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arrwwvuwwr -tv THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAttOH 11, 18. i - I- jfW1 5 1 SPECIALLY POP MtfSbJ) Pioneer Furniture House EJ3TA.:BlliIfcJ H HJD 1 SB. Just Received per Bark "C. D. Bryant'' - The Largest Stock Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Slyles to select from. Prices are a lincher ' H'K.Olwfl: 32SOO TJF. Also n Finn I,ot of CHIFFONIERS of tho I.ntcst Deigns and Patterns Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting I'er Koll of 10 Yards, 12.C0. And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll Headquarters for Bab Carriages! tar thjl,hjfh:o tnn 179 w WILLIAMS BROS. (Sucoesaortt to 0. R. Williams. rt09 AND 611 KING STREET. Stop That Cough ! Cummins' v 'ough C ure HOLLISTER DRUG CO., E5S3 Fort. Street. Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street. 20 lbs. BJ Of O Nestle's $ Your doctor will tell you it is the safest diet for baby FOU SALE 11 Y THE HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D, Aemts for Hie Hawaiian Inlands. If your tub.scription ha expired now U a fonii time In rutrw il of Bedroom Sets Coughs tP olds. r. 0. JONES. E. A. JONES. THB HAWAIIAN eposit InvestmP NO. 408 FORT ST11EET. I I i t. SAFES of Various Bites for Kent i ! by the Month or Year. 1 Uu VAULTS' open from 8:20 a. m. ' AintU 1 p. m. except on Saturdays, when ! they will bo closed at 2:30 r. m. . -WE liny nd Sell ST00K.S nml 1MKD8 and vaucen on tnme. F rst-olnss make ad. NOTICE. IIJKO TO NOTIFY MY OLD OUS t'liiers and the jmblln generally that I am now connected with Messrs. W, (1, lVaeoek & Co., and shall bo pleated to re ceive order on i heir accounts. To enlione 48. P. O. llox fOI W. 8. MICE, llonnlu'u, Feb. lit, 185. l!!C!)-w GOOD 110 AD RACE. laoio Lonj; jjiEtnnca xiunning uy nxomners 01 is., a. a. v. Although it ns n littlo shoiw-rv Satur ay evening, a largo crowd turned out to tness tho five mile road race but moo members of tho E: SS were n litllo tardy in coming up (o tho lino, and it u.n not until nearly 8 o'clock when tlio start was made. Captain Clinrlns Crauo's teams took tho Fort street route nntl Captain u. r. ueam mores mou wont out 'r"rm v vrr KinKstr.it. Four men from tho U. l'UjUL MSD S. S. Philadelphia ran with tho lat ter team. V. Lylo of Beard mom's team led ail tho way and passed a a fit fPhnm I Palmer Parker, who held tho same LUUK (11 lllolll! position in urauo's team, on Bore- isit "-A! by Ilnnlmoir, l'flenwn null Sliar- Murray led. Louis Singer had winded himself at tho start and dropped behind. V. Thrum and J. Thompson woio closo behind all tho St, hVsldS Somas' Goorgo Rosa lost his shirt and coo- ing a hack pasiiup, jumped in and drove to near tho finishing point, when he got off and spurted home. Refereo Crozior had soon tho little game, however, and George was given second to the last man. W. Lylo got home just a few sec- onds before Palmer Parker and Charles Murray, making a very pretty finish. The others eatuo Btraggling in, there being but little difference except in the cases of the last mou, who were five and ten minutes behind. Tho following is tho lit of the team nml tho order iu which tho members finished: BEAIIDMOIlt S TEAM. wiie:::::::::::::::.:::::: Peterson (Phil.) 7 'Thorn Gay 12 Bolster 18 , Jeuuiugs (Phil.) Mi Gumi,hor ll Total 81 CHANE.S TEAM. I P. l'arker. 21 (J JMurrAY V. Thrum ft , I J. Thompson 0, T.Whito 10 S-Johneon , 11 I T. Prico 15 G.Koaa 17 i L. Stager .18 ' Total jZ Tho first team won by three points, Dave Crozier acted as refereo for Crane's team, and Captain Olmstead , followed Beardmoro's team. They were both mounted on bicycles. Carlos Long and George Angus acted as judges. K i mm AN OLD OFFENDER i H Is Arroatod Povoral Tiiuts Insido of Twonty-four Hours. Juno Davis is iu the toils again. Ho assaulted a uativo woman yester day nftornoon at Palama. Captain Cordcs of tho mounted patrol brought Davis in. Shortly after ho was arrested tho woman caused his roleaso by stating that she did not wish to prosecuto him. The woman's ear was badly cut and tho officer asked her if Davis had bitten it. Sho said no. Davis was released, and in the eveuiug made a second assault on tho woman. lie was aaaiu arrested and charged with drunken ness, lie was lot out this morning on furnishing .?6 bail. Shortly after the woman caused a warrant to bo issuod against Davis for mayhem. It transpires that Davis did bite her oar yesterday, but tho woman did not want to say so. Juuo has tho , reputation of being an all-round bad man. TENNI3 OLUB OROANIZED. Mr. Irwin Presents It With n Sito for a Court. Tho Pacific Tenuis Club mot on Saturday aftornoon aud elected tho ! following officers: ' Waller Dillingham, president; Dr. , Howard, business mauagorj W. II. Couo3 secretary and treasurer; Wil- i liam Thrum, nieml)or of tho board ' of mauagomont. Tho offer of W. G. ! Irwin of tho vacant lot at tho corner of Richards aud King stroots freo of rout, providing it was kept iu good condition, was accopted nud a teuuis court will bo laid out iu tho near future. Tho oxponso of preparing tho grouud will bo limited to $100. m Unitod Carriage Company's stand, besides having superior hacks al ways ready at tho call of "290," fur uishes fine livery outfits at the short est notice good horses and nice car riages, from buggy to wagouette. QAMMUTTU t ' v A 1 A 1 4a A JL JUI ' b cm in tin woiia t .. .. ,. OF 1118 M Oil 6V, Tae Them Home' iUBO 1UWII HUIUD . i Tl1V ThPTTI fill I 1J U10111 Vll J Ad "' " lf do't ,..: vo Juu rm , . , , . l,1C,c ' orsets are made 111 ytyle to fit and suit everybody , ., . j j lUd tlLir purses. m, , They urn 111 forty-St-veil different styles and range in . "J, &- price from 1 to !?3 per pair, Atk to pee the Extra Long -VVniuf RnvvniTif Fri- M )K Wmst oONNEl TK 101 ..Jo. The' can't be beaten. J lf y11 '' sut Co't8 long enough, renienibor you n get the Sosskttk with SIX IlOOKfl. Should you want a Coreet with Rkvl Whale Bonk, ct the fc'oNXKTTK. , jjf Any way come in and .. i si-e thi in. ' . . . . . i J". J. !ESA.IET . . , ., rT I Solo Agent lor tho Ila- waiian Islands. i -vs. TV VT-J 1 T I JEr VjL 13 .1L.1J. jSL . m, , ... . . ?,$ bu" fof t,iu eoutry is sett ng into its former groove. Our gentlemanly driver has returned "om n'H vacation, tho cows hi tho pasture switch flies instead of bul lets with their tails and tho cream is richer iu consequence. Wo believe we havo satisfied overy ono of our , customers who havo takon milk from us and wo are in a position to sup ply a great many more. Tho peoplo who from choice or uecossity visited Waialao during tho past two weeks havo had an opportunity to seo just what sort of diet our stock feeds upon, and no longor wondor at the richness of tho milk from our dairy Our facilities for delivery aro tho i best. With the exception of a day! or two early iu tho lato uupleasaut nessour drivers havo always been on time at our customers' residences. ' Wo take this opportunity to thnuk thoso who havo beou patient with us I aud to solicit a continuance of their ; patronago. Wo will bo pleased to I fill all orders telephoned to us aud I guarantee all milk to be pure aud ' free from adulteration. The WAIALAE .RANCH. C. D. CIIASD, General Business Agent UllAli ESTATE, LOAN'S, Employment Bureau, Insurance, Collection!, Notary Public ! 1 Acont to Take Acknowledgments to Iilior Contracts. OIDce: Safe Deposit Bolidlog, 406 Fort St. TELEPHONE 181 Til!'. DAILY BULLETIN CO. An- Ki'li'UIiik New liivulci- nf B00K AND J0B ST0CK IJY EVERY STEAMER AT TIIKIU inn MERCHANT STREET. Where they nro fully ptupitred to ilo nil kinds of work In the lutcst etvlus nt tho shortest notice nml nt tho most Kensoimblc Hates. Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty ! POSTER PRINTING Kxccuted In the Moat Attrnctlvo Manner, BILLHEADS. LETTERHEADS, STATEMENTS. NOTEHEADS. MEMORANDUMS. ETC. Read tho following pnrthil list of spec itiltlcs mid get thollui.LKTiN's prices be fore, plnchig your orders. By so doing you will snve both time nml money. Letter Heads, Nolo Heads, Dill Heads, Memorandums, Bills of Lading, Statements, Circulars, Coutrautb, Agreements, Shipping Contracts, Check Books, Legal Blanks, Calendars, Wedding Curds, Visiting Cards, Business Cards, Funeral Cards, Admission Cards, Fraternal Cards, Timo Garde, Milk TicketB, Moal Tickets, Theatre Tickots, Scholarship Certificates, Corporation Certificates, Mnrriago Certificates, Receipts of all kinds, Plantation Orders, Promissory Notes, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Programme, Labels of every variety, Petitions iu any language, Envelopes k Letter Circulars, Sporting Scores A Records, Perpetual Washing Lists, General Book Work, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Printed and IllocUd when dculrud. ( No Job Is allowed to leave the of fice until It gives satisfaction. " '