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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 19, 1899
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l KQbotl, preBtiilicitnloar and humor
nr,V -ist, who appears this ovoniug
Post and Marion will show in two
.sketches, "Tho Priwubrokor" and
"The Wild Man of Borneo." All
tho other now favorites will also
mil Heturll Nniui.
John Eua, of tho IuUr Island
Steamship Go, is now ut Long
Beaoh, near Los Angeles, Cal. Ho
' thinks that in tho very finest phca
ho has succeeded in fiudiug in
California. Mr. Eua haB given
i up his Mexicnu ido, nnd will ro
y turn to tho Mauds iti Septuuibor.
One Mile in G5 Seconds
The Fastest Time Ever
Mutle by Mini or Beast
His Mount Was a Tribune
Blue Streak, Regular
Model 450, Geared to 112.
NEW YORK SUN, lune 22 : A man on
a bicycle rode a mile yesterday faster than
any living creature that moves on the
ground (horse, gfeytiound or ostrich) ever
before traveled the same distance by self
nrnnnUlnn. The man was Charles M.
Murphy, and lie rode the mile In sixtyfive
seconds. It was done as honestly, cleanly
and In as sportsmanlike a manner as any
blcycli 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
straps or two ropes or harness was cm
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.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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 Pah protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate. ,-!--
The elevation of the property is from 1J0 to 750 feet
above sea level. , , , , ... ...
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according tothe numberof the applications.
Only $1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress kiock.
Do you buy your Music?
Are you perfectly satisfied ?
Are your orders filled promptly ?
We will gnnrti neither
pains nor expense to supply
musical peoplo with
WHAT THEY WANT
i WHEN THEY WANT IT.
Hoard nnd rooms on Borotania
street. Road Wnuts.
For sale enrpentpr shop com
plfto. Seo For Suk' colutuu.
Sugar awaiting shipment on
Kauai amounts to 2 1 800 bags.
Woathor at Laliainrt good, with
tho exception of smoky atmos
phere. Faro soda water, the Wet in
town. Hawaiian Soda Works.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P.,
meet tbJB evening in tho Castlo
Hall at 7:30.
At 4 o'clock this nft'rnoon tho
Niihau sails for Makaweli, Wsi
mea and Kckaha.
Attention fa drawn tothochango
in tho Tomplo of Fashion adver
tisement appearing on page 1.
If it had not been for the volca
nic smoko tho Mariposa would
have arrived in port soveral hours
Heavy smoko clouds, resem
bling a thick fog, hang over Kau
ai and tho channel, rough seas at
There will bo a moatinc of
Lodge L Progress this evening
at tho usuul hour. Work in tho
On Friday tho City of Peking
from Yokohama, Moan a from
Sydney and Coptic fromSanFrau
cisco aro duo iu Honolulu.
Captain Sealby bid furewell to
tho Coplio on July 8. Tho men
of tho ship gavo tho captiiu many
tokens of respect and esteem.
The Brutus will bo in port
about a week longer. She has no
orders further than Guam but is
ordered to nport to tho American
Among the kamaainas who re
turned irorn tho States in tho
Mariposa this forenoon were tho
following: A. D. Baldwin, Fred
Baldwin, R. W. McOhesney, J. L.
McLean, O. Mavor, D. B. Smith,
aud J. Watorhouse.
On Maui tho engagement of
James Kanakahi to Miss Margaret
Searle, daughter of the mauager
of Honolua Plantation, is an
nounced. Tho wedding will take
place at the home of the bride's
parents on the Honolua Ranch.
This week will complete a large
number of wells for the Waialua
Agricultural Co. 'a plantation, fur
nishing a supply for throe largo
pumping plants. Each of these
wells has been a success both as
to quality and quantity of water
producod. L. E. Piukhara, tho
contractor, has his card under
Mystery and Magic !
Post and M irlon In
In connection with
The Hartwell Sisters,
In their own ordinal Pyramldlc Act
and Feats of Stnngth.
Boers and Hacuard In
Do you have
your Violin Strings? If so
try the "Beau Ideal," the best
in the world. Price 25c.
Piancs sold on installments
of $10.00 per month.
Kroeger I panos . . .
Ludwig ., '
BERGSTM MUSIC C0;,Ltd.
COKXKR FORT AND BEHETANIA STREETS.
Marie M. Brandes,
Post and Marion
The Wild Man of Borneo!
ijtntiat AJmNUon. ,c. anJ 50c.
Uit sit tow, tor Chlldrtn unier it yeara, 10c.
KSCTYtJ Chair, joe.
Scat can be bonkei by tlnclng up Tltrhon 5o
s The Home
Bakery Cafe will
reopen at 5 p.
m., for DINNER,
The Annual AleetlnR of Wni. O. Irwin
& Co., Limited, will be held at Its office
on Frldiy, July 21st, at (I a. m.
H. M. WHI I NEY, JR.,
Honolulu, July 17, i&jo. 1274-31
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 308 Merchant ttrtet, Cimpbetl block, rear
J. O. Carter's office. P. O Uox 194
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records.
Ofnco Campbell's Mock. Morcbant St.
Neat door lo 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 565.
You nro worn out, tlrirt, nin't put
tho onergy you dcslro Inlo jour
duties. Wall, then, ,tui intiet to
BomolhlnK that will orreoine thla
fooling and ronton) jou to jKirfett
1'roui childhood no nro taught to
respect tho curathe Ventures of horlis.
Our grnndirnther used them, and
ero,iiH a rule, ersod In tho art of
prorMrltKj romcdlos from arlou
Wolmon preparation that I of
tho oM-fuMhlmicd typo purely go
table, niiulu of horh wltli nine. 1'or
a Konernl Ionic to produce Igor and
strength, 1,011 lannot tlnd n Ua'.or
For malarial dlordor, low of nji
pctlto, that ttrud fecllnc lona of en
orgy, It 1m n trtio pnimieu.
fo;il llitttrt it the nam,
Then 9a ie nt "'J ''frtA,
From Jloytil io one nettl refrain,
lit uu 11 ill turcly hring mirth.
Put up In pint liottles at 60 tonLs.
Hollister Drug Co,
Nnlcil None Writer Ilrad.
New York, July 10. A noted
ballad writer, Obnrlea Graham,
died iu Bellevuo HoBpit il today
ponmhes, and ho left a widow nud
nve young children absolutely
Graham was the nuthor of "Two
Little Girls in Blue," but, though
tho Bong was an imuieueo success
ho realized but S10 for it. His
"Picture That Is Turned Towanla
the Wall" was sung throughout
tho country, but his total inoomn
from the song was $500, and that
cauio to him 111 small sums. His
publishers oloared $25,000 on tho
r.trt Siiirur Market.
New York, July 12. Sugar,
raw, barely stoady; fair refining,
3 20.3'Jc; centrifugal 90 teat, i
7 ICo; molasses sugar, 3 25-32c.
RoRuod nuiet; crushed. Oj; powd
ered, Cgoji granulated, 5J.
T. G. BALLCNTYNE.
II P. EAKIN.
Ballentyne & Eakin
Gural Insorance Apnts.
Torchon : :
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E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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