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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 1895.
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LOCAT, & GENERAL NEWS.
Compnny B's ball to-night.- ,
Tho Leprosy Board will hold a
Duputy Marshal Brown has gone
to Maui to attend Court.
A. V. Gear will open a temporary
oflice with II. E. Walker in a few
The Independent people arc
figuring on opening a branoh oifico
Tho Choral Society will meet for
practice to-night at the Y. M..C. A.
rooms at 7:30.
The addition to E.O.IIall & Son's
warehouse on King street is al
Tho Hooulu Lahni Society will
meet at the Maternity Homo at 2
p. m. 'Wednesday.
Captain Williams of the brig W.
G. Irwin is accompanied by his
daughter on this trip.
Colonel George W. Maefarlane
and wife left on tho Australia for a
six months' trip to England.
Among those who did not leave
on the Australia yesterday was one
who had his baggage laboled X.Y.Z.
The Tramways Co. has no inten
tion of applying to the government
for permission to lay tracks on the
The regular monthly meeting of
the Lcilani Boat Club will take
place at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:80
p. in. Wednesday.
Tho Hawaiian Sunday School
Association holds an adjourned
meeting this evening at 7:30, at
It is reported that some members
of a real estate firm in San Fran
cisco will arrive on tho Mariposa
and open an office hero.
It is said hat tho Natural Plant
Food, an earth from somo of the
southern states, is an admirable
thing for use a flower garden.
There are fifty-ono cases on the
calendar of the extra term of the
Circuit Court which commenced
yesterday before Judge Cooper.
Tho boys of No. 1 Engine house
are practicing baseball. The dog
is trained to run after all stray balls
and bring them to the pitcher.
Mrs. Harry Klemme and child
left on the Australia for a six weeks'
A'isit to Oakland, whero she has a
mother and sister dangerously ill.
Tliero is a rumor current that an
opium bill will bo presented to tho
LegeslatuJe early in tho session
and that it is bonnd to become a
Sequah speaks to-night on the
corner of Fort and Beretania streets.
New electric effects aro promised
and tho Hawaiian band will bo in
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
And Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week os month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night; $1 and
-$1.25 per week.
The Attorney-General, Paul Neu-.
mann and other distinguished legal
lights leavo for Maui by tho Clau
dine to attend tho June term, of
tho Circuit Court.
If you want a hack with good
hor'so and careful driver ring up
Telephone 113, City Carriage 'Co.
Stand: Corner Fort and Merchant
streets. John S. Aniiak. '
It is reported that George II.
Paris of the Hawaiian Gazette
Company, who left on the Austra
lia yesterday, will purchase ono or
more typo-setting machines for use
Chief Justice Judd delivered an
interesting address in Hawaiian last
night beforo tho Board of Missions.
The speaker took for his subject the
early history of tho Hawaiian Mis
sion. If you want your watch repaired
If you want jewelry made up neat
ly. If you want souvenir spoons,
or anything in tho jewelry line. H.
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort
strcot, is your man. Ho was for
ton years tho practical watchmaker
for Wenner & Co.
Tho exercises connected with the
installation of ltov. D. P. Birnio as
pastor of tho Central Union Church
take place to-morrow night at 7:30.
The public generally is invited to
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory rcferencos.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work gurrantecd to be the same as
done in factory.
Superintendent Green of the
Executive buildings has about
seventy-five varieties of pansies
blooming on tho grounds. Flowers
: are cut daily and distributed among
1 the different officials and sick
rooms throughout tho city. '
The Australia was an hour late
getting off yesterday owing to tho
immense cargo of bananas shipped
to San Francisco. Prof. Berger and
the band boys wore, as usual, un
tiring in their efforts to keep tho
crowd of people in a good humor.
The hop at tho drill shed to
night to be given under tho aus
pices of Co. B, promises to bo the
best military ball ever given here.
Tho company is comprised of somo
of the best citizens of Honolulu,
for that reason should be a swell
Tho art department of the Pa
cific Hardware Company exhibits
a handsomely framed photograph
of tho Myrtle Boat Club's champion
crew., me penmansnip accompa
nying tho portraits is the work of
It is said that if ex-detective Allen
had not sneaked aboard tho Aus
ralia as early as ho did he would
have received a second castigation
on the wharf. Although he hid
himself when on board ho could
not escape Mr. Lunging's eagle oye
and as a result he left port with $10
less than he expected to.
Tho American Minister and Mrs.
Willis will hold their monthly ro
ception on next Thursday evening,
Juno 6th, from 8 to 10, instead of
in tho afternoon. The Philadel
phia's band has been kindly offered
and thero will be dancing as usual.
Tliero are no invitations issued and
all friends who call will be welcome.
Captain MacDonald, tho war
veteran, left for California on the
Australia yesterday. Mac is ono
of the most scientifically carved
men who came out of the Ameri
can war, and it is accounted for by
tho fact that ho belonged to the
Ninth Mass., a regiment that never
missed an opportunity for a fight.
Mrs. Jarrett T. Lewis leaves for
the Olaa district by the Kinau to
join her husband, who is engaged
in the coffee business. Mrs. Lewis
has been ordered by her physicians
to seek a cooler climato for Rome
months. Miss Lewis will be the
guest of Mrs. Wall on Beretania
street during her mother's absence.
To Those Who Own
.; It is to your ad vantage
to got tho very best Feed.
Wo have what you want,
selected during 6ur last
trip to the Coast. If you
want to be in it, call on tho
C3T TELEIMIONE 121 JE3
(Successor to Olins. Ilitmiuer.)
Kino and Font Stheets,
Is propnrcd to mnnufneturo all kinds
nnd grades of Hand-made Hnrness nt
LOWEST OK l'MOKS I'OIl CASH.
All workguarantoed to bo satisfactory
before leaving tho shop. 5-3in
War Topics of i Da?,
J 29, 1895. I
If it had not boon for the ex-1
cellent quality of cofi'eo pro-1
duced in Kona, it is not likely '
that foreigners would have
been induced to invest their
capital in lands in that district
nor would tho building of a
tolophono line, such as the new
company proposes to construct,
have had an existence oven on
paper. It's tho fact that tho
locality produced in a small
way and in tho most primitivo
manner an article which
caught the fancy of "canooz-
ers in the matter of coffee ; '
thoy wanted moro and they
wero willing to pay a good j
price, but there wore no means
of getting it. Investigation '
demonstrated that tho land j
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but tho people in tho I
vicinity had not given the pro-!
per attontion to tho culttva-!
tion, you all know tho result,
foreign capital camo in and is '
coming every day, and before '
another decade tho production
UL LUI1VU nil! IJKJ fb lUIIUll.bi III
of the islands and the
machinery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it through
tho various processes necessary ,
to make it marketable will
come through us. And why? ;
Because wo aro interested in ,
the coffee business: wo know
what is wanted and wo secure
tho very latest improvements
in coffee machinery. What is j
good enough for one map may '
not be good enough for anoth-!
or, but ourstock of implements
for tho couee .business is good
enough for all: The industry
is still in its infancy and the
growers do not know them
solves just what they require,
but if they will communicate
with us, we can give them tho
Tho Helen Brewer brought
us what charcoal Irons will bo
needed during tho next few
months and the price is just
what the condition of affairs
hero warrants. There was a
tilde, not many years ago,
whero a single charcoal iron
cost $5.00. In those days it
was a luxury to own ono, now
it is a necessity and tho low
price we charge for them en
ables every ono to have one.
We've novor done much in
the way o.f Refrigerators be
cause the town seemed to bo
well supplied, but tho pros
pects for a reduction in tho
price of ice warrant our carry
ing a few to accommodate peo-'
pie who want a really superior
article something thoy may
depend upon to" koop their
meats and vegetables in during
the day and over night with
out spoiling. It took an East
ern man to devise something
a little better than any other
invontor could produce and
wo soil them.
For peoplo who livo out of
town and wish to maintain
their own telephone lines wo
wish to recommend our Long
Distance Telephone and Chica
go Magneto bells. With these
instruments a conversation
may bo carried on between
parties at almost an' unlimited
distance lrom each other. Wo
have all the necessary articles
used in the construction of pri
vate and public lines of tele
phones and can supply them
at the lowest rato3.
Among tho articles received
by tho Ilolon Browor aro Brass
Pipe FittingsGalvanized Pipe
and fittings and Qenuino Now
Bedford Cordage. If you are
interested in galvanized pipe
get a quotation from us.
Hall & Son,
Fort & King Streets.
Dress Makers! Attention!
Have you seen the latest material for Skirt Linings?
THE CHAMOIS FIBRE
Used by all Dress Makers In the Untied States. .
KCa,ir Olotih.! Hair Olotii!
A Tory scarce article. We haye a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress complete without It; we bare it In all colors
Featlier Bone! Feather Bone!
A light, pliable, elastic Bone, just the thing for Wash Materials.
CRINOLINA! SKIRT WIRE!
8ILKSIA8, PEROALINKB AND OAMBKICa in all Colors.
Fall LlneofDKESB MAKERS' FINDINGS always on hanrf
3ST. S. S .A. G IE-IS,
520 Ifr'ort St. - - Honol-ul-a.
sparkling effervescence, and its remarkable health-giving qua
lities, make it invaluablo as a refreshment for tho children and
the grown-up folks. It is not only a strictly temperance bev
orage, but a drink that satisfies ovory thirst; toning tho sto
mach, building up tfio systom and creating an appetite for
good, healthful food. There is only ono genuine .
A pure, healthful and honestly-made extract of Nature's best
Roots, Barks, Herbs and BerriosiVm' Itootbecr.
A Package of Extract makes Five Gallons
of this Delicious Drink.
Made only by the CHARLES E.
"Your Root Beer is excellent aa a bovorngo nnd nets liko n tonic. I
would have no other. Wo use it ou our tnblo nil Bummer instead of ten or
wnter. Rev. M. L. Andamese, Pittsburgh, l'n., U. 8. A."
"I do not know how we should got nlong without your Root Beor. Wo
lmvo used it for a number of yours nnd think it tho most delicious drink,
nnd so simple to make. Sly fnthor sells a groat many packaged, especially
during the worm weather. Mns. S. W. Olark, 211 Shnwmut Ave., Grand
Rapids, Mich., U. S. A."
T O IB B
Hobron Drug Company
Benson, Smith & Company
Hollisteu Drug Company, L'n
Lewis & Company
HOP HING & CO.
102 HOTEL STREET.
Wholesnlo Dealers in
Liquors & Manila Cigars
General Chineso Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rico, Matting,
Chineso Silks, Tens, Etc.
English and Amerioan Groceries
By Every Coast Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
to tho grand parents, the wholo
family can derivo comfort,
health and happiness from tho
great temperanco beverage,
Hikes' Root Beek. It is pre
eminently a homo requisite
made at home and drank at
homo. Its delicious flavor, its
HIRES CO., Philadelphia, U.S. A.
33 IE3 S:
i . .Grocers
C. E. COLLINS,
Harness & Saddlery
HAS REMOVED TO
337 King Street.
ASK YOUR GItOCElt
Fon Patent Excellent Flo on.
Highest grndo Fibur on tho market.
Coat tho samo ns nil other first-class
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