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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 03, 1896, Page 2, Image 2',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 3, 189G.
mm.h rao.n iiii.o.
Another Ooirra Nelllor Arrlvc-NporU
on Juno II.
Hoarding tho Kilauoa crater
is a vory big volume o Bmoko
which, donotos firo of course At
nigllT the glare ib oaaily Been on
thnnrnoks.- The lava turns red
hot. Tho surrouudingB o the
cratar nro bo heated that it is
almost impossible to walk over
tho black lava."
Gustavus Supo, of Salt Ste
Mario, Michigau, haB arrived in
Hilo to tako charge of the coffee
farm of 150 acres at Olaa which
his fathor took up last yoar, and
which has sinco been in charge of
J. V. Mason. Mr. Supo is build
ing a framo cottage on the land.
JIib father will como out noxt fall
and also loonto permiiiitnitly.
Arrangements are being made
to celebrate Juno 11th in a be
fitting manner. Thero will bo a
yacht racobotwopii Mr.Soveranco's
Bloop Aurora and Dr. Hutchin
son's sloop Asthore; whalo boat
race, native Hawaiian crows;
horse races, and bapeball. The
Torpsichorcan CJlub will giyo tho
last of its series of dances in the
evening at Spreckols' Hall.
Tho bark Annie Johnson, Mat
son, sailed for ,San Francisco on
Saturday with 28,001 bogs Bugatj
valued at 134,173, and tho follow
ing passengers: Mrs. J. P Sis
son, Mrs. 13. G. Hitchcock, Miss
H. 0. Hitchcock, Miss Mabel "V.
Hitchcock, Mrs. I. "Weight and 0.
On tho previous Saturday tho
bark Santiago, Johnson, sailed
for San Francisco with 2(i,253
bags sugar valued at $129,3-16.
J. A. Martin, proprietor of tho
Hilo Bazaar, haB been confined to
bod for a week. Ho has been in
poor health for some time.
Tho Hilo Teachers' Union hold
its quarterly meeting May 29, but
was slimly attended owing to tho
prevailing colds about town. Miss
Guild conducted a class in paper
folding. Mrs. Terry and Miss
Lyman gavo reading on Horace
Maun. Miss Deyo gavo an exor
cise in drawing by the Prang
method and Mies Coan dealt with
'Mind Culture." In tho courso of
tho last named lesson tlio teachers
present wore asked to writo im
promptu fpr a few niomeutB on
something th?y had hoard about,
but never spoil Thero wore two
or three journeys to Mokuaweo-
woo a visit toEdinburgh,aud rathor
&n amusing and quito realistic
isit was Miss Louisa Brown's in
winter to the insido of an Esqui
A novel entortaiuniont was held
by tho Hilo Social Olub at the
llichardson - Lyman homo, Kai
nehe, near Cocoanut Islund. Ono
of tho most amusing items on the
program was tho string trick.
When tho party arrived" at Kai
neho they found the grouud and
residence all covered up with
twine. Each ono of tho party
was given an end piece of twine
and given ordeis to follow up aud
wind that piece. Sotno of thoso
led up cocoanut trees nud it was
truly moiry fun to goo young
ladies trying to climb cocoanut
palms and youngtmon trailing tho
rafters, in quest of tho walnut at
the end insido of which was a
fortune in selections, verso, etc.
W. H. Rickard, of Hamakua,
has thus far this season harvest
ed thirty bogs of coffee from his
plantations in Knap and Papaa
nui. Mr. Kickard has near 100
acres under cultivation.
The Hilo police are now dress
ed in now BUits. Tho old crown
buttons are no nioro to bo usod.
The now ones havo simply tho
initials H. P. with tho republican
Tho Hilo Hotel is having some
additions put up. A now Btoro
room and a now dining hall aro
both in process of construction.
Two'br three fojnllios havo loft
Hatna'kua for Komi to go into
coffee -planting in that district.
The Juno Number of tho De
lineator has been recoivod by
Mrs. Hanna, at hor lnilliuory es
tablishment on Fort street. Tho
book contains tho vory latest
ToWlpmfTcrlni 1th Tlirol, I-trwor Wurtlng HIhwi
BmchUaiiiiTM,8i-ro(nl, Amm,or Nron Hetit
!ftv.etcM wl" Jlv" Minplo 1'Ottln of 11C ClOlt.
1IN8 I'llfHXILATK JSHULHION fr trill. Oil l
Hereof IIoimbkh Drug !u .Honolulu, 11, L "ltl
fwnutte m rUlatil u Milk or lioncy.
NO. 10, FORT ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business of tho No. 10 Fort Street
Store from tho estate of tho lato
J. T. "Waterhouso, I will continuo
tho same business uudor my own
Thanking tho patrons for thoir
pntronnno durinc tho twonty-fivo
I yppr of my management of tho
, bubiubbo, i aok ipru continuance
! of tho samo liberal patronnge.
A full line of Dry Gootfs nnd
, Fancy Uooits will bo kept con
' Btantly ou baud nt lowest priced.
HAVE JUST RVXKIVKI)
u ubsuilmuut u(
Victoria Lawns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Tuble Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen nnd Turk
ish Towels, Curtain Loops,
Silk Boltings, etc., etc.
E. W. JORDAN.
Queen Srcct, Honolulu:
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
Furnlriicd for RulMIng All Classes ot
Mnililuery ltcpalr Work, and,
Ui'coiiet ruction or Itimodel-
hip; Old l'lants.
Irou, Brass, Vhosphor-Bronzo, Zinc, Alu
minum, nud Lend CdHtings. Oniamontnl
nnd ibiln Gist Iron mid Steel ColntnuH,
Iron nnd steel irdurs aud iruj.-,cj,
Gratings, Doom itud bhuttcrn, nud n pener
al lino of Iron nud Brass Work for buildings
of all classes. Ships' lllnoksmith Work dono
with neatness nnd dispatch. All workman
ship guaranteed (hut class, nnd at prices
that havo boon hitherto unknown on tho
Isl..nd Orders will receive prompt atton
Uon. C. R. NICVEiGH,
Manager and Propriotor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephone: Office, 57$; Works. 013.
For Family Use!
Just Iteccivod, ox "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, DBpapfeur'e B&J, Coal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., ID,
HUSTAOE & CO.
wood m COAL.
Also White nnd Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Telphbno No. 414.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Bcrotania &ts.
L, H. DEE, - Prop.
ay, Grain f Feed Stuffs
FicsUTJay and Grain by every incoming
vesvl. Goods invoiced direct to City Feed
New Stock Just Arrived per "Aloha"
Subsoribo for the Evening Bur
lehn, 75 cents per month.
rnrrsATinT tm l vt -JhTI l
ilhimiHII.il ft Wlti
Bl I-riM-gr Stroot.
Q. J. WaIiMSB - - - Manaokk.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metnopolitan IBtf tk.
'X'he Very Kinost
Como and soo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Westtorook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Prop.
Beef, -pwj. Mutton,
Of tho Finont Varieties.
Makers of dm Cclclirated 1'ork Smisuso.
Nunanu street, opp. Chaplain lano.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Noxt LucnV Planing Mil , will havo
fresh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will In hold to fuuillics iu largabr
snmll iiiiiiititio!). No Contain.
W. L. WILCOX,
311U- I'roprietnr Kidihi l'oi l'nctory.
Store open overlings.
VOELLER & CO.,
Bead List of Specialties :
Fata dn Tola Craa, Knchnvloa,
Mushrooms, Motwurst, Wmhaijcr,
Young America Cheese.
And a Full Lino of Grocorios of Every
Waring Block, Borotantn streot, Honbluln.
Henry Davis & Go.
Ilns rcccivod tho usual consign.
As well as soma' Delicaoies by tho
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
&N0W OPEN -
Fort StrBat & Chaplain Lane.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
08 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telophonor 2U P.O. Box d70
j Simple, Safe, 'No Sthdko, No
A very hflndsoruo stove, profusely
nicKloa, beiuttmiiy japannoa nnd orna
I inented aud strongly built. Baking, Cook
ing and. if uocessury, washing can bo done
nt tho samo time.
i The Dials
show whether tho humors oro closed.
This not only ousurcti simplicity, hut
is iilbo an
hconuso tho burners cannot bo open
ed further thnn necessary.
Thd oven (lnmo is stronger than
cuti ho douo to perfection in a short
Castle & Cooke,
WARIXO BLOCK, .... JlUttTANIA ST.
Plumbing nnd Gas
iitting Sanitary Work a Specialty
KSF" Jobbing promptly attended to.
ToIo)lioii 7J15. 285-tf
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, linod with best
quality, No, 10 duo, 0 in. Pipe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood rim alL pqnipleto. Other
dealers are dnmfounded, arid resort to al)
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Be not deceivod, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced tho prloe,
I am prepared to do all work in rny line
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 8-14, aud I am your
Tinsmith & number
DO YOU LIKE" CUBBY ?
TRUE- INDIAN CURRJ
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY.
Curry Powder 'as made by us is prepared nftor tho OrigiimL
Kecipo from tho 'Purest ingredients.
e-TEY IT ONCi'. -a- '
WfaNVWlii VrlllH H W
ETTEHY i MAN i HIS i DWN i HDRSE i nDDTCR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- KuMEDIES
tor ran curs or tjisbasks op
HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, BOGS, SWIHB ASD POULTRY.
XjH-TSr - H-A-IiO. -- OIL
Tho marvolous hair remody which prevents
FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Liouolulu.
137 Neat pamphlet frco ou application. P. O. Box ?ftJ, Telephone 20.
m - " Honolulu, April 21, 1800;
Mn. C. W. Macfaiilake: It affords mo pleasure to rooommond, to any ono whoso hair
is falling out, tho use of Ml. TOTTIE'S JI Hit OIli. Iy hiir w.s coming out at such
a rate as led mo tolulievothntl would soon become bald. After using tho oil for five weeks
this ceasod entirely; nono whatovor is now falllug'out. I consider it tho best and only
worthy remedy for this trouble and also recommend it as u stimulant to new growth.
Iixvtf Yonr truly, J. 1J. DANIELS.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H, HACKFELD &C0.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind we havo. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,-
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beof,
Chbico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
Cgi. Try Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup. "lJi
i XcjkMaiiMit. -
A.'L' .)i, -'-'.itix'&mii&ii. u&x uits tvuimfrXiAi. .
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