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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLl'LU. U. I., NOVEMBER 8, 1898
10 Improved Lots, with Desirable
1 entire block, unimproved, as a
whole, or in subdivisions.
2 Desirable Kapiolani Park Beach
Apply to GEAR,
210 King street.
Announce- lln i- i ii. "f In i'
i laM' in
INTERPRETATION . . .
Awl tlieingherlSraneliesnfVoeal Art
Appointment iniulf by mall, box
.lis, or iiy leiepnone, n '"
" SUSANNE R. PATCH,
Teacher of Voice f Piano
I'... imuier.dcd l li.nm Milnrt i.f
S-aa 1'i.iiii'isi ii, .i-itili" .He.l .ii ! 1 of the
Kcldeiiee.indsti.dli.iit Mis. lludoit's,
roi'i i.f 1'iirt iiinl Ii.ii..i!ii streets.
T. . plume l' ItrJii-llii
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS
Cultivation of the Voice
lEcsidoucc: Alakel Houo.
Studio: Y. M. ('. A. Iluilillng. lloom
Telephone h!J. lOJi
"W. A. Eames
"V" Ciuifcar and IVjaqdoIin
Studio Y. M. C. A. H'llHlng, Hooiu 1
Residence A!il" i Hulls,.,
Rt?ilr fine complicity! S'jKhe, Clocki, Music
All work guarantee! Thirtv .fivejearj exptrltnce
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By lust Htoumer (rum tliH Count.
THE REGULAR THING
At my Btote, w i.erc tin-
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Js iliui rciurilii( Ml Hi' work
both "iliM. ri-f raeelel , watch
H. G. WART 404 Fort St.
Furn lis lied Cottaues
Opposite lliisli School, F.mma rtreet.
Tefcphime qiS, nr taium of O H. Btrrty, ihn
.riica i' j iiot4 u-ini
The bulletin i.i newspaper; it pub
lilies the news.
PfcA"- iMr ,fc '-
LANSING & CO.,
li . 1 1
Your wolk ollcltcd, and the llncst
flu--, of service AT ItKA.SONAM.K
All KIuiiiicIh and Sllkw washed by
hand. Ordinary Mending, and Mut
tons Sewed On.
SJaTTelephonc fis:i, mid leave your
Election cf Officers
At the annual iiicclliiK of tint ()!.()
W.M.I' COMPANY, huld this IlUt day
f October, !h!s, tlm follow Ihk stuek-
liolilciN wore elected to serve as utllcer
(or tho ensuing year:
V. i. Irwin, I'lesldoiit.
W. M. (illl'ard, Vlcc-l'resldont.
II. M. Whitney, Ji., Secretary
(iou. .1. ltosH, Auditor.
And tlm follow hi); to constitute the
Hoard o( Directors:
W. li. Irwin,
W. Ii. Hopper, ami
II. M. WIIITNKY.Jr.,
.Secretary of the (llowalu Company.
Honolulu, Oi't. ill, lhUS. lll.MI
FDR SALE, CHEAP,
With a 2'horxe power UNION
IASOMNK KN(iIM:.HIlil all necessiirv
Metro, Switches, etc,, in llrHt-class i mi
llion order; Mine can be easily run by
any servant In u very short time. The
eel" i cannot hllcklo or short circuit.
Hir further Infonimtlon apply at the
Hawaiian Klectrie Co. it)37-tf
The ndvertiscil notice of n iiiectlne
of the Stockholder of the Hculaiii
Yacht ami lloat Chili Is hereby chang
ed to read Friday cvenlnu, Noveuiber
Illli, hm, instead or Tuesday evening,
A full attend nice Is requested,
Hiislness : Kicctlon of Oilicern.
Hy order of the Hoard of Directors.
.IAS. V. LLOYD,
Mutual Tel. Co., Ltd..
A Ih blond has been ileclaied and will
bo payable lit the otllce ( the Company
Men-hunt street, on and after the Hth
Only nliili! Uliiir Miiloyc(l
NEWSY NOTES FROM KAUAI.
Continued (rum Page 3.
of mil load from Koalm plnutntiou
to Ilaurtiunulu. WiU euch a cou
vonieuco tlioro would bo no neeil
of dolnytj in tbo trnuBpartntion of
aiignr to Ilonolulu ns Ilnnn
mntilu ih vory eeldom in
such n state tlmt Btonmois can
not enter. Tbero would bo but
very liltle difticully in running
tbo line nnd wlion once established,
t lint would, it linn beon culeiilu'e I,
lio ii KiiviiiLf of about fifty cents on
the Img. Then aniiin, excursion
trains between Libue, Untintim
ulu, Knjina nud Kealin could bo
run ou Sundays or any holiday
IVopIo would bo only too ulud of
the e ban co for rapid transit from
one ploco to the other. During
other days ovuu, people would
There in a vast improvement in
the nindn between Lihun and Ke
alia. Now bridges and culvorls
have been put in needed places
and tli (Trades have beon made
very much eio-ior. Work is still
t!oiuc on. At first, people began
to "kick" about the expense but
now they are bouiuuiuu to give
Koul Hoard praieo for its work.
Everything is activity in Ketilin.
ProparatiouB for the now bohsou
re being made. The item of
most importance is tho present
work ou the artesian well near by.
The water from this is to be used
for the mill. The flow wa sup
posed to ho ab Mit a million gal
lous per day but. u fpv days ago
u pump was set to work and the
w. II developed 1,760,01)0 gallons
or 1iO.OOO gallons more than i
necessary to run the mill. The
ical capacity of tho well is not yet
There is on peculiar thing
about this well. The water is us
fresh nud pure as tho very best.
It has alwayH beeu contended by
tho expert that such water
could not bo obtained from a
well near the sea unless
there Imppeni d to bo a reef out
side. Thoro is no reof and tho well
is only 700 feet from tho sea.
11. 0. Spalding of Kenlia is ex
pecting his wifo back from the
StiU'H in about two mouths. Mrs
Spalding has been very ill but, In
th last steamer, nows was receiv
ed thnt sho was becoming better
I. It. Hums, representing the
Manhattan Lifo Insurance Co. is
now ou Kauai nud is travelim.'
around iho island with Dr. lienrv
W. Howard of Honolulu, Sheriff
Conoy and your correspondent.
Mr. Woodward of Khhului, Ma
ui, came to Kauai on the W. G
tJall, Wednesday, to tiikochage
of the Lihuo Ice and Soda Water
Mr. Win. Smith, MissSmiih
and Miss Elsio Dwiuht o( Hono
lulu are visiting at tho homo of
Mrs. Bertlomann iu Kilauea.
The V. S- S. Uenuiugton nrriv
ed iu " wiliwili Tluirmlny morn
ing early. After having beon
shown about tho place, tho Amer
ican Uig was raised near the land
ing by some of tho bluejackotB. It
was too rough to romaiu at Nawi
liwili so Captain Taussig docided
to spend tho night at son. In tho
forenoon of Friday, the Beuninu
tou put into Hnnaloi, whero tho
weather was fine. The bluejackets
wero drilled ashore nndtheoilicers
explored the country. Saturday
morniug tho Huunloi school chil
li; en were taken off nboard aud
shown over tho ship. It was on
the previous day that Cnptniu
Taushig kiudly entertained nboard
Judge Knkiua, Doptity Shoriff
Donaldson nud our party. It was
the tirst time thRt tho portly judge
of tho Hnunloi district had soen a
man-of-war of tho kiud.
The I.aat Cur.
The last cars of tho King etroet
lino goiug to Waikiki nnd ralamn
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
clcvorost mixologists in tho city
sro tlioro always to put you up
anything you rnny desire. Drop
iu nnd take n drop before you tnko
the car. Tho eolohrnted Seattle
beor is to bo had here ou draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dowar's Scotch, O. P. 8.,
otc, always on hand. Tho most
exacting nnd rariod demands enn
be sntisfied. The Anchor Saloon
is here to please its patrons.
Majors 13. F. Cheatham nnd A.
B. Bayloss cnlled nt tho Bulletin
office yesterday. They nro well ns
the rest of tho TenneBf-eo mon, are
vory much amused nt tho fears
expressed by a contemporary ns to
whnt horrible bnudits tho Ten
nessee boys aro.
It Is easy to puree, but that Is not what
Is wanted. A mild but suro and undls
turblog cathartic will set Naturo to go
Ing, and relievo tho head, tho stomach,
tho liver nnd all tho organs of tho body
(rom tho many nnd dangerous evils ot n
clogged corporeal drainage.
Hood's Pills CUnn Liver Ills, sick head
ache, biliousness, constipation, without
purging, without pain, without violence.
Hood's Pills arc tho only pills to tnko
with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Sold by all
druggists. 25c. Sent by mall on receipt
of price, by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mnss.
Hotels and Restaurants.
W i 1c i lc i .
CAUL KLEMME, PitoiuiiETon
.The most delightful spot in
the Islands. Kxtenslve Improvements
belli); made for the entertainment of
the public. Cottages foi rent. Bowling
Alley and CoIIce Ciartlen.
A Flood of Klectrie M rlit!
Flue Sea Hathiug!
Rooms by the day, week or mouth.
Telephone SSH. KU3
Beaver - Lunch
11. .1. NOIrii, Propnetoi
l'he Best Liiutji ir. lwi
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL IIOUIIS.
THE FINEST BIUNDH O)'
Cigars and Tobaccf
ALWAYS OS HAND.
The Queen Furnishes Supplies.
Tin: Ciiixkm: Hxci.c.sio.n Ait ooi:s
I MO KIT1XT III. in:.
A llrst-cl.iss French iiiok 1ms been em
ployed by the ptoprletor of the (Jueuu
Hotel, anil a complete challgo Is being
made iu the dlniiu loom service.
Try u dinner, -uuday, 0 p in., at ."0
cents (.'10 to tlm- holding tickets), and
you will fully understand.
J. W- CHAPMAN
Announces to tho public th.it lie is now
open (or engagements to tako charge o(
llaniUets, Halls, Dinnors and (lardon
Parties, Socials, otc.
Address c.tro Union Express. Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
:i:n NCCANC ST.,
NEAK HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
Flrst-class molds, undor the ituporvls
Ion of a white man, Rorvoil (rom 5 a. in.
to8 p. in. M KAUS TWENTY-ITVE Cts.
l'ostolllco llox ll'J.
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POl'l'LKTOX. M'o'k.
This Is n inodorn np-to-duto Auiorlcan
restaurant, hxcollont meals for 25 cents.
No. 029 FORT STREET.
The Elite Ice Cream
lOS HOTKL, STRBKT,
0ak63 and Candies,
Fine Ice Cream.
Our establishment Is the finest resort In the city
Call ni tee us. Open till 1 1 o'clock p, m,
A First-class Hosort In every rospoct,
Tho best 2o cont meal to bo hail,
ICE CHEAM 15 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP A CO.,
1005 Iterutaula and Fort htroets.
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k GET IT i
IN TIME OP
Js FOR DARKNESS.
OnVednesdiiy evening between
nine, and ten o'clock sonio of tho
business houses who depend en
tirely on electricity were, without
notice, left In darkness.
M.,., li.nl iint wi tmieli as n
lamp In the house, others had
lamps but no chimneys, and for a
time It looked as though they
would have to close up shop.
Our Mock of lamps Is the most
completo of any In the elt
many now ami attractive uesigns.
J. T. Wateriiouse
W'uveilcy Hlock, Hetliel rst.
: (iitocEHH, ii utiiWAiti:,
:Establlshedlal851. Leaders In 1893.
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103 KING STREET.
G. J. "Walleu, : . Manaoeii
Wholesale nud Retail
BEST OF MEATd.
Families desiring tender roasts,
Juicy steaks aud chops should
call ou tho
Central Meat Market
Vo make a specialty n( family trade
and sell the best at reasonable
H E. GARES, Proprietor.
JOSEPH T.NKER, Propr.
Family and Shipi'ino Dutciihk.
Poultry and tho cholcostot meats kopt.
Vegotablos (rosh every morning.
All orders quickly delivered.
1007 TELEPHONE 289
The . . .
Cor, Alakea & Balekaawlla Bts.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band,
Estimates given for house wip
ing and Electrioal plants.
Marine Wiring a speoialty,
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" Man Wanf) but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
i The Bulletin can satisfy 1
all your WANTS. It has
established a W A N T
I C O L U A N
JOll Hll PfOCBSSiBll
and cirr in
The Band Waeon !
Do you WANT a Job?
Do you WANT a Horse?
Do you WANT a Room?
Do you WANT a Htishand?
Do you WANT a Cook?
Do you WANT a Bfcvcle?
Do you WANT a Gii'l?
Do you WANT a China Bov?
Do you WANT a Wife?
Do you WANT a Good Time?
Do you WANT Health?
Are you in bear Ji ot anything?
Have you lost anything?
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
Cheaper Than Dirt
ANTS 1 5 tent a line the first Insertion. io Lent
yw secunj j Lent a week, 50 Cent a month
WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
B?J!f"Housekeeper, we can tillcu
BrfTyour rooms; losers ot proper-tu
srty, we can tinJ it; owners tua
CdTo't articles JesirtiV' to e-Vt
ftdrchange them, we can do it. "oa
They are for the People.
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