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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 3, 1895.
LOCAI; & GENEUAIj news.
Sugar is dowu again to 3.87.
Judge Whiting is presiding judge
at chambers this w.eek.
The Masonic ball will take place
at Independence Park on Juno 24.
Tho King street drivo is almost
completed as far as tho Waikiki
Judge Cooper made short work
of tho Circuit Court calendar this
Company B will trip the light
fantastic at tho drill shed to-morrow
Sidewalks along King street are
being curbed and reduced to their
C. B. Wilson, Cecil Brown and
friends are off to-day for a week's
outing at Koolau.
Ex-detective Allen leaves for tho
Coast to-day by the Australia. His
record goes with him.
Cupid will be likely to wait sev
eral weeks before he gets a decision
in his habeas corpus case.
Work is progressing rapidly on
tho beach boulovard. Supervisor
Cummings has largo gangs of men
at both ends of tho line.
W. N. Armstrong left for Yoko
hama on tho City of Poking. Tho
next thing to bo expected is his ap
pointment as minister to Japan.
There was much grumbling
among the spectators at Saturday's ;
ball game, and some of them came
pretty near demanding their money
J. J. Macdonald, for many years
in tho employ of Castle & Cooko,
left on tho Warrimoo for an ex
tended visit to tho northwestern
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week os month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night; $1 and
$1.25 per week.
Lieut.-Com. Ingersoll and other
officers of tho Philadelphia indulg
ed in bicycle riding in town this
morning, presumably training for
the coming races on the 11th inst.
If you want a hack with good
horso and careful driver . ring, up
Telephono 113, City Carriago Co.
Stand: Corner Fort and Merchant
streets. John S. Andhade.
The attention of owners of horses
and cattle is called to the advertise
ment of N. Breham, who has an in
fallible cure for disenses of tho di
gestivo organs in animals.
William Alexander is happy in
tho possession of three coffee beans
from his partner, Mr. Baldwin. They
are the first raised on tho placo.
They came from a tree only two
years and a half old.
United Carriago Co.'s stand, be
sides having superior hacks always
ready; at tho call of "290," furnishes
fine livery outfits at the shortest
notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Tho attention of tho Street Com
missioner is called to fho dangerous
condition of the Palaina roadway,
opposite Dowsett's place. There is
a big holo there originally covered
by six planks, but only two now
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work gurranteed to be tho same as
done in factory.
If you want your watch repaired
If you want jewelry made up neat
ly. If you want souvenir spoons,
or anything in tho jewelry line. H.
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort
street, is your man. Ho Was for
ten years tho practical watchmaker
for Wcnner & Co.
Mr. L. D. ThnmoriB, city editor
of tho Star, has rosigned his posi
tion and will retire from tho news
paper business. Ho has been asso
ciateo with the Star for moro than
a year, having taken up tho local
work under tho Smith administra
tion. Mr. Timmons will enter a
mercantile lino in tho course of a
Subscribe the Evening Bulletin.
GO cents per month.
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME-
The IviiniH Beat the Stnrs by
When a nino
tho boys arc
in their busi
ness," out it it Happens mat tor
some reason the playing is not
what it should bo; if there are
errors hero and there that result in
the defeat of nine good players the
expressions of tho people, friends
and foo alike, change materially.
Its tho old saw "when a man's
down keep him there."
The gamo last Saturday was an
exhibition of how poorly tho Stars
can play when thoy arc expected to
do well, and their bad playing car
ried with it tho disgust of tho
In the first innings Hart showed
himself a weak man in tho box,
giving two men bases on balls.
Harry Wilder lot pass opportuni
ties to put two men out on foul tips
but apparently could not judge the
balls. There is no man in Hono
lulu who can go behind the bat
and do as effective work as Wilder,
the great drawback to his playing is
in tho fact that he loses his temper,
or whatover it may bo called, and
is therefor not regular in his work.
Let his nino bo just one run ahead
and ho works like a beaver, put
them one behind and ho loses faith
in tho nine, tho world and tho gate
receipts. McNichol at center field
had a chance to put a man out
when a fly ball dropped into his
hands, but ho let it pass when the
ball bounded out of his hands.
Tho Stars seemed to want to show
tho people how badly thoy could
play, and their success in this re
spect was marked. They havo good
players, and when thoy want to
play ball should defeat tho Ka
mehamehas, oven though tho latter
club has practice at all times. Gan
zell, for instance, is an excellent
first baseman, but at tho bat his
weakness consist in hi3 inability to
send anything but fly balls, and
his failing in this respect is aggra
vated by tho opposito nine having
men in tho field to take thorn, as
Mo spat on
his hands sev
eral times dur
ing tho game on
tho peoplo in
to see tho ball
go over tho
fonco but it
knows tho Kamohamohas can play
ball; it is also known that thoy aro
easily rattled when they are a few
runs behind; but it was tho poor
playing of tho Stars rather than
any good playing on tho part of their
boys on Saturday that gavo them
a start which thoy maintained
throughout tho game.
Tho Stars havo their weak men
the same as other nines, but on
Saturday thoy were weaker than
usual. The season is not yet over,
and oven without tho imported bat
tery they may make a showing
that will not bo half bad.
Tllo following is tho score by in
Knmohnmehas 0 3 1
Stars 0 0 1.
0 3 0 110-9
0 2 3 0 0 0-0
The sultry weather of yesterday
created a rush to Waikiki and bath
ing suits were in demand.
May 29, 1895.
If it had not been for the ex
cellent quality of coffee pro
duced in Kona, it is not likely
that foreigners would have
been induced to invest their
capital in lands in that district
nor would tho building of a
telephono lino, such as the now
company proposes to construct,
have had an existence oven on
paper. It's tho fact that the
locality produced in a small
way and in tho most primitive
manner an articlo which
caught tho fancy of "canooz
ors" in tho matter of coffee ;
thoy wanted moro and they
were willing to pay a good
price, but thero were no means
of getting it. Investigation
I demonstrated that the land
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but tho people in tho
I vicinity had not given the pro
I per attention to tho cultiva
' tion, you all know tho result,
i foroign capital came in and is
j coming every day, and before
another decado tho production
of coffee will bo a loading in-
dustry of tho islands and tho
machiuery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it through
tho various processes necessary
to make it marketable will
come through us. And why?
Because wo aro interested in
the coffee business: wo know
what is wanted and wo secure
tho very latest improvements
in coffee machinery. What is
good enough for ono man may
not be good enough for anoth
er, but our stock of implements
for the coffee business is good
enough for all. The industry
is still in its infancy and the
growers do not know them
selves just what they require,
but if thoy will communicate
with us, wo can give them the
The Helen Brewer brought
us what charcoal Irons will bo
needed during tho next few
months and the price is just
what tho condition of affairs
here warrants. There was a
time, not many years ago,
where a singlo charcoal iron
cost $5.00. In those days it
was a luxury to own one, now
it is a necessity and tho low
price wo charge for thorn en
ables every ono to havo ono.
"We've never dono much in
tho way of Refrigerators bo
cause the town seemed to bo
well supplied, but tho pros
pects for a reduction in tho
price of ico warrant our carry
ing a few to accommodato peo
ple who want a really superior
article something they may
.depend upon to keep their
meats and vegetables in during
tho day and over night with
out spoiling. It took an East
ern man to devise something
a little better than any othor
inventor could produce and
wo sell them.
For peoplo who live out of
town and wish to maintain
their own telephono lines wo
wish to recommond our Long
Distanco Telephono and Chica
go Magneto bells. With those
instruments a conversation
may bo carried on between
parties at almost an unlimited
distance from each other. Wo
havo all tho necessary articles
used in the construction of pri
vate and public lines of tele
phones and can supply them
at the lowest rates.
Among tho articles recoived
by the Helen Brewer aro Brass
Pipe Fittings Galvanized Pipe
and fittings and Genuine Now
Bedford Cordage. If you aro
interested in galvanized pipe
got a quotation from us.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Fort & Kliip Streets.
Dress Makers! Atteiitioa!
Have you seen the. latest material for Skirt Linings?
Itis . , ,
... THE CHAMOIS FIBRE . .
Used by all Dresa Makers in the United States.
Hair OlotfcL! Hair Olotlil
A very scarce article. We have a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress complete without it; we hare it in all colors
Feattier Bono! F'eatlier Bon I
A light, pliable, elastic Bone, just the thing (or Wash Materials.
CRINOLINA I SKIRT , WIRE !
8ILESIA8, PEIIOAXINEB AND OAMBUI03 in alt Colors.
A Full Line of DRESS M A.KEIIS' FINDINGS always on hand.
1ST. S- jl.c&,
520 Fort St. - - Honolulu
TtLStt's "Wlxeit I Lifee."
Everybody Kkoe HIRES' Boot Beer because it
gives everybody kaalth aa well as pleasure. It's tho purest
beverage that human skill can compound from the purest
ingredients of nature. Thero is not one drop of anything
in this delicious temperance drink but what promotes good
health and happiness. It's delicious flavor iB acquired by
the skillful blending of the most wholesome herbs, roots,
barks and berries, and not by essential oils and flavoring
extracts, of which the many counterfeit Hoot Beer" are
composed. A package of the Genuine
Hires1 Root Beer
makes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Boot Beer.
JKS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by tho Charms B. Hires Co., Philadel-
phia, U. S. A.
"I have used ovor fifty bottles of your Root Boor and always
have it on hand. Mrs. J. H. Walker, N. E. Cor. R. R. Avo fc
Schiller St., Alameda, Cal., U. S. A."
"We havo used your Root Beor for several years and do not "f
beliovo it could bo excollod. D. Harmbr, 2210 Hancock St
rhila., Pa., U. S. A."
Hobron Drug Company
Benson, Smith & Company
Hollister Dnua Company,
Lewis & Comtany
HOP HING & CO.
102 HOTEL STREET.
n h ivi i r
Wliolesnlo Dealers hi
Liquors & Manila Cigars
General Ghineso Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Mnttinfr, '
Chineso SilltB, Teas, Etc.
English and Amerioan Grooerios
By Every Coast Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
Ltd. .. . " "
THB Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOB TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Monday, June 3,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points In the United States.
W For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
10-7t General Agents.