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EVENING BtlLLliTIN; HONOLtL7, H. I., JULY 3,
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NATIVES TO OMAHA.
A ccntntct was entered into to
4ny botweu John H. Wilson pod
of Ex-M'trebil Wilaou.nnd a htiiof
'nntive sinnon and muxioians con
sisling of J. Stinwr.tul J, Edwnrds,
tenors; W. 13. Jontv, umbjo; E.
Knliulu, bnritono; M. licalnkai,
flutist, T Silvu, violiuiet and lira.
Tbt9 pirty will proceed to tho
Omaha Exposition undor tho di
rection of Mr. Wilson rind after
wards will rnako a tour of tho
United States and possibly tho
Europoan Continent. Mrs Kn
Eiiwi iB an historical ohnracter,
oing tho oaly living mombor of
tho society of Court lialn dancers
and sinpera orgwuized by Kuino
hatnoha III about sixty years ayo.
The pariy expeolri to loavo by tho
Aorangi Thursday next.
George TownBond returned
from Molohai in the schooner
Rb Boy eit rihy with a largo
number "of ua'ivo ferua for the
Omaha Exposition. These were
ordered by John II. Wilon and
will bu sent by tho American
Mr. W. H. Sea loaves tomor
row for Omaha, llo is to be con
uected with tho Hawaiian village
tittup. Ho leaved his pupil in
clmrfjo of Mr. Ames ot Wall,
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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 ot 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 fiom 1?0 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 I
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Kimball, Estey, Needham ORGANS.
Sheet Music, Mandolins, Guitars, etc.
BEBGSTROI MUSIC C0.,M
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
COKNRR FOUT AND BEHKTANIA STREETS.
For excursion trains ato Now
Tin: Bulletin will not issuo to
morrow, July 4.
.Rehearsal of tho Amateur Or
chestra this ovening.
The Salvini's will shortly ap
pear at tho Orpheum.
Alex Bolster of Kohala is visit
ing friocdt) in tho city.
OharU s E. RoBsorans of Lahnt
naluna is at tho Arlington.
Look out for tho Orphoum
Hooeier band in tomorrow's
Special train will leave Hono
lulu for Kuhuku ut lliUJ tomor
Lease and furniture of seven
room house for salo. See for
Ex collector McStockor is hero
for the Foil rlli aiid will return to
Hilo on Yodnelay.
Some very pretty dth of July
dccoratiouB of different storeB
about town are m ovideuco.
Work in being started on tho
refittiUL' of tho old Castle homo on
King street us an orphans' homo.
The Transport Sheridan now in
port was formerly the Massachu
setts of tho Atlantic Transport
Tho Metropolitan Meat Market
nnuounces that it will close at 8
o'clock sharp tomorrow morning,
o my i.
Tho services at the First Metho
dibt Episcopal Church last even
ing wore patriotic and perlaiuiug
to tho Fourth.
R. D. WLhard has been ap
pointed in the placo of Clerk Fur
vis who resigned from his position
in tho Circuit Court clorkship.
The boring of an aitp?iauv?oll
is in progress onheJohn Ii es
tate, on Ford's Island, ner Pearl
City. A depth of 301) feet has.
been roacueu without any sign of
In a fow days now thero will be
a largo number of night blooming
cerous blossoms at Punahon. The
plants are now covered with buds
averaging about four inches in
Thero are threo stowawave
aboard the Transport Sheridan.
Two of these are emtll white boys
wlnle tue other is a small negro.
They wore found tho second day
and put to work.
Mrs. Nopthaly's decoration of
her Milliuery Parlor jesterday in
honor jof the Qiieon Dowsger was
was on a pir with the oxoellouco
and tasto that pertains to ovory
thing in her lino.
Among tho soldiers in the trans
port Sheridan is Andrew Weir,
Jr., son of Androw Weir of this
city who ran away to Soattlo
about two mouths ago and thero
enlisted tor service in tho Philip
pines. J. A. Griffin, who Iiib been
managing the ro-d building for
Wilson & Wbitehouso at Nuhiku,
arrived on the Claudiue yesterday
and reports satisfactory progress
as to the contractu with the Gov
ernment. lluby Dexter, tho noted whnel-
man, will bavo charge of the Paci-
nee Uyclo (Jo.'s store in the an
senco of Mr. Craft. Mr. Craft is
coing to tho Coast on both basi
n ess and pleasure and will bring
liis wife back with nun in about a
Tho jury in the case of Pa, tho
native who died suddenly ono day
last week met in the Doputy Mar
shal's otlico Satuiday and, after
duo deliberation, toudored tho
verdiot of death from pnruraonin.
It was learni'd from one of the'
relatives of the native that de
ceased had been sick for a fort
night or so beforo his death.
T. G. JALLENTYNE.
H. P. EAK1N.
Ballenty ne & Eakin
General Insnrance Apiils.
Red, White and Blue
FISH HO; NS!
For the Little Folks.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
FRED J. CROSS,
CouMiltlng nnd Siijiorlntoinllut;
Etecirical t Hydraulic
Eloctro-Hi'draullc I'imor TronstnlRtlon
RKI'OUTS AND 1ISTIMAT13
FUItNISllKD. . . .
With (Jotton-Noll Co., Qucon street.
OiUeo noxt to l'ostofllcc. 1223
The Only First-Class American
Restaurant in the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
52T-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, H. I.
UUSINKSS LUNCH, from 11 a m. till
2 p. in 25 conU
DINNKIt, Irom 6 to 7 p. m 50 touts
NOTARY PUBLIC ail TTPEWR1TEB
OKct 908 Merchant itrtfl, Campbell block, rear
J. O. Carter's office. P. O. Box 194
EDMUND H. HA11T,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ol Records.
Offlce Campbell's Block, Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
THE PEARSON & POTTER CO., LTD., B
312 Fort Street.
8-Remcmber the 'Phone, 565.
Youaro worn out, tired, .nn't put
tho onoipy you dii-lro Into your
duties. Weill, tlinn, you nmvt try
something that will ocrromo till,
fcollnj; and rostoro you to puruit
From childhood wo.'aro t.uulit to
respect I he enruth o features of liorlw.
Our Krnndrrotherx tind tlimti, and
ero,ii) a rule, vimd It. the artol
propirlng romedles from nrIoufc
Wo haui a preturallon thnt l of
tho old.fatihlouud typo puroly cso
lublo, niado of herbs with wlno. For
a Kcncrnl tonic to produce lKorutid
otrutigtli, you iniinot find n bottor
For malarial dltorderx, loss of ap
pctlto, that tired feeling, loss of cn
orgy, It Ih a truo anacea.
h'oyul liititrt it .i..c,
Tlieij 7i t tut at my forth,
from llo'jnl no our ntxl urnin,
lit uie tcill iitrtly bring mirth.
Put up in pint liottlot at 51) cents.
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.
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