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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 14, 1S0H.
EXTRA SESSION NOT LIKELY
Washington, July G. General
HouilerBou, of Iowa, prospective
Sjbeakrr o the House of Repte
sontntires, hnd a conforonoo with
tho President today but at tho
contusion of his call, stated that
no general questions had boon
" I have simply been looking
after matters pertaining to my
own district," ho said.
When nskoa as to tho proBpeots
of an extra eossion of Congress hn
said: " For royaelf, I bavo novnr
orient that OonizrB9 would bo
called together in advance of the
runular time, for I have never
thought that there was any occa
sion for on extra session."
Regarding the prospfctof finan
cial leaislatiou. Uonernl Hinder
eon said that was boing taken care
of at Narracansett Tier. "More
over," be n'ldpri, "there is no Gnau-
cial (.ill. No bill, linBrovor noun
formulated as tho result of onr
csucus commiltoe work at Atlau
tio City. Much wns published that
was not correct. The whole sub
ject is thonifoie in onibryotio
Bhapo and thore is nothing to Bay
i j connection with it."
OjI. Mills of the Oth Artillery
left bv th America Mini yester.
day for .Sun Frnuci'oo
MURPHY'S GREAT RIDE,
One Mile in 05 Seconds
The Fastest Time Ever
JVludc by Man or Beast
His Mount Was a Tribune
Blue Streak, Regular
Model 450, Geared to 112.
Nnw YORK SUN, lune 22 : A man on
a bicycle rode a mile yesterday faster than
any living creature that moves on the
ground (horse, greyhound or ostrich) ever
before traveled the same distance by self
propulsion. The man was Charles M.
Murphy, and he rode the mile In slxtyfive
seconds. It was done as honestly, cleanly
and In as sportsmanlike a manner as any
bicycle ever was ridden. His sole advan
tage was a locomotive with one car at
tached, which set the pace and enabled
him to ride In a partial vacuum. No
str.ipsortwo ropes or harness was em
ployed. He rode naturally, simply keep
ing close to the car by rapid pedaling,
stout heartedness, and strength of mind
and body. It was a wonderful perform
ance and a spectacle of thrilling Interest.
D. E. WHITMAN,
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 I5O to 750 feet
above sea level. ...
Applications.will be.numbered .andfiled,.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 isiock.
Do you buy your Music?
Are you perfectly satisfied?
Are your orders filled promptly ?
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho Australia leaves at 4 p.m.
Mail cloct'B at 3.
Tlio baik Albert will cloar for
tho Sound todny or tomorrow.
Thn Metropolitan Moat Co.
have just added wire gauzi netting
to thoir storo frout.
Miss A i Miller, missionary 'o
Japan and now on her way to the
States for a visit is at the Quron
One oE tho uoariuos left behind
when tho Solaco sailed for Mani
la, was taken in charge today by
tho polico for drunkeness.
Special Agent Sewall has loased
tho Robort Lowers residence at
Waikiki and will bo established in
bis now homo iu a few days.
Only ono ojbiu pnssouger wont
from this port on tho llio d' Jan
eiro for Yokohama today. Iu tho
steernuo tboro wero 11 Japauoso
and 31 Chinese from Honolulu
Miss Oallu Harrison of Topeka,
Kansas, who returns to the Hawai
ian Ielatids to do mission work
among tho Japanese, and hor
mother, Mrs. Btonos, nro at tho
A tourist who has a slight heart
trouble Buffeted from fainting
spoils yesterday on account of tho
heat. On recovering he took note
of the thermometer to nolo tho tor
riGonlly high tignro nud found it
registered only 79 degrees.
13. H. Phillips and wifo leavo
in tho Australia today for thoir
homo in Frcdnnia, N. Y. Mr.
Phillips will resume his law prac
tise in Buffalo. Mr. and Mre.
Phillips have made many frionds
iu Honolulu who hope that they
will exporionoa tho regulation de
Biro to "come back to Hawaii."
Every prudout man lnk"s out n
life insnranco policy. In tho evout
of his receiving a suddon call, his
wifo and family aro oither wholly
or partially provided for. TbeGer
mania Life Insurance Company
of New York is tho best institution
of its kind in the matter of fiunu-
oial stability and scientific man
agement combined witn low pre
mium. Seo ad on pago 4.
IlliCIilVUU IN DOWHKTT EHTATC.
We will spare noitlior
pains nor expense to supply
musical people with
WHAT THEY WAIST
WHEN THEY WANT IT.
Do you have
your Violin Strings? If so
try the "Beau Ideal," the best
in the world. Price 25c.
Pianos sold on installments
ol $10.00 per month.
Kroeger I panos
Ludwig . ... '
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
COKNER KORT AND IJERRTANIA STREETS',
Post & Marlon's Comedy Burlesque,
Murder at the Toll Gate
Marvelous Acrobats, In a Grotesque Chi
Jim Post In his Temperance
Marie M. Brandes,
Post and Marion
In the "TRIALS OF JIMMY DOYLE."
Boggs and Haeward,
In a New Sketch entitled "THE AGENT."
General AJmlsslon. ajc. ni joe.
List six lows for ChlUren under i, yean, toe.
Reserve! CMIrj, joe
Seals can teboakel by ringing ud Telephone 540,
Matinee, 2:30 p. m.
During my absence from these Islands
L. G. Muddox has full pov er of attorney
to net on my behalf.
I2&nt CHARLES LIND.
A birdseye view of the repion
about Manila. It is niven in On To
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 PDBLIC ani TYPEWRITES
Office: x3 Merchant street, Campbell block, rear
J, O. Carter's office. P. O. Box 104
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ol Records.
Ofllco Campbell 'a Block, Merchant St.
Neat door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
Ladies' Bath Suits.
In addition to our line of Gentlemen's Bath Suits, we have added Ladles'
Fine Bathing suits, and have just put on sale a very complete line, includ
ing several patterns In Union Suits. Our styles and colors are the latest,
prettiest and best. Also, fancy Gents' Swimming Suits.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
You nro worn out, tired, rnii't put
tho onergy you desire Into your
duties. Well, then, you 11 nt try
loini-thlng thut will overcome this
feeling mid restore you to lttrfoit
From childhood wo nro tiitiiht to
resM)ct the curatlxc feature of herbs.
Our grandirothi'rs used thorn, and
wore, an a rule, versed Jr. the iirt of
propmlng ronicdlio from various
Wo Jmvo a proparmlon that Is of
tho old-fashioned tyio purely ege
table, nmdu of horbs with wine, l'or
n Kunor.il tonlo to produce vigor nml
strength, you cannot find a lttor
For malarial disorders, loss of nj
petlto, that tired feeling, low of on
ergy, It Is n trno panacea.
Jtuyal Hitttri it Ite unnit,
Thty save mt ut my birth,
tom Jioyal no one ntttl refrain,
lit ute will turely bring mirth.
Put up in pint tiottlo nt SO cents.
Hollisier Drug Co.
Id tho eait of S. M. Damon ot
als ogainst J. M. Doweetr, admin
iotrator of tbo estnto of J. I. Dow
eatt, decensed, Judpo Ferry has
appointed Georgo J. Campbell ro-
coivor of all tho laudb tenomentB
cattle livestock, cbattuls, property,
etc, named in a mortgage from J.
I. Dow sett, decensed, to Bishop it
Co. Receiver is put under a bond
of S10U0 for tbo faithful disclmrgo
of hia duties. The cubo prows out
of tho failure of tbo ostato to nc
knowlodito the claim the plaintiff's
hold acainBt it. The claim is
based ou a mortgage of $50,000
cxcuted in 1880. The proporty
involed being "Rose llanoh" in
tbo districts of Kula and lion n a
Auu Maria Stnugonwuld hns
been appointed executrix of tbo
last will and testnmout of Hugo
Staugeuwald, deceased. Tbo os
tato real and person is rained at
Til Transition Perloil.
Tbo Supreme Court of Hawaii
decides, in a cane brought to test
the Hawaiian law for tho p.'unl
enforcement of contractu, that tbo
constitution of the United States
does not apply to Hawaii "durinc
the present transition period."
Tho transition pariod should bavo
been ended duiiugtbo last session
of Congress, and there is no ex
cuse for it hinting beyond an early
dato in the next sessioni Tacomn
T. G. BALLENTYNE.
H. P. EAKIN.
Ballenty ne & Eakin
General line Agents.
Ladies9, 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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