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THE EVENING 'BULLETIN.' HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1899.
nuns ur wml' MCKlHLtlY.
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uiibinuvii jiuiu iagu i.
Tho Cntholic On!ln Iral Club of
Honolulu will givo nn enttrtiiiti
ment Wtdnofdny uighr, under the
auspioi-e of tho Catholic Soldiers
Associntion, in the Oalholio
churcliiicnr Knpiolaui park. No
ndraianon will bo clmiped,
Until further orders tho drill
for the thrro batteries of artillery
nt Gamp McKinley will bo by
battalion every raoruinu, Satur
days nud Suuduys excepted, from
8:30 to 10:'K). Tho drills will be
on tho race truck at Knpiolaui
park and under tho direction of
Col. o M. Mills, who in one of the
boat drill hint motors in the sor
vioe. Snrgennt John Wnrron, Bat
tory K, wni discharged last Mon
day having comploted six yoirs of
eorvioo with Undo Sam. Hn did
npt re-enlit but left for his home
in Charlotte, N. 0 , whero he has
tho promiao of a luorativo pusi-
nun iu me luinoer uusiness
Soarceant Showltor of liatterv
jK, with a detaehment.of men un
v 'der tho supervision of Major
George Ruhleu, OhM Q. M., U.
S. V., left last Monday for Pearl
harbor to survey tho piece of
land taken by tho Unitod States
for a military reservation.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pacific Heights Notice.
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Applications will be received at the ofllce 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 JO to 7 JO 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!
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Kimball, Estey, Needham ORGANS.
Sheet Music, Mandolins., Guitars, et.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Man wanted to drivo bnnd
wngou. See Want column.
Souvenir buttons of tho lalo
Knpiolaui may bo had nt Liob
tifi'rt. Important notice to Klhei Htock
holders in llii. ipsup. Sro New
For names of officers rledcil for
tho Kohala and Hilo Railway Co ,
seo Now TodHy.
Tho bioyolo bargain fionson is
now on. Kamblors can bo had at
U5 at E. O. Ilnll & Son.
Tbero was a big flump in Olan
this nfternoon when IJ50 shares
sold nt 75 cents nnd 15 " at 70
W. H. Wright of IheFinniicp
Departmont will net under power
of attorney for J. N. Wright. 8jo
Winy Tnylor will hnvo charge
of tho instrumental music nt the
literary exercises of the Fourth of
Fine lot of blc heavy mules,
nnd nico Indies driving horses,
Htylish, fast nnd centlo for snlo,
Sep ad Honolulu Stock Ynrds Co.
James T. Taylor, member of
civil engineers, consulting liydrnu-
lie encinpor. mnv nn interviewed
at 30G Jndd block. 8eo New
Tho reunion of tho closs of "Jo
of Enmehomehn boIioo! last even
ing was nn onjoynbh nffHir. Be
sides members of tbo clnss of '96
there were quite n number of the
raombere of the otbor classes prer
eut. August Santos, tho man who
briB boon stenliug penrs from
President DoIo'b plnco in Pnnon
wns nrrested this morning. Ho
plond guilty to two obnrges of
lnrceny in tbo second dogreo nud
got six months.
M. MoManns wna caught smug
cliug four tins of opium through
tho Pncifio Mnil whnrf nfter lenv
ing tho Coptic this morning. He
plond guilty in tbo Polico Court
this morniug nnd wns fined $150
nnd costs. Inspector Mncnulny
made the nrreet.
Cbns. 0. Bittintr, former orcse
cuting nttorncy of Abiline, Knns.,
is amonc tho newly arrived law
yers. Mr. Bitting who firt nssis
tnnt in tbo lecal department of
tho Elevated Railway Company
NewYoik, when tho n-nr broke
out. He went to Manila with the
troops and has now return. d to
locnto in Hnwnii.
Red, White and Blue
: FESTOONING PAPER :
For the Little Folks.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The Only Plrat-Chiss Amcrlcnn
Restaurant In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
52T-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, II. I.
BUSINliS LUNCH, from 11 a in. tilt
2 p. in 25 cents
DINNER, from 5 to 7 . in 50 conts
FRED J. CROSS,
CoiiftiiUliiK nml Siiporlntomllnt:
Electrical $ Hydraulic
ricctro-lljilrnullc Pouor Tmnsinlsxlon
IMPORTS AND r.STIMATUS
rUHNISIIKD. . . .
With Oatton-Noll Co., (Jtieon dtioot.
OIUco noxt to 1'ostoillctt. 12U3
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWR1TEB
Office 308 Merchant lre t. Ctmpbtll block, rear
J. O. Carttr oftice. P. O. Ilox 194
ED3IUND II. HAHT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer anJ Searcher ol Recorii.
OIllco CfUiiJibflll'H lllock, Morchnnt fat.
Neat door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
VMk Mf if 4f if i M if if if UfifUf UfUf ItfllU M
THE PEARSON & POTTER CO., LTD.,
312 Fort Street.
SSTKemember the 'Phone, 565.
You nro orn out, tired, can't nut
tho oncrgy you ilcslro Into your
ilutloi. Well, tlion, you must try
sotnothlng thut wilt ocrconio this
fooling itnil rostoro jou to jicrfoct
I'roiu tlilldliooil u nro tnught to
lGspcU tho curatUo features odicrlis.
Our graiuhrotlicrs iixtil tlicm, nml
oro, ns ti rule, orsc(t In tho art of
projmrlng romcdlcK from nrlouN
Wo lnncii prcp.-ir.ttl on tint Is of
tho old-fashioned tjpo jiuroly ogo
lublo, mndo of lioibf with vine. For
n general tonlo to product Igor ami
strength, jou cannot find n 1ottcr
I'or innMiinl (llM)rilor, Urn of np
petlto, Hint tlrod feeling, loss of en
ergy, It la n truo panacea.
Hoyiil Ilitlen the mime,,
They jnrf me t my birth,
Fiinn ltuyul tin (me neitl rernin,
Jtt me 11 ill inrettj bring mirth.
l'ut lip In pint liottlos nt 50 cont.
Hollisier Drug Co,
Tbc weddiup of Cbnrlcs S
Crnne ot tho Hawaiian Qnzotto
buBinoes offico and Mis? HhzoI
JoddIdrb of Ewn, took plaoe in
St. Andrew a Latlicdrnl last oven-
mc, tuo ifev. Alex. AincKiatosu
ofBoiatiiiR. Tho bridal pnrty ar
rived at 8 o'clock and marobed np
tbo aisle to tbo otrains of tbo Lo
hengrin bridal march played on
tbo organ by WrayTajlor. The
bride wa9 accorapauied by her
father, who gnyo her away nnd
Mia3 Clara Lowrio, mnid-nf honor.
Henry Craue accompanied bin
brother as best man.
During tbo ceremony ny
Tnylor played "O Promisa Mo"
ninl Gounod's nuptial mnrob. As
the bridal party marched out
Mendelssohn's weJdirg march
The recnptioii at tbo homo of
Mr. nud Mrs. Crane on Beretnnia
slrret was a delightful affair. The
decorations were beautiful.
COPTIC CA.Mi: BACK.
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About half-past 1 this afternoon
the S. S. Coptic which had passod
outside the harbor bound for Ban
Francisco, turned about nnd came
in ngnin putting n passenger
tity vf C'oliimttln In.
The City of Co'urabia camo in
and nnchored in the stream short
ly after 12 noon todny. Ilor cabin
nasseiiL'ers cro all Inndcd nnd
the steerage passengers nro boing
taken to tho quarantine for two
more da) 6.
T. G IUUEMYNE.
II P EAKIN.
Ballentyne & Eakin
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdopf Dyes
E, W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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