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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 24, 1899.
SHAKSPEARE FIRST HIGHT.
Continued from I'.igo 1.
cnHt. Indeed, no
pickod id thoir
of tlio entiro
flaw could bo
Misa Waldorf, tho leading lady
of tho oompnuy, mndo a highly
fnvornblo impression perhaps h
better odo for introduction thnn
would hnvo been a more flaring
"hit." Handflorao in faco and
jignrt?, nn (i possessing cine with
kvoJit tomboy proclivities, hers is nn
interesting stngo personality ens-
. lly eoon to bo adaptable to the
demi-nngolio women that are
among tho most marvelous crea
tions or. oliakeepoaro. it was ro-
xnarked nmoDg tho peoplo coniiDg
away Saturday night that thu etnr
might bo expected to shino parti
cularly bright as "llosaliuu" on
Tho orchestra of tho Hawaiian
band made good music boforo thu
curtain roso and between acts
, Tho Kahuku Jupaneso, charged
with riotiug, will corao up for tri
al in tho Police Court tomorrow
morning. Several lu I rum Ka
huku will be summoned to tentify
in tho case. It id cnluuluud that
tho case will take about two
said the blind man after he
had ridden a
an entire year without a mis
hap, " why they
It's bec.ulse they're built that
way. Sudden bumps and
jp rough usage do not affect them
Wi at any. point."
I D. B. WHITMAN,
fe'j Tribune Agent.
fi Tolepliono 7 10.
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hiJlside 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 10 to 7S0 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according to the number of the applications.
Only $1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress kiock.
SOLE -A-aKEjaSTTS FOK
SOLE AGBNTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
Martin Guitars and Mandolins I
Stella- IMXisio Boxes.
We carry a full stock of HAWAIIAN MUSIC and MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS constantly on hand.
BEBGSTBOH MUSIC C0,Ltd
ligy Pianos sold on Installments of $io per month.
CORNER FORT AND 11EUETANIA STItEETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
A. Hr.clr.inK nod H. P. Baldwin
are bore from Maui.
Bicycle for sale, nearly new, '99
mnko. See For Bale.
Now lifo is given nn old roof by
applying a coat of Peerless Pro
A dividend of the Pioneer Mill
Co., is payable to shareholders on
tho 27lli inst. Sen Now Today.
Attorney Paul Neumann is still
confined to his home, although
considerably improved in heulth.
Tho lusnpetor Qonoral of
.Schools wants to communicate
with B. Brightwell. Bead
Philntolists nnd othprs interest
ed in Hawaiian stamps should
rend the Golden Halo Hazi-ir nd
on page 4.
After a trip of sovoral weokB on
Maui, H. Watorhouso, Jr., has re
turned to Honolulu vory much
improved in health.
Members of Y. M. G. A. Busi
ncss Glass doing special work are
roquoited to meet nt tho usunl
place nt 7:80 this) evening.
Tho eightieth nnnivorsory of
tho Ordor of Odd Follows will bo
cplobrated in Progress Hall on
Thursday at 7:30 p. in. See Now
When n blind mnn exclaims
"Iseo 1" ho may not necessarily
have wheels. A Trihuuo Bicyclo,
howovor, is a proved eye-oponor.
See ad on pago G.
Jnmos Sims had n gold watch
stolen Saturday night. The case
was put in Chester Doyle's hands.
The watch was found today and
returned to its owner.
Young Yeo was nrrsted by Do
puty Marshnl Ohillingworth and
othors nt his placo in Kaulike
street this forenoon. Ho is charg
ed with soiling opium.
Tho repnirs necessary on tho
Mnuna Loa hnvo been found to bo
quite extcnsivo. She will not be
put on lier regular routo again tor
sevoral weeks. At presout, she is
at tho old flshraarket wharf.
Two Galician boys wero fined
S2 and costs in tho Polico Court
this morniug on tho charge of
nffrny. Tho young fellows will
hnvo to work out thoir fine rs they
hnvo no money with which to
A bark appeared off Koko Head
lato yesterdny afternoon. It look
ed nB if she tryinu to make this
port but thiswns ovidently not tho
intention of tho captain, for the
vessol disappeaiod during the
James Ferdon, tho Quaker doc
tor, was again arrested Siturdny
morning on tho chnrgo of practis
ing medicine without a license.
Tbo case was sot for Saturdny.
This is tho second time Ferdon
hns been nrrosted on tho snroo
E. Powell Jr. manneor of Ke-
kaha store, Kauai, was married to
Miss May Waito nt tho home of
the brido's parents, Honokan, last
Thursday evening. Honry Louis
sion whs best man and Miss Alice
Wnilo bridosmnid. The wedding
wns tho occasion of n largo gather
ing of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Po
well cnino to Honolulu in the Ki
nau. Oflicer Fnneuf is having a lot of
trouble with the Chinamen who
have shops in Chinatown, in try
ing to enforce tho law of keopiug
All nro ready promise to raovo the
obstructions, but fow do what they
promise. More nctive ineniures
thnn a simplo warning will be
taken if tho oidors from polico
hendqunrtors nro not complied
T. G. DALLnNTYNn.
II. I EAKIN.
PRICES MUCH HBDUCED.
i rum I filiy
NEW RECORDS by the well-known
Hawaiian "Kawalhao Quintette Club"
(the most popular native slnRcrs In the
Headquarters for Gramophones, Gr.iph.-v
phones, Reglna Music Boxes.
WASHBURN GUITARS AND MAN
DOLINS, the best In the world.
Only First-Class Amcrlcn"
KcKtnui'nnt In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
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 will enhance In
value, It w III pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, oppo. Pacific Hardware Co.
The Bulletin classifies its ads., Re
sult small advertisers get a square
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
HONOLULU, II. I.
HUSINl-SS LUNCH, from 11 n in. till
2 p. in - 25 conts
DINNIUt, from 6 to 7 p. in 60 conts
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITEB
Office: k8 Merchant Vreet, Campbell block, rear
J. O. Cartel's oflice. P. O Itox 194
EDMUND II. 1IA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer anJ Searcher o( Record 1.
Ofllco Campbell's Ulock, Merchant St.
Next door to llaxallan Wine Co.
For All S se ss
In selecting (Jilts
many points are to be coustiUcn ii:
First ot all, whereas the larjie.'-t
and best display to he seen f
Second, ti.e quality and iprices t
After you have convinced your
self on theseitwo points the rest
oclto-t Cutlery !
"OUR VERY BEST"
Line ol COW BOY KNIVES, HUNTING KNIVES. CARPENTER KNIVES. CATTLE
KNIVES, 1VORV HANDLE- KNIVES, I1UCK HANDLE KNIVES. SPRING BACK KNIVES.
SHEATH KNIVES. JACK KNIVES, PEN KNIVES. BONE HANDLE KNIVES. IRON
HANDLE KNIVES. COCOA HANDLE KNIVES. GENTLEMEN S IVORY HANDLE PEN
KNIVES, LADIES" IVORY HANDLE PEN KNIVES
In Crocus Finish.
Is the finest line of cutlery ever IntroJucci here. Call In anJ examine them.
i PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offend
in Honolulu. We know our price;
are right, because we buy ritihl
from the manufacturers, thrreh)
saving the percentage made br
the middle mnn.
When you come to our store- it
we feel it our duty to fam liarie
you with the goods we carry, anJ
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all markeJ in plain
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
f b. w.
No. 10 FORT ST.
J I 1170
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