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2 EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 21, 1895.
AUOUT DOGS. ' "What u Hullutin Itciiortur Saw T at Dnyllght. J ' Tho ubiquitous repoitcr of the Evening Bulletin was around this morning as usual and along about C o'clock met V. M. Cunningham with four dogs trailing behind him. These canines were going out for , their usual morning bath and they got it in the nrcsenco of the said Bulletin reporter, probably for tho first time in their lives. Tho four dogs were worth some where about $500, and it is seldom ono can see such an aggregation of canine wealth in four animals. Although tho animals arc not, Btrictly speaking, water dogs their performances this morning would equal the beat of any spaniels. They will fetch and carry, dive, ewim anywhere on order, and do anything they aro told to by their owner's order. In fnct, theso ani mals possess almost human intelli gence and if anyone does not bo liovo it lot them accompany them on their morning excursions. The best of them is Ranger, a pointer, who takes tho water like a ish. His owner values him at $200. Then comes Queen, an Irish setter, valued at $100; Belle, a pointer, of equal value, all of , whom have a lawful and recognised pedigree. Last but not least by any means in the quarto is"Daisy' a Gordon Setter. It is sufficient to Bay that while Daisy has no pedigrco sho does what the other aristocratic dogs do. i m m ' Plenty Smoke, No Fire. Two Chinamen very much ex cited ran up against a Bulletin re porter last night and shouted some thing that might have been fire! murder! or pakapio! but which was learned to be "Please, kind gentleman, wo are under tho im pression that a fire exists in the premises occupied by one of our 1 numerous cousins known as Sam m Yco Hop, who deals in luscious fruit on King street near Fort. You,, who have had experience, kindly notify the chief of the fire department that his presence is needed in order that we may have his advice as to the means we shall v adopt to save what we believe to be a burning building." That is what it meant in long hand, but beforo the notes could bo written out, smoke was seen issuing from the chimney and a telephone alarm sent into tho firo department. In less- than three minutes the engines " were on hand and beforo steam could bo got up a hoso was attached to ono of tho street hydrants and sufficient force of water obtained, without the services of tho engines, to Bend u stream over tho building. The chemical engine, however, was all that was required as there was nothing but smoko caused by tho chimney having for a time been clogged up to that it could not es capo until by great pressure tho obstruction was romoved and tho smoko burst out, all in a heap. The only damage done was through tho bursting of a hoso at tached to tho chemical ongino. Tho fluid used in tho apparatus scat tered over some curious spectators to tho injury of their clothing. Sam Yeo Hop is grateful to tho department and his friends for their prompt action and congratu lates himself upon tho fact that ho did not loso oven a peanut. While ill Stockton, Cal., some time ago, Thos. P. Langan, of Loa Banos, that state, was taken very sovorely with cramps and and diarrhoea. Ho chanced to moot Mr. O. M. Cartor, 1 who was similarly afflicted. He says: fk "I told him of Chamberlain's Colic. Spi, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I wo went to tho Holden Drug Storo and procured a bottle of it. It gave Mr. Carter prompt relief and I can I vouch for its having cured me." For 1 sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith K & Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl ands. j?T JVUV V ' Mrs. S. A. JLcfcbcr Rossmoyne, Ohio. TerribleJVIisery Holploss With Rhoumatism and Without Appotlto , Tlrod Fooling and Pains Dlspollod by Hood's Saraaparllla. H I mi In terrible misery with rheumatism In my hips and lower limbs. I read to much about Hood's Sarsaparllla that I thought I would try it and see If It would relleTt mo. When I commenced I could not sit up nor erea turn orer In bed without holp. One bottle ol Hood's Rollovod Ms so much that I was soon out of bed and eould walk. I had also felt weak and tired all the time; could not sleep, and obtained so little rest at nljjbt that I felt all worn out In the morning. I had no appotlto to eat anythlnu, but Hood's Hood'sCures Sarsaparllla restored my appetite so that X could eat without any distress, and I hart nlned rapidly la strength. I hare taken Ore bottles otjlood'i Sarsaparllla and I am as welt as oTer." Mna. 8. A. Ltnrsnan, Rossmoyne, a Hood's Pills cure liter Ills, constipation, biliousness, Jaundioo, slok headache, Indigestion. Hoforon Drug Co., L'd., Bole Agents for the Kepqhllu of Hnwail Encyclopedic la a tarm that has been justly applied by many to the treat ment giren subjects in the New Standard Dictionary A dozen new ways of Qodlnir the word you want. A Bcfemlfta Alphabet to aid In toe pronun claoon. Is recognised authority. For particulars address A. W. EVANS, ftjttt, 1318-lm General Delivery. P. O. JONES. X.. A. JONES. THB HAWAIIAN Sa Have for sale a few Shares of PAIA BUQAR 8TOOK. HAWAIIAN 8UOAR CO. STOCK. Also, HAWAIIAN GOVKBNMBNT and 1st Mortgage 8DGAR PLANTA TION BONDS. tW For particulars apply to Tbe HtwtlliD Sit Deposit and Inreit- mem Gmpto;, NO. 408 FORT BTREET. i California aod Hawaiian Fruit AND PRODUCE COMPANY. Opp 0. R. & L. Depot, rn King Sinet. Groceries, Pruvlx'nns and Ice Houe Goods, Fish, Vegetables, Froien Oysters, Etc., received by ev"ry s'eaiucr from San Kranotgpo and Vannnttvor. Tue snipping Trade supplied. Geo Cavanagh, - Manager TELEPHONE No. 7S5 -m N. F. BURGESS now vropared to repair Garden Hose, dprinklers, Water Taps, etn. Saw Filing ind all kind of Tools sharpened, tncl iik Carving Knivea and bciuors; Lawn noorHB bpeoiaitv: also Bttlng Glass; in fn-t ol kinds of lobbing. Work called for ml vturned King up 8W Mutnal Tele- '1TO it BOOMS AMD BOARD. TOOMS AND BOAJU) m jlv iur a tow persona can ne i nan ai itauwai, on to Wal. HH hAflnh. W. B. 11ARTI.KTT l"6-tf Proprietor. fe Deposit ELEVENTH AMMUAL MBET1K8 OF THE HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB jy 1U 1895. Official Programme RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10 A. M. SHARP. lst-BIOYOLE RACE. Prise: Meda', valued at J20. En trnre fee 11.50. 1 mile dash. Fraefor nil. 2d-BICYCLE RACE. Prise: Medal, valued at 30. En trance fee $1.60. aniiledasb. Free for all. 3d-HONOLULU PURSE, f2p0. Running Race; y mile dash. Froe for all. 4th MERCHANTS' PURSE, J200, Trotting and Pacing, to Harness: 2:40 Class; mile heats, 3 in 6. Free for all. 5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, flffiQ ADDED. Running Race; I mllo dash. Free for all. Winner of Cup to beat record of Anglo A (1:45X) and receive 50 extra. 6th KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE S250. Trotting and Pacing, to Harness; mile heats, 3 in 5. Free for all. 7th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP, $150 ADDED. Running Race; J mile dash. Hawaii an I)r?U. Wla-PONY RACE, PURSE $100. 1 mile dash, for all Ponies 14 hands or under. 9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, J1UU. Running Race ; 1 mllo dash, for Hawaii, an Bred Hones owned by members of the Crab. Winner to accept $100 In Ilea of Cap. Cup becomes the property of the person winning ittwi-e. Should the nrm who has won U once and again this roe-ting, ho wl 1 root) ve in Urn of Cup J 110 toiwt'ier with I ISO adued Win ner of Cup first time will receive $t&0 and credit for one race.' 10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE, $150. 2:50 Cass; mllo heats, 2 in 3. Free for nil. Uth PRESIDENT WIDE MANN'S OUP, 160 ADDED. Running Race, i mile dash for all. Free IDr- All entries are to be mode with the Secretary beforo 1 H UR8IAY, Juno 0. IbUS Entrance fees wj Iw 10 ner cent, of parse, unices oth.rwi specified. tmr All Races to bu run or trotted inder the rules of the Hawaiian JocKay Club. 0S All Horses are cxpecfrd to start, jnles withdrawn by 0 o'cUck a. m. ou June 10, 1805 Bene-al Admission 50 Cents Brand Stand (Extra) 60 Conts and l Carrlagewi (Inside o'coorso) eaeh $2.H Quirtor Stretch Badges X5 S. G. WILDER, Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club. 133-td EMPIRE SALOON, Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Bts. E. N. REQUA Manage) Choice Wines, Liqnors, Ales. PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT Half and Half on Draught MOBRAYB1R,' S Hand-made Sour Hasb A SPECIALTY. A ChaDcelor Horsemen FOB BALK 1 Latest Improved Frazler Sulky With Pneumatio Wheels. Also, 1 Set Ball Bearing High Whesls. ill in Flrbt-claas Order. Inquire of 1321-tf O. W. MAOFARLANE. INDDRINE A GOLD WATER PAINT A SUBSTITUTE FOB OIL PAINT AND WHITEWASH. AN EXCELLENT FIRE RETARDANT AND DISINFECTANT. Especially Designed For INSIDE Work on . . Factories and Pablic Buildings It is a dry powdor which can bo prepared for uso by simply stirring in COLD WATER and can bo ap plied by anyono and will always pro duco good work. It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro loctivo and hardens on a wall liko stono and will tako any tint. It will last for years, and is un affected by gases. Ono coat covers hotter than two coats of oil paint or whitewash. It can bo usod on any surface and for all classes of work, oven for the finest decorating. It will not rub, scale or crack, nor will it softon with ago or discolor. It will not sot iu tho mixing vessel, in fact it improves by standing a few days. It can be uccd to good advantage over old whitewash without scraping. IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER BEING WET. It is choapor than whitewash, dura bility considered. Ii is supplied in barrels from 300 to 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50 and 25 pounds. Outside Murine I This is for OUTSIDE Work Such as Fences, Outbuildings and Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick post to bo diluted with cold water ; stands rain and exposuro as well as oil paint, and costs but a fraction as much It is fire-resisting as it con tains no oil, and has no equal as a light roflector in dark basements, damp cellars and similar places. It is supplied in colors. .... FOR SALE BY .... MI LiUuIITIED, AM for tbe Hawaiian Islands Tour doctox will tell you It ia the safest diet for baby FOR SALE BY THE HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D, Agentslfor tho Hawaiian Islands. MERCHANT - TAILOR Fine Casstmeres, Serges, White Linens, Etc. Suits Made to Ordei ON SHORT NOTICE. CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING O. AKIMA - - 46 Nuuanu Streei 1200-Gm WM N&CO 20 lbs. W MP of 9. Nestle's CHIC ! STYLE ! VI' FINISH ! QUALITY 1 7 Men's Wearing Apparel to be found in all tho Suits mado by Johnston & Sto rey. Mr. Storey .was for onmr vnam nnn nf t( Vinnf. known cutters on tho Coast, ' consequently tho best dress ed men in town wear clothes i mado by Jfbistin It Storey, 413 Voxt Street 1 Merchant Tailor, 983 XrvtAxaLStta. BUsst. FINE SUITINGS Eigtt, San ad iMiim tuft. Btyle and Fit QoaranUed. Gleaning & Bepairing Mm nil. m, p. o. m hi. l(H3-eaa Beautiful Horses ! Tha Celebrated Bayswator Stallion "rvasTKOBs." Also the Splendid SPAN OF GRAYS By "Iyanhoe" are for sale. Apply to GKOKGK HOUOHTAIUNG. WOl-tf Bay Horse BUblts. "SAVE MONEY" O. 1. COT.T..T3ST3, Tll WKI.UKHOWM Practical Carriage Trlmjmr (Has no nonneetlon with any car riajr hop.) TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION , Fenders, Dwhes, 8orm Aprons, Mo..' at Lowest Possible Pnqos, aod Workmanship of the Best. I use First-olans Material of my own Isa porMng. Manufacturer of all kinds of Himeae. - Workshop 210 King Street near Uannakea. P. O. Box 408. W. M. SMITH, Uleoti'loicua. WILL POT IN Blecjtric Bejls. Iinihg-room Bolls, Burlfr Alarms, Private Telephones, Everything in tho Electric Line. K5S Refers to E.O.Hull & Son, where orders may be left. death fionse To Lit AFOltNIflHED HOUSE Is to let or lease at Waikllrt beach, a few mln-1 nti.it1 urllr Imm .Iia .. I 'lOHsK j-.. ; unsvooK uouee, jiatii House smA Good fUl Itatliln. Tiu.l,Alrf TTt.L. and Dislies are airoomplete. Rooms may he let with bathlnj? priyileges, it the wh5 premises are iot Uken. Have other Houses in town and suburbs to let, famished and unfurnished. Also, Building Lots for sale. Inquire of DAVID DAVTON, 1277-tf 42 M-reh.nt street THIS PAPER DA&rtlL0- Agency, M nA S uSffiggg -. Jt M' w