt'KE'IXUS.
Ill-llfl'll l).v Six Vt'lcUolH In lliu lulcli
Aeulml All i:ii(;laiitl.
The London Daily Ohrouiclo
says that the stiiiicl of Giffin and
Darling in tho match iigninst tho
South of England muy rank as
one of the uiopt noteworthy fonts
over accomplished in that country.
The partnership of these two
Australians yielded 213 run?, and
tne strango part of it oil wns that
oich man rotund with 115 runs
to his credit
Poughor, tho Loicestorshire
bowli-r, who was principally in
strumental in disposing of tho
Australian cloven in their match
with tho Alarylobono cricket toam
for 18 runs, got two wickots for
no runs in his Gist over. His
second over was u maidon, while
in tho third ho scored threo
wickets for no runs. His is a pho
nomenal record. Poughor novor
took a wickul in tho second inniug,
Heurne capturing ovary wicket
except GifTiu, who did not but.
Tho match between the Austra
lians and .All Bnghnd eh-vons
resulted in a victory for tho latter
toam by six wiokots.
It was Lohman and llichardson
who accomplished tho groat feat
of disposing of the Australian
olevon in the cricket mutch against
tho All England toam for 53 runs.
HIS LAST OlWOUTt'XITX.
Continued from 1st Paye.
every American in tho Northorn
States haB oxporioncod it whon
spending n winter on the farm.
Tho gray sky iB as truo to naturo
as naturo itsolf and tho snow is so
well laid on that one can easily
imagine its depth. To tho pooplo
of Honolulu who only road of
such things a picture of this char
acter will do niuoh toward decreas
ing tho desire for nn oxponsivo
trip to tho Stntes.
Hcalani Yacht and Boat Club.
A SPECIAL MEETING OV THE
Ilenkui Yacht nnd Boat Club will bo hold
nttlio Hoaluuiltant Houso on THUUSDAY
EVENING, July 10th, at 7j30 o'clock, for
tho purpoHO of .filllug vacancies iu tho
Board ol Dirootora ami transacting otlior
business of impoitauco, A full attendance
Per order of tho Bonrrt of Dirooturs,
Ilol-5t ' Jjo.retary.
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 13, 1896.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
Medicines aro only useful in
assisting nature. In diseases
that attack tho throat and
lungs, causing emaciation and
wasting, there's no better
It expels the germs of
disease, restores wasted tissue,
makes new blood. Agreeablo
to tho weak stomach. "Makes
thin pcoplo fat." Largo
Hobron Drug Co.
Another v Performance
July 18, IHOO.
A. NEW AFTERPIECE !
B3- B. L. Finney will Jugglo
Indian Clubs Blindfolded.
Tickets on Sale THURSDAY.
TIIEHE WILL DE A MEETING OP
Meinbors of tho American Leaguo at their
Hull, noar tho corner of King nnd Bethel
streets, on TUESDAY EVENING, July
14th, at 7.30 o'clock. All .Meinbors aro re
quested to bo present.
353 2t PEIt OltDER.
Grand - Auction - Sale I
Wednesday, July 15th, at 10 a. m.,
JAMES P. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Tho Celebrated Paintings in Water Colors and
Oil from tho Brush of
Aro now on EXPIIBITION at tho ART
ROOMS of the -
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
war Admission Free ! -
JUST RECEIVED A LAltGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Water Colors, Oil Faints,
Color Boxes, Vainb Brushes,
Wlnsor Newton's Canvas,
Bevel and Plain Mirrors,
Picture Mouldings, Elo.
Beautiful nnd Stylish.
An Endless Variety.
NO. 10 FORT ST
Special No. 2
An Extraordinary Bargain
Pleated and Plain Bo3oms
Special Ho. 3
Is Something that is want
ed at all times, nn : : :
All Silk Shield Bow
in various Colors aud Effects
at 10c. each or 3 for 25c.
I. LEVINCISTON, - - Manager,
Wavorley Block, Hotel Street.
E Shirts Made to Order.
Take an Outing
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Trains will leave at 9:15 A. m,
and J :I5 r. jr., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Class
Penrl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wuinnno 1 50 1 25
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
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Cut no Ico with sensiblo people. Wo nialco no
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amental principles of construction, nnmcty: Fit,
comfort, durability aud stylo. They stand alone
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Melnerny's Shoe Store,
105 Fort Street, Honolulu.
519 FORT STREET.
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