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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 21, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Reg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Red
room Sets, Rattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Talks and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Room Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porticr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 526 -TELEPHONES Mutual 646
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Furniture $P Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOK
Qoldoii O-ate :Flou.r,
Fort 3e Q,ixeerL Streets
P. 0. UOX 18 1
PACIFIC GUANO &
0. N. WILCOX
J. F. HAUKFELU
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALTHI boing completed, we aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Bnftcial attention clven to Analysis
All Goods are guarantee 1 iu overy retpect,
For further particulars apply to
Paoific Guano & Fertilizer Co.,
DK. W. AVEHDAM, ManaRer.
Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
-MUTUAL TELE. 407
Secretary and Treasurer.
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
h'olls by onr Agricultural Chemist,
VINEST IN THK WORLD.
Tho Now Astor Hotel Will Bo Far
Buparior to the Waldorf.
' New York, Mnrch.3. Among tho
many iuturc.tiii tlcMtrjin at the
I toutli auuual exhibition of tho
Architectural League, now boing
I hold at tho Fine Arts building, is
the original deigu for tho now
1 Astor Hotel to Inbuilt nt tho cor-
nor of Thirty-fourth stroot and
Fifth avotiuo, ami adjoining tho
i Hotol Waldorf.
j Tho dosigu has uot boou acooptod
I by tho milliouairo landlord, owing,
it is ssiil, to a tower in tho coutor,
which ho has instructed tho arohi-
I toot to rotnovo. John Jacob Astor's i
I idea is to liavo tho groatost and (
' graudeit hotil in tho world. Dainc
I located in Him PBiiio block with Wil-
t l'ani Waldorf Ators hostolry, tho
I Waldorf, tho younger oousiu has
j docidfd to further aggravate tho
Btrained family relations by m:iking
J his now structuro superior in overy
! way 'to its neighbor.
i Another idea m to liavo larger
I rooms than tho. of tho Waldorf,
i Tho interior decorations are ordered
to surpass those of any structuro iu
I existence, and tho plans for the no-
I commodation and entertainment of j
ouiriiii iiiimuuu ii'Uiiu i Dili' inuu
without any clash are also a feature
of tho construction of tho now build
ing. Tho hotol will front on Thirty
fourth R trout and will hfcvn n iliuith
of 350 feet on that stroot. The main
uiuiiiK-ruoiu win mini on ruin
aveuuo aud will have a seating cap-1
.oil? l.r mn,, lugu pmto
MISS VANDERBItiT ENGAGED.
New York. Gossips Report She Is to
Marry John W. Mackay, Jr.
New YonK, March fi. It was re-1
portiul to-daj that Consuolo Van-j
derbilt was to tnarry John W. Mac-,
kay, Jr. Mrs. Willie K. Vaudorbllt I
aud hur family aro to sail for Europe '
to-morrow, but whether the an-1
uouncemeut be tnauo otncialrj or
uot, it in agroed on as cortain that
the eldest daughter, Cousuvlo, will
loare her heart bohind her. Mr.
Mackay has been assiduous and de
voted iu his attentions to Consuelo
Vnnderbilt for some months. For
tho nast six weeks, however, his at- or u,, Sovvp-ttm-tontlons
havnbfou particularly no- fCt U1L k O "!.
ticeu. AHS3 vuuilorlmt is most re
tiring iu manner, and prefers, when
in public, to occupy as incnnspi-
cuous a position as possible, but nt
a recent tnoater party given in lir
honor by Mr. Mackay alio sat iu the
box iu tho place of honor and then .
it was first whispered among hor
intimates that n wedding would
shortly occur which would join to
gether two of tho Lost known Ameri-,
cau families. j
Now that tho war of tho rovolu-1
tion is over, it is tho duty of ovory !
mau to support the existing form of '
government. Although things may ,
not move with that cordiality that
would ensure au overlastiug peace, '
still they may bo allowed to subside
into that intliflbruneo without animo
sity that would allow either party j
to work out thoir best interests. All
things considered it may be for tho
best, but time, tho only arbitrator iu i
such caes, must alone decido that
James T. Stewart is a Plumber aud
will do your work in good shape
and at figures that will give you
James T. Stewart,
15 Bethel Street, Houolulu.
l.'y'lVt'f jrirnitl 0 J ' -"M"llb
Dr. Lleblg's Invicorator the greatest re
medy for Seminal Weakness, Jioss of Mill
hood and Prlvato Diseases, overcomes Pre
matureness and prepares all for murrhiKU
Ilia's duties, nleasurei and rpsnonsllillltlci:
i $1 trial liottlo given or tent free to any one
describing symptoms; call or address -100
Oearv HU, private entrance 1V Miinoii St.,
I Ban FrHrnilurn lt.S.tlv
I MARSHAL'S SALE.
JL tion Itsaed out of tliu
1) strict Court.
on the utn tiay oi .Marcn, A. J) 1W5.
against I.ftii Cbong. defoudant, In favor of
a. j-crnaimez, lHHintiu, ior tne sum oi
I ?lf5.08, I have levied upon and shall ex- I
pose tor saiti at mo rouce station, in tne
District of Honolulu, Island of Oaha. at I'J
o'clock of SATURDAY, the 20th day of
April, A. D. im, to the hlKhost bidder, all
, 111111 UCIUIll,4D. ... UUU ,U .t(U lUIIUtlllJ
property, unless tald judgment, ;intres',
costs aud my expenses be previously paid.
List ot property for sale:
All the right, title and interest of tho
raid Lau Chonp, defendant, In and to that
Certain Lease ol those Four Tracts tf Land
situate at Pawaa, from L. McCully to Nln
Fong Wal Co., dated December illst, 1888,
and recorded in Liber II on paces -'13, 2H,
JI5 and '.'HI.
(. For further particulars see W, 0.
Acbl, attorney for the plalntlH'.
Mfc- Terms Cash In U S. Uold Toin.
E. (5. HITOHCOOK,
Marshal ltepubllaof lUwnll.
Houolulu, H. L, March L'O, lb'J5,
DUUINU MY ABSENCE FUOM THE
country Mr. Cboy Cheo will act for
mu under mil power oi attorney,
11 awl, Kobalu, Hawaii,
'Ths Best Coiset in tba World
for the Money."
j AA of Thom I
LUUIl (U lllOiii !
Tafee Them Home !
Try Them On !
i And return them if they don't
These Corsets are made in
btylc to fit and suit everybody
it and si
Tlcy ,.,, ,n fort ,.g,vl!11
different styles and range in
j price from L to $5 per pair.
Ask to see the Extra Long
Waist Soknrttjc for $2.25.
They can't be beaten.
If you can't get Corsets
long enough, remember you
1 can get the Sonnette with
Should you want a
with Rexu Whale
Anyway come in and
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the Honolulu market)
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate.
Jewelry iu special designs
manufactured to order on
P. 0. Uox 287.
Jose Do Espinto Santo,
Taro Patch & Ukulele Guitars
Madu of Hawaiian Wood.
iou run aiteei. uppHsiio tiuu oiiiuies,
i -rTlrk TT , .Tm mlTI -.
iMURP'UAN'P Tftll AD
Fine CaBsImeros, Sergos,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT, NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- 10 Nuuanu Stroot.
MIlltTY-FOUU VOLUMES OK THE
Scleutlllo American, lHiS-lb'.H Inclu
sive, well-bound, are for sale cheap Ap
ply at this office. 12S5.1W
Houses For Rent
J Cliy Houses, Seaside Houses, Peninsular
(Paarl Harbor) Honses
At Special Kites. Furnished or Unfur
nished. Building Lots on Long Lease
In Desirable location at WAIKIKI.
A Holel on Nuuanu Avenue
- Information furnished and bouses
opened for Inflection nt any tlmu.
17t tf (Juecn Street.
Beach Residence !
FOB BENT, LEASE or SAI.K.
SITUATED IN' KAFIOLANI PABK,
next to residence of Jan. It. Castle, it
for Kent, snw or Sale; Himlshed or un
furnUh'd. Also, for Sa'o or Lease
4 Acres of Good Pastore Land,
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
For further particulars, apply to
Dlmond DIoolc, King street.
Let or Lease 1
A Very ConYenient New Cottage
On Wlldr Avenuo (near Fensacola stroot),
with all modern Improvements, Ser
vants J loom. Carriage House,
Sables, Etc., Etc. Also
LABQE PABTUBE FOB HOUSE.
Alio, Family Hon ud Oarrlige For Salt
For particulars, Innttlre on thjre-
raises, or of
1. .M. UUUM'.l.
NEW COTTAGE OK
Ijiirpn Ltit nlrntv lnlil (int.
For Halo, hoiuo Verm, ami
llancliiR lluckott. Also Carriaise Horse.
ll-lw It. I. 1,1 1,1,1 :.
Yoiiiik tairo on
street. Apply to
BOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND I10AKD
fur a few pereoni cau ho
had at Ilanlwnl, on the Wul
w. b. HAKTi.Krr,
CotliiLU. all niodorn
Improvement'), with Stable, tt
Darn and r-ervaulK' Itooiu 10
on premises, on Klnutl street, one block
from liorMJ-curs. or iianlrulars apply to
N. S. SAHH8,
125'J tf MO Fort street.
rpHE "ALMACOTT vn K
I X at the terminus ( the
tramcars, Watklkl. 1.01 has J
a frontauu on the vea Milt-I
able for hathlng pumoH's. Tho House is
' commodious, situated on a well Improved
i lot rontaliiiiiK Fruitnnd Ornamental Trees.
For particulars liuiu ru of
ia.lm (i. i:. BO Alt DM AN.
' X premiers sltuMo on tho
i east Hido of tho old Mbklkl
i rdavcround. formorlv otcu-
iilt'd bv A. Uartcnberir. Ki
i iiiKS are modern and commodious and thu
I spacious grounds aro Uid out In fruit and
ornamental U('f s. asy terms to n deslra
I blu tenant. For fur Hilt particulars please
I apply to BKUOK OAU'lWJliaHT.
rrv Ifl t ttt V"Av Oaerliwsnr
C-ntpunii' $om ratlt t
ttcotnptlM nttrniteit io.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
Ofllco with C. D. Chaso, Bare Deposit Build
lug, ICK1 Fort Street. Telephouo 181.
(IT Tho Collection of Government Bills
u specialty 1275-tf
The Daily llulletin, 60 cents per
month, dtlhtrtd hi carrier.
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