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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 17, 1895.
f Euepir Bulletin,
tllili which l Iiiririoriit('il tin- "In
(tcponilciil." DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
.MONDAY, JUNE 17, 189.
OBSERVATIONS.
If the Houso lins to run against
S3 excessive wind tlius fur pro- i
ilii)K in it, llio Somite will lonvo
ttavuy bohind tlio distance post
au'l chew pomuts in llio grand
oinnd till tho wind strikes tlio
II on so in tht; buck.
No newspapor haayot congratu
luted Professor lloinrich Berger,
llio popular bandnvistor, upon ., , , , ... ,
v ,1r ,i ill llio hito.?t war nows will bo
fcing a gra.ulMl.cr, winch K1 foiind in two places in this paper.
Ikoaine on tho lllh, tho grout
Xaniehainohu holiday. Tho event ; Louis Touissuint i erecting a
ft.13 not tnmle tho genial veteran a ! sPnc,ious cottago on the AVaiuiki
BitouW. !10"a-
i
It is vory gratifying to see so
mnoh fruit of tourist visitation
&oid tho frequent calls of tho! "
bina steamers us the largo nam- The glittering prizes for Satur
Bsr f passengers who stayed ov.r (lny's sports attract much atton
Sroin tho S. S. Coptic. Lot us ' tion in Jacob?on .fe PfoitVer's storo
Co
Seep hammering awny nt tho at
tractions of t io inlands fir tourists j Mr John Phillips has tho sym
and thoir banoficial climate lor ' P"thy of the wholo community in
invalids. The entertainment .f tl) 'osr of his wile, who died last
, ...,.., .. i 1 ii'ght after a long and p.unfu
Grangers may not always bring, jllnrss
t angols, but it will mortals with "' ' - -
;old coin tln.l they wiilloavob-- Captain Fohlbohr appeared in
Iiind in exchange for poi, seumry I t'10 c0"rl "Acer's box. at Supremo
and band ,m.sic. ' Court term today, after a long ab-
-j- ----. i fence from nines?. The captain
a t,,., I is the oldest officer in tho police
ABOUT OURSELVES. toro:
APachi.ngo has taken place in1
fliD .tutus of IhoEvKXiXG Bulls-
, ,. . . . I
ns, by tin. incoipor-itinii into it
jf tho Independent, a morning
jiftper latoly started, a few words
irom tho new combination may bo
, J ,
apvropr.nle. Io correct an erro- .
icons impnssion that has got ;
".stiroad, it should bostatod that
fflitv Indopondont, excepting as a
i , ,. i
jiosT.mg newspapor, does not die.
t, , I
Itsptintnnd rosonrcos are merged i
Tith tho?o of the Billetix, and I
ita owners have ass .uiutoil with!
,,. t u Dnr,,i ,
AeoffneroftheBur.LETixtocon-
duct a newsnaper ..ml genoral
printing and publishing business
Tlioy are prepared to make c n
liracta for the printing and pub
lishing of periodicals, as woll as
'$ do job printing.
There will bo no change in tho
golicy of tho Bulletin, nor in
Oliat announced by tho Independ
ent in its initial issue. Tho com
l&ined p.ipor will bo entirely indo-
indent. That is, it will frooly h. i5oytI tonk u lot nf thoin out to
ciH.cizo public sorvar.ts. uninflu- anoa this afternoon. Soino will
-noced by fear of rosuiittucnt or j g0 to Waiauae and some to Nuu
fiftpe of pativnngo. At the same j anu VilllpVi Mr MftVS(len aiso
.ffime it will not bo the organ of r0C(.ive(1 a lot of (1 ff , RH0olp8
jny party, but will bestow praiso
There it may be considered usdo
waved, without regard to fno
'iuters rr irroconoilables.
As a nowsp.ipor tho Bulletin
Jill aim to bo thorough. An ablo
and experienced reporter has boon
uogagud in tli pcrsin of Mr.
Beorgo Manson, hoso work will
&a supplemented in special linos
the editor, whoso nioro than a
owre of years of cmstant editorial
fd roportorial experionco will be
lpplied to tho best of his ability.
Afler n few days tho important
department of marine nows will
3u in the hands of a roporter
who has made a good record in
(lh.it lino in a local contemporary.
Subscribers of tho Independent
'.will bo supplied on and after this
2y with tho EvkXI.no UulleTIX, '
nrtd all (ingfiijeiits of itlior
. .
3jfr. i u to advertising as woll as
, . . .,..,., i
SStii-nption, vi: ho fjillimlly
. t , fin , ...
ffTi.'d ..ut. Alio subscription
price nftor Juno 30 will bo seventy-five
conts, tlio same ns Hint of
othor dailj papers of Honolulu.
It is intended to mnko tho piipor
worth tho additional cost. Tho
pitper is to bo printed by cloctric
power nt tho printing house, Ko
knunnon stroot near Allon stroot,
Esplanade The businoss oflico
will lomain at GO!) King tstroot,
where Mr. Finnoy. business maii
ogor, enn bo scon or called up by
telephone No. 2oG. Tho editorial
and' printing houso number is
,95.
Alohn nni.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
I'historing is well advanced' on
tint walls of tlio Y. M. C. A.
I annex
Thoro am no privileged per
sons allowed on tho flow of tho
Scnato under tho rules presented
window.
Tho. "toting of the teachers'
f"n.0 f th ffof
Iulucation was put on till to
morrow, owing to tho lato hour
when tho Inspector Gonoral re
turned from Maui.
-ir -vr wi77 7" i i n
lUrs. Mar;' L. poster treated the
Thoosophical Society to a railway
excursion to hor Ew.i residonco,
togotlior with a feast at the place,
on Sutnrclay last. Each mombor
was allowed to invito a friend,
,!,. r,D., '
una a lir?tclas passenger car was
j0i ,vjth tlio party.
,L, ! Tiramons, lately reporter
ot tho btnr, hasopened a c othing
hntnm, farn5shi' toro in ,
Waring block. He was brought
np to tho business in vouth. Tlio
Bulletin wishes him success,
Progs and Bugs.
Commissioner Jusoph Marsdon
received a colony f frogs num
bering about fifty from Prof.
Koebele in Japan by the Coptic.
They are big chaps with ilutoliko
notes in their croakinur. Col. J.
of ladybirds from the same source
to mnko war on insect posts
Plants for Sale
J. I-I. iOYD
" m-s for SALE nt his Residence
i Waikiki road, opp. Sunny
South, a choice Jot of
Plants & Palms
my21
IIJUUUIUI
in
(Successor to Chas. Hammer.)
H ARlT ESS MAKER
Kino and Fout Stiieiits,
Is prepared to ninnufacturo nil kinds
""' K"h1u of Hnnd-mnilo Harness at
wiort notiee.
wnvK.iT or i'itui:s roit cash.
, , ,
An work (,'iiarautecd to bo satisfactory
boforoleaviutr tho shop. 5-!!m
Jimly 5opie5
June h 189?.
It cannot be denied that the
roads in Honolulu and suburbs
are kept in a very fair and good
condition. The road supervis
or is devoting all his time and
as much money as he can get
in keeping the roads in good
order and the driving and rid
ing public appreciates his ef
forts. Nowadays, we do not
drive intheold-fashioned brakes
that used to shake the in
sides out of the driver. We do
not either patronize old stiff
legged horses the motions of
winch were mild, only in com
parison with riding on a rail
out of a western town. Civil
ization has advanced and we
go right along with it. Ho
nolulu can boast of as fine
turnouts as any big cities in
the United States. 'The horses
used are of superior breed,
and every stranger admires
the fine stock seen in our streets
and on the race track. But it
is not given to everybody to
possess horse and carriage. It
takes money to get them and
to keep them, ana for that rea
son we are going to meet the
demands' of those to whom
phaetons and thoroughbreds
are a grade too high. Buy a
Monarch and the roads of Ho
nolulu will be equal pleasure
to the rider of .that famous
wheel as they are to the swell
horseman and driver. The
Wonarch bicycle is among the
high grade wheels. It is now
the favorite in the United States
and the Monarch Cycle Manu
facturing Company is simply
unable to attend to the orders
which are crowding in, so that
it has to enlarge its factories
greatly to meet the demand.
We have succeeded in securing
an invoice of eleven which will
arrive here during the next
week and we "can oiler them
at a very reasonable figure.
The Monarch frame is made of
the best quality of spirally
drawn Mannesmann Steel Tub
ing and it is built for appear
ance as well as for speed. The
Monarch frame is very rigid,
very strong, very light, very
graceful and very comfortable.
All Aonarch bearings are filled
with the Binns Patent Ball
Holder and Dust Protector,
which makes it possible to re
move the cones of all lateral
bearings without disturbing
the bitlls.
The narrow tread on a bicy
cle is the latest fad. The
Alonarch claims that there is a
limit to all things and the Alon
arch tread will be ? 3-4 inches,
which is the narrowest claim
consistent with the safety of
the rider.
A Kingfisher bicycle lamp
wiU perhaps be suitable for
Waikiki, while a Demon lamp
seems to indicate meeting with
the mounted police.
The Monarch racers for ladies
and gentlemen will commend
themselves to everybody who
enjoys a spin. We will at
some future day devote more
space to fully describe the su
perb bicycle. As soon as our
invoice arrives we will invite
you to inspect the wheel, if
they are not all ordered before
hand. The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
(txx.lt Hprcobeln' ISlock,
or i-f,or mi c icier.
The New
Fvve Jvom Dttnycv of Explosion !
Ei'ee from lTnj)lensan.t Odors !
In usitiR one of theso stoves you have no long waits for
the food to cook. ' Three Minutes after water is drawn from
the tap it is boiling, when one of these stoves are used.
The oxpen.so is trilling, as forty-fivo drops of gasolino a
minno will give all tho heat necessary.
J5E? Call at the Salesroom and see them in operation.
O. V. STUBDEVANT,
Sole .A.g'era.t.
AVuritifr IJlock,
J. S. WALKER,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL.
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE OOMPAAY OP LONDON,
ALLANCE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE 00. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAW FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAODERURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OP CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
loo ms 12
SPREOKELS
cSa3g!5
I 0. Box 4SU.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO .
fay lew & Second-Hand
.IS
COUNEH OF
King & Nuuanir Sts.
'ZjF
LooI Out for the Best!
Anil when found mnko n noto on.
Wo hnvo n placo now wlioro wo can
bIiow our Furuituro to ndvnntnge, wo
can nut it in a jio.sition wlioro you will
soo just what it will aipoar in your
homo. Tf yon will look in at our win
dows in tho AVakiso IJlock, Fort and
liurotnnin Streets, you will weo what wo
mean :
JJ12DR00M, PARLOR and
LIBRARY SUITS ....
and all kinds of Furuituro ready for
your inspection and delivery to your
homes.
THE CITY FURNITURE STORE
Ami UmliirlnkliiK KHtnMUlimrnt,
Cor. Fort mid Loretanin Sts., '
C-8m II. II. AA'illiams, MnuaKor.'
From tho lt of July tv commoilluu houso
near Iraincar route, or center oMown. A
partly limilxlicil honto preferred. Addres
(i. XL, lNiii:i'ii.Niii:NT()lllce.
Process ! "
11 you want a stovo
that will cook wall
and economically get a
SSew
Process
gasoline
Korotunlii Street.
BLOCK
Honolulu, n. I
FOUND TKXT24S
FURNITURE.
AT THE
Honolulu
u. i.
For Lease or Rent.
Thoso desirable Promises nt
prcsont occupied liy MRS. P.
Rooncy, situnto nt Wilder Ave
nuo. A lino rosideiico consisting
of Parlor, Throe Bedrooms, Dining
Room, Bath Room, Store Room,
Kitchen and Pantry,
Servants' house, Stablo and Car
riage houso.
Largo spacious grounds planted
with fruit and rnamontal trees.
Fruit troes now bearing Iruit.
Lime and Lomon Troes, Alligator
Poar Trees, otc.
Also, n lino largo Pasturage.
For particulars, apply to
MR. F. J. TURNER,
my'27 if at Lewis & Co.
JPoi Sale
Ono Doublo Seat Family Carriage,
Harne&s and Horso, vory gontle,
Enquire of
Mrs. P. M. ROONEY,
Wilder iwenuo near Piikoi stroot,
or Mr. TURNER,
my23 2w at Lewis & Co.
IT X T J
Pacific Trading Co.
AVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods!
20S Eort Stscot.
, $

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