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THE EVENING BDLT.F'IN: HONOLULU, H. I., PATniMUV, JUNE 9
Baldwin Celery Soda
Head ache, Nervousness and
Wbsn in' iMiof DRUGS
go to the
Prescription Du Sglsts.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
3B3T : TTSLtt : -
- - On Ice --
All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
TURKEYS. DUCKS .mJ CHI -KE n i. Ir o .e or our 1 hNDER BROILERS.
FRbSH lALW 1M and M iu dsr, Sm iked St m n and Halibut.
FRE4 PO r TOES a id Onl n. CeveUt Swages (in foil). "And In Sweets."
FROZEN OYS I EKS trth Cillmrn a -nd Eastern. Cream Cheese (in folli.
GRUENHAUEN'S BON BO.SS and MiHhm.il.off3.
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 ZBisr Storas 2
The Watrrhouse Store
We have Just marked and placed on sale another large shipment of merchandise direct from
New York, comprising among other things some of the latest novelties for ladies9 evening wear,
arriving Just in time for the approacHng opera season.
French Silk Gauzes.
With alternating sa'in and lace stripes, 44 inches wide, in
blickanl ill thi pioulir evening snad;s jink, light blue,
maze. lavenJr, blick snot, wtl silv r threads, b a :k with
satin srfipe and ecru lace insniin. N-ls green, maue with
satin stiipes and ecru lace insert o i, black spangled with gold
sequins, black spangled with cerice sequns. and white
spangled witn silver quins Thce are only a few of a stock
too numerous tor indiviJu.il menton, comprising chiffon?,
silk mu'k libmy silks, arc.
This most desirable fabric we import direct from Japan, and
the numb r of pood qualities it possesses is astonishing. It
resembles Mlk in lustre anJ str.neth; it is irnde from a vege
table tbre, and conequ ntly wahes, laundering perfectly;
it does not readily crumple or muss, but once rumpled it h
readily pressed so that it looks as good again as new. In
spit.-of its exrrem thinness, its strength is remarkable. It
nukes one of the daint est if evening dresses.
Gimps and Passementeries Galore.
For trimming evening dreses. We have a stock very com
plete in all evening shades in bead passjmenteries, silk ap
pliques, chiffon ruffles and ruchings, sequins in all colors,
sequin trimmings and applique, and a host of others too
umerous to mention.
3-IE 3ST O
HONOLULU DRUS GO.
'I he Mclntyre Store
&, F. EHLERS & CO.
For eating-, drinking, and cooking:,
rrmx, Dtuaotra, Kcrarnocs.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Halo by
Hawaiian News Co,,
The use of the Stager la millions of
homes shows the nprecedent4 suc
cess of these IderJ sewing m.Mnes
It Is convincing proof that tht Qtngei
excels in all kinds of family tVng
and art needle work. All our l Mn
machines are of the best construoCon
beautifully decorated, and are mounter
on slcected woods In finely finisher
cabinets of artlstl designs. B. Ber
crrnm moiit lii nhi .treat
price is no
tro BMW & CO it& K
v Gwm.sBvMiCbMrUU.MlUci.kM. Q
x ron.AU w LiAoiNoonootxf. Vr
Walter Bakof&Oo. Ltd.
X Dorchester, Kiu,, U. 8. A. X
Just received and mirked, a line ofl'tlu latest in evening
fans, no two alike. Among ihem there are some exq lisit
creations, hand-painted, daintily colored, with hind iarved
ivo y s ioks. No evening gown will be -.complete without
one of ihese tans. Come and see them.
Just received direct from Europj, a hilf dozen opera"?capes
which we b lieve will bepnnounced by competent jadges 10
be the iriuimh of the dresnuker's art. There are no twool
these alike in an respect, an J any hdy wanting a really chick
aid up-to-Jate cape should see tnese at once. They are so
tiew Hiid n desi.abe ihey will nDt last bng. J tixw3
FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
"Government of tho people, by the
people, for tho people," was n gem of
purest ray screno ns It enmo from tlio
deep mine of Lincoln's heart. Kvery
time It la borrowed to decorate the
Bhlcld of faction, howovcr, not oven
machine polishing enn mako It glitter
All In vain tho Democrats exorcised
tho spirit of discord Into two game
roosters. Tho birds declined to bo n
vicarious sacrifice to secure harmony
among unfeathcred bipeds and so re
fused to fight. They must have taken
their masters for a parcel of geese,
rather than wingless angels reflecting
shame by contrast upon earthborn Re
Yes, keep tho primaries open for the
last penitent from tho other party.
The tramcars arc never so full but they
will hold ono more passenger, and a
vote for tho right party Is surely as
Important as a nickel for the slow
transit sinking fund.
For a study In still llfo one of our
Kllohana artists might find tho Stock
Exchange at present a good subject.
A far-fetched Joke one from Ixmdon
Punch In a Honolulu paper. .
A prominent citizen who lately re
turned from the Mainland told some
thing on himself tho other evening, and
then looked furtively nround, with nn
Ill-concealed shudder, to sec If the fool
killer were present. It was only that
while away he bought an elegant car
riage and a span of flno roadsters, nnd,
after shipping the horses by a sailing
vessel, brought tho chicle homo with
him In the steamer. What mnkes him
ashamed of his ovldcnco of shrewdness
Is that, although he cannot use the car
riage until tho windjammer bring tho
horses, ho might havo saved twenty
five per cent duty on It by delaying ltn
arrival until next Thursday. .
Damo Columbia may havo forgotten
a lot of things In getting her young
daughter Hawaii icady for school, hut
tho winsome little girl will get theru
all tho same.
It is to bo hoped on Territorial Ad
mission Day the odlce will have found
tho right man In every case.
Tho native Independents know they
cannot run the United States of Amer
ica. Thcrcforo they essay to slgnnllzo
their American citizenship by Invent
ing a homo rulo machine of their own.
This Is pure Yankco genius.
Governor Dolo will bo Inaugurated
standing between two platforms, but
that will not make him a mugwump.
Death of Mr. Powell.
The Kcauhou from Kauai this morn
ing brought the sad news of tho death
vrsterday of Mrs. E. E. Powell, wife of
tho manager of tho Kekaha store.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves.
We carry the world-known Dent's kid
jrloves than wh ch no b.-tier is made. Wc
Irom two-clasp lengih up to
wenty-two (22) button lengtn. we hae
hem in bfcck, white, p(n, light blue, laven
ler, tjns, etc Any one wanting a first
lass, perfect fitting" glove, will ao well to
call and examine the De t gloves. Their
higher t an others in spite of
Washington, D. C, May 31. Senator
Uard called at tho Whlto House today
and talked with tho President about
Hawaiian positions. Senator Bard's
position regarding tho appointment of
Mr. Hstec Is not very well understood,
but It Is believed he said some favor
able things about It to the President.
Methodists Won't Condemn.
Chicago, May 28. Criticism of Presi
dent McKluIcy for his attitude In re
gard to Attorney General Griggs' Inter
pretation of tho nntl-cantcen law was
overwhelmingly voted down by the
Methodist Conference today, after two
hours of warm debate. The matter was
brought up by tho presentation of the
report of tho committee on temper
ance, of which Samuel Dickie, candi
date for President on tho Prohibition
ticket In 1892, is chairman. Tho major
ity report arraigned the chief magis
trate severely. The Conference finally
adopted tho minority report, which ex
cluded the paragraphs teferrlng to the
chief magistrate, but which, however,
called upon him to uso his Influence to
fcecuro the passago of tho new nntl
cantcen law now pending before Con
gress. Willie llcnrst'tt Boom
Atlanta, (In., May 30. Tho Evening
Journal will In its lending editorial this
"For Rfconil plaeo on tho Presiden
tial ticket that will bo nominated ut
Kansas City, tho Journal wishes to
present the name of Win. Randolph
Hearst of New Yotk. Mr. Hearst Is a
Arm Dcraocrnt nnd hns so strongly
stamped his liullvldmilty on tho com
munity In which ho now lives that we
bcllevo ho would greatly aid the ticket.
Wo think ho could enrry the State of
Sicken Compared to Mnfcktng
Khartoum 340 days
bebastopol 327 days
Mafcklng 216 days
Paris 167 days
I.adysmitn 128 days
Klmbcrley 123 days
Plevna 94 days
Lucknow 86 days
Sarfagossa 62 days
Cawnporo 21 days
Badajos 21 days
New York Municipal Reform.
Now York, May 30. Tho Ileal Estate
Board of Brokcis havo unanimously
approved a plan of municipal reform
j which will bo presented to tho charter
ru Islon commlsslonc. Municipal own
ership of nil water supplies, lighting
plants, tunnels, bridges, public baths
and crematories for rcfuso. Is advocat
ed. By tho abolition of needless offices
the number of city servants can be re
duced one-half, tho board believes.
Gonsalves. photographer, Beretanla
near Alapal Is giving away one 16x20
. crayon portrait with S worth of ph?
inuw it wo u uu umer miu
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Our stock of this is very comp'ete and cho'c we buvine
only of the very best makers with the most advanced ideas and
siyies. i ni mock is wnrniv
We have j ist ncelveJ dlrsct from New Y irk, a very c'nUe line of t-r taUt la
NECKWEAR. ihri not an old number In the lot. Tnese luvs fc. vtr wre
fullv s-leUcd. i nd will only have tit bi set n to be appreciate d.. "
In addltio.i we h.ve oj. ustul stuck of carefully selected Gents' Firnlsli!nr.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Road, Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
Viptitrati to$6 It t6 P O. R01 f.
Q H. BERREY. : ManaKr,
w DHUcult Collections a Specialty.
BonoMa Mercantile Agency
Room 10, Spreckoli Building,
Collection a specialty. Prompt rs.
nlttances. No fee charged nnlMS collec
tion U iyA. .
Ind other Rings, Watches, Brace
ets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f J velry.
EI. Gk BIA.RT,
otf HOOT QTUCOt
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
first Cass work guaranteed
U..ln St. near HntM K04
eco man 11.
Have just pi ced on sa'e ?noiher line of
ladies' waiMs. in both colors and wnite, com
prising even thing that is to'et and new; and
whit is of some imp rtance, they are marked
Fur the benefit of tourists who come here
unprepared with suitable cMhing adapted to
this climate, we would avthat our shi t waists
md our rcjdy-made skirts of linen and coveit
.loth, ttc, slnuld p ove a boon.