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TEE EVENING UULLHTJNM .BOKOftlLU, H. I.j MAY 25, 1899.
' Fresh Goods by Every Steamer..
- S. J. SALTER, v ,
Grocery and Provision Merchant
Orplieum Block, Fort Street.
(Opposite Central Fire Station.)
I Just Received Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut,
Spiced Herrings and Seattle BIock.'Butter.
GOODS DEMVriWD TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
A Lit ye Assortment "'
City Furniture Store,
Telephones 10. Love Building, 5:U-530 Port St.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. O. P.,
Mooti pory Monday eu'tilng nl7:30,
In Harmony Hull, King rtrcot.
J. I). MoVEIGH, N. a.
U 11. IIENDUY, Secretary.
All vlnltliiB brothcix ory cordially
MYSTIO LODGE No. 2, K.of P.,
Meets) every Wednesday evening ut
7:30 o'clock, Onllc Hall, Fort street.'
Visiting brothers conlliilly invited to
1015 A.K.MUKl'HY, K. R.B. ,
HONOLULU "Oil AI'TEU No. 1,
R. A. M.,
Moots oory third Thursday evening In
MntonlcTcmplu. All Veiling compan
ions cordially Invited.
A. P.aiU'ILT.AK, H. P.
J. I). TUClCnn, SVi rotary.
No 1, K. T.
Meets in Masonic Teniplo on tho second
Thurwlny conlng of each month. 'All
Visiting Sir KulghlN courteously InvltoiU
IIKNKY 1 COOPER, E. C-
J. I)- TUCKER, Recorder. .
OA1JU LODGE" No. lK. of P.
Moots oory Thursday oonlug nt their
Castle Hall, WA Fort htrcot, nt 7:W.
Mombors of Myotic lxwlgo No. 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
0. E.WAR1). O.
1019 , K. of It. and S.
COURT LUNALJLO No. GCOO,
A. 0. P.,
Meets every !lrt and third .Friday, at
K. of I. Hull. Fort i-treot. A cordial
Aivltatlon Is extended to visiting broth
ers. Tor order C. K.
Wi A. FITTTER,
NUUANU OUAPTER ROSE
No.l,A. & A.S.K.
Moots the llrst Thursday In each month,
at Masonic Tomplo. Sojourning and
visiting brothors cordially Invited to at
tend all mootlngs.
W. M." . FRANK II. AUERBACH.
ALLAN II. riORIMO;-.OUR. Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21,
F. AND A. M.
Masonic Temple, N. E. correr Alakea and Hotel Sts
Stated montlngs, llrst Monday each
snontli. Siioclal inCotlngs, when callod
(will be notod In tlds spuco).
Mombor, Lodgo Lo Progros, Pad do
Lodgo, and all hojournlng brethren cor
ED. I. SPALDING, W.M.
K. R. C. WAILACE. Secretary.
KAMEUAIilEIIA LODGE OF
No. I, A.-. fc A. B. R.
Meets nt Masonic Tcmnlo tho fourth1
Thursday In each month. Sojourning
and visiting brothers nro cordially In
vited to attend nil moetlngs.
V.'. M.'. FRANK 11. AUERIMCTI.
CLARENCE L. CRAIU1E. Secretary.
LODdE LE IMtOGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. S.Rito.
Staged meetings on thn last Monday of
each month, In Iti hall, Masonic Tdmplo.
GEO. CAJUTON, W. M.
VM. r. JOHNSON, frocrotnry.
OEO. W. DeLONG POST No.
46 G. A. R.,
Dopartmont of California and Nevada,
mcots at Harmony Hall, King street,
first Thursday emiIiigof every month,
Bojnurnlng coloration aro cordially l,n
rltod to attend.
L. L. LaPIERRE, P. 0.
JA.S. T. COPKr.AND, Adjt.
V, THISTLE CLUR,
'Love Block, Fort htreotj. Reading room
open day and oviming for reading and
social intercourse. Iteguhir mootlngs
Friday, 7:30 p. in. Vlnltliig Scotsmen
especially wolcninn at all tliues.
Oi;0. L. DAM;, Chlof.
ALEX. H. KENNEDY, Secretary.
Wayerloy Illotk entnmco on llethel
A,itroet. Files of standard mugalnoN and
porlrdlcals j lending library) billiard,
pool ami card tables forfrce.usn pf nioin
bors, ArranRements for trinsleiil visit-
prs. Entranrn fee fl.!!5j monthly dues,
In luhnnio, $1. Itooms open Iron 8n in.
to 11 p. in. everyday.
A. V. GEAR, Presldont.
JAMES T.COPELAND, Rccordlng.Sno'y.
ALLEN R.SCRIMO HOUR, Fin. Kou'y.
Island Orders Solicited.
P. O. Box 300.
Haying returned and rttatllshed myielfat the
European Shaving Parlor, Merchant ttreet. opposite
JudJ UullJInir, I with to call 0 attention, ol my old
customer! and new ones who wish to favor us with
M A. PIXOTfX
Formerly of the.Unlon Darter Shop.
G ,S. SOMMA,
Has opened business In the
With a first-class
The fatronaceoi old friends and the public efn
erjlly Is respectfully solicited. m ,
Arlington Bloek, notei Streot,
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
snouLi) m: without
A SUPPLY OF
ON HAND ,
It Jnfl beromo vory popular, rind Isbolng
usotl by both soxes. 'A Miro euro for
tlandruir, prickloy heat, aVid all skin
dlsoasos. Sold byl all druggists, and at
Union l$arl)or Shop. Ttoutopibor the
trademark, "tho two facos." Dowaro
' ' F, PA0HEC0,
Tel find. Solo Proprietor.
j, The Lvst Car.
i Tho InsKcnra of tho King etroot
line goiuy to Waikiki ond Palama
pass the Anchor Saloon. The
clovoEOttl mixologists in tho oity
nro thoro alwayB to put (you up
nnylhinrj you may doeiro. Drop
iu and take a drop bpfqroyou take
tho car, Tho; colabra(ed Seattle
bpor i'b to bn had horo on draught.
A full line of (liquors including th,o
famous ,A. A. Jppbr lIo(EoJVhieky
otc, Blwnys on hand, ilpcnivec
per Wnrijmpn, Rainior Bock Beer
n draught. The Anchor Saloon
is hero to plonflo itfi patrons.
Orphruiu hchIh can bo booked
by ringing up Tolophono No. CIO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
' 1 '
Orphourn Theatre tonight.
'Saturday, 2:30 p.'m., Orpheum
. CyolonotCamera's aro tho best;
r AVhoelB, rented; J. J. Riohard
son, Hotel etreot.
Arnorican Messongor Serrico
open 'hll night. Tolophono 444,
Oahu Lodgo, No. 1, K. of P.,
moot at Castle hall this evening at
Tho band will givo a concert on
Mtikeo Inland at the usnal time
, Dr. Posey, Bpocialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso diseases.
Do you liko to drink puro whis
ky? Then if you do call for
"A. A." Joeso Mooro at any of tho
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tennis on tho conrts of tho Pa
ciGc and Bcretauiti tonnis clubs
this afternoon. Tho men's doubles
will bo started. All those inter
ested in tho gamo'aro cordially in
vited to attend.
New Hawaiian History Alex
ander's Hawaiian History with
the "unauthorized" chnpler added
has been purchased by, and is on
saje at tho Golden Rulo Bazaar,
310 Fort street.
Complaint has been mado to the
Attorney Genqral's department
against tho retention under tljd
department of PolicomanKaohelo
alii. Attorney Gear, defendicg
Ah Hopa of Waiaholo for opium
in possession, proved to tho satis;
faction of tho judge that Eaohelo
ahi had secroted opium in tbo
Chinaman's house and then ar
rested him for having tho opium.
Mak re Island Concert.
Tho band will play tho follow
ing selections, at a concert on Ma
koc Island this ovoning: '
March Kl Cahttnn Rousa
Miserere It Troyatoro Verdi
Selection Robin Hood De Koven
(a) Malanal. I Lovo Somebody
(b) Liko no u Like. Hi Id no me A'u.
Mrs. N. Alapnl.
Cornet Solo Lizzie Polk;i...Hurtmnn
Mr Charles Kreuter. ' i
Selection The Sereimdors Horbert
AValtz The Tyrolean Zoeller
March Georgia Ctinip Meeting...
J ' MIIIS
Tho Star Spangled Banner,
Tho combined effects of tho
minstrel show in tho afternoon
and tbo Queen's, birthday ball in
tho ovoninc, caused a considerable
shrinkage iu the attondanco at the
Urpboum Inst nigut. JNovertuelees,
tho program was ably carried out.
Tho farce, "A $10,000," proved,
quito equal to its predecessor aa
regards lun and laucntor. Julio
Glorino as Pelo, the tiro queen,
in ner wonuorlul pictorial evolu
tions, again elicited prolonged ap
plause Tho Misses Ashley, Gra
ham, Dalo and Parnol, onvo now
specialties and songs, and tho
malo membors of tho company
somo amusing turnB.
YraterilnyU 1'ractlce (Jnnio.
The prnctico camo between tho
Star and tho Artillery teams on
tbo Alakiki baseball crounus yes
terday afternoon was won by the"
former by a tcoro of 13 to 6. Tho
attendance was not good on ac
count of tho counter attractions in
town. All tho boys need is a
littlo moro practice. Thoro is ex
cellent material in the' three
league, teams as will undoubtedly
no teen ueiore moro man a couple
of games are played. Tho scores
by innings is aa -follows:
,i 3 4
3 4 i z o o i i ij
Tho first camo of tho regular
schedule 'will bo' play'ed off Satur
day afternoon between tho Stars'
and EamehamehaB. '
1 .,. alalia II 1 (
The Bulletin classifies its ads, Re
sult small advertisers get a square
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder of illeh-tiradt
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Works, 691 KINO ST.
P O Dox 6jj. Telephone 760,
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to u )ma0 ' ii J
Sale by All Dealers
Spreckels' Park, Kabnlal, Maui,
TUESDAY, JULY 4. 1899,
Rnccs to commence
nt 10 o'clock a. in., sharp.
One mile-dash for Maui cyclists. First
prize $2$ gold medal, second prize $10;
entrance fee 55.
Second TROTTING AND PACING
One-mile heats, best two In three', free
for all. Purse $250. '
ThlrJ-RUNNING RACE. '
Half-mile dash, free for all pontes' 14
hands or under. Purse feo.
Three-fourths of a mile dash, free for
all Maul bred horses. 'Purse $100.
Flfth-TROtTING AND PACING TO
One-mile heats, best two In three, 2:50
class for Maul horses. Purse 5150.
One-half mile and repeat, free for all
Maul bred horses. Purse f too.
One-mile dash, for all hbrses that have
naver won !a race, members of the Asso
ciation to ride. Entrance fee f$; entries
to close ten minutes before the race. Gold
Elghth-RUNNING RACE. '
One-mile dash, free for all. Purse $150.
Ninth-TROTTING AND PACING TO
HARNESS. ' ! -
One-mile heats, best 2 In 3, 3:20 class
forMaul bred horses. Purse f 100.
One-fourth mile dash, free for all Maul
bred horses. Purse 575.
One-half mile dash, catch weights.
All entries are to be made with the Sec
retary before 12 p'clock noon on Thursday,
June 22nd, 1899.
Entrance fee to be 10 per cent of the
puree, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to be run qr trotted under the
rules of the Maul Racing Association.
All-horses are expected to start unless
withdrawn by 12 o'clpck noon on July
3rd, l809. I 4 - -
Per order of Executive Committee.
. Secretary Maul Racing Association.
1224-M&TI1 to Jei9 1
NUYS, ApVRTIJSEMKNT AND
' ' BUSINESS AGENT.
Il4i King St. P 0. Box 93.'
Lattcf Stn frsnclsco, hastopened ' f
experience and constant attendance to work at the
Coast Mrsj Wolf has acquired the art of perfect
fitting, and also giving full satisfaction In the latest
and modem fashlnn.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants , who advertise in
IJI l KVIIOLEHALi: 'ANDMlrTTAlL- , U
M s -Tobaooonists Dfl
U r r r Q u Mil
il 2 6r o M
M S s yT? 2 a In
fft t Cor, fori and Merchant Streets, flfl
' Mmrrmr sms mu. MC--aeViMr"-istT-,jK-iisi,ri''MSil
H. HACKFELD &"00:.lTD"
COMPL!ET ASSORTMENT! OF
PRY GOODS !
French, GermanpErtgUsh ind Aqerlcan.. ,
A Fine Selection of Dress Goods, Zephyrs, etcr
', I Tailors' Goods, 'a Eull A ssortinont.
Clothing, TJiiflorjveaiv qliawls. .
- A Large Variety of ' SADpLES and SADDLE
MAKERSTRIMMINQS.' ', ' , .
American ,pnd European t ,
. , jGHOOBRIES, LIQTJOB, BEERS AND
, . MTNERAL "WATERS
EISDON ,IE05. WOEIS,
Ssin. za-rxcisco. Cal.
... ' j , ,
Engineers and Builders.
PUMPING MACIIINEIIY, HKINK BOILKRS,
PLAIN TUnULATl BOILERS, CORLISS ENGINES,
CANE CARS, VACUUM PANS,
... And nil Machinery for tho comploto cqulpmout of Sugar MIUs.
OFFICE, Room 9, Spreckels Block, Honolulu, H. 1.
P. 0. Box
f ' Wk
THEO. H. DAV1ES CO., LTD.
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
5 One" thoroughbred White
Bhglish - Setter.
'J Onel ' l,yera:oIored thG!rough
bred Pointer,' Bitch Jiist the
right ae fdr 'training.
C W.. MACFARL.ANE.
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