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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 12, 189G.
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BY IltSI'EUATK CUIMINALH,
31ol VciiKcnuco Threnten tho 8in
Jons Miirlrcr-rrldoiit Krtiecer
I'orclvliiff to lilt Kueiule.
By tho bnrkontiue S. N. Cnstlo
one day's Inter Sau Francisco
pixpors have boon received, from
which tho following iigwb is
Early in tho rnorninp o tho
29th San Francisco was visitod by
the heavest thuudor storm on ro
cord in tho summer months It
was accompanied by heavy hail.
William H. Baxter, a pioneer,
died on the 29th in Oakland,
aged seventy-oue years. Ho was
tho first man to recoivo from tho
Panama steamer tho oflicial nows
of tho State's admission into tho
Union. lie rowed out boyond
Fort Point to intercept tho vessel
which brought tho tidings. Ho
established the Grangers in Cali
fornia aud founded a town in
THE SEXTUPLE MUHDEREIl.
A Snn Joso dispatch of tho 29th
says: James 0. Dunham, tho fu
gitive murderer, has abandoned
the horso on which ho made his
escape. Ho is believed to be hid
den in tho thick brush of a canyon
three miles from Smith's crook'.
Sheriff Lyndon says that tho mur
derer cannot oludo his pursuors
much longer, and seyoral hundred
men havo been waiting for hours
on First and Santa Clara Btroots
in this city determined that if ho
is captured he shall never reach
' tho'jail'alivn. Dunham is tho man
! who murdered his wife and -five
THE VICTORIA DISASTER.
One of the cross beams in tho
Point Ellico bridge at Victoria
was found to have broken across,
tho break showing it to be so thor
oughly lotteu that tho wonder is
it did not give way long ago.
The identification of hfty-fivo
bodies and tho reporting as alivo
of eighty-six others givo a total of
141 known to havo beon passong
ors on the death car.
Potitions aro in circulation ask
ing tho Provincial Government to
appoint a commission of inquiry
THE ST. LOUIS DISASTER.
Professor Willis M. Mooro of
Washington, Chief of tho United
Rentes Wenthor Bureau, who is in
St. Louis, said, after viewing tho
"Tho tornado was tho result of
a moderate cyclonic system cen
tral in Western Kansas. Tho
State of Missouri, Wednesday
morning, was in thoonthoastorn
quadrant of the cyclone, therefore
in tho most dangerous part of tho
storm nron. Tho popular term
used by the press is cyclone. Tho
term is erroneous, as tho term
cyclone technically refers to a
gyrating mass of air probably ouo
thousand miles in diameter and
which is often harmless so far as
tho destruction of life and pro
perty is coUcorned, unless it is on
tho seaboard or at lake ports.
The tornado is a mass of air
rapidly rotating about a vortical
or nearly vertical axis, tho diame
tor of rotation varying from fivo
'hundred yards to two miles, and
ttli8 velocity of rotation is bo ter
rific that human ingenuity has
' never dovised means for measur
ing it. Tho most powerful Btruc
tuiesthat man is ablo to doviso
crumble when in tho grasp of
this powerful giant'of naturo."
Professor Mooro describos the
results of tho storm that Btruck
St. Louis, and snys this season
haB beon umsually prolific in tho
production of tornadoes.
Iho city oiucials aro making no
offort to recover the bodies, hund
reds of which aro still buried in
' the ruins. Three children wero
found unharmed under tho ruins
of a house. Nearly 30 per cent,
ot tli entire population of East
St. Louis are either dead, missing
Thousauds of people aro desti
tute of shelter or food. Lawless
Ml. -I. . I J !) . CiW. J 1..
., " wil'tiiw wim Throat. Lrnij or Watting 1!mim
Mviiuclt Uatarrh, Scrofula, AHUnia, or Jitrioua llcl.ll.
x'a.S&'I.S1" bo lll, "niplo Uilla of lilt. Coll.
VIN'S UIIOUULATK KMULSION for trial. Call al
atoro of Jlnu.KTrR Prog Do , Honolulu, U, I. "UU
fomiibMU ui I'aiataU aa Ml or JJouey.
E. W. JGRDANS
No. lO Fort St.
Puggarees! -:- Puggarees!
Handsome ones, in Cotton and 8 Ilk
80 Cents to 75 Cents.
Edging and Insertion.
P D CORSETS
Sen :nl In lMcalnz Vitriol'.
Large Fine Line
NO. 10 FORT ST.
Queen Sreot, Honolulu:
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
slicd for Building All Classes ot
Mauliluury P.cpalr Work, and,
iteconstrucuon or iiutnouei
injr Old Plants.
Iron, Brass, Phosphor.Brouzo, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lead Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast .Iron and Bteel Columns,
Irda and Steel Girders and Trusses,
Gratings, Doors and Shatters, and a goner
nl line of Iron and Brass Work for buildings
of nil classes. Ships' Blacksmith Work done
with neatness ana dispatch. All workman
ship guaranteed Unit class, and at prices
that hare' beon hitherto unknown on the
Inland Orders will receivo prompt atten.
C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Proprietor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Office, S78; Works. OK.
For Family Use!
Just Received, ex "0. O. Funic," n cargo of
Wellington, DepMfcnr'B BbJ. Coal
Which is offeiod in Quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D,
IflJSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Beretauia 6ts.
L. H. DEE, - Prop.
Hay, Grain $ Feed Stuffs
Fresh Tiny aud Grain by ovory Inoominp,
vc-nnul. Uootlrt iuvoiced (lucct to City l'Yeil
New Stock Just Arrived per "Aloha"
The Boers in
South Africa says:
Hies for Hies
Bonna moi for M.
Which means in English
Nothing 'for nothing
Bat plenty for money.
BQi, Buy your Eatables at tho
anil you will rojoico that you
read this advertisement. . .
Goods delivered froo. . . .
Givo us a jinglo TEL. 755.
Oppsito Railway Depot, Palama.
S3. IE5.33.E- Stroot.
G. J. WAiiiiRn - Manaoihi.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
The "Very Ifinest
RigBiMeil .-. HeBty
Tender - asaaeat
Corao and see our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Prop,
Of tho Finest Yariotics
Makers of tho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nunann strcot, opp. Chaplain lano.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lncas' Planing Mi) , 'will have
fresh every clay
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo Hold to families in largo or
small quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf- Proprietor Kalihl Poi Factory.
Btoro open nvcnlngs.
Henry Davis & Go.
lias received tho usual consign
Standard . .
. . Grocevies
As well as some Delicacies by the
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
E&NOW OPEN &
Fart StrHBt &. Chaplain Lana,
H- MY $ co.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries,
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telophoner 22 P.O. Box 470
Castle & Cooke,
. . . .Soil tho World Famod. . . .
of dissolved lead nnd
all iMPUitiTiKS are re
moved. The foulest
wator rendered pure.
V RELIA BLE
Filter at a low price.
Tho British, Russian,
Swedish, Chinese and
For Salo by
Castle & Cooke
IPlurabinp; and Gas
fitting. Sanitary Work a Speoialty
' JobbinK promptly attended to.
Telephone 7U5. 235-tf
t - U 4
Impoit rs nnd Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, llnod with best
quality, No. 10 zino, 0 in. Pipe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood lim all complete Othei
dealers are dnuifounded, aud resort to al)
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for $1 1 until I reduced tho prlco.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates far
If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 814, and I am youi
JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith & Plumber
PARTIES ItEQUIKINQ POBE
Italian Bees or Queens
u&- Apply to
E. W. JOHDAN,
P I A. 2ST O !
Iu Best Condition, Inquire of
310-tf IIOrFSGHL.VEGEU & CO.'S.
Subcoribo for the Evrni.vo Bm
letin, 75 cents per month.
DO YOU LIKE (MET 5
TRUE INDIAN GUSrJ'
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as mado by us is prepared after the Original
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
B3" TRY IT OlSTC id: "B
ETTEHY i MilN i HIS i DWN i HDRSE i I1DCTOR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub oon or siseabes or
HORSES, CATT&8, SHEEP, DQQS, SWIHE ANB POULTRY.
Tho iuarvelous hair romody which prevents
FOR SALE BY
O- TXT- 3C-A.02F,-A.KXJ-3TEI,
Solo Agont, Honolulu.
XST Nfeat pamphlet free on application. P. O. Box 202, Telephone SO.
""- Honolulu, April 21, 1890;
Sin. O. W. MAcrAHLANE: It affords mo pleasnro to recomtnond, to uny ono whoso hair
la fnlllnr. nnt tlm iise ot l)U. POTTIE'S Jl UK OIL. 'Mrha1r was comlns out at such
a rate as led me totelievothntl would soon
this ceusod entiroly; nono whatever is pow lolling out. i con-lrtcr it tbo best and only
worthy remedy for this trouble and also rocomtueud It as u stimulant to new growth,
HXMf Yours troly, J.D.DANIELS.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H, HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON 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 of Standard Goods at Lowest
B Try Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup. fl
-: HClJCIEtL -:- OIL
become bald. Aite'r UBiiig tho oil for fito week
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