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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEU II U AMY 17, 189!).
rTo-duy's Honolulu Stock
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Am Sup rCo.AV TSo.oroij.crad
AmSuCo p'd up 750.000'
rwaPlant'n Co' .uoo.oao tn.aori
HamoaPlanCo' 175000' i.jjol
Hiw'n Apr. Co too.
w n iue uo. a.ooo.i
y Honomu Su Co 300,
iionoKaa a uo 1,000,
Haiku SunrCo1 500,
Kahuku PI n Co' 500.
Klpahulu buCo 160,000 1,600
0hu Aes'b.e 600.000! 6,000
OahuS (p'dup)' t.8oo.ooo'i8 000
VSIIUIllCa OU VjU IIMU,WI. iq,ojrji
rod 5 cool
Piclfie Su Ml
PiU Plant'n Oil
Pepeekeo Su Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
Intcflfl S N Co'
Maw'n Elcc Co,
Mutual Tclt Co
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IMtMIOVlNU AVATKH HUPPI.Y.
Tho police authorities have ms
yot formed no npiniou kh lo ju-t
tho spot where joe, the Muliiv,
was killed. Tho matter is being
IIIubT Mnln Heine I.iilit Ovvr I,Hrc
I'micliliowl lllll Arrii.
Superintendent Andrew Brown
of the liouolnlu Wiitor Works is
putihitig tho work of laying tlio
larger mains provided for tbe
Punchbowl slopos. Beginning at
Punchbowl street, 12-iuch pipes
alony Luzo, Lanalilo and Victoria
streotB, thunco by way of Thurston
and Wilder avpuues to Kranmoku
ntreels. The 0-inch pipes tnkeu
up on that route mo to replace 4
inch pipea nloujj Prospect, Mngn
zino and other high level streets.
It is iutondod, ultimately, to
supply tho midway terracos of
Punchbowl with water exclusively
from tho pumping station and its
reporvoir. Thoti tho resident on
thn upper hoights will havo an in
cfnsed head of water, with moro
regularity, than they now receive.
Just now tho Borotauia street
pntnp is driving artesian water
out to Kalihi, and complaints
from that distant suburb nave
now reached tho vanishing point.
B. 11. Campbell speut a good
sum of money improving tho
ground 3 of hi house in the lleach
boulevard. A hord of swine camo
alone aud turned tho nicely
trussed lawn iutotho likeness of a
dug potato patch.
I II I I I i IV. I FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
We can make your old wheel
AS GOOD AS NEW !
Our new plant Is turning out
work unexcelled by any fac
tory. Any color, plain or
striped. With or without
If you have a broken frame we can put In
a new bar at very little cost
Any minor repairs done on short notice !
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
First class vaudeville hI the Big
Tent show tonight Popular
Dnnntv Sheriff Prooner of Kan
ai will return home in thu Mika-
hala this uftemoou.
It in nnlv four duvs now until
the City of Columbia will be sold
to tho' highest bidder.
Tim fit KnMinrlni mill Hnrrv
Morse will probably Rail for tbo
Sound this afternoon.
Fifty ehnres of tho Koua Sugar
Co 's stock sold at a nrinium of
$2 CO por &haro yesterday.
Two ceamen, as many firpineu,
and a guuncr's mate, aro posted
as deecrters from tho Iris:
Captain Katine nrrested two
Chinamen this morning for un
lawful possession of opium. .
Sheriff Coney of Kauai will be
down on Sunday with st'veml
witnesses in tho Titcomb murdei
A crazy Porlucuese woman for
the asylum was brought from II a-
makun in tho iNoeau this after
A dividend is now piyahlo to
stockholders of JN. b. aachs' Dry
Good Company at their office
Seo Now Today.
Thorn wna n vnrv ntnnvnbln
daucu at tho Myrtlo boat c'ub
liouso last mgut. Among tlioee
present wero eovoral navy olhcers
In tho Y. M. C. A. hall tomor
row ovoning, Col. Albert Whyte
will lecture on "Mining in the
Klondike, The lecture will bi
Thero was but ono Gno imposed
in tho Polico Court this forenoon.
This was $2 and costs for drunk
enness. The other cases were
Pawar. Tract Lots can now be
obtained, facing either ou King 01
Berotania streets by paying $250
cash, balance in oay payments.
These lots aro on tho lino of tho
proposed electric cars.aro ready to
build on and afford a good oppor
tunity for small investors. See
Will. Fisher's ad in JSEW TO
"BE SURE YOU'RE RIGHT,
THEI KO AHEAD:
You are always right in
On account of the excellent
f ingei board they are the best
instrument a beginner can
Cheapest. Why ? Because
they are the best.
All Hawaiian Songs can
be procured at our counter. -
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO..Ltd.
COHXKR FOItT AND nnitETANIA STKEETS.
KNOWN IN MUSIC!
The New Music Store
of Wall, Nichols Co.
is Now Open!
New shipment of
VOSE & SON'S PIANOS.
REGIA MUSIC BOXES,
New RccorJj and Tune Sheets (or Above,
Squash, Sc pep lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort jintl Hotel Sts.
Telephone &Jj. iicxj
VlblTTHENUW AUStC STORE OP
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
W. 0. BIVUNS, the Rnl Esttitc
Ajicnt, lint changed Ids locution
fmm 315 Fort street to the new quarters In
Mclnenry Block, opposite Bank of Hawaii.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
suit small advertisers get a squart
AN KLKCTUIC LOCOMOriVK.
An olectrio locomutivo, the first
to como iuto the country, wn a
brought by tho Andrew Welch
from San Francisco this forenoon.
It comes consigned to tho Hawaii
an Electric Co., but is for August
Dreier, manager of Eloole pluuta
tation, who will use it for hauling
cane cars. Maunger Dreier has a
reputation for importing new ma
chinory of tbo kind, and tho boat
part of it is that when h does im
port, ho brings into the country
something worth the while. Mr.
Dreier is tho man who brought
tho first steam plows into tbo
country. Now those are used on
every plantation in thi Islands.
lOlit Ilolilcnt Gonr.
George W. Norton died at Pa
lama this morning. Ho was an
American and 83 years of ago.
Mr. Norton came to these islands
many years ago. Away buck ho
lived' at Makawao, Maui, whore
ultimately bo was bookkeeper for
tho Grove Bunch plantation. For
a good many years latterly
Mr. Norton bus conducted a
cigar and sodawater stand in Fort
near Queon stioet. Ho was a quiet
and pleasant old man.
Th cause of death was a tumor.
Dr. Herbert aitouded tbe putiont.
H. H. Williams, undortakor, will
conduct tho funeral, which is to be
from tho houso of Ohas. 13.
1) wight, Desha lane, to Kawaia
hao cometery, at -1 o'clock this
Tho dead man loaves 6overal
dauuhtors, ono being Mrs. C. 13.
Dwight aud nnothor Mrs. I(. 13.
Fronoh. His brother John died
last year. George, a son, who was
well-known as an employe of
Lewors & Cooke, died a fow years
Tomorrow, Saturday ovoning,
"Tho Doad Witness" will bo
presonted for tbo first time beforo
a Honolulu audience. Tho drama,
which is a hoavy oue, is written
by a noted Engljsh playwright.
Tbo principal characters will be
Honry Vernon by Mr. Fulton,
Mrs. Honry Vernon by Miss
Louise Llewellyn, and Toby by
Mr. Julo Walters. Tho part of
Honry Vernon gives scopo for
some fine acting, and Mr. Fulton's
many admirers may anticipate a
ROTARY PUBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
Ofllce: 209 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter' olllci;
P. O. Box 194.
EDMUND H. HAUT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer ani Searcher ol Recor Js.
Oillco CntniilioU'ii Mock, Morchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co. lo$ j-tt
l'erxnnt u tailing to ubtnln board nt
Mnkuuuo, Miuil, am lie sccoinmnilMed
ntMUS. II. H. HAILirV'S
Torinii, flO perwook. HS5-flm
We make a specialty of fine enameling, either In plain blade, colors, or
highly decorated finish.
HI Also guns, typewriters, bicycles, and any article requiring skilled and
fH finished workmanship. All work giuranteed. Will call for and deliver.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
Fop All ss S2
In selecting Ultts
many points .ire to be considered:
First of nil, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
SeconJ, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. Weiknowounpriccs
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we, feel it our duty to familiarize
yoh with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Holiister Drug Co.
We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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