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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 30, 1895, Image 3

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KVISN1N0 IIUIjLBTIN, 0CT0M5H SO, 18i.
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A Kllll.
Kditoii Hut.i.irrtN: !l my
cumin) opinion tlntl Ilic hog gmio
which is indulged, in liy the tend
orH in ttio Ihn.i.irm Coupon lli
cyolo match 1m anything but oliiv
nlry. 1 tloprocalo tlin gluttony of tlio
young iiion contestant, who, t
my personal knowlodgo, Imvo
bicycles to burn, and tliu idea of
avaricious iiccuuiulutinu of wlico's
by tlioso who Imvo now gut moio
wheels in tlioir bonds thnn they
enn control is a silly nnd insuno
notion.
Doing u profound oxponent of
woman' rights, liloomors, and
thnt a woman Iiuh tlm privilego of
riding it whuol, standing up in a
trnm car, or t-von scratching a
match if bIio so desires. 1 think
it is no in oro (linn right that
those expert limlo contestants
should throw their votes in favor
of one of the gentler box unless
tlioir greed has iiiatlu them .votnon
bators to tho extent thnt theyonro
nothing for tho company of n.
lady ridor and prefer tho buzz of
tho wheels in their head to tho
nngolic voice of Venus in bloom
ers. To thin denlorablo state amoli
orato nnd vindicate tho down
trodden now woman I choorfully
gives 25 coupons, which I bopo
will multiply 1000 fold in favor of
tho ladyy. U.A.D.
'Ilircc iriniitlm for All Nunc.
Ab Sung is n Chinese who was
cnught sleoping in a cookhouse
attached to n dwollmg in which
bo bad no business to bo. When
found bo showed fight with a big
knife but was disarmed. Ho told
Jndgo Porry that ho made us
much as 25 cents a day giitbei'ing
guavas and that was his solo occu
pation. As ho bad no rogulnr
sleoping place and a steady diet
of guavas w.is not good for him
Judgo Porry sent him auioss tho
roef for three months to work for
tho ltopublic.
Yi'Micrc!n)M ArreHtR.
The arrests made by the uolioa
yostorday wore as follows: Wil
liam Duloy for vagrancy, boing
found . in Dr. Bridie's garden
with nothing on but an under
shirt; Solomon for battory on a
Chiueso; Cheo Kit for boing a
fraudulent debtor; Hitkclu for be
ing tipsy; threo Clnnoso for
opium smoking nnd one for opium
in possession ami attempting to
bribe tho oflicor who arrested him.
What appo.irs to tho uninitiated
lavish oxpoiulittiru may ho rcono
mic.il .idvortisinc. Small ads thnt
cost little and produce nothing
nro cortainly los-s economical than
largo costly ads which bring re
sults in proportion to thoir siz
uud cost. Tho Bulletin is tl o
host advertising luodiuin in Ha
waii aud Honolulu merchants are
nwaro of tho fact accordingly.
In order to impress upon 3-our
mind the fact that the Seattle
Brewing nnd Malting Co'h beers
nro Mild. Light and Lively, wo
bolow givo tho nvorngo per cont of
alcohol in v.uious liquors in com
parison :
"Jiainier" Bear. . . 3.4 por cont
' 'Olympic'' Beer... IJ.-l
Alo 7.-1
Cider 8.G
Claret W.y
Whisky 51.0
On draught nt tho Criterion.
L. B. Kerr has roceivod by tho
Australia a new lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and croam
cropons and white cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
.Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
nnd Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 25
nnd 50 cents por night" $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
nnd organ makor uuil tunor, cm
furnish best factory reforonces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian News JCo.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to be tho samo
as dono in factory.
(JVoni U. S. Journal tf ilidlcint.)
frof.W.H.rcoke,wlioraakoaari)CCiallyofnpllcpjr,
hu without doubt treated unci cund moru can's than
inyllvlnR I'liy.iclan ; 'ilinuccrMla aaionishlnc. Wo
iavelicardofcmicMifSOynire'etflnilliiscimcllijrlilm.
llopublliliPBavalmbloworkoiithniIWea-ewlilclilio
tends it It a largo liolllo of Ins ttbuolulecure, (recto
Wo mlvii'O unynno withliiKU cure to aditrta,
l'rof. W. II. l'KKK I". I' I).. 4 rlr SI . New York.
ED
Queen : Street :
0-XOCQX3T
EVAP0HAT13D FKU1TS: PEACHES, PEAKS, AJ-
KICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc.
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
MORTON SOUPS:
UOTC1I POTCH, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BKOT1L,
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Butter, Top o' Can Butter, Wbitnoy
Roll Butter, Potted Meats. Boned Tuikoy,
Chickon, Dovilod l.luin. I.uneh Tongues,
Boneless Herring. Boston Baked Beans and
a cmnploto lines of
Breeinsfsiet
Fort
: St. : Store, : No.
Hclid.a,3r G-oods.
Marseilles Quilts, Toilet Quilts.
-: FLUTTER DUCK :-
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
-AN'D-
Crepo Grenadine, Ileal Maltose Laca,
Valonciennes Luco. Ladies aud Gents
Kimberly Gloves, Ladies Cloths Brown,
Drab and Grey, Ladies Black Hose. Sani
tary Dyo, 1). I'. Corsets, It. nnd G. Corsols,
Equipoise "Waists and Corsets
John T. Waterliouse
ML.
Each year sees
oycnng, us us uenents ntui conveniences become
better known. Cycling has passed from the world
of luxuries to the realm of necessities. It is a re
cognized social factor. The world of "Society" has
stnmned it with the hall-mark of its approval.
The busy man of affairs, the physician, tho min
ister, the lawyer, tho clerk, the mechanic in
fact all classes find in tho wheel the ideal mode
of locomotion.
In everything there must be a best, and our
clnim is that wo have the best wheels over
.brought to this market. The Sun glistens on
tho Orango Him, and you know a "Stearns" is
passing you. You look at it and say, it is "a
thing of beauty", and must bo "a joy forever".
Wo want to please each and every customer,
nnd to thoso who say tho "Columbia" or the
"Pambler" is the best vn want in sue vnn nr
right, they nro both in the same class with the
"Stearns", and these three highest grade wheels
made in tho U. S. have their headquarters at
our store.
We have sold two "Stearns", two "Columbias"
and two "Hamblers" during tho past week, so
noiiors are easy, and tliey are all leaders so far.
For cheaper grade wheels wo have thoso we
can sell for $50.00, (10.00, 90 00, 05.00 and 100.
00. and vou will bo surm-isod to Ken wlmr. sf.pnmr
light; well made
JlgUICH.
Piomonibor our high grade wheels, "Stearns",
"Columbia", "Rambler", and when you want tho
best to be had get one of these, don't get a lower
grade, lower priced wheol, because some ono
tells you it is just as good, but consult your
common sense, which will tell you that these
makes have enrned their reputations.
Any ono wanting a high grade wheel, sold
with a Guarantee should call upon
E, 0. HALL k SON.
Store
3Dopt.
Ooresuls
10.
Drapery Silks.
now devotees of the sport of
wheels you can buy at these
- yrt ' 1 1 v
All Shoes Up to
AT
ZLvdZa-mfa-ct-u-xezs' Slxoe Ccs
BIG STOltE ON FORT STItEET.
P. O. Box 480.
FOUND
TIIE CHKAI'liBT PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy lifew & Second-Hand
FTJKNITURE.
.IS
uMiMsit or
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
-tt-nxrjaZj-M,
Oysters.
Rpnwninc Season over.
Quarantine at an end.
Fresh Hawaiian Oysters
from Pearl Harbor can
now bo had overy day by
ordering thorn Irom tho
Grocery Store of
124-tf H. E. McINTYRB & BRO
yi 12 Reasons Why
I it's Best to I
(t Buy a rescent 1
S
i. Crescents are leaders
2. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong- and durable
4.. Crescents are perfect in every detail
5. Crescents are light and easy running
6. Crescent riders are proud of their
wheels
7- Crescent buyers get their money's
worth
8. Crescents are built by skilled work
men
9. Crescents are made by a responsible
concern
10. Crescents arc
uare
11. Crescents are handsome i design
1 and finish
12. Crescent prices are right and suit the
public
niastratctl Cntulogiw ;';; o AwiUvuttun.
cf
DateaHiSEr
Titr.
Tklki-iionk 246
Mutual
AT THE.
IXL
Honolulu
11. 1.
411 .11
THE "ARLINGTON"
A FAMILY 1IOTKL.
T.I-Crs-a.so, - - - X'rop.
Per Day 8 2.00
l'cr Week 12.00
OpocloJL 2Mleiitiily Satoal
Tho Best of Attendance tlio Host Situa
tion nml tho Finest Meals in this City
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Materials ol all
kinds.
Quoon Rtreot, Honolulu.
high-grade and up-to-
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
w
fe&iiy$zdyg2frt&sfe
TO.
WAiANAE.
scstssaS
SATURDAYS ....
. . . . SUNDAYS.
Trniit i!l lcuVu on h.iiui.liiJH t Hilff
r.m., nml ltl,"i e. in., nnivlny In Honolulu
ntj.'lill )i in. mill rii'.V! ii.'n.
I'r.iin wi'.lloiMi mi Siiinlii) tat Oiljn.m.,
rrivlng in Honolulu nt .'.:.(! t. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class,
2nd Class,
l 75
. 1 a?
F. C. Smith,
llK-am Oen'l 1'ukh. nnd Ticketucnt.
INTERNATIONAL
IRONWORKS
BBONZE BItASS, and IHOK
CASTINGS. MACHINERY
made and ropaircd.
SSl'iirticuliir nttenlion paid to
SHIPS, BLACKSMITI11NG.
I E. LYNN
J
124-tf
Queen St.
Castle & Cooke
(I.IMlTI.'Il)
1311 0 RTERtj.
Unrdwnro
nnd
Commission
rorchnnts,
General
Merchandise
Agricultural
Implements
nnd
Plantation
Supplies.
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5SjPPtT
)
m
m
TIHO D1DPD l kept on nio nt E. 0.
llllO rArijit DARE'S Advertising
Agency, 01 and 03 MurcIianU Gxchancu, 8an
Franclcco, California, where contract! lor ail
vertUliur can lie made for It.
fl. BackfeJd & Co,
?olo Agents,
ftilftiiMn.J,

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