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m ,.. sterling MEWBLITAH MT CO.
38($f TSmtoii Bulletin: Kindly por-
k', mit mo through tho medium of
TSditoii Bulletin: Kiudly per
mit mo through tho medium of
your columua. to attempt to von-
tilato n subject which is of Yast
jmportnnca to tho residents on tho
southorn slopo of Punchbowl, to
wit, Prospect street. Banning
along this Btreot, from Knpiolani
o Mngazina streets, is an lrregu
'lar, doop and ugly gulch, crossing
tho-strcot in two places covered by
n temporary and dangerous plank
bridge, to which I shall rofor lator
on, and occasionally, winding in
and out of the lots, as if tho chief
intent of tho designer had boon
nn attempt to imitato tho natural
course of a river bank. I don't know
what tho object of its construction
could havo been, and cauuot got
onlightonmont from any ono liv
ing in tho neighborhood, still at
tho timo of its construction it may
havo been uaoful. perhaps neces
sary, but at the present timo it is
absolutely useless as far as pro
tection to property is concerned,
as will bo borno out by ovory resi
dent in tho street, as after tho
heaviest rains thero hns never,
i. o., within tho recollection of tho
earliest pioneers of tho locality,
been as much water in tho ditch
ns thero was on the crown of tho
road. Tho ditch is corlainly no
ornament to the streot and if it
evor wero tho residents are pro
pared to loso it as such; living in
biiuli pleiiaiint surrouiulings hav
ing increased their ideal of beauty
niul symmetry. Bu tho main
point, the ono in which
everyone concerned is tho most
earnest, is, that tho gulch is ex
tremely dangerous both to pedes
trians nud vehicular traflic, espe
cially tho former, at night, as visi
tors unacquainted with tho dis
trict, as well as many who are, nro,
obliged 'to feel their way along
after dusk, there being no lights
except those provided oy the resi
dents, who as pioneers are prepar
ed to put up with a fow advan
tages, where they havo to, such as
no lights, no water in th daytime,
except when it rains, and othor
minor troubles, having as a re
compense a free salubrious atmos
phere and beautiful prospect, and
never growl, if only this graver
nuisance, this dangerous unsightly
ditch wero removed. Tho resi
dents up hero ate a peacoful,
humble, tolerant but very much in
earnest society, and nobody knows
what extent of human, suffering
they may have endurod, and that
without kicking, and tho Prospect
btreot ditch may havo remained,
may yet remain, saints forbid, a liv
ing monument, testifying to future
generations of tho barbarisms
heaped upon their forefathers,
had not an unfortunate accident
caused one of the sufferers to turn
in self-defence. Some timo ago,
one of tho plank crossings abovo
referred to broke down-rotted out
I supposo and a largo chasm wus
left in tho conter of the road, a
Tory narrow ono, with a mountain
on one sido and an embryo preci
pice, tho ditch, which as a seeming
uuiformity which exists through
out its whole structure u deepest
wheio the road is narrowest, on
the other, and had it not been
for tho forothought of ono of tho
Tory intelligent residents who in
habit tho district, in planting a
tree in tho hole as a danger signal
goodness knows how many acci
dents might havo ensued. Tho
chasm, treo and all, remained over
forty-eight hours in this condition
"when a similar construction was
again placed over tho crossing
aud covered with a fow (very fow)
incjieB of earth, patches of which
wore oir in a few days aud tho
bridge and two others in tho
neighborhood still remain a con
stunt nunnco to tho sal'uty of tho
public. This morning whilst
cantering crefully along, my horse
lost its legs on one of tho exposed
parts of tho planks, unido slip
pery by the rain, aud fell
heavily to tho ground, on
top of one of my logs, sovoroly
bruising both of us, insido and
out. Now, Mr. Editor, kiudly
toll mo what I am to do, to whom
should I apply ? Am I to per
severe in the "meek and lowly
business," and keep right along
until 1 hurt tho othor leg, or spoil
an otherwise happy existence
w!' ib- fonbi-'liiig if n future
broken neck, or will you follow
JJ llnmrln(r with Throat, T.nnc or WVtlnar PUtcasM
pouiach Catarrh, Ecrtifnla, Aetliiiia, or ervmla Dot ll
Jr. etc., will Iw K'"n wimjilfl bbttto of Hit. COlt
JJIJJ'S rilOCOLATK 'EMULSION for trial. Call al
oiortof llnuinTm Drug n , Honolulu, U. I. "ItU
Viaracteetl aa Palatable u Milk or Uooer.
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twonty-Two Pounds.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Imputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to " fads;" thoy nro
not substantial. . Tho
Stehlinci has been on tho
market five years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know more
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
"BVILT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: $10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a week or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
For Family Use!
Juat Received, ex "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Departure Baij, (lo&I
Which is offered in quantities to suit,
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphone No. 414.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Boretnnia Sts.
Dee&Juen, - Prop's.
Hay, Grain $ Feed Stuffs
Fresh liny and Groin by ovcry incoming
vessel. Goods invoiced ditect to City Feed
New Stock Just Arrived per "Aloha"
For tho Equina Tablo in tho
way of all kinds First Class
HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED
Aro on sale by tho
WASHINGTON FEED (M'Y
51 Tort St. Tel. 422.
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 18, 189G.
81 Klaaer Btreot.
O. J. Waller ... Managed.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefaopolifcan BJeafc (Jo.
The Very Kinosfc
tyfrp'aied .-. ffle&ty
Como and sco oar
KE'v7 CHIOASO BBFBIGEBATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph. Tinker, - - Prop,
Pork, SOL Veal,
Of the Fineat Varietioa.
Makers r (ho Celebrated 1'ork Sausngo.
Nuuanu Btreot, opp. Chaplaiu Inne.
The Boers in
South Africa says:
flics for nics
Boiina loi for Kelt,
Which means in English
Nothing for nothing
But plenty for money.
Q$3&, Buy your .Eatables at tho
and you will rejoice that you
read this advertisement. . .
Goods dolivered freo. . . .
Givo us a jinglo TEL. 755.
Oppsito Railway Depot, Palama.
of Groceries aro more- pnlntaljloas well
as licnltlikr than the oilier Mud.
VOELLER & CO.
(Wnrltij; Mock, lierctanla Street).
Ilandlo nothing hut tho best. Muhy it
McNeill's Canned Meat. King-Mono
Tahle Fruits, Ghlrardelll's Chocolate.
Milkmaid llrand Milk, Paragon X'uro Lard
BST" Telephone G80 -a
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Finning Mil1, will have
. fresh ovory day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will ho sold to fomilios in largo or
suinll quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
31 ltf- Proprietor Kalihi l'oi Factory.
Store open nvcnlngs.
0. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:.- Grocers
varNOW OPEN -ca
Fort Strast & Chaplain LanB,
H. fi'AY $ go.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries,
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telonhouor 2ii P.O. Box 470
Gastle k Cooke,
(T ri indited.)
. . . .Sell tho World Famed. . . .
of dissolved lend and
all iMrimiTiKS nro re
moved. Tho foulest
water rendered pure.
A. BELIA 23H.E
Filter at a low price.
The British, Russian,
Swedish, Chinese and
For Sale by
Castle & Cooke
VTAniNQ BLOCK, - - BKUETANU ST.
IPlumbingj and C9ras
iitting Sanitary Work a Speoialty
IfjS Johhlng promptly attended to.
Telephone 7:15. 280-tf
Importers and Sealers in
Bteel and Iron Ranges,
1.19-tf ' King Streot.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Hath Tulw, liuod with hest
quulity, No. 10 zluo, G in. Pipe, Chain and
1'lng, wjth wood rim nil complete. Other
dealers aro dunifouudod, und resort to all
manner of Tricks and Excuse.
Be not deceived, these Hath Tuba have
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am prepared to do nil work in my line
and giaranteo satisfaction. Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring np Telophono 841, and I am yoni
Tinsmith & Plumber
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1890.
In . Quantities to Suit;
Orders solicited for a futuro do.
A. F. COOKE, Iiinac;cr.
SuhHoribo for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 oonta per month.
DO YOU LIKE CUEET?
TRUE INDIAN" CURRY-
NOT. THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURIW '
Curry Powder as made by us
Recipe from, the Purest Ingredients.
B3r TEY IT OJSTC Ji; -s
ULwjIJ?8, i$zm'i s 93 TO PP
EVERY 1 MiUST 1 HIS 1
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -.- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
yon tub duns or diseases of
HORSES, OAW&E, SHESP,
IjIHiY -:- XXXX. OIL
Tho marrolou hair romedy wtich provenLs
X3I-IIS 3Er,-A.X-,XX3SrO- 0"CT'3r.
J3T" cat pamphlet freo ou application.
Mr. 0. W. .MACFAHLASEi-rlt flfforda me
is fnllinf? out, the ubu of I)K. I'OITIE'S II lilt OIL. My hair was comfng out at such
a rate a led me tobelievothntl would soon become bald. After using tho oil for five woeks
this ceasod entirolyj uuno whatovcr is now falling dut. I consider it tho best and only
worthy romody for this troublo und also recoranieuU it as u stimulant to new growth.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
an dt Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence and NipM Tel. 815. 611
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 Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
Bu Try Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup, "a
is prepared after the Origjnall
HDRSE 1 nDCTCRt
DOGS, SWINE AMB POULTRY.
FOR SALE BY
ILviI.-cita.O-C rh. JjT i.fN .rtN iEj,
bole Agent, Honolulu.
P. O. Box '202, Telephone !20.
Honolulu, April 211808i ,
nleasuro - to rocommond. to any ono whoso hair
irmy, J, u. UANltLtn.
KING STREET, Tel. 179.
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