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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 1896.
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TOURED AMONG ISLANDS.
UAVin .V' WALDHOK'fl STOIIY OF
THE HUOAR INDUSTRY.
Wharfs and Hallroada 2Vcded to Faci
litate the NlitpmentaBajrar doing
Blrret to New York
David V. Waldron o Loa An
golos, who has boon on a long trip
to the Hawaiian Islands and who
has visited al tho islands of tho
group, 1b at tho Grand, says tho 8.
F. Call. Mr. Waldron has boon
absent four months. Ho saw tho
orator of Kilauoa, and visiting tho
district of Olaa mado arrange
ments toward starting a coffco
plantation. Ho will return thoro
Mr. Waldron thinks somo of
these islands very fascinating. Tho
peoplo ho met, too, it soomed to
mm were tho finest ho oversaw.
"Thuro aro bit? nnnartunitinn
a"Wli there." ho tmid. '.'.Tlinrn ia
a nne oponiug for building in rail
road. It is expensive to land tho,
Buenn Tho little bonis Iiava n
very hard time. Hilo, on tho big
island yf Hawaii, which has 2500
to auuu inhabitants, is soon to
have a wharf. If there was a
railroad along tho, coast it would
help things amazingly -. .o
"The sugar business is far moro
extensivo than 1 over dreamed it
was. Tho Bize of tho plantations
and capacity of tho mills filled mo
with .-astonishment. I .saw 160
tons of clean, whito Bugar sacked
from ono mill, it being thorosult
of but one day. Tho green cano
which had been put in produced
this enormous amount in that
short time. .
"A" groat deal of sugar is ship
ped direct from the islands that
is, from tho out-of-the-way places
to New York. The big ship
Rio got a largo cargo at .Hilo,,
while I was there. If it was not
such an oxponse to handlo tho
sugar, because of tho absence of
wharves and railroads in those
places, moro money would be
"As it is, however, tho plantation-owners
are making a groat
deal of money this year. This is
owing to the great yiold there and
tho (act that thoro is almost ho
crop in Cuba."
Mr. "Waldron formerly owned
ten acres in what is now largely
tho best part of Los Angolos. Ho
will go home in a fow days.
Seattle boor goodly choor.
Art enamel paint, just the thing
to touch up old bits of furnituro,
flower stands, etc. For salo at
King Bros., Hotel strot-t.
Go to the Washington Feod Co.
for fresh hay, groin and feed.
No. 51, Fort street. Tolephono
422. 12. O. Box 463. Prompt
Vestibulo rods aro those littlo
brass rods useful for sash curtains.
They may bo out any length to fit
any window. King Bros, havo
them for sale.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 50 cents por night $1, and
$1.25 per week.
City Carriage Co., J. S. And.
rado, mannger. If you want a
hack with good horso and onro
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Haok at all hours.
Commencing today P. Mcln
erny, the Hotel street grocer, will
offer his ontiro stock of groceries,
etc., at cost prices, as ho is about
closing up his business. This
will includo a horse, harness and
any other extras, utilized in tho
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for excolloncp of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
lemming and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, agent,
King and Bethel Btroots.
ToallgfferlDg wllh Threat, Lung or Wastlwr JMhcmm
atonuchCuarrli, ScrofoU, AMbma.'or Ncrtoni JicUI
Ity, etc., will ta Klvea Minnie Utll ot D1U OOK
WN'fl I-'IIOOOLATM 1SMULSION lor liiaL C!l it
tlon uf iloLLiHTrn Drug (Jo., Honolulu, U. I. "lt
goAWitcciJ u l'UUbl u Ullk or lloaejr.
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Queen Sreot, Honolulu:
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
Furnlnlied for Building .All Classes ot
Machinery Repair Work,-, and, '
Reconstruction or Remodel.
. ... ng Old rianti.
Iron, Brass, Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lead Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast Iron and Steel Columns,
Iron and Stoel Girders nnd Trusses,
Grstings, Doors and Bhutters, and a potior
1 lino of Iron andUrassWork for buildings
of all clashes. Ships' Blacksmith Work done
with neatness and dispatch. All workman
ship guaranteed first class, and at prions
that havo boon hitherto unknown on tbo
Island Orders will receive prompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Propriotor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Office. 578; Works. 613.
For Family Usel
Just Beccivod, ox "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Departure BaiJ, CobI
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
22.40 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., LP.
HMTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho vory lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Ilorctnnia Sts.
L. H. DEE, - Prop.
Hay, Grain f Feed StufFs
Fresh Uay and Grain by overy incoming
toshoI. Goods invoiced direct to City Feed
New Stock Just Arrived per "Aloha"
IS MY SPECIALTY.
H. Gr. iBIAJRT,
Iu Best Condition. Inqnire of
316-tf nOFFSOHLAEGEK & CCS.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENGE OF MRS. Ai LONG,
one mile from postofllce. Large houso with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant bonnes, stables, horse, paddqek,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFltED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next Postofficei
DI8HOP t CO'8 CERTIFICATE OF
Deposit No 231C4 In favor of E 1' McGccney
for tWO. Pnvmcnt stoiipcd. Please return
to lllsliop & Co. SlO-lw
SubRoribo for tba Evening Boir
letin, 75 oonts por month.
Mintlstm hoi. .ikkMiiSt-i.A--,
1DP0LM MAT CO.
S3. 1-Claaer Street,
Q. J. WALLEn - Mauaokb.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefeopolita Seti flo.
The Very finest
FeMgeiiated .-. He&fy
Como aud boo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Wesfbrook Sc Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
ilnsBph. Tinker, - - Frnpi
Beef, 4fp9&) Mutton,
Pork, ZXmM-m Veal,
Of tho Finost Varieties.
Sinkers of tho Celebrated i'ork Snusago.
Nuuann street, opp. Chaplain lane.
Uan Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas Planing Mil , will have
fresh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
EALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will lm sold to families in largo or
small quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf- Proprietor Kalihi l'oi Factory.
Store open nrenlnjrs.
VOELLER & CO.,
Head List of Specialties:
Fate da Fola Bras, ilnohovlea,
Muahranms, Metwurst, Llmburger,
Yoping America Cheese.
And a Full Line of Groceries of Every
Waring Block, Berotania street, Honolulu.
Henry Davis &Co.
Has roceivod tho usual consign
Standard . .
. . Gvocei'ies
As well as some Delicacies by tho
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
Fnrt StrBBt & Chaplain LanB,
H. fAY $ CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries,
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telophoner 2U P.O. Box 470
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I Simple, Safe, Uo Smoke, No
A very handsome atovo, profusely
, niokled, benutilnlly Japanned nnd orna-
moutod nnd strongly built. Baking, Cook-
"ifig and. if nocossary, washing can be done
I ot the aamo timo.
show' whothor tho burners aro closed.
This not only ensures simplicity, but
is also an
bconuso tho burners cannot bo open
ed further than necossary.
Th oven flame is stronger than
either top flame, thomforo baking
cau bo douu to perfection in a short
Castle &o Cooke,
J?lumbirir oncl (jl as-
Sanitary "Work a Specialty
ffjSF" Jobbinff promptly attended to.
Telephone 7115. 235-tf
Iuipoiters aud Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
. DIMOND BLOCK.
130-tf King Btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT 1
My 10.00 Bath Tubs, linod with best
quality, No. 10 zino, 0 in. Pipe, Chain nnd
l'lug, with wood rim all complete Other
dealers aro dumfonndod, and rosort to all
mannor of Tricks and Excuses. .
Be not deceived, theso Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction! Estimates fur
If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 841, uud I am your
Tinsmith & l'luiaber
Hyi STi'iTj3ilcr"'rrr !
DO YOU LIKE CUEET?
" TRUE INDIAF CURRY;;
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
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Curry Powder tis maclo by ua is prepared after tho Original
Recipe from tho Purest Ingredients.
P-TEY IT ONOI'Ji"
ETTERY i-'UVTJLN I HIS i DWN i HDRSE i DDCTDR,
.CELEBRATED -:- LIVE r:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
n -i ton Tir com o nisiARRs or
HORSSS, CATTLE, SHEEP, DOQS, SVHHS AHD F0UL7&7.
Tho marrolou's hnir remedy which proVenfe
FOR SALE BY
oolo Agent, Honolulu.
I5f Neat pamphlet free on application. P.-O. Bos 293, Telephone 20.
, HoxoLUL0, April 21, 1890;
Mn. O. W. fA07ARLAG: It affords mo nloasuro to rooouiinnud. to anv one wLoha hair
is falling out, the use of Mil. POTTIE'S II
a ratoaslodmo to ceitevetuati would soon neoome uaia. Alter using tne oil lor live week
this ceased ontiroly: nono whatever is now falling out. I con-ider it tho best and only
worthy romody for this troublo Hnd also rocommend it as a stimulant to now growth.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
DID YOU EVER
Eat BACO" that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Buttor,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment
B Try Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup, -jj
1 u!yrjfx-if''"'-' a'"AN''
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(IU OIL. My hair was coming out at snob.
rruiy, d. u, UANit-Jua.
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of Standard Goods at Lowest