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EVENING BULLETIN, APKIE 7, 1B96.
liMUILATUIlE IN 'SESSION.
. On or about May 1st we
will move into our new quart
ers, corner of Hotel and
Bethel streets, three floors will
bo used to carry on our ever
increasing business, and we
will open with the finest stock
of House Furnishing Goods
ever imported into this coun
try. Our Showrooms will be
so arranged that you can tell
exactly how a set of furniture
looks when it is set up in your
own homo; Booths will be
furnished complete with Par
lor Suits, Dining Room Suits,
Bedroom Suits, etc. Our Din
ing Room Furniture will bo in
sets with Bric-a-brac to match.
Odd pieces to match almost
any set can almost always be
had. Nothing sets off a dininjj
room us prettily as one of oui
Combination Sideboard Chin
Closets. Our Bedroom Suits will
comprise Plain and Quartered
Oak with French Beveled
Mirrors, Plain and Curl
Birch, plain Birdseyo Maple;.
Mahogany, and Enamel and
Gold, and wo have Combin
ation Wurdrobo Chiffoniers to
match. A pretty Combination
Secretary Bookcase is a handy
piece of furnituro to have
around. These goods will be
direct from tho fuctory and
the very latest designs. J f wt
don't happen tb have exactly
what you want in the furniture
line, expert mechanic-- will
mako it for you and satisfaction
guaranteed or no sale. We
mako a specialty of Cedar
Our Repairing Department
is complete in every particular.
First-class Upholsterers will
mako your old mattress look
now, furniture repaired at your
own homo if desired, Matting
and Carpets laid by experts
with dispatch. Special atten
tion paid to Renovating Par
Ourstock of Portier Curtains
are tho finest ever brought to
Honolulu. Wo have Table
and Stand Spreads to match.
Patent Spring Shades, Cornice
Poles, etc., are littlo things
that you will need in furnish
ing your home. Wo havo a
complete stock. Our Hair and
Spring Mattresses mado to
order have a reputation in Ho
nolulu for fine workmanship
and durability. Honolulu peo
ple, can we do anything for
you, do you want anything in
the furnituro line, it don't make
any diil'erence what it is, come
to us. Wo can accommodate
you and will guarantee satis
faction in every particular and
at prices that will meet with
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Comer Hotel and Bethel
K Furniture -
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Ordway & Porter's New Quarters.
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: - Dealers
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Streets, Honolulu, H, I.
Thirty-Seventh Day, April G.
House op Representatives: YES
TERDAY ArTERNOON'S SE8910N.
At 1:30 tho House continued
consideration of tho Appropria
Iu the Postal Bureau aftor
much debnto tho Horn of $4200 for
salary of secretary was cut down
to S3G00, and provision mndo for
a record clork for four months
Uudor tho hoad of Bureau of
Publio Instruction tho item of
$2000 for tho institution of
manual training in schools passed
aftor somo opposition from Bop.
A motion to raiso tho item of
$12,000 for taking tho next census
to $15,000 was lost; as also ouo to
mako it $13,000. Tho item pass
ed us in tlw mil.
The item of $15,000 for repairs
to school hnilfins wns out rlnwn in
$12,000 and placed in tho Depart
ment ot x'uoiic Worlis.
A favorable report was rocoived
from Iho spocial committoo ou tho
bill of A. B. Loobonstoin of $587
for furnishing maps and tho item
Senate Bill 17, concerning tho
Supremo Court, passed tho third
House Bill No. 10, allowing tho
importation of kcrosono for fuol,
also prosed tho third reading.
Senate Bill 22, rotating to pri
vato ways and wator rights, was
laid on tho tablo' to await a sub
stitute bill which will abolish tho
oflicoi of Commissioner and put
solo jurisdiction in tho Courts.
Rop. Robortson then introduced
tho (substitute- bill, which was
read by titlo and roferred to tho
THE Y. IU. C. A. OIlCIIESritA.
I" rot; ram for !ip Concert on Tlmra-jju-
Tho society event of tho week
will bo tho concort of tho Y. M. O.
A. orchestra on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Turner and Professor Ingalla
will furnish vooal splps and "V. A,
Lovo and "W. M. Keogh inslrur
inontal one6. The full program
is given below:
a Grand Maroli ,
b Musical Drown Jbonuinn
String Quartette iu O major Gomor
First Violin, II A lsenberc; second vio
lin, W A Lovej viola. W M Keogh)
cello, Wray Taylor.
Jewel Song, from Faust :.. Gounod
Miss Aunis Montague Mrs Chaw
0 erturo Bridal Rose I.avallo
Song Lovely Spring
Prof A B IngalU.
Violin Solo Sonata in D; Haydn
W A Lovo,
SougI Wns Dreaming Juncker
Miss Annis Montague.
Clarionet Solo. Motto,
W M Keogh.
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Y M O A O March Wray Taylor
Aii Enterprising Concern.
Tho Hawaiian News Company
is one of tho largest established
firms in Honolulu. For nearly
twenty yoara thoy huvo conducted
a gonoral stationery, newspaper'
and book business and hayo, of
lato years, added to thoir variouH
linos, pianos, organs, minor
musical instruments gonorally and
many uovoltios found only in tho
stationers, stores of tho larger Am
Appreciating tho voluo (to tho
public) of information relative to
timoly topics, shipping, tho niovo
mont of vossols, ot cetera, thoy
havo orccted in front of thoir
plnco of business on Merchant
street, twp largo bulletin bparda.
which aro consulted daily by thou
sands of people, Tho tact dis
played iu this direction is on a
par with tho samo qualification
utilized in tho gonoral conduct of
thoir busiuoHB. Any poriodical,
book or nowspaper, iu whatsoovor
longungo it may bo printod.is pro
ourablo of tho llawaiinn News
Company by making application,
and, if not in stock, will bo prompt
ly sunt for, Somo of tho boat inus
it!ul tnlont iu Honolulu hns with
iug but uiiHtintoil praiso for thoir
iiiiihIcuI hiHtrtiiuontH, Holuulod earn,
fully ffom Hii(lnnl juukoH and id
priuerf whiph dpfy pojupoijllun.
Hucuoaa hiiH crowiitil (ha offortu pf
()i Hawaiian Now Co, In pupil
Iwinph of tlioJr ImihIpiw,