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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H7 I., JUNE Sill, -juwv.
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Farewell to Mlai Lowrir,
Probably tho moat onjoynblo
danco ever giveu nt &3prnckolsviilo
took placo iu the Spreckols Hull
Saturday ovoning, Juuo 17, tho
danco being aiveu by Head Luna
nnd Mra. 0. IVrgusou in bonor of
MiBB Lowrio who loavo soon for
tbo Mainland to finish her edit
cation. Willing hands had boauti
fled tho interior of tho hall, tho
platform being drnped with tho
Hawaiian and American flags,
' j whilo from tho coiling hung iin-
monso fostoons of pvergreeus and
flowore. Through the kindnefs
of R. 11. liorg, manngor of the Kn-
hului Railond Co., a, train woe
-, .placed at the disposal of those
o Hiving nt a dislauco who so far
" 'took advantage of tbo opportunity
". that when floor mannaer Vnnder
Naillon started tho miuio for the
grand march, ovor 150 peoplo
wero on the floor. Tbo unusually
largo number of people present
gavo striking testimony to tho cs
toom in which Miss Lowrie is
held. Sho will dopart with tho
deepost aloha and good wishes.
Mrs. Lowrio accompanies her
daughter to the States.
Frof. Alexander has receivod a
lottor from tho superintendent of
tbo Unitod States coast survoy
stating that two survey vessels
will probably be in Hawaiian
waters towards fall.
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 1 ?0 to 7!0 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.
$10 per Month,
Will buy a Piano from us.
AT OUR LIST!
BErf ' I I m'
. Kimball, Estey, Needham ORGANS.
Sheet Music, Mandolins, Guitars, etc.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
' CONNER FONT AND BEKETANIA STREETS.
A fiuo assortment of poultiy for
enle. Soe Tor Salo column.
For Huge, shields nm) bunliug
call on the Golden lUilo Bazaar.
"Dagcor" brand mullet. Thf o.
H. Dnvioa fe Co., Ltd , eolo ngrnts.
A. S. Wilcox of Kauai leavca for
Molokai on p'autatiou affairs this
Tho engagement of Miss Mary
Pacbeco to M. Olson of E. O.
Hall & Sou is announced.
Save street car furo and long
wait by ridiuu n Tribune bicycle.
Agent, D. E. Whitman.
The Catholic Missiou holds n
meeting this evouiug to complete
the organization of tho Benevo
On To Manila, by Correspond
ent DouglaeB White gives a chap
ter to the reception given troops
A dividend is due and payable
to the sutuo holders of tueliauu
ku Plantation Co. on Fiidny first.
John Eli has been arreeted on
tho "chari'O of embezzlomont of
certain sums of money from the
Postal Havings Bank. An inves
tigating is going on.
Tho Kahnku passenger train
engine was dotailod nt Waianae
last evening. Another was sent
down the road to bring up tho
The wee'ding of Ohbrles Spenc
er Crane and Hazel Wolff Jon
nings takes place in St. Andrew's
oithedral this evening i.t8 o'clock.
A reception will be held lator.
Notice to those desiring to tend
flowers U given by tho ladios in
charge of the floral decoration?
for tho late Queen Dowagor Ka
piolaui in today's paper. See
Bev. V. H. Kitcat and not Mr.
Filz conducted the first religious
service according to the ritual ot
the Auglican Episcopal church
over tho body of thu Dowacer
Queen Kapiolani nt Punloilnni,
Wnikiki, buouny attarnoin.
On Saturday evening last the
McVny company produced tho
great melodrama "Tho Octoroon"
at tho Opera House to tho great
satisfaction of n good house. This
was tho last appearance of the
company in ihis city, tho conse
quence waB that ns many na wore
able turned out to enjoy the
merits of tbe popular player?.
Among the passengers from
Maui, Molokai and Hawaii ports
Saturday night were the fol low-
ins: Kov. M. S Levy, T. Wolff,
Wilder Wight, Henry Hupni, A.
B. lioebenstein J.b. Cnnirio, Dr.
Olivor, O. Isenberg, F. M. Wako
field, Dr. A. E. Nichols L. A. C
Parish, C. F. Hart, 0. T. Davie-,
0. Kaiser, W. H. Cornwell, C. B.
Reynolds and D. H. Kahaulolio.
The subject of Rev. W. H. Kin
caid'd remarks at theCentralUniou
Church last evening wa3 "Appl'od
Christianity" and tho text was
Luke 11:23. "And thou ehalt bo
blessed: for they cannot encom
pass thee; for thou shall be re
couipenscd at tho resurrection of
the just." The lecture was ex
pected nnd was largely attendjd
by thj parishioners of tho church.
The cuss of the guardianship of
Maria Brown a minor occupied
the time of tho Supreme Court
this morning. It goes ou again
In tbe case of the Minister of
tho Intel ii r vs. R. Lishman in
which it wis decided some time
ago that tho writ askid for by the
ministor if granted would work a
great and irrepairnblo injury on
tho defendant if the application
wore granted, Judge Stanley this
morning made a ro-isBiio of sum
mons. The suit is to prevent the
further removal of material from
the quary ou Puuchbawl slopo.
T. G. BALIENTYNE
General lice Ants.
Red, White and Blue
For the Little Folks.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Only Hirst-Class American
Restaurant In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
HONOLULU, II. I.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superlntomllim
Kleclro-Uiilrnulle l'owor Transmlnslon
ItEl'OIlTS AND liiTIMATliS
KL'KNISilKD. . . .
With f'atton-NoIl Co., Queou streot.
OlHco next to l'ostofllce. 11!13
IIUHINESS LUNCH, from 11 a m. till
2 p, m 25 cents
I)INh'i:it, from Gto 7 p. in 60 contft
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB
Office- ioS Alerchanl street. Camptell blcxk, reir
J. O. Cirter'f office. P. O. II ax ia
EDMUND H. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer anl Searcher ol Records.
Olllco Campboll's Illock. Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
THE PEARSON & POTTER CO., LTD.,
31S Fort Street.
BSTKemember the 'Phone, 5G5.
Yon nro worn out, tired, can't put
tho onorgy you tloslro Into your
duties. Woll, then, you inut try
HOinctlilng that will overcome this
fooling ami ro.toro you to perfect
From childhood wo 'aro taught to
roepeet tho curntho features of liorbs.
Our grnndicothers used thorn, and
woro, as 11 rule, versed In the art of
preparing remedies from various
Wehaon preparation that Is of
tho old-fashioned typo purely ogo
tahlo, lnado of hoibs with wlno. For
a Roncrat tonlo t( produce vigor nntl
strength, you cannot find a letter
For nnlarlal dlsordors, loss of ap
petlto, that tired fcollng, Ins of on
er gy, It la a truo piiuaceii.
Hnyal Hitters U (lit tutinr,
They ijiuc vie l my liilh,
Fioin JSoynl no die uted rrfrain,
lit ute irill tnely briny mirlh.
l'ut up In pint bottles nt SO rout.
Hollister Drug Co.
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.