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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 22, 1899.
SALVATION LAHHICS IIOIIIIIU).
How ofllnutPa llanaaekrtl Wh1e I'ollca
nr Out Ht 4'luircli.
Three of Col. Geo. F. McLpocTh
bonsoa off Vinrynnl Btroot, renr of
Eaumnknpili church, woro outer
ed.atid rauBacked while tho folk,
wore absent attending wordhip
on Sunday oveniug.
I No. 7, too au tod by Salvation
I Army laeseB, had evorylhing tnm
od over. All tho mouey the
ladies owned was taken, includ
ing the contoDts of the barrnrkn
oharity collection boxea. Tho
yonng womou wero afraid to go to
sloop that night.
The tonants of No. 6 wero
similarly dospoiled, but the
amount of mouoy taken ib not
Mr. Russell, a Salvation Array
man living in the third house,
had about $18 stolon, wbilo every
thing in tho house waB turned
Tho station was" notified and a
native policoman camo and took a
good look over tho premises.
. !- I. all i tm
Miss Aneln Kakoi died last
night at 0:50 p. m. ngo 18 yean-.
y" Sho is tho daughter of Mr. Peko
lo, and sistT to Mrs. Kiomtopili
and Mrs. Kamana. Tue futiernl
takes place from tho Cutliolh;
Chthodral at 3 p. m. Ed A.
Williams is tho undertaker.
said the doctor after examin
ing the 1899
"If all bicycles were so easy
running, safe and enticing to
country spins, 1 would soon
be in the poor house."
If it's health you're after
SOLD ONLY BY
EAKIN & WHITMAN
Pacific Heights Notice!
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
Waianae range of mountains.
A broad, winding Boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction, and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On the Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from $0 to 70 feet
above sea level.
,. Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
jbe allotted according to the number of the applications.
"OnIy-1,000,for a lot 100 x 200 feel. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress Block.
o reduce our stock of Pop-
ular Songs we are selling
a large assortment of them at
10c. CENTS PER COPY !
This offer only open for a short time.
Also, at the regular price don't fall to get
"Honey I'll Be You're Man."
"Just One Girl."
"Georgia Camp Meeting."
"The Moth and the Flame."
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CORXKR FOIIT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
LOOAL AND GENERAL,
Shingles painted with Pcorle8
Preserving Paint will not crnck
warp or ch'Ciy.
Two comfortable Bail boats arc
o (To red for rout by the day or hoar.
See Want column in today's issue.
Prof. Koobele ltft for Kauai in
tho W. O. Hull yesterday to tnnke
further investigations in regard to
tht) cauo borer.
Henry Waterhouae Jr., who baa
boen very ill for several weeks,
left for Maai in tho Glaudiuo yes
torday to recuperate.
An auction salo of TVnikiki lots
will behold on Saturday ,March 25,
at 12 nnoti, in J. F. Morgan's sale
rooms, Queen street. ,
Tho bund will play in Thomas
squaro tomorrow, Thursday even
ing. The stand will be illuminat
ed with Acetyluno gas light.
"To B or not to B" the best
make in tho market has boen de
cided in tho allirniative by Bailey's
Honolulu Oyolery. See ad on pago
Look WoISing Company givo
notice that tlioy have sold thoir
interest in tho UdcIo Sam restau
rant Gl'iFort street. Seo New
A special meeting of the share
holders of the Honokaa Suar Co.
will bo held at Scbaefer & Co.'h
oflico, Friday, 10 a. m. See Now
Tho girls of Kamohamoha and
Punahou will play return matches
of tennis and basket ball on tho
grounds of tho latter Saturday
Ono sorrel and ono grey horse
aro at present in tho pound at Ma
kiki and unless redeomed will bo
auctiouod on Saturday, April 8.
Seo New Today.
Edward Pollitz tho San Fran
cieco broker has bought ono
thousand shares of Honokaa et
$250. Tho doal was mado thiough
Henry Watorhouse & Co.
Chalk Bonds aro inviting the
attention of tho police Thoir
latest display of impudenco is tho
writing of names of lady school
toaohers on buildings and fences.
A full houso is assured for tho
oratorio concort at Kaumakapili
church on Thursday evening.
Mrs. G. W. Macfarlane will sing
two selections, inoluding "Angola
Evor Bright and Fair" by request.
Those di Biroui of having photo
buttons mado showing their own
piciuro may have thoir portrait
taken at William's gallery froe of
ohargo. Buttons will have to be
ordered from Mr. Lichtic. COG
Fort street, whero tickets for ob
taining photo may bo had.
Tho band played tho Australia
off yesterday. Tho boys brought
tears to tho oyes of many pooplo
aboard and ashoro by playing the
Hawaiian farewell song, "Aloha
oe," and then succeeded in mak
ing several peoplo do tho cake
walk on tho decks of tbo steamer
by playing "Hot time in tho old
Town" immediately afterwards.
That Uunrt.r Million.
Henry Watorhouse & Co. paid
for the large purchases made by
thorn of Honokaa stock by oheqncb
on tho Bank of Hawaii. Tho
ohequo for $250,000 of Edward
Pollitz in payment of tho aggro
cato block of the samo stock.
drawn in favor of Henry Water
house & Co., waB duly honored
this morning at tho Bank of Glaus
Spreckels & Co.
T. G. BALLENTVNE.
H. P. EAKIN.
PRICES MUCH REDUCED.
NEW RECORDS by the well-known
Hawaiian "Kawalhao Quintette Club"
(the most popular native singers In the
Headquarters for Gramophones, Graplia
phones, Reglna Music Boxes.
WASHBURN GUITARS AND MAN
DOLINS, the test In the world.
Music Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
If you want business property,
If you want a home cheap,
If you want a lodging house,
If you want property that wllPenhance In
value, ifwlll pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, opposite Bank of Hawaii.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square
The Only Flrst-Clast) American
Restaurant In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
527-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, If. J.
UUSINkSS LUNCH, from 11 a in. till
2 p. in 21 cents
DINNKR, (mm 6 to 7 l. in &o ooiiIh
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWR1TEB
Office Jc8 Mwhant trt, Campfctll block, rear
J. O. Carter's omce. I'. O. Ilox igi
EDMUND H. HAHT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer anil Searcher of Record,.
Oflico Campbell's Block. Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian wine Co.
"OUE -HER.Y 0KST"
Line of COW BOY KNIVES. HUNTING KNIVES. CARPENTER KNIVES. CATTLE
KNIVES, IVORY HANDLE KNIVES. DUCK HANDLE KNIVES. SPRING HACK KNIVES. E
SHEATH KNIVES, JACK KNIVES, PEN KNIVES. DONE HANDLE KNIVhS. IRON f
HANDLE KNIVLS. COCOA HANDLE KNIVES. GENTLEMEN'S IVORY HANDLE PEN jl
KNIVES, LADIES' IVORY HANDLE PEN KNIVES
In Crocus Finish.
Ii the finest line of cutlery ever IntroJuceJ here. Call In anJ eumlne them
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
Fop AH '&
In selecting Guts
many points are to be considered:
FirM or all, where is the largest
and est display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?'
After you have convinced your
self on these twoipoints the resl
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety ol
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
jn Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy riuht
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man. ... -
When you come to our sfon
we feel it our duty to fam.li.trie
you with the goods wei.air , uuu
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain J
Hollister Drug Co,
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdor? Dyes
B. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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