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B EVENING BULLETIN, MAH01I ?)0, 18!)7.
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Vulusiblo BusinosB Property on
Kuuunu streot, bringing a good
Suvornl Lots near Punchbowl
and at Makiki, tlio Olioiccst Hosi-
denco l'roporty in tho city. A
porfoct view from Diamond Hood
to Ewa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl street, only Gvo minutes
walk from tho Post Oflico.
We also havo Comfortable
Housos for salo on easy tonus si
uatcd on tho following stuets;
Lunalilo, Kinan, Kukui, Has
singer, Berotania, Young, "Vic
toria, Giorn, Thurston Avonne,
Punnhou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Several woll established Lodg
Goffbo Lands on Hawaii and n
Pineapple Ranch with limo and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
L C. AWES & Co.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated nnd Collections
, Stocks Bought and Sold.
Hooks Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
Hills Bought and Nates
QiBctmntadi " '
Fire and Life Ingitfance Ageqfeg
J. T. WATERHOUSE
nro not luxuries nowa
days; tlioy aro necessities.
Competition has brought tho
pricos down to a point where
every one can have them. Wo
deal in and keep the best as
sortment in Honolulu. In
addition to Staplo Groceries
we have Dried I ruits in large
Hawaiian Poha Jam
than which there is none
bettor in tho markot. This is
the Wassman Brand.
Crosse & Blaokwells.
Cream Lucca Oil in pints
Jams and Preserves.
California & Spanish Olives.
a dozen different kinds, the
best in tho world.
Family Mess Pork
in five pound tins.
!3J Orders by telephone
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Art -:- Fotos
The Most Complete
and Artistic Series
of Island Views Ever
Exhibited. - -
Tho Latest Applicant s for Fine
Woik portaining li Photography.
521. J Port St.
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
0. B. DWIGHT
Tnkes contracts for all kinds of STONE
WOltK, inotmnidit woik, cement und
stone sidewalks and curbing. I have on
hitud tho ueBt Hawaiian stono, (Julnehe
grauito, etc. I iuo stouo for monumental
work. Estimates given nnd lowest pricos
assured. Telephone 8!)3.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
0or. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods
Fort nnd Queen Btroots.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Queen fitroot, Honolulu,
' i,W.r A".
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DKAT11 01M10JJ 1?0!M).
THE STORY AS CY WARMAN, WHO
WAS ON THE GROUND, TELLS IT.
Tim Trmrhery of Jeme Jnir' Slayer lie.
pnlil Iu Kind It Wm a Quiet May lu
Crrfde "Churltr Corcreth Multitude
or Situ" Tim lllllilile Graveyard.
It win ft quirt day In Crwdo enmp In
the morning of tho smutnerof 1803. Most
of tlio miner with nwny In tho hills. Many
of tho (ramblers untl other of tho lilglit
shift vcro still sleeping, though It was
now 4 o'clock.
A sorry looking young womnn wai
vrorklng tho shops and saloons on tho
shady sldo of tho avcntio. Sho carried n
long sheet of writing iwixt, upon which
sho nskod pcoplo to put their names nnil
opiKMlto their nomn tho amount of tliolr
subscriptions. Ono of tho girls hiul died
tho night leforo, nnd this money wns nskod
In order to pay some ono to dig n liolo nt
tlio top of tho hill nnd to hlro nn express
wngon to luiul the girl tip there. When
tho womnn canio to tho Lcndvlllo dance
hnll, sho entered nnd was greeted mdly by
nnothcr woman who stood over behind n
low railing, which extended from tho end
of tho lnr to tlio front of tho tent, fencing
off n llttlo sjmco which served ni an oflico
for tho proprietor nnd tho woman, who
was a silent partner in tho firm. Tho vis
itor pushed tho paper over toward tho man
n small, saflow lo6klng man of 83, who
was over fldgotlng and glancing nt the
door of whatever huso ho happened to 1)0
In. Tho man glanced down tho column,
enw "Soapy Smith, $5," and as ho hated
"Soapy" ho immediately raised him tB,
jftvo tho woman tho money, nnd wrote
ut undi r his namo nnd tho $10, "Charity
covereth n multitude of sins." Then he
passed out from boll I nd tho bar nnd began
wnlklng slowly to tho rear end of tho long
Tho womnn with tho sorry fnco nnd tho
long whlto paper passed out. Upon tho
threshold sho met a man In miner's clothes,
and even as sho turned to look at him a
very short man rodo up to tho door of tho
tent and handed ndoublo barreled shotgun
to tho man at tho entrance. As tho miner
looking man entered tho tent with tho gun
tho womnn with the paper turned n If sho
would follow htm, for sho feared that tho
stranger might do violence, reluctant as
sho .n tjfclicllcAo that n man In a refined
mining center would resort to tho ue of
so clumsy, not to hay unconventional, a
shooting Iron ntn shotgun. "Hello. Kohl"
Killed tho man with tiu gun, mid as the
keeper of tho d mco hall turned ho raised
tho vmipon and let go both iMireK Tho
shot, wltlioutrhcattcrlng, entered tho throat
of tho victim and carried his gold collar
button out through tho back of his neck.
Tho report of tho shotgun startled the
whole camp, nnd ui tho Ixwlvlllo wus di
rectly opposite my hotel I rushed ocr nnd
wan ulmot tho first man In tho place. Ono
man had preceded me, and as I entered ho
cumo'nutiiml shouted, "Hob rord'sdead!"
At tho moment I entered tho only person
in tho room wns tho Insignificant looking
woman in tho llttlo olllco. Sho was weep
ing. Sho knew mo as tho editor of tho
morning paper, nnd nt onco licgnn to pour
out tho story of Bob's virtues. "Ho had
planned," sho said, "to do much good."
"Yes," said I, "It is reported that ho in
tended to kill off tho entire Chronicle force,
Including tho editor."
"Yes, I know," sho went on hurriedly,
for tho place was filling up rapidly, "but
ho didn't mean . it ho told me so ho
didn't havo It InTur you all a llttlo bit.
11 nt, say," sho continued, waving a hand
In tho direction of the corpso and her eyes
tilled with n fresh flood of tears, "just to
think they should shoot hi in with that
kind of a gun It Just breaks my
heart I" and sho leaned her head upou tho
bar nnd wept.
"Well," wild I, glancing toward tho rear
of tho room to make sure ho wus still there,
"Hob's nil right. He's n good fellow
I had known I'onl. Ho was tho flrt man
A G-roomed cottngo, stables
and sorvant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Laruo grounds
woll laid out and planted wilh
fruit and ornamental trees; one
full set of furniture and cooking
stove can remain in the house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
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Dr. 0. B. High, doutist, era
duato Philadelpltfa Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Templo.
rienty of Seattle bock beer on
tan at the Lourro saloon. Don't
forgot the number, 1108 Nuunnu
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted 60
much attention is not the portrait
of anyouo hero. f '
' Meohanics',Qomo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodgiug by
day, wool: or month. Terms: 26
and CO cents per night. $1, und
SI 25 uor week.
City Uarriago Co.. J. S, And.
rado, manager. It' you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful drivor ring up Tolophono 118,
oorner of Fort and Merchant
rttr'tfi Hn1" it nil hotlra.
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not bettor than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear woll, two vory important
considerations. Korr has them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for one dollar.
With n largo lot of goods juBt
received by tho Australia and
Amy Tumor, tho Paoifio Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorite Universal Stovos and
Ranges. Some sizes were sold as
soon as sot up, but another sup
ply has been ordored.
'V !,.. f.vti$'U ' AH'Vil,W .t.?ifoifAiXu.iX
J. S. Walker,
ltd -. Estate - Broker
Has fur Salo and Lease on
"" Liberal Terms.
1. Largo Lot, Makiki sheet, fenced, 228
feet front, go,
2. Lot on Kinau Btreet botweon Alapoi
and Kapiolanl ntroets 140 feet frontage
3. Lot on Lunalilo street between Alapal
nnd Ilackfild btretts.
4. 3 largo Lots ou Prospect sheet.
5. Uonflo and Lot on Green Btreet be
tween Kapiolanl and Victoria.
6. The Building known asThomas'BIock,
2 storien and embracing S (rented) stores
on leased ground.
7. Lot corner of Kinau and Fiikoi ntioets.
8. Ulco Land nt Waikano, Koolau.
0. Lot on corner of IIoulu nml Kca
uniiikimlrtets. (Iletweeii rfMdence of AV. A.Bowen
and lot of W. M. GIlTiird having
frnntaie on Hdllu ntieet 200 feet.)
10. flmiFo Lot at Kukuau 2, Hilo. It.
11. Half Acre Lot in Hilo Town.
1. 3 Cottager on Qnecn street near Piiucb.
2 3 Cottages at Old Walklki.
3. Store nnd Dwelling, comer "Wyllio
and Nuiiniin, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and Hlclmnls
Properties Managed, Collcc-
tior. of KentB, Loans Nego
tiated und Advances made on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckela Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 330. Tel. 331.
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 IiltU Tubs, lined with besl
quality, ISO. IU line, u in. l'ipo, Unalu ant!
Plug, with wood rim all complete Othei
dealers ate dunifonudcd, and report to all
manner of Trickf and Excuses.
Bd not deceived, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for 311 until I rodnced tbo price.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction! Estimates fur.
If you want n good Job cheap for Cosh,
ring up Telephouo 844, and I am yoni
JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith &. Plnmbor
013 to 621 Fort Street.
BlaclcsmiiLing in All Its Branches,
W. W. WllIOHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to Q. West)
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
R7" Carriages, Surreys ami HacKs at all
hours. . TELEl'IlONE WO.
Ti.st DEBecei-ved. per -u.stialia
Attnorcs' Minco Meat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Mince Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tins,
11. and R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
ZFort Street, - - - - Tel. -77
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
ECA-KnSTESS --:-- AJSTD -
WE HAVE THE-
FINEST 3 RIVING HORSES
Tho best of attention given to animals left with tis. Careful driers,respoctfn.
attendants, promptness. llt.ck, Snnies, Brakes. HngpleB.PhaotonB, Wagonettes.
r- AT THE:-,
Gitv Furniture Store,
Main Offio Telephone No. 53. P. O. Box-No.
Galiu Lumber and
Lnmrip.r TWornrr antes fjftntrarfnre! & 'RiTiTrTaT'ef lit
IMPORTEK8 AND DEALERS IN
Doors, SashoB, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware, Wall Pnpors and
Matting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
Main Offlco, Leleo, King Btreet. Branch Office and Planing Mill, cornor King and
Bethel streets. Lumber Yards, Leleo and Lot near It. It. Depot. Private track connect
ing with O. It. & L, Co. R. It. runs through our jards to 11. R. wharf and any part of
Ewa nnd Waianao RtatinnB. 483 tf
Bulletin, 75c, der Month
A GOOD THING
4.--TJ 3 O
Ohia, Algerok and Pine Fijrewoon
Cut and Split (ready for tho Stove).
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
At Lowest Prices, delivered to any part ol
TELEPHONB I I t -M-l
HUSTA.CB & 'CO.,
31 'Queen Streot. x
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1800.
In Quantities to
Orders solicited for a future de.
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 15 Queen Street.
Export Appraieomont of Renl
Estate and Furniture.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
u-Sim'MsMi'.:. 'Sli&. -' . A -
212 King Streot I
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H.H. WILLIAMa. (MnnntrP.A
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Undertaker and Embalma
222 Branch Oflico Telophoue No. 808
Building Co., L'd.
F. H REDMBD,
Contractor and Builder.
Onicesand Stores fitted up and
Estimates gh en on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
RT Oflico and Bliop: No, 010 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wrl(;)it's Carrln(;o Bhop.
W. H. KIOKAKD, '
Genoi-al Business Agent ,
Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all BttBinoHs Matlois
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
A New Abstract Office.
As & result of 15 year's oxpori
enco in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to mako Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and complete manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In "W. O. Smith's Office, 818
Fort Street. 215-tf
Evening IMletiv 76c per month.