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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 3, 189U.
PKHPAitvrioNi von otimjm.o.
The aconic artist is now at work
in the Opern, Homo on the now
Boonory for Othello. Two (Imp cur
tairiB nro iu haud both of winch tiro
very clever productions of pcenic
nrt. Ono in pnrb'eulnrusoiecnpeof
tho const of OypniB with a storm
lowering in the ilistanco in n very
striking and clovi-r pipe? of work.
Several minor nieces and oII'pc'b
aro nlso iu hatid all of which will '
torn! to make thn performance a I
momornblo one. A privatp glimpse
of tho now costumes for Othello
roveals some very olabnratp de
signB iu rich brocades and wlvetp.
Ol.Jrrt Iu n Clinnue
Somo of tho reflidentB of Book
with street are objfcing very
Btronuously to tho proposed chance
of tho nnmo of that street to Wil
der avonuo. Thoy eay they have
kuown tho thoroughfare by tho
namo of Eeckwith so loDg that
they would hardly know how to
got along with a different name.
Besides that the lindoutof which
tho streot was nmdo wai given to
tho Qovernmont by Oahu Collpgo
and Mr. Btfckwith, after whom the
Btroot was namod, was tho first
president ot that institution.
W. A. Bald win of Maknwoli ro
turns to tho plantation Monday
afternoon after a foituight or
moro npant her.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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 l0 to 750 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 Block.
Native Songs, Ukuleles, Taro Patch
jtfirWe .ire selling Pianos on installments, of $o per month.
By this system .my t.imily of modeuue means can have an
ERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COItXr.ll TOUT AND UCIICTAMIA bTKKETS.
Headquarters far Stella, Regina, Olympin AUisic Boxes.
Prince Dnvid'a horse Bobolink
F. L Willi on n'hvitis-'H hi?
roaidonco fur anU. SeoNew Tndny.
Hon. U. P. Baldwin nud vi!o
left for this Conat in the Doric lutt
Iu tlio 1'olico Cmi't Huh fore
noon Ah Pui whu ht ml 82 ami
costs on the ihiri;c of common
Puro mid fresh crus'xtl fruit
served uith our celebrated Philn-
dolphin ici crrnm. FumilicH m d
The Army nnd Navy uvro re
presented iu tho Police Court this
forenoon. There wns iu urtillory
man nnd a bluejncket up foi
druukunes8. Unch paid ihe
Rev. W. A Gnrdner nnnouncos
nn illustrntcd sermon for tomor
row mominp nt tho Christian
Church. Subject, "How to lie h
Mnn." Evouiut; elibject, ''The
Tho regu'nr monthly meeting
of the Pioneer Building k Loin
ABsocintion will bo held at tho
Clinmer of Commerce room on
Mondny evening, at 7:C0 o'clock.
Sec New Today.
Services at St. Clement's Chapel,
Punahou, Sunday, Juuo 1th: Ho
ly Communion nnd sermon 11:05
B.ra.; Evensong, 7:03p.m. Twenty
minutes from Fort street b
Berptauia tdivet cir.
Two certificate'! of McBrydo
stock have been lobt or stolon.
Transfer ou them has been stop
ped. Tho certificates nro No. fiOO
for 13 shares and No. 03 for 1
shares. Return to Bulletin
Church services will bo con
ducted in tho Waikiki church, op
posite Wrights Villn, nt TiUO p.
m. llev. Victor .Morgan will
prench ou "Gid's Measure of n
Man." Special invitation to sob
As E. Gooduli) wa9 netting into
n hack on Fort stract this uir rn
ing he fell iu n fit. Folic Officer
tlart jumped into the h fk with
tbo man and took him tithe Po
lice Station. He rocovored in n
few uiinu'r-i and was takeu to hie
Tho men from tho lroqu lis
started practicing with the Navy
riflo at tbo Kakaako Imlh Wed
nesday afternoon and lino Ijfou
at tho plncedaily ever since. Thoy
aio doing very well and are learn
ing the possibilities of the new
Tbo alnrm of fire was turned iu
from tho comer of Hotol aud Ma
unakei street this morning but
tho firj wis reilly ou Berotnnii
stteft nenr the. bridgo that lei is
to St. Louis College. Tho raie
tako caused the tirem"u no end
Tho PiBoiduut of the Uuited
directs that the Geueral Eloction
provided for by tho Constitution
of tho Republic of Hawaii to be
held on the Ifist Wednesday in
September next, shall not be held
All elective otllcors w hose terms
of ollice shall expire before appro
priute legislation shall hnvo been
enRcled by the Congress of tho
United Stntep, Khnll bo continued
in their offices at tho pleasuro of
the President of the United StateB.
S e N.-.V Tjd y.
Captain Bmk-r of the German
bark H. Hackfeld reports n plois
nnt voyage from Liwipool, devoid
of any unusual incident. Tho
Hackfeld is a vessel of 1249 tous
nna Drought 'i gueral careo con
signed to H. Hackfeld & Ci. of
thin city. She is lying out in the
stream awaiting Lor turn nt the
wharves. Sailing frain Liveipool
tho day bffore Christmas, anil ar
riving at Holy Head in tho north
of Wales she btoppid iu that port
until tho oOth, miikiug the voyage
in 153 days from tho latter port.
The greatest novelty of tlii- year.
Flies 50 to 100 feet.
For ale only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tic Hon Mcrj Cafe . . i
Sundny, tliinc '1. I '.Jl'
itoikii iiiiiiiiiii, i:r s 111.1 .
S1I111I of Duck Veat (.'rmj-jeltcs
Ilolleil IVitntoes. Ilollcil Hl.-p. Mnsliud
Htrlns Us in. Splnneli
Stliklug fit; Sirloin of Hief
Applo anil lo ir Vw.
M '"l IIT.
N'utt, Huli-lns, ll.umins, OriiiijOH,
Straw liorr.t Mierlict
Ton, Colloo, leo Tea, l'iiioiiiutn.
N. B. The trade supplied. Write
FRED J. CROSS,
C'otimUlng nnd Suporlntoiiillim
Electrical 0 Hydraulic
KliHlro-IIidnnillo I'owor TmiihiiiImiIoii
Kr.l'Oll'l'S AND liSTIMATl'-S
ruHNismu). . . .
With Cntton-Ncll Co , (iucon stroot.
Olllro noxt to rntoillns l'J'1
BSfDhinor from S to 7 p. m.,60 lout-.
NOTARY PUBLIC Mi TYPEWRITER
1 Office 308 .Merchant vrrrt Campbell Hock, rer
1 J O Carter's office P. O Llnx 194
EDIUXD H. HAliT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer ni Searcher 0! RccorJi.
Ollli-o Cnmpboll's Dlocl:, Morclinut ht.
Next door to lijualUn Wine Co.
I TELEPHONE 565
And we will call for and deller, without extra dure, your Bla
de Gun, Typewriter, or an article of fine inechanlsm that needs
KODAK AND CAMIiRA RUPAIRIANG A SPECIALTY.
Our Tennis Rndet restrlnnliiR N only ciU.illed In the fatorleo.
Give us a call.
A, W. PEARSON, it? Remember ihe
312 Fori St. isi 'Phone 585.
Fop All se as se
In selecting Glib
nuiiy points are to be considered:
First of all, where Is the largost
and best display to be seen
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on theseitwo points the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. Weknowourpriccj
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereb
saving the percentage made bv
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co.
T O BAlLESTYNE.
H P EAKIV.
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdortf Dyes
B. W. JORDAN'S,
NOo 10 FORT ST.
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