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THE DAILY BULLET-N, APKIL 20, 1895.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
While Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water ftpe,
Paints and Oils,
Roche Harbor Lime, .
C. & C. Fine Flour,
11 NUUANB STRKK7.
importer and Dealer to Eurupeaii nvy ni Fancy mos
Ljuties' Wares of every dewrtptlnn. Aim, tretih line ot Uilnme Goods.
Pongee & "Wliie Silk. Pajamas.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
Bent Black and Green Chinese T. epiT Shawln, rCtu
flf Fit Oaxmntfrd. Prices Modtinit. ')
r 3-u.t.Tj.a.l Tele-plione 642"t
-rm.KHHdHa as --p bix xr:
(Ml'OBTEH AND DBALKB IN
SR0GERIES, PROVISIONS, PLGUB and PKKD
Prsb California Roll Bniter and Island Brute
t0T ALWAYS U HAVI) jg
ii GtKiils IteceltetJ oy KVWJ Sfeamof Irnrri San juhcimt.
Htr Ail Olltat hillltfilll? rt'toiv' tn
Mitii'iti hihI pwikei) with oir
i.ixuoln Block, Rnrn Sth)'-?
VI'H TBI,VHnNK JiO-
u iu Oorllr
Provision Dealers & Nava! Supplies
Fresh Gnode bj Evety Calltornln S!wtmor
IOHS - UOUSB - GOODS . A - SPECIALTY
inuiiNii. OiintE.1 Souuitku JH& eW Sminvaotkin tioAnAMcici
TBI.Hl'HONB -- V. O lutX Iti
R. K. MolNTYRE & BRC)..
mroRTEM n dialkiui i
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Nrw (l(Mi(l ICfrtrmt iiy Kvery JNcket Irmu Ui Kunwrn fiiu mi Kuni
r'BKSH CALIKOIINIA - PRODUCE- BY tfVK.RV ITBAMICB
'ifi o U
l,m' Oiiiikm Si.l(iiTrn
mtHT (HIKMItH HllK'l
Hay, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
1,itWfU.u. nnriiu .1 '.ii,.'
Un Kim' mn .-iaah .irurr.
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Ui and Qoodt l)IWr1
MUSIC WINS A MILLION.
How Miss Agnes Epplowhlta Fell In
to an Unexpuctod Fortune
Only it wek ago Miss Agnvn Ku
nlewhitu wjis noor not sordidly I
! poor, but cotnpnrativHly poor, for to- j
day she it worth a million. And hur
' million is directly duv (o her musi- !
, ual ability. And thin is how it hap- !
i Two yuars Airo Miss Epplowhit '
visited the Dulnar House at Port
, Jarvis, N. V. Sue rticuived her board i
i in rot urn for stipariiitLMiding the!
1 hotel's ovvuitig nuisicalw AmotiK
tho guesti wis a Mrs lleindrioks, an
enormou'ly wealthy widow from
, Philadelphia. Mrs. ileindnoLs wai '
a paralrtiU) spending inoKt of hor (
time in a wheel idmir. One of her
' few pleiiuri'S wns in listening to
, Mi EpplewhiteV musics. The two
i became very intimate and, in addi
tion to her regular duties, Mis Ep
plewhito often played for Mrs. Hein-
driek. At tin cloen of ihe season
, the friends separated and have never
About a week .ii;o, however, Miss
Epplewhite received a letter from
; Dennett ii Baxter, attoruevs at law,
i iuf'rmiuK her that Mrs. lieindricks
i had mentioned her in her will to tho
j nxteut of $1,000,000. And tlius once
more it is evident that even hi thoso i
degenerate days virttn is uot always
Us own reward.
Son of a Minialer to Hawaii.
George W. MoIJryde, the now re-
fiublican senator from Oregon, bo
ongs to an oUice-holdiug family.
' Before attaining his present honor-
MIh position lie wai for eight years
, Oregou'rt secretary ol state. His
brother was one of tho first republi
; can congressmen sent by that state
, to Valnngton, and his father was
miuielor to the Sandwich Islands
Frank Shepatdson, an engineer on
; tin Southern I'aeifie Ky., whoiesides
I at Los Angele, Cl., was troubled
! with rheumatism for a long time,
lie was treated by sewral physicians,
' nlo vi"ited tho Hot Spriugs, but ro
ceivou no permanent relief until ho
used Cliambolaiu's I'nin Balm. He
says it is the best medicine in the
world for rheumatism. For sale' by
all dealers. Bhiicoii, Smith it Co,,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Blondin i, in his old age, a sturdy,
thickset man. His habits have al-'
ways been abstemious and he is well '
preserved at 72. Blondin has wslkoi )
thousands of miles on the rope, but
has novermaile another (rip so dar
ing as that across Niagara Falls, and ;
he has never exceeded the fame he
made by that porilous journey. i
I liavo just received a corn
pk'te line, in the Latest
The quuHties and patternfc
are very choice and were im
ported specially for my fun
trad . Also have a full lino of
At Reasonable Prices
p' While yon are wait
ing for the car conn in and
614 Fort Street
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTKD UNDKH THE LAWS OF THK HAWAIIAN ISLANDH.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Hilo Sugnr Company, Riven tho follow
inR wonderful record of the woiking of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was vu-clcii hy llii-ir work nt the couimencemcnt of tho crop
just "harvested :
"During tho psst week the Hilo Hugur Giimpiiny'H mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing the 125 hour- grinding with un output of S00
tons. This 1m fully 10 perctnt more than lb" best work of former years.
"The three roller mill being 20 in. hy 51 in. uml the two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. 1 he first mill doing tliU amount of woik in un efficient manner
and with great case, compared witli work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by tho National (Jane Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its use tho extraction has been itieri m-ccl from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and in Mime cases 80 percent has been reachod ;
the averago In-ing 75 to 78 percent, arcording to quality.
"I continue to Hud the iiichk from shretlilnl cane better fuel than from
"Tho shrpdder has been working day mid ullit for hcvcii months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having Mi redd it I during tlmt time about seventy
thousand tons of eaue, and a large part of it ! ing hard riitoous.
"The hreddor and engine require very little care or attention."
i,tt'nui mill spocilicAtions of these hh'cdih rs may be m:cii at the office ot
vt r j
The iiiiiterxluneJ IiutIiir born MpiMjlntoil
Sole Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
rOR THE CILKhliATIir
FUOM T1IK WOItKB OK
Burhain, Williams z Co..
Are now preparwl to give 18tlmut9 iul
receive Uriiers far these Kngiiwi,
o( any size and Htylu.
The Baldwin Locomotive Woiki
A.KK NOW MANUKAtrrUKINU
STYLK OK I.OCOM(VI'lK
adaptod for Plantation Parporos
A nninher ol which have ruttntly been
received ut these IMuinln, and we wilt huve
pletiMiire In fnrnlslilnn plantation ugi'nW
and iuaiiH;ers with particulars of sniuu.
The Superiority of these l.ocomotlvff
over all other luaVes Is known nut onlj
hero but Is ncknowlf dceil throni;limt tli.
, United Btutes.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole AyeoU for
Ibe fUwallcii Igliurt.
r. o. jomes.
Safe Deposit sliimtiin'iitCo.
Hav for wle n few Hhsres uf
PAIA HUQAlt STOCK
HAWAIIAN BUOAK CO. HTOUIC
Alfo, HAWAIIAN QOVKRNMENT and
Ut Mortjrnce 8U0AU 1M.ANTA.
For partlculuis apply to
The 'Hawaiian Sift Deport and
NO. 'CrJ KOIIT HTKKET.
California and Hawaiian Finit
AND I'UODUOR COMPANY.
opp. o. r. & i. DfpM, od King s-wtf.
Orouerlc. I'r TWnnn uri Wv Jfouv
('oodn, FIhIi, YKMlahlffc, Fivsrii Oietfrt,
Kin., reoflved liv vnry Hitj.nnur frritn ton
Franoln-o mid Vancouver.
tW Ti'U Hhlpplnp Trnde iiippllfil.
Goo Cavanagh, - Manafjor
enr TKLKI'HO.NK No. 765 iu
A? CO., L'rt
m . t Mt-ti flftS'htl
will tell yon
It is the
FOIt BALE 1JV TI1K
EOLLISTEa DRUG CO., L'D,
Acmtit for the Ilawnllun Ulands.
We KXrOKT Ocneral Family and Planta
tion Supplies tn Hiiy gunntily. Send for
our Yearly, Month') and IJally Trice LlaU
i 8 msaiM
414-418 Front Btroot,
8n.li KranrlM'o, California.
Wall Paper 1
We hnvo Jtiot Heceived direct from
New York the
Kvcr brought hero Mt ono time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
W p OHA.LLARON,
1 0arp6iit6r and Builuer
- KHIIMATKH OIVKN ON -
Brick, F.t. un & Wnndmt BnUdings.
Jobblni prompt'y nit en-led v.
73 Klau 't'tet, Ridward's Old Stand.
! 20 lbs. W
! of O
; Nestles i