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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1895
The exhibition by thoMom-
fbars of the Kilohana Art
league has given decorative
art an impetus such ns has not
been felt for years. The China
painting fad has reached us
and some handsomo specimens
were shown in the art rooms.
' Tho material for doing the
work came from us and wo
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix Tubo
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Sfcipplcrs used in this class qf
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment 'of
colors, brushes, canvas and
;- 'frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
.goods new. Prices about as
' cheap as you ever heard of.
CAY WEDDING AT HILO.
COM III NED ACTION OP CITIZENS
ON IIKAIiTII 2TIATTKHN.
Nanltnry Irmpcctlon of tlio natny
Town Food iiikI Frovcndcr II lin
ing Short Through Quarantine.
CoCKiiuitN Scott At Waina
ku, Hawaii, rosidonco of John A
Soott, , August 30, by Eev. 0. W.
Hill, Mr. Aloxundor Cockburn to
Miss Sophia Scott.
Probably this wns the most
splendidly gotton up wedding
evor ntteiulod in Hilo, uuel tho
largest uttondnnco, and display of
boautiful toilots. Tho Soott man
sion is, no doubt, tho most beau
tiful ono outside o Honolulu. Tho
parlor is very large and evorything
in keeping, in excellent tnBto,
lighted by electricity, floor hard
finished, sides of parlor and coil
ing in panels. A special cover
fur tho floor had boon made to fit
so that it was delightful to
danoo on, made of duck (Lait
cloth) which mnde tho floor to
look as though it wero painted
whito. At night at 10 thq danc
ing oommonced with Mozart's
Minuet, Indies all dressed in
Mnrtha Washington stylo dressos.
WaltzoB and other dances follow
ed. At about 11, tho newly mado
couple departed for thoir homo in
Hilo, where thoy have fitted up,
in most oxoollent tasto, tho Coan
mansion. As thoy departed from
Wainaku, they wore nhowercd
with rico. Mr. Cockburn is tho
nblo manager of tho business of
Thoo H. Duvios at Hilo. Below
are a fow of the names of thoso
who attondod this festive oc
Judge S L Austin and Mrs Aus
tin, Judge Hanai aud Mrs Hnpui,
Hon F S Lyman aud Mrs Lyman,
Miss Hattio Austin, Miss Lilly
Hapai, Hon E E Richards and Mrs
Richards, Mjbs Sohoou, Mr G V
Wildor and Mrs Wilder, Mr H
Porter and Mrs Porter, Graco
Porter, Nollio Portor, Mrs E D
Baldwin, Mr J R Wilson and Mrs
Wilson, Miss Cunningham, Miss
Hattio Hitchcock, Miss Mabel
Hitchcock, Miss Elvira Richard
son, Mr J Gibb and Mrs Gibb,
Dootor R B Williams, Mr F M
Wakefield. Miss Guild, Mr W 8
Torry and Mrs Terry, Mrs H C
Austin, Mr W W Goodale and
Mrs Goodale, Dootor E L Hut
chinson, Mr J Wilson and Mrs
Wilson, Mr and Mrs W Hardy,
Mr CO Kennody and Mrs Konnody,
Mr A W Hobron and Mrs Hob
ron, Mr Campboll, Mr J P Sipson
and Mrs Sisson, Miss Nollio Sis
sou, Mr C Furnoaux, Dr C H
Wotmoro, Miss J Doyo, R Lyman
Jr, Mrs OurtiB, Mrs H Deacon,
Miss Brewer, Mr Bruner, Mr
Frank Wiutor and Mrs Winter,
Miss F Scott, Mrs Jules Richard
son, Miss Mattie. Richardson,
Miss Agnes Hill, Miss Ellon
Lyman, Miss Esthor Lyman.
Dr R B Williams, Government
Physician, and Deputy Sheriff
Williams have explored all Hilo
and causod some persons to clean
out thoir promises. Mails came
to hand today tho 7th from Ma
hukona, brought from thoro by
land considerably wet, parcels
post packages in bad condition.
Tho mails also loft by steamer
Hall at Kau came to this Post
office via Volcano road brought
by Wilson's stage.
There was a mooting held at
Hilo Court House on 5th inst. to
discuss tho cholera at Honolulu.
It was very larcoly attended.
Hon F S Lyman pri sided. Tho
talk was continued for two hours.
A oommittoooffive was appointed
to oot with tho Board of Health.
At one time it was dooidod to lot
no freight, passongors or mail
land. After tho excitomout of
tho conversation subsidod, it
was decided to leave tho wholo
raattor in tho hands of those ap
pointed, to not as tho news aud
occasion seemed to require. Rico
is scarce and high. Flour must
take its placo. Some are putting
their animals' rations down a little.
Tho steamer Hawaii has boon
chartered at 90 dollars por day to
uso her hero on this Islnnd and
possibly to sont her to Kauai for
rico. Tho Hall's passongors and
freight wero not allowed to bo
landed. Our mails that were loft
at Muhukona by tho Mokolii
will como to us by pack mulos.
Rufus Lyman, Jr., hns sont
down his resignation as Port Sur
veyor of Hilo, having othor busi
ness that roquiros Ins attoution.
Sailod from Hilo, Sept. 4, bark
Annie Johnson, Oiint. Rook, for
San Francisco. Freight Btnall
quantity hides. Pussongors:
Miss Esthor Lyman, Miss Elvira
Richardson, Miss Ivy Richard
son, Ronald Kennedy
J. A. M.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it la the
FOR BALK BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
of Ik Day.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population os
any place no know of and
they're good machinists too, mon
who can take a steel rod and with
the as3istnnco of n latho fashion it
into parts for the most intricate
machinory for an ongino. To do
this, of course, roquiros a know
ledge of tools as woll as tho hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most comploto
assortment of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at thorn and you
will find thoy aro all of first
quality (tho prico will givo you
tho impression that they aro
thirds) every ono of them shining
liko an African's heol. Tho as
sortment consists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho cuto
little ono used by the jowollors to
tho heavy ono whioh tho boiler
maker uses in riveting tho stoel
plates togothor. Then wo havo
tho Handy Pipe Wrench, a new
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convenient ono even
in tho houso where none of tho
occupants are machinists. Hund
visas for machinists can be hud
of us in overy size manufactured,
so can Pipo Vises and Cold
Chisels. We havo every thing
used by metal workers in their
Then wo havo a stock of car
penters wood working tools
second to nono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for a tool used by a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you may bo in re
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edgo a new thing in axes and
something every one needs about
Bird cages havo beon mention
ed in another paper; just hero wo
will say that tho Btock wo carry
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & King Streets.
(Successor to Ghaa. Hommer.)
Kino and Fobt Streets,
Is prepared to manufacture all kinds
and grades ot Hand-made Harness at
LOIVKST OP rmciss FOB CASH.
All work guaranteed to be Butisfoctory
beforo leaving tlio shop. 5-3m
TUTO TJinrD Is Kent on file at K. 0.
lHlo rAtliU DAKU'S AUvertlslnf;
Agcuc), 01 ami 05 Merchants rAcUatigc, San
French co, California, wlicro contractu lor ad
VertUluj: can bo mado for It.
H. HACKELD & CO
Havo just roceived a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish. Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
J. J. EGAN'S.
JSTew G-oods New Goods ISTew G-oods
New Goods ZSTew Goods
New Goods New Goods
New Goods New Goods New Goods
v. o. box m
H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.;
uuvnua AMD DULIM Bl
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Ktw Soofe B!Ttd by Brerr Ptckt from tin BwUrn 8UU. .nd Manv.
rBKSH - OALIFOBNIA - PBODUCE - BY - KVEBY - STEAMM.
All Ordan faithfully attended to nd Goodi Dellrtnd to aa
Fart of the City FRKH. ' y
&" 0 Solicotd. Satwaotioh VvAMumm,
At-" OOKHWt VOBX AMD KIMS ITB11TI,
P- 0. Box 480.
FOUND TelSna, m
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
IS AT THE
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
These Goods arc newly imported and tho Prico is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY.
HF. SINGER, for six yearn foreman with
Swaiu on Sutter street, mukes the
most dolicious Pies of any baker in Hono
lulu. Minco Pies u specialty. Cakes and
Ice Cream furnished for halls or families.
SINGEB'S IMKEKY, King Streot.
Telephone 872. u-u
H. G. BIART.
WATCH EE PAIRING.
Jewelry mado to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
fW Islnnd ordors solioitod.
P. O. Box 355;atO. Gertz'satoro.
Fort Streot. G2-t