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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 13, 1899.
njiircd by ft
bmlc drivpu by n Junmojo Inet
night nt the corner o Mnnnnkca
and King streets. Tlio unfnr
tiiunto follow i5 nt tho Queen's
hospital iu n. procnrioim ntutp, Lin
lietul having been biilly injured.
Oiln, thti Jupnnoso driver, is no
at the poliuo Htittion mid, although
a number of his friends have beou
around trying to nrrnngo bail, they
havo bo far boeu uunble to make
any arrangements. Tho Mirsbnl
h deuided to kcp tho Japanese
in j'lil until the fato of tho China
man is learned. Should tho latter
die, Oda will bu charged with
manslaughter as it is tjuppoaed
that the Giuuumiiu met with tne
accident through tho cirelessuoaa
of tho Japanese. John Sumner
and Ho'l'uidor were io the hnok
at tho tiino oE the accident.
An ICIevnirct Pnnptr,
Tho olevator boys of the Judd
building noting under order,
have kept a tally list of tho num
ber of porsons el 'vated shywnHs
bv th-'in since the lirnt rope was
prilled. Tho total up to noon to
day wan 1(57-1 This beats tho rido
iu any sugar stock.
when on the pedals of a
are on pedals fitted witH sep
arate ball cups. Every pair
is absolutely dust proof, and
the design is in keeping with
other beauty spots on Tribune
THE TRIBUNE FOH
VALUE AND BEAUTY.
D. B. WHITMAN,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pacific Heights Notice.
ApplicaHons 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 1J0 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. 1 erms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7iand 8, Progress Block.
We beg to announce to the
public that on and after June
5th we will give a discount of
onethird off on all "popular"
Sheet Music, including the
Latest Songs and Marches.
BEBGSTBOH MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CORNRK FORT AND HERKTANI AFREETS.
Sole Agents for
Pianos Sold on Installments of $10 per month.
STELLA MUSIC BOXES.
Furco comedy nt tho opora
houto next Stlnnlny.
Frank Ooilfruy published n
very uent proprnin of the men.
Frank 8. DoJgi whs nbb to
coma down town this morning
ufter ii loiiilluL'BS.
A pnwetful young hor-o is
offered for mile today. A bargain
must bo Bold. Seo L'or Sale.
The funeral of Mm. F. WiU
helm took place Sunday afternoon
There was a large attendance of
John Spencer, the enrineor nt
Wnialiia and his family, Ipft
for KiuiHnR on tho Australia today
mi a vnc'itiuii.
A clever but not involved plot
apnrkliug humor and n succoesioti
of ridiculous Mtualioun iunlo up
the comedy of the late Sir. Jones.
Tho Secretary of theCommi-iBinii
iuviten contributions to the Hu
waiian Exhibit Ht the Clreu'ei
America Expedition. Seo New
Dr. Torn too K-itPimumn, veter
iriiuy suremi nf1 t-pci iii t in
skin diben6es, Iihb opened pr. clie
nt Itnom 11, Spreckelo building
See Now Toiin.
The courtly "Tho Into Sir
Jones" ii fiom the pen of Sir
Uburloi S. Fuwcutt and 11 probab
ly one of the mot brilliant huo
cesses of the lust decade.
Tim annual meetiup of Sons of
the American Revolution will bt
held in the ollice of tho Safe De
posit Co. at 12o'clrck noon, Satur
day, Juno 17th. See New Today.
The Executive OominittfP of
tho Chuieh Defense and Exten.
eion Atbocintioa recjuebta a full
attendance at the regular mouthly
meetinp; tomorrow evening iu
Harmony Hull, Kiug street.
Sfesrs. Rob-rt-'ou, LrHle n"'
Robertson have opened up busi
hUBi as btock auil bond brokers.
Thrso (eulleraenhavo had consid
erabln f xpenonce in negotiating
and handling matters in this con
nection. See New Today.
TLore wrts two or Ihnv pittht
of goat huuters down iu Nauakuli
uuleh Saturdav, Sunday and Mon
day. The Imgeat party consisted
of scrao twelve young men from
town who wont dowa with H. M.
Mrs. Hannibal A. Williams will
give bliHicHspeorf's MulsumniiT
Night's Dream in tha Y. M. 0. A.
hall this evening. Nentlv nil the
ticketH ivp beeu sold. Rliny of
the prominent peoplo of Honolulu
will bo present.
To Americans tho coming 4th
needs no reruiudor, but in giving
vent to your patriotism tliroumi
the medium of fireworks it is well to
kuow that Lederers is tho house
to patroniza for everything per
taining to pyroteahuio display or
bunting. See Now Today.
Mips Myrtlo Graham, tho popu
lar baladist who has just complet
ed a highly successful season at
tho Orpheum, bits beou compelled
on account of throat trouble to
take a complete mt. Miss Qra
lmra has eiynnl for four more
weeks and her many friends auu
admirers will be glad wheu her
phyBiuiau auctions her reappear
Knlerliilncil nt Kineliuiinlii.
About sixty of tho tniuistors
aud delegates iu attendance at the
recent annual meotiug of the Ha
vxaiiaii 1C v ii gt'Mt'al Asrouiatiou
wero invited out to tho Kamolia
molin schools by Principal Thomp
son ypsleribiy afternoon. Tlipy
were eutertaitied by the Glee and
Mtindolin and Guitar Clubs of th
6cltool. After a vi-it to tho various
hIiojh tho guents of the bclinol
weio givou u diuuer.
The greatest novelty of the year.
Flies 50 to too feet.
For sile only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
N. ii. The trade supplied. Write
FRED J. CROSS,
Co'iMiltlnj nnil Riii'crliili'iiillm;
l"c tl o-I Ti (lifintlc- 1'owor TraiiMiilxMoii
iici'dinx and i:vn.MATis
l-uur.'istii:!). . . .
Willi ('iillnifNoil Co , Qiicon ttrect.
Ollll 0 liONt to l'uitdtllcii. 11:!
Only Piest-CIuss American
Restaurant In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
ijujiiri Pin rw mi mwwwiu I't1"" m H
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
r ' o m 11
HONOLULU, ir. I.
HUSINWSS LUNCH, from 11 n in. till
2 p. in 25 colli"
DINNl'.lt, from StnT p. in 60 cenlw
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OfTcc 708 .Merchant inttU Carrpbell block, rei
J O Carur n)W I. O llox 144
EDMUND U. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveytncer nJ Stirchtr o( Ktcorit.
Ofllco ('nmiilipll's nioclc. M'nrchaut St.
Next door to lliwalltn Wine Co.
1 A. W. PEARSON, M Remember the
312 Fort St. I 'Phone 565.
oi.iiro worn out, tired, can't mt
tliu rni'iKy you tk'nlro Into jour
ilulli n. Well, tlion, you mmt try
Moinoililiij? that will oercome Una
fniillng mill roslorii you to icr.'t.t
From.Vhllilliooil o riro tniifilit to
respect tlio ctiratUo oatuice of 1 ell.
Our grancliiotlicrH tiftil tlidn, mil
wiiro, nt n rule. iTfctl In iliu nrtff
lirrparlnj; romoillos from mIouh
Wo lino a preparation that In of
tlio oUl.fnxliioiiril tyro ptiirly .n
liililo, nmdu of herbs with vino. IVir
a KCDorul tonlo to prt.diico l(;or nncl
hlri'nglh, j on cannot Unit a licttcr
Tor mnlarinl i1lori1cr, Ion of np
petlto, that tired fccllii(r, lus of lit
er gy, It Is n truo panacea.
lloyal Bitters it the name,
They gate me at my birth,
J'tom lloyal no one neat .r.itn,
lit ure trill turety bring mirth.
Put up In pint tiottloa at 60 cent.
Hollister Drug Co,
T. G. nAILrNJVNE.
H I' fAKIN.
Gnunl Ie Agents.
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
51 Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
10 FORT ST.
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