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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 19, 1899, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 19, 1899.
Mr. Hannibal A. Willinms will
appear in Shnketnouo'eldelightful
point dy, "Tb.i Tempest," in tbo
Y.'M. 0. A. bnll this evoulnc at b
o'clock. Tba following will take
part in a vocal and inBtruumutal
proytnm in connection with the
rtcitBl, (itviug fomo of Sir Arthnr
Sullivan's music: Misa Kuluimi
nu Ward, aoprauo; Mrs 0 B Da
raon; alto; Obns A Elston, tenor;
J Q Wood, baas; MrB H S Ewiuy
and Mr H L Korr, pianiata. Miss
Snsnunn It Patch will ba diroolor.
Following is tbo program of tnu
bio: Act I. Ovprtnro. duot. Inci
dental music Ariel's Soup, solo
and quarlelto "Como uulo tketa
Yellow Bands;" Ariol's Bong, quar
tette "Full Fathoms Five, etc."
Act II. Incidental music. Pro-
Indo, after Act II.
Act III. Incidental music.
Banquet dance, Incidental music.
Overture, after Act III.
Act IV. Shakespearian Song
from "Venus nnd Adomis." Danco
of Nymphs and Reapers. Prelude,
after Act IV.
Act V. Incidental music. Ariel's
Song, "Whore the Ueo Sucks."
On Wednesday ovonug
talont will appear at tho
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Applications will be received at the ofTice 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 1?0 to 7S0 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according tothe number of the applications.
Only 1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Booms 7 and 8, Progress Block
$10 per Month,
Will buy a Pi.ino from us.
AT OUR LIST!
Kimball, Estey, Needham ORGANS.
Sheet Music, Mandolins, Guitars, tic.
BEMSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BEHETANIA STREETd.
The llice-King nintriago will
take pluca at St. Audrew's oalho
(I nd tomorrow afternoon at 1
Tho ball ii nd pnlortaiuraent
commitlon of tho Woverley Clab
meet at 7:30 Wednesday in the
Touders for homo feed will be
leceived by tho board of commis
sioners, Honolulu Fito Depart
ment, up to 12 noon, Junn21. Hen
la tho Polioo Court tliia fore
noon Kenupuui was sentenced to
fix months' imprisonment at hard
labor ou tho chnrgo of Inrceny in
tho second degroe.
The c,i6P of A. Scott for selling
liquor without a license bus been
art for tomorrow. Scott is accus
ed for supplying liquor to tho
soldiurB at Gamp McKitiley.
Ohas. J.fFjalk, member of the
Honolulu Slock Exchange, has
opened oflices in room 201 Judd
building, where he will conduct
the business of stock and bond
broker. Seo New Today.
Residents of Koloa, Kauni,
make complaint that tho water
supply ib seriously contaminated
by the cattle of tho plantation that
waDder iu and about tho water
Tho steamer Kaaai brought 70G8
sneks of sugar for H Hnckfokl fc
Co; 5000 were brought by the
Mikahala cousigued to Alexander
fc Baldwin and GG9G camo hern on
tho Iwalani for F A Schaofor &
There will be sixteen remandod
enses on the District Court cnleu
dar tomorrow morning. Somo of
these are quite important. Byl
vano Nobrigga will be tried on tho
charge of adulterating milk sold
to people in Honolulu.
Iu the F. lice Court this foro
noon, Yee Yap was found guilty
of entering the country on n "Ha
waiian born" return permit pur
chased from another Chinaman.
A fine of $00 and costs was impos
ed. An appeal ha9 been uotod.
Dr. O. A. Pelorpon returned
from his tour of intpectinn on
Kauai by the Mikahala. Tho in.
pector toned the general condi
tions among tho plantations satis
factory and only in exceptional
cases will adyerso reports bo made.
Work on the MaBryde plantation
is going on rapidly. Houses for
laborers aro going up and tho iu
opeotor was asked for suggestions
as to location, drainage, etc.
m n m
WTrlfjr Clab Dane.
On Saturday evening next, mid
summer night, tho Waverloy Club
will givo n moonlight unnco at
beautiful B'emond Grove with a
view of interesting tho "new ar
rivals ' in tho advantages of tiioir
club. Tbo tickets for tbo round
trip nro placed at $1 for gentlemen
and 50 conts for ladies, tho b:ro
price of the railroad trip. Tho
tloor of the Pavilion has been
placed iu perfect order and tho
oronuds thoroughly cleaned npand
tho music of eight pieces will be
first olasB for dancing. Tho Wash
ington lights will bo used and re
freshments will bo supplied by J.
W. Uunpmau who bas leased tlio
right from tbo club. Trains will
leave at 7:30 p. in. auil return
after the danc-. Tu-kels may be
obtained from chairman of com
mittee H.J. Gallagher, from mem
bers of the club or at tho usual
Will Itrtarn tu Japan.
Fifty Japanese contract labor
ers whoeo tiiuo has just expired,
drew tho money deposited by them
with Ogurn and Co. Immigration
Agents today. The Japs were
brought over hero nt different
times by tbo company and have
been w irking out their contracts
on various plantations on tho Isl
and!?. Tho majority of them will
return to Japan on tho next
The greatest novelty of the year.
Flies 50 to 100 feet. 1
For sale only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
N.B. The trade supplied. Write
Only Plrst-Clnsa American
RcBtmirnnt In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to nny
part of the city free.
HONOLULU, II. I.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nnd Supcrlntoiullnt;
Kloctro-llitlrnullt Power Transmtstlon
IlKl'ORTS AXI) ICTIMATUS
FUKNISIir.t). . . .
With ('atton-Xoll Co., Quean strout.
Offlco noxt to Postonlce. 1223
11USIXKS.S LUNCH, from 11 n m. till
2 1. m 25 conb)
DIXXKH, from 5 to 7 p. in 60 contn
NOTARY PUBLIC ailfl TYPEWRITER
Offlct: o8 Mtrchmt ttrttt. Campbtll blcxk, rear
J. O. Carter's office. P. O. Box 194
EDIVIUlsTD H. HTIT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ol Records.
Oflko CamiiloU'H Block, Morcbant St.
Next door to Haoallan wine Co.
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THE PEARSON &
3 JfiTRememberthe 'Plione, 565.
POTTER CO., LTD.,
You nro uorn out, tired, can't put
tho onoriry you dcMro Into jour
ilutloi. Well, thon, you must try
somotlilng tlmt will oerooino this
fooling ntiil rovtoro you to jiorfoct
l'romlchllilhood wo nro tnjight to
respect tho curntho features of hcrb.
Our granJirothers uml ihcin, and
veto, ns a ruleortcd In tho art of
preparing roniodlos from nrlous
Woh.ioa preparation that Is of
tho old-fashioned tyio purely ego
tublo, inatlo of hoibs with wlno. I'or
a gonoral tonlo to producu vigor and
ktrength, you cannot find a Iwttor
For malarial dltordcra, los of ap
pctlto, that tired fooling, loss of en
ergy, It 1h a trtio iwnncoa.
Kuyal Hitters it the name,
They gate me at my birth,
Fiom Jloyal no one need rerain,
lit ute 11 ill turely bring mirth.
Put up in pint bottles at 50 conts.
Hollister Drug Co, '
T. G. BALtENTYNE.
H P. EAK1N. ' '
Ladies', Gents' and
Ballentyne & Eakin
tleiffil iDsniice Agents.
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
No. 10 FORT ST.
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