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, EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL .10, 18flo
All tlio New of tlie Ilawullnu ItCinlc
lie Since the Departure of
tbe Steamthlp Gnellr.
ISLAND AND CITY NEWS. 1
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A dining room is never complcto unless
vthere is a Sidoboard to match tho rest of
your dining room Furniture. This piece of
furniture used to bo a luxury on account of
tho high prices, but of late years tho prico
for a good Oak Sidoboard carved in pretty
Fino dinner sots and tho
designs, is in tho reach of tho ordinary man. coUectin ofoddpiccosof pretty
Come early and avoid tho rush. China is a fad that most peo
ple in Honolulu aro guilty of.
Perhaps you havo such a col-"'-'
', lection stowed away in your
I WE SAID SO!
jEXotel Street. "S
In the Rolbinsoii Block on Hotel
Bedroom Suits Galore
Iu Oak, Birch, Curly Maple and other woods that are up to
the Standard iu every particular. Imported direct from the
Factory by Furniture Dealers who are always up-to-date 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, the prico will bo
within your reach.
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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
V" with an Oval Class that is tho
proper thing, and whisper
again, tho prico will suit you
as well as us.
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Nothing sets a lady's room turo of this description,
off as well ns a Chiffonier. Tho
ono we present abovo has a
fino French plate Bovol Mir
ror and several drawers. This
pieco of fuanituro is highly
polished and makes a very de
sirable pieco of furniture in- v
deed. Wo have them in dif- ' 4
ieronii wooas. xiron aim wuk,
however, aro tho most popular.'
tho articles enumerated abovo
our stock is complcto in other
branches of House Furnishing.
For instance, wo havo a stock
of Porticr Curtains to select
from that are up to the limit.
Table and Stand Covers that
will harmonize with your wall
paper and carpets, Putent Cur
tain Poles and Shades that are
warranted to work properly.
Secretary Book Cases.
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Now, we are going to toll you about a hand
some pieco 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 made to fit any sizo book.
At tho top of tho other sido is a lino 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 dmvn when writing and
closed and locked afterward. Below tho desk
are three drawers thnt come in very handy
for holding writing material and odds and
that accumulate about a piece of furm-
. Telephone 6&f.
13olov will bo found nu opitomo
o the nowB of the Hawaiian isl
ands since tbe closing of tho mail
for tho steamship Gaelic, con
densed and compiled for tho edi
tion of the Bulletin to bo mailed
by tho Australia today :
Saturday, Apr. 11th Tho steam
ship Qaolio which arrived off port
on Friday at 2 p. in. was not al
lowed to como in until today ns
sho had a case of small-pox in
tho Chiueso steorago, tho patient
boing a Japaneso who hud board
ed tho vessel at Yokohama. At a
Bpecial meeting of tho Board of
Health, called for tho purpose of
considering tho matter, it was de
cided to land the sick man at tho
pest house. Tho 000 Japaneso
and Chincso in tho steorago woro
transferred to tho Quarantino
Island whero they will remain in
quarantino for eighteen days.
Aftor landing her passengers nt
quarantine island tho Qaolio was
tuoroughly fumigated and allow
ed to corao to tho wharf to dis
chargo freight and take on coal.
All the freight was fumigated by
means of tho sulphur fumaco and
those handling it placed in strict
Tho Supremo Court handed
down a decision confirming tho
judgment and sontonco against AV.
B. Anderson, captain of tho Brit
ish schooner Henrietta, and M.
Connoll, H. AV. Wheeler, J. II.
Brown and Ho "Wai, crow, and C.
E. Galo, pasBOuger, of tho Bnmo
vessel, guilty of importing opium
contrary to tho provisions of Sec
tion 1, Act 12, Provisional Gov
On account of small-pox on tho
Gaelic United States Ministor
"Willis 'postponed his doparturo
until tho lGth, by tho Australia.
Tho Gorman bark IToxglovo, 0.
E. Sooklos master, arrived, having
loft Port Stnnloy Dec. 20
Tho local minstrel tronpo gavo
a second and very successful
formanco at tho drill shed.
Lloyd Osbourno, son-in-law of
tho lato Hobert Louis Stevenson,
was married to Miss Katharino
Durham of San Francisco at
Mountain Yiow by Bov. Alex.
Mackintosh. The coromony was
strictly private ou account of Mrs.
Stovonson's recent bereavemont,
only tho following boing prosout:
Mr. Allon Horbert, who gavo
away tho brido, Mrs. Paul Neu
mann, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Eflingor, Mr. Catton,
Mrs. Bush, Mr. EL. Poor, Dr. and
Mrs. Bussol, Dr. J. J. Armstrong,
Row A. and Mrs. Mackintosh, Dr.
and Mrs. MoLonuan and Miss
ThoU.S.S. Petrel arrived, 10
dayB from Yokohomu.
Sunday, April 12th Tho steam
er Gaelic sailed for San Francisco
at 4 p. in.
Kudolph Spreckels and wifo
and Miss Johffo roturnod to tho
city from Sprookols villo.
Mondayj April 13th Tho stoain
or Australia arrived at 1:30 p. m.
Mrs. Howland died at her homo
in Union street. Site was somo
what over 50 years of ago, nnd
died of gonoral debility.
Fredorick Canflold Lowroy,
father of F. J. Lowroy, Mrs. W.
JX. Castlo and MiBB Nollio M. Low
roy, died of Brmht'B diseaso com
plicated tvith heart trouble, aged
08 yesis. Ho was a nativo of
South Leo, Mass. and had resided
in tho islandB for sixteen years.
Up to about two yoars Biuco ho
waB connected with tho firm of
Castlo & Cooko.
0. A. Brown wob appointed to
tho vacancy on tho Board of
Health cauBed by tho death of J.
Tuosday, April l-lth Rudolph
Sprookols commoncod an action
for tho May term of tho Circuit
(Jourt against the 1'aauhau Plan
tation Company to recover $15,
000 and intorost, being moneys
payable to plaintiff as dividonds
doolarod by defendant on its capi
Tho fuuoruls of F, O, Lowroy
and Mrs. Howland took place nnd
woro both largely attended,
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