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Evening bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1895-1912, June 20, 1895, Image 2

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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 20, 1895.
Jimely Jopie5
June 19, 1891).
As the days go by the bicy
cle is coming more and more
to the front. t It is becomingan
actual necessity in almost every
department of the world's af
fairs. Emperor William of
Germany has already recog
nized its utility in his
vast military organization
and has equipped several reei-
mentswith wheels. This sug
gestion is offered to Col Mc
Lean, who is said to be think
ing of organizing a cavalry
company.
Instead of mounted police
why not furnish the guardians
of the peace with bicycles, the
same as is done in Chicago,
New York, San Francisco and
other large cities. In his re
cent report the attorney general
dilates in glowing terms on the
utility of the mounted police
in the outlying districts, what
is the matter wirh mount
ing them on wheels? This sug
gestion is respectfully offered
to Marshal Hitchcock and his
superior. A good horse costs
more than a good bicycle, but
irrespective of that there are
several reasons why the wheel
is the more economical and
useful of the two. Among
them may be mentioned:
1. Bicycles don't eat hay at
$30 per ton.
2. Bicycles don't munch
oats and barleyall day long when
they can get it, and
Bicycles don't bite nor tread
on your pet corns.
Bicycles never get tired and
they don't drink.
Now there are bicycles and
bicycles, of all sorts, sizes and
shapes but none of them come
up to the Monarch in beauty,
strength and swiftness.
It is the strongest, fastest, and
most beautiful wheel that is
manufactured, and tne wheel
men of America know it.
Those in Hawaii have only to
try the machine once to arrive
at the same opinion.
The Monarch Bicycle Co. is
making this year two special
grades of wheels. We have
them both. One sells at $90
and the other at $10 The
$90 wheel is for those riders
who are not particular about
having the very lightest weights,
but who want a good, service
able wheel, sold under a bind
ing guarantee, which will run
easily and wear well. The $10 j
wheel is the latest pioduct in
high grade wheels. It is ad
solutely the best high grade
bicycle on the market, strong,
stiff, staunch, light and easy
running and giving entire satis
faction to all who ride it. To
sum up its perfections it is
the monarcn of all wheels.
We have received the first
consignment of a dozen of
these wheels and they are
going off like hot cakes. We
sold two of them this morn
ing before lunch. We have
several other consignments on
the way and will soon be in
condition to supply the army,
police and other government
departments, with a few left
over for the navy when its offi
cers feel like taking a spin out
to the beach. To the general
public we would say ."Don't
purchase a bicycle till you have
seen the Monarch." If you
don't buy of us then there will
be no hard feelings on our part.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
0Hitt Hprvekt'lh' Mock,
sov powr wrocc
UA1VAIAIIAO OIIUHCII.
l'rourrnn of the Heplr on That His
torical IlulldltiR.
Ropairs on this building aro
progrossiog as rapidly iib tho na
turo of tbo work will allow. Tho
coiling on oaoh sido nbovo tho gaj
lorios is about completed. It is
boinR coated with shollno and
varniBhod nn quick an tbo enrpon
tors got through. Tbo pillars to
support tho gallorios nro complet
ed, as is also tho laying of tbo
now floor. Tho stago for tbo or
gan and choir in also nearly fin
ished. Tho Sunday school rooms
in tbo roar of tbo organ should bo
ready fbr occupancy next wook.
Owing to the great heights tbo
roof from tbo floor the intorior
work on that portion of tho build
ing is necessarily slow on account
of tbo amount of scaffolding ro
quirod. m
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Plenty news to-morrow by tbo
Australia.
Kona peacliPB camo up on tho
Hall on Monday.
Hoat races will bo among tbo
Fourth of July attractions.
Root beor is tho fushionablo
drink of the mounted police when
on duty.
The lower story of tbo new
pumping station on Borotaniu
street is nearly completed.
Tho letter box at tho corner of
Baretaniii and TboinaB squaro
senms to bo well patronized.
Tho sharpshooters and team
from Company D will iudulgo in
a frioudly shoot intbonearfuturo.
Walter McGowan and Thoo. P.
Sevorin are now mombors of Com
pany D, having been elected last
night.
Tho sentry-box at tho front
gato of tho Exocutivo building is
an oyosoio and should bo 10
moved. Tho Iioubo on Fort stroet used
by Dr. Emerson as his office is
being re shingled and otherwiso
fixed up.
Mrs. Hatch is holding a recep
tion this afternoon and tho Ha
waiian band is furnishing music
for the occasion.
Mrs. Cummings, who died on
Tnesdity, left eight childron,
ranging from one and a half to
fifteon years of uge.
Tho committor to socuro funds
for tho building of a church for
Portuguese have succoedod :n
raising $2100 thns far.
Court Lunalilo, No. GGOO, An
cient Ordor of Foresters' Friendly
Society, meets to-night at 7 '30
for the purpose of electing ollicors
for the ensuing torm.
Nativo divors htivo offered to
pick up tbo coal lost alongside
the Bonnington yestorday for $5
per ton. It is not likely the oflor
will bo accepted as that figure is
too no.ir the actual cost to Undo
Sam.
Tbo S. L. C. Literary Sooioty
will givo a musical and dramatic
ontertainment in tbo St Louis
College ball, noxt Wednesday
evening. Tickets cau bo had at
tbo collogo.
L. D. Timmons, formorly re
porter on the Star, opeuB his storo
to tbo public today. He is located
in tbo "Waring block, near tbo
cornor of Fort and Borotania
streets, and will make n specialty
of gents' furnishing goods.
(Successor to Olins. Hammer.)
HARNESS MAKER
KlNU AND FOUT BtIIUKTH,
Is prepared to ninnufiiaturo nil kinds
mid untderi of lluml-nuulu JIiirnoBs at
short notice.
i.owknt or ntioiCN rou C1ANII.
All Hirlc wmriuitoml )( he Hiitinfuotory
ItofnM Iciiviiiu tho Hliop, (i-Hm
Your doctoi
will tell you
It la the
enfest diet
for baby
FOK BALK BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Beaver Saloon,
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at AUi nouits.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
LAND AT AUCTION.
THERE WILL BE SOLD ON SAT
J URDAY. Juno 22, 1895. at my Sales
room, nt 12 o'clock noou, tho undivided
one-half interest of Woiik Wn Fon in
thoso premises situated nt Wnikiki, Onhu,
and known as Apaua 2 hi Royal Patent
6878 to Kalaeone, containing nn area or
1 70-100 acres. Also those premises des
cribed iu Royal Patent 8117 to Kamoho
moho, containing an area of 47-100 ncre.
Tho Kalacono premises being leased
to Sung Kwong Wo Co. for 350 a year,
ending November 1, 1899, Tho Knmoho
moho premises being loaned to Y. Anin
nud others at 820 a year.
For further particulars apply to Wong
Wn Foy at Wing Wo Tai & Go., or to
Willinin O. Achi, Real Estnto Broker.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer.
Juno 12, 1893. 23-td
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephone 91.
27-3vns
From Jlie 1st of Julya commodious house
near tramcar route, or center of town. A
iiartly furnished liouso preferred. Address
(1. SI., Independent Ollke.
NOTICE.
WO CHAN, formerly of King streot,
Honolulu, having madp nn assign
ment to mo for-thobonoilt of his credi
tors, nil persons having claims ngaiast
said estato are requested to present their
claims to mo nt my otlico, Qucon street,
jiuuuiiuu, nniuu luuiiucn unjn iruiu una
date nfter which timo uono will bo al
lowed. L. B.KERR.
Honolulu, n. I., Juno 10, 1895.
22-1 It
NOTICE.
WING SING OHAN, formerly of Nuu
1 1 mm street, Honolulu, having made
an assignment to mo for tho benellt of
his creditors, all persons having claims
against said estnto nro requested to pre
sent their claims to mo at my oillco,
Queen street, Honolulu, within fourteen
days from this dato nftor which timo
nouo will bo allowed.
L.B.KERR.
Honolulu, H. I., Juuo 10, 1895.
22-14t
r. C. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
The Hawaiian
SAFE DEPOSIT
ANU
Investment Co.
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Shares of
l'jilii Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
ALSO
Hawaiian Government and 1st
IMoi'lgago Sugar Planta
tion JIoiiiIn.
,m For imrtioulnra apply to
Tho Hawaiian Sofo Dopoeit &
InvoBtmont Uompany,
KIM I'm I NIivkI,
CJ IDS. W
of 9,
Nestles .J
Food 1
lllllllllulll
THE PLACE TO CIO TO
' - - - . !,. y-4J-Wf
is where you have the Largest Stock to
select from and the Greatest Variety of
Prices. Bring in Your Feet and we do
the rest.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Have Just Received a Now Supply of the
-DANISH BEER"
Of the following Brands:
"Gold Label,"
"Munic" and
"Export."
Also, Just to Hand a Largo Consignment of
GENUINE BAVARIAN HOPS!
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO
mromsBa and oralwu a
Groceries, - Provisions -' and - Feed.
New Goodi BeotlTed by Brery Ptclcet from the Kaatem Btatei and Barop
FRESH - OALIFOBNIA . FBODUQE . BY . EVEBY . STEAMKB.
AJ1 Oidtn WlhlallT attended to Mtf gg. nuTertd to u,
Vut of the OitT KBKR.
UtA, OBDBM SoLIOmD. StTUTAOnow QOAIUWTMD
JfcAt"' OOBNBR rOWt AND K1HO BTHBSTB,
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EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE OOMPAISY OP LONDON,
ALLANOE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAW FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS
P O. Box 480.
FOUND
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
, FURNITURE.
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