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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 14, 1890.
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A dining room is never complete unless
4hero is a Sideboard to match the rest of
your dining room Furniture. This piece of
furniture used to bo a luxury on account of
"4he high ' prices, but of late years tho price
-for a good Oak Sideboard carved in pretty
designs, is in tho reach of the ordinary man.
Come early and avoid the rush.
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WE SAID SO !
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Ordway fc Porter
In the Robinson Block on Hotel Street.
Bedroom Suits Galore
In Oak, Birch, Curly Maple and other woods that are up to
the Standard in every particular. Imported direct from the
Factory by Furniture Dealers who are always up-to-dato and
thoroughly NEXT to themselves on everything pertaining to
house furnishing. You don't make any mistake when you
buy Bedroom Sets from us, and whisper, tho price will be
within your reach.
Fine dinner sots and tho
collecting of odd pieces of protty
China is a fad that most peo
ple in Honolulu are guilty of.
Perhaps you havo such a col
lection stowed away in your
pantry. If so don't you want
to display them to your friends
This you can do properly in
one way only, to wit: by in
vesting a few dollars in a
China Closet. Wo present to
your notice an Oak Frame
with an Oval Glass that is the
proper thing, and whisper
again, tho price will suit you
as well as us.
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Nothing sets a lady's room
oft' as well as a Chiftbnier. Tho
one we present abovo has a
fino French plato Bevel Mir
ror and several drawors. This
piece of fuanituro is highly
polished and makes a very de
sirablo piece of furniture in
deed. Wo havo them in dif
ferent woods. Birch and Oak,
howovor, arc tho most popular.
Now, don't forgot that, besides
tho articles enumerated abovo
our stock is complete in other
branches of House Furnishing.
For instance, wo have a stock
of Porticr Curtains to select
from that are up to tho limit.
Table and Stand Covers that
will harmonize with your wall
paper and carpets, Patent Cur
tain Poles and Shades that are
warranted to work properly.
Secretary Book Gases.
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Now, wo are going to tell you about a hand
some piece of furniture. Not only is this
Secretary Book Case pretty, but it is useful
as well. On ono sido you havo adjustable
shelves that can bo mado to fit any sizo book.
At the top of tho other sido is a fino French
Plato Bevel Mirror, below this is a complete
Writing Desk fitted out with holes, drawers
and other accessories necessary to a well
ordered desk and completed with a folding
shelf that can be let di wn when writing and
closed and locked afterward. Below tho desk
are three drawers that come in very handy
for holding writing material and odds and
ends that accumulate about a pieco of furni
turo of this description.
Work Accomplished r OrgnnUcil Ef
fort at Ltvermore, California.
Livermoiie, March 18. Tho
League of Progress of Livermore
valley was organized on December
11, 1895, with a membership of
thirty-five, which has increased
already to ninety. Tho morabor
sliip is composed of the live, ac
tive business men of Livermore
and vicinity, which assures its
permanonco and well - directed
W.R.Ellis, tho editor of tho
"Herald," and prime mover in
promoting tho league's organiza
tion, is alive to practical affairs for
Tho spirit which prompted the
organization of tho league has al
ready caused tho decayed plank
sidewalks on more than half tho
business streets to ho replaced
with first-chiBs cement walks, and
tho good work is likely to proceed
until the entiro business portion
of tho town shall havo heen thus
substantially improved. Tho
cretiraory projected by tho lenguo
is already doing good work. The
principal avenue leading out of
town has boon lined with orna
montal trees for a distance of one
and a half miles on either sido.
A committee has investigated
and reported upon the feasibility
of impounding the waters of tho
sixty squaro miles of watershed
southeast of Livormoro and bring
ing tho water to tho town and
valloy for municipal and irriga
tion purposes. Tho report is very
on oflort will bo
tho Bchcmo into
mado to push
of Livormoro val
president, secretary, treasurer,
committees and a constitution and
by-laws, to build up, beautify and
dovolop tho Livormoro valloy and
to publish to tho world its resour
ces, its fayorablo location as a
placo of residence, its flowers and
tho grandour of its mountain
This spirit of progross has stim
ulated tho ladies, and thoir inter
est has crystallized into tho Lad
ies' League of Progress, with a
membership of ninety-two, which
is working hand in hand with tho
gentlemen's league, with ovon
moro enthusiasm and well-directed,
THE V. N. 8. VElItKL.
Ono of the Smallest of Uncle Snm'M
Tho U. S. S. Petrel which arriv
ed hero last night, 1G days from
Yokohama, is ono of tho smallest
of Undo Sam's ships. She is of
very light draught and was de
signed for special sorvico on riv
ers. She has been five years on
tho Ohina station.
The Petrel burns either coal or
oil in hor furnaces and uses both.
She 18 of 1000 linrKn nnwnr mill
885 tons registor. Hor oflicors
Lioutonant Commander "W. H.
Emory; Lioutonant N. Sargennt,
Exocutivo Officer; Lioutonant O.
E. Lafllinr. Nnvirfninrr nfKnn,..
Lioutonant T. D. Griffin, Ensign
n. xi. uaiuwen, Jiinsign J. 11.
Syphor; E. S. Donig, P. A Engi
neer; P. H. Bryant, T. A. Surgeon,
and P. V. Mohun, Assistant Pay
master. Tho vassol will remain hero a
weok or ton days and expects to
ho joined by tho U. S.S. Concord,
which was to havo loft Yokohama'
two days lator.
ATTITUDE OF GKIINANY.
Vlrtiinl failure of the nilislon of Dr.
Beiilin, April 4. Tho Mata
belo rising is regarded as a
dangerous development, but it has
not stirred tho Gorman press, in
spite of tho very provalent belief
that tho rovolits not unwelcomo
to those who aro desirous of see
ing tho British forces in South
Africa re-enforced. The Ham
burger Correspondonz puhliBhos
a iquqt irom a writer wlio is
evidently bohind tJao scones, in '
which it is declared that tho mis
sion of Dr. W. J. Leyds, tho
Secretary of State for tho Trans
vaal, so far as it concerned enlist
ing Germany's support of that
ropublic, has failed, and that Ger
many will do nothing, as sho dofes
not dpsjrp toBBBumo a protectorate
over tho Transvaal, As ihe North
asrman Gazette has reproduced
iB statement, it may bo regard'
ed bb official.