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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 21, 1899.
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AT PACIFIC IIKIGHT8.
At the kind invitation of Mr.
Penoby, eeoretary for 0. S. Doaky,
a Bulletin reporter took a plea
Bant drive up tho now Kaiuliini
) Bonlovard to the Pacific Heights
estate Tho road ia cut zfg-zig
along tho faco of tho monntnin,
.and as each plateau is reached a
higher and grander view of the
Burrounding scenery is obtained.
" At tho present timo the road ha
ti readied an altitude of 700 font
0 nbovo Beo level, the ocenory form
ing ono of tho Quest panoramas to
-V Stint 8eeD on ll"8 '8,ani1' From tlie
5 ww3, hoights tho apeotator can see clear
i)H into Punohbowl, Mount Tantalus
- rising in lofty majesty, tho Pauoa
and Nuuanu Valleys and Iho city
propor lying peacefully beneath,
with tho ocean oxpanBO beyond.
Tbo entire rood has been macad
amised, aud work in expected to be
completed in anothor month or
II ail Klium Uattlc.
The rosidonts of Makiki wore
very much started laBt evening by
wild yells aud volloy aftor volley
of rifle allots. On invcstigatiou it
was found the First Battalion, N.
Q. H., were out for a sham battlo
V on tho baseball grounds. The boys
marched ,out and in by moonlight
x and the speut a pleasant evening
in tho drill ched.
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 l0 to 70 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. r
Do you buy your Music?
Are you perfectly satisfied ?
Are your orders filled promptly ?
your Violin Strings? If so
try the "Beau Ideal," the best
in the world. Price 25c.
of $10.00 per
BEMSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
OHNER FOKT AND BEKETANIA BTREKTS.
One Mile In G5 Seconds
The Fastest Time Ever
Made by Man or Beast
His Mount Was aTrlbune
Blue Streak, Regular
Model 450, Geared to 112.
NEW YORK SUN, June 22 : A man on
a bicycle rode a mile yesterday faster than
any living creature that moves nn 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
straps or two 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,
"Wo will 8uivo neither
puins nor expense to supply
musical people with
WHAT THEY WANT
WHEN THEY WANT IT.
Do you have
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Monna for San Francisco nt G
p. m. today.
Salter's grocery store has n.
change of ad on page 4.
I. H, Bums is ngaiu on the
street aftor u brief illness.
Fine lot of puro leghorn chick--ens.
For salo Seo Now Today.
Dr. Jlowat, the voterinary, has
gone to Kona for a short trip.
Tho troops od board tho Para
number to 975 mon and 15 officers.
Miss Duncan left for her home
in Molokai in tho Mauna Loa to
today. Stockbooks of tbo Iuter-Ialaud
Company will bo olosod to trans
fers Jul 24 25. Seo New Today.
For watches and jowolry, gold
or silver plating, call on Iwamoto,
213J King street. Soo Now To
II. Haokfeld fc Go.'s scows have
been taken off tho marine railway.
They are now in perfect condi
tion. Tho rifle match between the
police and soldiors takes placo nt
tho military butts tomorrow after
noon. Attontion is drawn to tho busi
ness card of Ben Haaheo, plumber
and tiuBinitb, King street. Seo
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lowers
and Will Lewors aro booked to
leave for San Frnnciaoo in tho
Qruonhagen's chocolato creams
and mushmallow drops may be
bad at the Waterhouso storo. See
ad on page 1.
Tho guardian of the minor chil
dren of John Hamauku has with
drawn his petition for loavo to
sell real estato.
Tho election of W. W. Harris
as captain of tho Myrtle Boat
Club meots with the gonoral ap
proval of tho members.
Deputy Marshal Ohillinaworth
contradicts the Thomas square
hoodlum story published in yes
torday morning paper.
Tho Hawaiian Fortilizer Co.
will hold their regular annual
mooting on Wednesday, tho 26th
inst. Seo New Today.
Tho horeoB of the Princes
David Kawananakoa and Cupid
Kalaniauaolo wero sent to Knilnn,
Kona, in tho Mauna Loa today.
Wm. Thompson of Theo. H.
Davies & Co. left for Kau in tho
Mauna Loa today. He will vory
likely roako a trip to the Volcano.
Thero was a large attendance at
the meeting of the Waverloy Club
last ovoning. Thero wore several
matters of business nttended to
but tho Club decided that these
should not bo givon to tho public.
Mr. Riggs, formerly of Bishop's
Bank, but now timoktepor at tho
Olaa plantation, will be bore from
Hawaii about tho middlo of Aug
ust. His marriago with Mibb
Carrio Afong will tako placo at
Major Henry Wygant of tho
Twenty-fourth Infantry now in
this port on tho Oily of Para, led
tho chargo on San Juan hill at
the battlo of Santiago in tho Cu
ban war. Ho speaks with tho
highest praieo of tho oonduct of
the colored troops in battle.
Tho City of Para now in port,
carried tho famous First Minne
sota regiment to Mauila. Whon
horo last year tho City of Porn
was in command of Captain
Zyeedor, who is now on a vaca
tion in Europe, his placo is now
taken by Captain Robinson.
A deoreo signed by Judge Perry
has boon Clod roviving tho case of
Aldrich et ala vs. W. J. Smith,
and substituting tho noire of said
defendant as parties to tho suit.
The said suit and proceedings
now stand in tbo samo plight and
condition as at tho time of tho
death of said W. J. Smith.
T. G. DALLENTYNE.
H. P. EAKIN.
Ballentyne & Eakin
General Insurance Apis,
HANAN & SONS
E " &
fllE LAST STEAMER brought us another stock of this celebrated
make on new and latent lasts.
Drop In and have a look at the AUNHATTAN OXFORDS
In Patent and Tan stocks the newest creation, the latest fad.
Our styles and sl.'.es are now complete, and we an suit the most
DK. W. S. NOBLITT,
King St., noar Alakea.
Kx-U. S. Oov'll'hyslclan to tlio Indian?
OITlco Hours 10 n. in. to 1 p. in.; a to
p. m. 1274
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.
Torchon : :
B. W. JORDAN'S,
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
. 9Lwi?J: 8 Aterchant itrt.t, Ctmpbtll Hxk, itai
J. O. Carter's office. P. O. Box 19,
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyance and Searcher of Record,.
OOlco Campbell's Mock. Morchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
No. 10 FORT ST.
Younro worn out, tired, ran't iut
tlio onorgy yon denlro Into your
dutlos. Well, then, you must try
aomothlng that will overcome thin
feeling and rotoro yon to iieroet
From childhood wo nro taught to
rospoct tho curalKo foaturos of herlw.
Our grniidirotlieiw ucd tlicrn, and
uoro, as a rule, vowed In tho art of
preparing remedies from parlous
Wo havo a preparation tli.it In of
tho old-fatddnucd tyiH purely veim-
tnlilo, mado of liorlw with wlno. For
a gonoral tonic to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot ilnd a letter
For malarial disorder, 1oh of np
potlto, that tlrod feeling, loss of All
ergy, It la a truo panacea.
Ilvyal Mtitrt it the nni'if,
Thty gaxe me nt my hirth,
From Jloyal no one need rtftnin,
lit uk trill tuttly Iriny mirth.
Put up in pint bottloi at 6(1 coma.
Hollister Drug Co.
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