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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 19, 1895.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGIST ANP PHOTOGRAPHIC DLALERS.
J. C. Ayor Co. Perry Davis Pain Killor Horsfords Acid
Phosphate Pellows Syrup of Hypophosphites.
Warapoles Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Stearns Wine of
Cod Liver Oil. Stearns Cascara Aromatic. Hiraalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People.
Mothor Soigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Polk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak. Co. E. & H.
T. Anthony & Co., etc., etc.
If you will oxamino our stock of
You will ogroo that for
St37-le, Q-u.a;lit3T sm.d. IPxices-
They Stand Unequalled
TOur Goods rooeived by vessels just from tho Coast are artistio
in tho minutoat detail. "" '
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
AH Delicacies in Our Line.
A complete lino of atiplo and fniioy groceries, as low as the lowost.
Island ordttrs solicited.
Tolephono No. 240.
FAMILY BEEF BY THE POUND,
FAMILY PORK BY THE POUND,
NEW POTATOES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN BOTTLES
BLOCK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Block, King street. - Tolophono 119,
P. 0. Box 297
ABOUT THE LONG AGO.
ii:nso.vAii Accounts op the
AFl'AinS UP 1803 WANTED.
Honolulu ond Onliu Nearly Eighty
Yonrs Abo Itecolleetloiis of
Pathor Italic? of Nntil.
Tho attondancb at tho mooting
of tho Hawaiian Historical Society
last night was only small,a f ow more
than twenty boing present whon
W. R. Castle, presidout, took tho
Eov. C. M. Hyde, D. D. , secre
tary, made a statement of busi
ness done by tho executive sinoo
tho annual mooting.
1). W. Corbott was oleolod a
momber. A vote of thanks was
passod to the contributors of
papers appointed to bo road that
eroning, viz., J. F. Hunnewoll,
M. M. Gowor, Edward Bailoy and
Mies Honry. It was rosolvod to
publish the papers as woll as a
catalogue of tho society's library.
Dr. C. T. Rodgors made the
following motion: "That so many
and such poraons as tho
board of officers may think best
bo .requested to preparo written
narratives of what thoy perso
nally saw, heard, did or partici
pated in at tho timo of the revo
lution of January, 1893; said nar
ratives to bo deposited among tho
rooords of this society and not to
be road in publio or published
without tho consent of tho
Tho movor said this was not
Eolitics, it was history. It would
o valuable to get accounts of the
revolution from poople who wit
nessed the ovonts and who might
regard them from different points
.The resolution carried unani
mously -Prof? "W. D. Aloxandor read
extracts from the duiry of the late
James Hunpowoll of Boston.
The mirrativo began with the
shipping of tho diarist on tho ship
.Hermaphrodite lor tho voyago
round Cape Horn to California
via the Hawaiian Islands in 1816.
He returned to these islands after
a short stay on the Pnoifio const. It
appeared that bo was engagod in
the inter - island coasting trade,
collecting sandal wood for export
from Honolulu. Tho accounts of
excursions ubout tho island ot
Ouhu wore full of interesting facts
about the poople met and the fare
obtained, as well as observations
on tho climate and scenery. In
dependence day was celebrated in
Honolulu on July 4,1818.Tho diary
contains a complete record
of arriv ilf uud dapartures of ves
sels at Honolu u for tho time tho
author was hero in 1817 and 1818.
Spanish warships looking for pi
rates were common visitors in
Dr. N. B. Emerson prefaced the
reading of some historical mem
oranda, contributed by Edward
Builey of Maui, by rotating som
of tho auqieut customs. At the
dividing line betworn tho aim
punas of land a rodo altar was
erected. Upon this at the ap
pointed times tho poople worn
expected to lay their taxes. Un
til all the pooplo of a village had
paid, the tax colKctor and his
Earty woulu notgo'away. They
ltd two dods with them on thoso
visitations. Mr. Bailey, who is
still living, sailed from New Eng
lund for these islands in 1836.
He tells n these notos of a rumor
that Kamehameha 111. was ready
to sign a treaty of annexation
with the United States the night
before he died Shortly prior to
Mr. liailoy's arrival a large meteor
was roported to have fallen on
Lanai, and thoro w.is talk when
ho camo of a lava flow on Hulea
kala as lutn as 1801.
Other papers to have boen read
were deferred till next meeting.
Tho famous E. & W. (Earl &
Wilson) Collars and Oufls in lat
est shapes at Tracy's.
Fresh invoico of tho celebrated
enterprise boor, at tho Merchant's
Exchingo, also California oystor
bock tails. Seoly and tho beer uro
always ou tap whon tho Australia
Don't Make a
The oldest, best
in the city was established by tho veteran furni
turo dealer and undertaker, Mr. C. E. Williams,
in 1859, and is now conducted by him and his
oldest son Ed. A. Williams at 611 King St.
Wo wish to notify our patrons and tho public
generally that wo have no connection whatever
with any other furniture nnd undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
C. E. Williams Ed. A. Williams.
Tel. 179. :::::::- 611 Kino St.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
just ZEBZEexTrrsiD '
... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF . . .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which wo are selling at prices unheard of
No 74 KInpr Street,
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
FaciGo Hardwaro Co.
, GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
PLUMBER AND TIN ROOFER.
Hotel street, Honolulu, H. I.
J. K. KATJLIA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Corner Quoen nnd Nuuanu stroots.
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
Fort near Hotel Street.
0. J. McCarthy, - - - Manager.
Popular Branls of StraigM (Ms
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try tho Great Appetizer:
The Urotvnle CocJUalll
A Specialty with this Resort,
DErOT OF THE
Famous Wioland Lager Beer!
I am now propared to Move Fumitaro
iu bettor aliapo than any other exprct
concern in the city, as I have a WACP1
largo enough to niovo a wholo hanBof'
of Fumitaro at ono load.
I hare tho latest PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and guarantoo to movo
Pianos without scratching, to any part ot
the citv for 82.50. I am a rustler and
don't caro who knows it; am always to
be found at my Stand,
Cor. Nuuanu & King Stroots,
PHTl rnovo my Furniture 80 FAST
that it makes my competitors SWEAT
to ovcu look at mo.
Yours for Biuinoss only,
and cheapest furniture store
Honolulu, II. I.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Slono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho Las on hand a largo aupply of
Ohincso Grnnito Curb and nlwnys keep
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowos.4 prices assured. Tele
ED. C. ROWE,
IIouso, Sign and
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Itozve'ti Liquid Slating.
CM Kinc Street.
All subscriptions for tho Inde
pendent will be carried out faith
fully by tho amalgamated paper.
Tboso who liavo paid for both
papers in advnnco will bo credit
ed in full according to tho amount
B.L. Finney, business Munngor,
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Office 13 and 15 Kaahumana
Tolophono 639. jul4 tf
next to Lucas' Mill
. and Repairing
PULLING UP Trees