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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 11, 1809.
Ltl.V.V JACOIIHON UUItT.
Word comes from tlio other sido
of this Island that Mr. Jacohsoo,
head lunnoJ the Heoia plBUlation,
mot with a Rocnowhut aoiious acci
dent last Snlurdny ovouiug, while
on his way homo on horseback
from Honolulu. On the now Pali
rond on this sido of tho mountain
workmen have piled raggod-odgod
lava rock to bo used as surface
dressing on tho rond; bat, it is
said, no lantern ia displayed to
warn travelorn of the obatiuction
in the road. Mr. Jhcobaou'a horse
got frightened at boiiio ombprs of
a tiro M one side of tho road, and
made n lungo into the pilo of
sharp rock that was unobserved by
the rider in tho darkness, Ono of
the man's hands was badly cut
and tho horse was so seriously cut
on tho lugs and ono shoulder that
it will bo weeks boforo it can -be
used again. Mr. Jacobson found
it neces-nry to bind ouo of the
homes MiiuutU with his handker
chief, to keep tho animal from
'blooding to death, and eo weak did
the ntiiinnl become that it had to
be lead instoul of riddnu home,
nrriviug at lioei.i at 2 o'clock San
day mnruiug At tho lime of tho
accident Mr. Jacobeou lost part of
a now suit of olotln-s ho was car
rying in a bundle, and at tho Pali
his hat was cirried away by the
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
;( WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
waianae range or mounrains.
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 propetty is from 150 to 750 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.
Kimball, Estey, Needham ORGANS.
Sheet Music, Mandolins, Guitars, etc.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CONNER FORT AND BEBETANIA STREETS.
1 ii-ti1-L-iifWf'al'iiatalvr r&h-rms&X&trMi'ZtJZitiLz.
Lightest ladies' Tribuno,
28-ineli whool Tribuno,
30-inoh wlicol Tribune,
D. E. WHITMAN,
hillside between Nuuanu and
$10 per Month,
Will buy a Piano from us.
AT OUR LIST!
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
O. Ako publishes n notice under
Tho rubbor tired cart (or silo.
Soo For Sale column.
W. 11. Onstlo has roup, to Koua.
Ho may oocl up at the Volcano.
Have a look at Jim FoBt and
Dave Marion as tho funny ''Oops."
For the regular meeting of the
Honolulu Ouaraber of Commorco
soo Now Today.
Tho Homo Dakery Co.. Ltd.,
Imvo elected their otlicors for the
oneuing yonr. Seo Now Today.
Do yon want your own material
noatly mado up, or your clothes
oloanod or repaired ? Boo Grotu'a
ad in Now Today.
An auction silo of leases of gov
ernment lots situate In Honolulu
will tako place on Auenst 4 at the
Execulivo buildiuy. Hoe New To
Mrs. Naplhaly received by tho
Aualraliayeslerday somolhing new
in seasonable millinery and parti
cnlaily a new lino of children's
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock loft
for Lihaina in the W. G. Hull to
day. He will go to Molokai if
poaaiblo nnd will bo back in Hono
lulu in a couple of days.
Tho H. T. Shaw & Co., 714
Fort streot, have introduced a
novelty in tho matter of a month
ly charge for cleaning and ropair
ing suits. Seo ad on pngo ti.
City Editor Ed. Towso of tho
Advertisor is to leave in tho Aus
tralia for a threo months' vaca
tion. Georgo Manson will tako
Mr. Towae's placo on tho Adver
At tho annual meeting of tho
Board of Diroctors of tho Pioneer
Building & Loan Association of
Hawaii tho officers for tho follow
ing year woro elocted. Seo Now
Large crowds were at the docks
today to seo tho V. G. Hall and
tho Kiuau off for Hawaii. Both
boats were orowded, and tho
usual abuudauco of leia was no
ticeable. When tho Australia left San
Francisco tho following veseelt
were loading for Island ports:
For Honolulu: Hlcamer Mariposa
(sails July 12, 10 p. m.); bktne.
Irmgard; ship Fort George and
bark Andrew Welch. For Hilo:
Bark Roderick Dhu.
The Australia, tho City of Po
king and tho America Maiu will
probably all leave thid port for
San Francisco within a fow hours
of each other; thero is likely to bo
something of a race between tho
two former vessels. The America
Maru will probably load tho way.
The S. S. America Maru, W.H.
Cope commander, sailed from
Hongkong on JunelS, from Amoy
on the following day, from Shang
hai on the 17th, from Nagasaki on
tho 19th, from Kobo .on tho 21st
aud from Yokohama ou July 1.
She has 40 cabin passengers for
San Francisco aboard.
Government Lot HellUil.
At tho Executive building yes
torday noon Lot No. 23, lilook B,
in Hilo was rented to B, L. Jones
at tho upset prico of S3. 0 for tho
term of thirty years on condition
that a firo proof stouo or brick
building of S2i00 value be put up
on tho placo.
Crelgtiton v Crelahton.
Mrs. May Croighton today filed
papors in the Circuit Court asking
for a divorco from Charles
Creighton ou grounds fully set
forth. Iiobortson & Wilder for
T. O. BAILENTYNE.
H, P. EAKIN.
Ballentyne & Eakin
Seneral Insnrance Agents.
W. E. MIAHP . . MUSICAL DIHECl OK
Post & Marlon's Comedy,
"The Man From Hilo
Francis Boggs and
Marie M. Brandes,
The Hartwell Sisters,
Acrobatic ani Contortion Dancers.
Cornelian, Slneer anJ Acrobat,
Dai I tone and Cornelian.
General Admission. t. anJ 50c.
Last six rows for Children under 11 years. 10c.
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 340.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN.
Family Cnrrlage Horse "Prince Henry,"
a good roadster, fast but gentle; suitable
for a lady to drive. Two-seated Surrey,
Single Harness, Lap Robes, everything
complete. A bargain to tlitriglit party.
Elegant upright grand "Fisher" Piano,
good as new. at half price. -
.p,P!Kl.:RANK k. NICHOLS, office
of Wall. Nichols Co , Ltd. I2f4-iw
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary operations in the Pacilic is
given in On To Manila.
Ladies' Bath Suits.
In addition to our line of Gentlemen's Bath Suits, we have added Ladles'
ine Bath ng suits, and have just put on sale a very complete line, Includ
ing jeveral patterns In Union Suits. Our styles and colors are the latest,
r.vi..wi .him iMu 4Tiw, luuty vjciii
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone c6c.
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and HermsdorS Dyes
E. W. JORDAN'S,
t4iinhv.i. v. MJtltouai..-w.-to h4&Ztk,mit, j-w- iU&Jbfl&jmii
The Cafe Branch of the Home
Bakery will be closed on
Wednesday, July 5th,
until the 19th instant. The Bakery
will run as usual.
NOTARY PUBLIC anil TIPEWR1TEP
Office: c8 Merchant street. Campbell block, rear
J. O. Carter's office. P. O. Uot 104
EDMUND H. HAUT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ot Records.
Oulco Campbell's Block, Merchant St.
Neat door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
No. 10 FORT ST.
You aro worn out, tired, raii't put
tho energy you cleMro Into your
tlutlos. Woll, then, you must try
something that will o creo.no this
fooling and roitoro you v perfect
From childhood wo aro taught to
rospoct thocuratlvoftnturcsof horbs.
Our gramlrrotlierH utetl thorn, ami
wro,rw a rule. or$ed It. the art of
preparing romeillos from various
Wo havo a preparation that Is of I
tho olil.fashinncd type purely oge- '
tublo, innilo of herbs with ulno. For
a Konoral tonic to produce vigor nml
strength, you cannot find a letter !
For malarial illfortlors, lo of ap
potlto, that tired fooling, loss 0 en
orgy, It Is a Into lonncea.
Iloyal llitltri i lit nnmr,
They gait me at my tir.'i,
Vow Hoynl no one utetl reruin,
Jts utt will turtly hring Mirth.
Fut up In pint bottles at CO touts.
Hollister Drug Co,