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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., KAT1BIMV, JCNE 9, 100.
HP a TUE
$;-, ZRUNGTON BLOCKjWtt, ST. 520
I Were You it
the Fi st View?
Everybody seemed to enjoy looking at the Dainty
CoLrings, New Designs and Large Assortment.
What we have shown is only a "drop in tha
bucket" to what we will have arriving by every
We will carry the latest creations.
It will be worth your while to patronize this store.
ME. Brasch Co, ft
THE UNION GRILL !
Open Day And - Night !
An Experienced Caterer will attend to Outside Orders I
SUPPERS FOR THEATRE PARTIES!
Fresh ( ysters : Ctmc in Season; Ftc , Etc
LuGAL AM) GhNhKAL,
-jA.T A-1-.Ij KCOXTK.S !-
Grill Roc m for Ladies and Private Parties op stairs
Kii)g Street, near Fort.
OEO. LYOTJiRGrTTS, Proprietor,
I Puzzle In Politics.
1 The Philadelphia Record Is srulltv
HARMONY LODHE NO. 3. , nBa'n bringing out tho following
L O O V ' P,lzzle which It locates, naturally, In
uw .. ukiuiiv vininr nt 7r3ft uerraantown
i Hamoa? Hall. King olreot
J. D. McVEIOH. N. Q.
. R. HKNDRY. Secretary.
tMOks brothers Tory cordially
MTftrnO LODGE. No. 2. K. of P.
Mwli rry Wednesday evening at
l:M 'leek. Cattle Hall, Fort street,
WmOMt krUers cordially Invited to
8. J. HALTER, C. C.
A. B. MURPHY. K. R. 8.
B. D. 1).
BOMOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.
Heees erery third Thursday evening
Masonic Temple. All visiting com
Blojta cordially lnvltnd.
A. P. QILFILLAN, II. P.
X D. TUCKER, Secretary.
The answer of course Is: "Slgsbeo
(sent) Dowey Bum llmburger cheese."
You aro supposed to ask where the
"sent" Is, and that la whero you fall
down. Tho scent Is In tho cheese, and
tho questioner then wags two long,
splay ears and lets a hee-haw that
would Rharoo a Missouri mulo at oat
No. 1, K. 1:
Mseta In Masonic Temple on tho boc-
md Thursday evening of each month.
Ull Tlsttlng Sir Knlghta courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
iMtle Hall, 420 Fort Btrect, at 7:30.
sabers ot Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
trlattlag brothers, cordially Invited.
A.N. SINCLAIR, C.C.
M. ROSEN OLEDT.
1C of R. and 3..
NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
Ne. 1. A. & A.. 8. R.
Moots the flrrt Thursday In each
Month, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn
tmt and visiting brothers cordially In
Mad to attend all meetlngn.
W. M.. FRANK B. AUERBACH.
ALLAN B. 8CK1MQEOUR Secretary.
LODGE Le I'ltUliKES UE
N. 124, A. & A. 8. Rite,
tated meetings on the Inst Monday
each month, in Its hull, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. W. M.
H. B. FRIEL. Sermtary
OBO. W. Ue LONU POSX No.
4o. G A. R.
Departmrnt of California and Neva
la. mu ill Hurimmy Hall. King
met. Oral Thuru.tiiy venlnn of nvory
sooth. rto)mirnlUK comrades are cor
tfelly Invited to attend.
W L. BATON, P. C.
JAB. T. COPELAND. AdJL
HAWAIIAN LODUE, N0T2X
P & A. M.
Rated meetings, flm Monday each
Month. Special mentions, when called
(will be noted In this apace.)
Members Lodge Lo Progres, Pacific
lodge, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. M.
ICH n WALLACE Secretary.
The Arlington Billiard Parlors have
removed to Port street opposite Lovo
koildlnc. where It will be known as the
Braaswlrk Billiard Parlors. Every
triHir Bmt u. ..n to date. Clf'i.
On the Aoranfil.
Tho Aorangl has quite a menagerlo
aboard. In tho first place, there Is a
largo wild cat, with a couple ot rac
coons on tho side. A prize-winning 42
pound turkey Is another member of tho
group. There aro also a large number
ot fine Australian sheep that aro being
taken homo, after a season on the
Water colors in sets for
school children or adults also
a new stock of separate colors
and brushes are now on hand
At KING BROS.,
The Orphcum tonight.
Francis Gny lins corao to town.
Koloa plantation begins grinding
again on Monday.
AUiuricuu MesHcnger Service, Ma
ionic Temple. Tel. 444
Thcro will be a golf tournament on
the Moanalua links Sunday.
WEUUINO STATIONERY. Engraveo
H. F. WICHMAN.
A. S. Ilartwcll and H. von Holt re
turned from Kauai In the Mlkahala to
day. Tlicio wns a very successful magic
lantern show at the Seaman's Club last
cicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from f 1.00
pur week up.
Kauai steamers report 89,059 bags of
sugar left on the Garden Islo up to yes
The Dckiim-Mycrs wedding takes
place nt 2 o'clock this afternoon In St.
After qulto a stay on the Const, Dr.
and Mrs. Wayson returned homo In
tho Aornngl last night.
The Blocmfontcln Is rushing the
worn of discharging. She was busy at
this until 9:30 o'clock lasi night.
Remember that robin's egg blue Is
the standing color of the Tribune bi
cycle. Whitman & Co. arc the agents:'
Tho Minister of tho Interior gives
notice In this Issue of tho closing of all
Government olllccs Admission Day,
The Mlkahala reports that the
Eclipse will leavo Makawcl! for this
port at 3 p. m. today with 3850 bags of
Fresh groceries and delicacies by tho
Australia Wednesday for Guerrero &
Hoke, grocers, Miller street above
A celebration of tho Holy Com
munion wilt tako placo at St. Andrew 3
cathedral tomorrow morning at C: 45
o'clock Instead of 5:30.
G. N. Wilcox, Rov. Hans Isenbcrg,
Deputy Sheriff W. II. Rice, .lr., M. F.
Piosscr, Dr. II. C. Watt arrived in tho
W. Q. Hall this morning.
Tho KInau, from Maul and Hawaii
ports this morning, brought the follow
ing cargo: 353 sks potatoes, 134 ska
corn, 257 sheep and 29 hogs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander were tho on
ly members of the Hognn troupe that
did not leave In tho Warrlmoo yester
day. Mr. Alexander has obtained a sit
uation In town and will remain.
Among tho arrivals in tho Clauillno
wero tho following: E. II. Paris, J. W.
GIrvIn, Capt. J. Piltz, Dr. Boote, W. II.
Hayscldcn, Tom McTlghc, J. B. Castle,
N, Omstcd and W. H. Crozlcr and
Lono Oplo, charged with rape, was
found guilty by a native Jury In Wal
luku June 7, three dissenting. Judge
Knlua sentenced defendant to four
years Imprisonment at bard labor and
to pay costs.
Trouble Is looked for from the mem
bers of the crew of tho Marie, Just re
cently shipped, when pollco officers at
tempt to put them aboard that vessel
Friday afternoon. They swear they
will not go aboard.
Every check, draft or order drawn
on sight on or after Juno 14, payable nt
sight or on demand, must have thereon
a 2-cent United Mates Internal Reve
nue stamp, cancelled by tho Initial of
tho drawer. Sec notice under New To
day. Among tho arrivals from Maul and
Hawaii ports In tho Klnau this morn
ing wero the following: J. R. Wilson,
Sam Nowleln, A. W. Carter, T. R. Rob
inson, Miss Lucy Ward, J. S. Low, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Low, J. A. McCandlcss,
P. S. Scales and H. P. McCorrlston.
Tho KInau reports as follows on su
gar left on Hawaii, June 7: Walakea,
9,000: Walnaku, 11.000: Onomea Sugar
Company, 18,000; Pepcckco, 8.000; Ho-
nomu, 12,000; Hakalau, 21.000: L. S.
Co., 5,000; Kukalau, 700; Honokaa, 23,
000; Kukuihacle, 4,500; Punaluu, 8,000;
tionuapo, iuu. Total, 150,900.
J fiim i
CHAS. D. WALKER.
Dtslentr a. 1 Builder of High-Grid
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Works, 60. KING ST.
Boi6t Telephone 6e
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
: CURES :
Irregularities ofK the Bowels 1
MADE FROM RIPE
Pleasant to the Taste
Hollister Drug Co,
The . . .
Comer Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
( eneral Manager.
All Hail the 11th of June!
And Admission Day!
fortunate in the arrival, just us they will
of Ladies' Waists and Skirts, Coaching
We have been singularly
be most in demand, of a line
Parasols, etc. . ......
Ladles' Shirt Walt6.
We have a very complete line of Shirt Waists, comprising every
hlng latest and new, in both white and colors, in all the popjlar sizes',
nid ranging all the way from S1.3S to $5.00. They e me In Swiss,
n" dnsook, Cambric, Chambray, etc., and are cut and trimmed and put
together in such a manner as to excite the admiration of all who sec them
Of these we had just received a very large assortment, a very few
of a kind, but a large number ofstyhs and hinds. We have then
made of White Pique in all sorts of styles.
We have them perfectly plain, some trimmr d slightly, others more
e'aborately and some a combination of Pique, Embiodery applique etc'
that it required an artist to conceive. We have skirts mad? of, Linen,
of Cotton Covert Cloth and other colored materials, in both long and
short suitable for diivmg, riding, wheeling, anything
Of these we have a plenold assortment to ihoose from, from the elaborate lace
trimmed ones to the more practical coachli R paraol In colois or black.
B. F. EHLBRS & CO.
By the Barks "J. C. PUueffer" and vt. E. Wats .n"
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF : :
Morton's and Crosse & BlackwtlFs Groceries Bicarbonate
of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic Soda, Paints & Oils, Cor
rugated Iron, Ridging, &c, Cement Firebricks, Carbo
lineum, Stock holm T r. Tubs Buckets, Tinplates, Sauce
pans, Teakettles, &c, &c.
H. HACKFELD CO.. LTD.
I ! One Hundred lor One Dollar 1 1
FOUR - POR - -A.
what are may?
WHY C I G A R 8 S
: IlinJ rntit from the finest selec'ed Hock ind long Fillers.
JUST ARRIVED I1Y LAST AUSTRALIA.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limited,
Fort and Merchant Street?,
Telephone 503. P. O Box 984.
Importer and Dealer in
Chinese Goods and Silk Hankerchiefs
410 NuUftntl StTNtj
Bhma HeWl utt IVhuM.-
P. O. BOX ws.
THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dealers In Flat Silks end Grass Linens. Chinese and Japanese Goods ol All Kind
iio-iii Nuuanu street.
F, Q, Box aia ,
, Importer and Dealer in .
609 BKnKTAWIA RniKKT -
OrromTE Qukkn'b IIobpitai.
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THIS BRAND IS SIMPLVO
GIVES A PECULIAR,
V5Wttfeo(SSSANrKANCSC0,CAL. AS GOOD
streful Buyers Will Do Well
TO EXAMINE THE LA RGE ASSORTMENT OF
Pure Linen Damasks and Napkins
Sideboard Cloths and Tray Cloths
Now Placed on SPECIAL SALE at
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
rFIFT Y CENTS on Every Dollar Can Be Saved by Purchasing Rifiht NOWf