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LOCAL 'AND GE,ERAL
Tho Olub Hotel will bo opeid
Sonator Baldwin returned from
Maui this morning.
Lawyer Kinney and Dr. liowat
camb'ovor on tho Ilall.
Heroaftor Friday will bo Sun
day with tho band boys.
Mrs. Hickoy is out on $20 bail
on a charge of profanity.
A. Reynolds, who was formerly
associated with 0. 13. llipley, re
turned by tho Coptic
T. 0. Forsyth, tho post-master
of Lahaina, was a passengor by
the Hall this morning.
Judge Perry roturned this
morning from Wailuku, whore ho
has been holding court.
. (Joina lovely and novol things in
.'the Hue of hats at Mrs. Hauna's.
'Also tomporauco driulcR.
A. S. Wioland oE tho big San
FrauoiRco browing firm of that
namn was a through passenger on
Tho Cabinet, or rathor what is
loft of it on Hawaiian soil, was
present at tho Sonato proceedings
Some hoodlum stolo Fred. Har
rison's bicyclo from tho sidewalk
in frout of John Nott's store on
King street today .
A rehearsal of tho Amateur
MiustrolB is called for thiB even
ing at 7:30 sharp, at tho rcsidonco
of Professor Borgor.
There will be a cricket match
on the gounds of the Cricket Olub
on Thursday afternoon. Tho
wickets will bo pitched at 12:30.
Lewis & Co., May & Co., H. E.
Mclntyro & Bro. and C. Hus
tace, leading grocery firms will
not open their doors on Thursday.
Tho yacht Tolna, owned and
navigated by the erratic Couut
and Countess Festetics, arrived at
Yokohama from Sydney on May
A brick vault is being construct
ed in tho joint office of tho
Buroaus of Immigration and Reg
istration for tho prosorvation of
Registrations up to 1 p.m. today
wcro as follows: Japaneso 725,
foreigners 4C0, Chinese 080, Ha
waiian 305, Portuguese 31, various
14. Total 1915
Tho halliards of the flagpole
of the Judiciary building becamo
blocked in tho pulley this morn
ing and a boy had to climb tho
pole and release them.
Koliihananui petitions for pro
bate of his wifo's will, as devisee,
legatee and executor named thoro
in. There is real estate valued at
$200 and personal property at $50.
There is cousidorablo rivalry
in tho matter of tho program for
tho races on Thursday. Thoro is
only one official program aud it
will not be made public until to
The 500 tax suits which wore to
have been called in Judgo de la
Vnrgne's court yesterday aftor
noon did not come off until today.
At 1:30 this afternoon tho Judgo
commenced on tho list.
The iron coiling of tho Opera
House is ovor-due, as tho exterior
and interior comicos wore aUo
lato in arriving. It is not likely
tho building will bo ready for
opening boforo Novomber.
Only two days loft in which to
guess on tho Piano at Wall,
Nichols'. Tho candlo will
positively bo lighted at 8 a. m. on
tho morning of tho 11th and no
coupon will bo allowod after that
date and hour.
Judgments woro rondored in
tho District Court yesterday af
ternoon in tho cases of S. M.
Ballou and C. W. Dickey againBt
tho Hawaiian Tramways Compa
ny for $100 each and costs. An
appeal in each caso was .taken to
tho highor court.
O. "W. Dickoy vs. Hawaiian
Tramways Co., appeal of defend
ant from judgment in tho District
Court, carno boforo Judge Carter
at Circuit Court Chambors this
nfternoon. Defendant was con
demned below to pay $100 dam
ages for charging plaintiff two
fivo-cont faroB on the cars between
Judd street and Punahou street.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ath Your Oroctr For It.
Races on Thursday.
Tho Palama Grocery has a card
See notice of Central Kona
.Tna. V. Morcran sells Japanoso
goods at his salesroom at 10 a. ra.
Thu..,;,iy 1vin a ualional holi
day, no paper will bo issued' from
J. W. ChaYiraan will furnish
lunoh under tho grand stand on
Of tho 21G Chineso arrived by
tho Coptic, oniy twenty -five aro
Ah Hin was given thirty days
on thoroef this morning for hav
ing opium in possession.
The. Rio Janeiro is liable to bo
inany time as tho Coptic's people
said she was only a httlo behind
George Rodiuk has been ap
pointed uooignuw ot irt0 bank
rupt storekeeper at Wainic,
Eleven vngs of difforont nation
alities aro to bo tried on tho 10th.
Two of thorn have put up $100
Judgo do la Vergne sonloncod
seven Chineso gamblors to a fine
of $10 each aud costs. Two others
had their sentences suspended.
Land Agent J. F. Brown has a
notice in this issuo stating that
certain lots in Haleohiu, North
Kona, aro open for application.
Tho notico of tho appointment
of Worth 0. Aiken as sub-agent
of public lands for Maui, Molokai,
Lanai and Kahoolawe appears in
Ed: Gilsoy was arrested this
morning on a ohargo of battering
his mothor-in-law, Maria Wil
liams. A Portuguoso was also
hauled in for boating a Chinese.
Bruco Waring expects to leave
on the Rio do Janeiro tomorrow.
Ho will visit Roseburg, Oregon,
where ho has some ranch proper
ty, and Portland before returning.
THE GROCERY FIRMS" WHOSE
tinmen nro hIbiw! below will not be open on
THURSDAY, Juno 11th, 1890.
IjRWIB & Co.,
May it Co ,
II. e. MninxrnE & Bro.,
O. HUSTACE. 320-2t
Hitunted on a Beautiful Hillsido Overlook
ing tho Ocean, find I.10O feet
abevo Sea Lovol.
Only 24 honiV will from Honolulu.
Climato wild, e'etr dry ntmosplioro, freo
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rst as woll as for amuse
ment and outdoor lifo. c
DR. U. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
The Boers in
South Africa says:
Nics for uics
Bonna moi for Kelt,
Which moans in English
Nothing for nothing
Bnt plenty for money.
K38U Buy your Eatables at tho
and you will rojoico that you
read this advertisement. . .
Goods dolivored free. . . .
Givo us a jinglo TEL. 755.
Oppsito Railway Dopot, Palama.
Will bo sot at the
Under the Grand Stand
J. W. CHAPMAN.
A HIE LUNGH
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 9, 1896
Highest of all in Loavoning Power. Latest TT. S Gov't Rpport.
tH l wfr iMtt
is a reliable Mteifii for soro
or inflamed evM.
Tins oje-wiui'r does more
than cloanao; it destroys tho
,.;., ntu soothes tlio oyo.
By doilig nil Uiio it controlR
tho inflammation. Price 25
eouts por bottle. Booklet
giving full directions with
Having boan informed by roli-
ablo partieB that Mr. Husted or
his employes are circulating tho
report that I am simply in tho
Directory business to compel him
to buy mo off, 1 wish it to go on
rocord that I will not soil my data
or work to Mr. Hustd or auy
B. L. FINNEY.
Honolulu, June 5, 189b
A Short ristanco from tbe Uriilcf,
Tourists and others will And it to their
advantneo to visit tlio nlxivo rfHOrt, as
thoy will meot with every accominodntion
that comfort requires.
MRS. TQOS. WRIGHT,
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BLUSTER and BLUFF
Cut no Ice with sonsiblo people. Wo make no
bluff and oftur no bluster. Our SHOES aro
just as represented. Established upon tho fund
amental principles of construction, namely: Pit,
comfort, durability and stylo. They stand alone
and wo behind them.
Melnerny's Shoe ' Store,,
105 Fort Street, Honolulu.
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twenty-Two Pounds.
Whnn You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion one that won't break
down when you're ten
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has been on tho
market five years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed (too to
any address, and you will
"BV1LT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: S10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a week or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Cd
Take an Outing
Triiins w-H leav at 9:15 A. m,
Hnrll:15r m., arriving in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 nnd 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwiiPmn't.ition... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
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520 F'ort Street.
L LNBISr L A.CE ! LUSTEjST L A.CJE!
Tlio very article for trimming Underwear, 4 inches
wide, 10c a yard or $1 for a dozen yards ,
POINT JDJB IUHJLND LA.CEI
Just tho Luco for Trimming Wash Dresses, 5 inchefe
wide, for 25c a yard, 7 inches wide for 30c a yard. . .
COTTON MAXiTJilSE LACKS!
At 20c a yard.
Pretty Narrow Edgings,
Commencing Thursday, May 27th,
AVE WILL PLACE ON SALE AN IMMENSE LINE OF
Muslins reduced to ,. t
15 Yards for $1.00. '''-'
Brown Cottons reduced from
10 to 16 Yards for $LOO.
White Cottons reduced' from
14 to SO Yards for $LGO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FOBT STREET.
M G-. STLVA, : : : "Prop.
THE LAST" DAYS
Waterhonse Great Bargain
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To close out tho Full Lino of Goods placed in Our Sale a still
Further K eduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS and CAPS, from a Tarn O'Shantor to a SILK BEAVER.
Blbbansi accs and EmbwWecles GtlU a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOdE in JiUok Stripes and Balbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Selection of FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
BT" This Sale must soon close. Now ia your opportunity.
J. T. WftTERHOUSE,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
Among tho thousand and ono use
ful articles handled by us, wo do
Biro to make special mention of tho
won bo flat
i t s o 1 f
the United States and Canada and
iB now being introduced horo.
This plow is tho plow "par excellence" for breaking and cultivating
ground. It will do tho work of three ordinary plowB.
Anothor specialty is our immense variety of fine PICTURE
MOULDINGS of which wo luv.a juDt received .. new lot. V.'a Fhaue
Pictuhks at Eastorn prices. Planters should boar in mind that our
VACUUM OILS aro tho best made and aro winning their way into
tho graces of ovory onginoor who usos thom. SLACK fe BROWN
LOWS FILTERS, tho improved household fillers, have mot with so
kind a rccoption that, although in uso for twenty years, thoro has
never boon a complaint mado by tho purchaser.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
TO LEASC TO A GOOD TENANT FOlt A
itoriu of yvnru, n 1'ino llchlilonce containing
UltooiiiH, on VineynnlBtreot, on n fino lot
planted with fruit trees, bearing. Apply to
301 tf E. B. OUNHA.
15 yards for $1.
Seduction ; Bale !
PREMISES ON IJLIIU STIIEET, DI.
roctly oppobilo Boliool stroet. Itcut ?1J
per month. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlgbt BlooV, Merchant Btreet.
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