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EVENING BULLETIN, .APRIL 80, lflk
WHO SAID SO-'?
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Ordwav & Porter
All tlie Xeni of Honolulu mid the !!
nndi Since the Lnat Moll Left
In the Robinson Block
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Bedroom Suits Galore
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In Oak, Birch, Curly Maplo and other woods that arc up to
tho 'Standard in every particular. Imported direct from the
Factory by Furniture Dealers who aro 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 bo
within your reach.
Secretary Book Cases.
A dining room is never complete unless
there is a Sideboard to match the" rest of
your dining room Furniture. This piece of
furniture used to bo a luxury on account of
the high prices, but of late years tho prico
for.a.good Oak Sideboard carved in pretty
closigns, is in tho reach of the ordinary man.
Come early and avoid tho rush.
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Fine dinner sots and tho
collecting of odd pieces of protty
China is a fad that most peo
ple in HoiTolulu aro 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 notico an Oak Frame
with an Oval Glass that is tho
proper thing, and whisper
again, tho prico will suit you
a well as us.
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Nothing sets a lady's room
ofFas well as a Chillbnier. Tho
one wo present abovo has a
fine French plate Bevel Mir
ror and several drawers. This
piece of fuanituro is highly
polished and makes a very de
sirablo piece of furniture in
deed. Wo havo thorn in dif
ferent woods. Birch and Oak,
however, aro tho most popular.
.Now, don't forgot that, besides
tho articles .enumerated abovo
our stock is complete in other
branches of Houso Furnishing.
For instance, wo havo a stock
of, Portier Curtains to select
from that are up to tho limit,
Table and Stand Covers that
wiU harmonizo with your wall
paper and carpets, Patent Cur
tain Poles and Shades that are
warranted to work properly.
Now, wo aro going to tell you about a hand
somo piece of furniture. Not only is this
Secretary Book Case pretty, but it is useful
as well. On ono sido you have ndjustablo
shelves that can bo made to fit any size book.
At tho 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 down when writing and
closed and locked afterward. Below tho desk
aro three drawers that come in very handy
for holding writing material and odds and
ends that accumulate about a piece of furni
ture of this description.
WE SAID SO!
Hotel Street. rci
Ordway & Porter, '
Efc. Telephone 645,
Following is an opitomo of tho
principal hnpponings in tho Ha
waiian Islands since the depar
ture o tho last mail by tho Aus
tralia of April 16th. Only such
matters as will bo o interest
abroad aro soloctcd and theso aro
givon in condensed form.
April 10 Tho annual public
installation of tho uowly olected
Y. M. 0. A. officers took placo at
the hall in the presonco of a largo
number of people. Tho ofljeors
installed wero: A. B. AVoodjPresi
dont; "W. I. Warriner, Vico-Prcsi-dent;
AV. A. Love, .Recording
Secretary; E. A.Jones, Treasuror;
H. P. AVichmau and C. B. Biploy,
Tho Legislature adopted a joint
resolution that no now bills bo
introduced aftor April 550th.
April 17 At a mooting of tho
Baseball Leoguo for 189(5, II. M.
Whitney, Jr., was elected pro
sidcut and J. H. "NVoodohouso Jr.,
secrotary and treasuror. Four
clubs aro in tho Loaguo thiH year,
Viz : Stars, Company E., lldno
lulus and Kamohamohas.
Tho bark S. 0. Alien arrived
from San Francisco, 1-1 days out,
and tho brigantiuo "W. G. Irwin
sailed for tho samo port with n
cargo of BUgar valued at 12,078.
Mibs Lillio Hart, daughter of
Judge Hart, was married to Fran
cis Gay of Makawoli, Kauai, by
Eov. Alex Mackintosh. Tho coro
inony took placo at tho rcsidonco
of tho bride's father.
Tho barkontiuo Planter, Dow
mastor, arrived from San Fran
cisco, 13 days out.
April 18 L. K. Puahi brought
suit agaiiiBt Quoon Dowager Ka
piolam to recovor S2701.00, bal
anco claimed for services as de
fendant's business agent.
Ohiof Justico Judd ontortaincd
tho a mombors of tho' Hawaiian
Society Sons of tho American
Revolution, with their wives at
his rcsidonco this ovouiug and a
very onjoyublo timo was had.
Theo. H. Davics troatwl the
children of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral Sunday School to an excur
sion and picnic ntllornond Grovo,
and afterwards ontortaincd tho
older mombors of tho congrega
tion at his rcsidonco at Craigsido.
Barkontiuo S. N. CaBtlo arrived,
15 days from San Francisco.
Tho bark Albert' cleared for
San Francisco with a cargo of
sugar valued at S87,l(i8.'10, and
woighiug 2,344,239 lbs.
April 19 Tho bark Ceylon ar
rived, 26 days from Nanaimo with
a cargo of coal.
Uov. Dr. Dillo dedicated tho
First Mothodist Episcopal Church
of Honolulu and. proaohod a pow
erful sermon on tho occasion.
Mrs. Sarah Mitcholl, wifo of
"Wm. Mitcholl, died suddenly,
aged 29 years, and 7 mouths.
April 20 TJ. S. Consul-Gon-oral
and Chnrgo d'Affairos of tho
logation horo paid an official visit
to tho Minister of Foreign Affaire
and af torwards to tho U. o. S. Con
cord. Tho conaptain of tho Concord
also paid his re8poct3 to PrcBidout
W. H. Smith, an Amorican car
poutor, aged 54 years, died of
Tho trial of Juliou D. Huyno
on tho charge of being a publio
uuiBauco was takon up, tho defen
dant having rocovorod from his
rocont illness. It r6sultcd in Iu'b
boing found guilty and fined S100.
An appeal has beon takon to tho
Tho wadding of Miss Sarah
McLoau Hardy, daughtor of Judgo
Hardy of Kauai, and Warron O.
Gregory of San Francisco took
placo at Liliuo, Kauai, on April
2()th,ltov.H. Isonborg porforniing
tho coromony. Tho hrido gradu
ated from tho Univoreity of Cali
fornia in 1893 with high honors
and hriH since beon a profosBor in
Wollcsloy Collogo. Mr, Gregory
robidoH in San 1 rancieco and ih a
member of tho law firm of Chick
oring, ThonniB v Grogory.
ThoGorumn bIiIii II. F. Ghulo
arrived, after u quick nassago of
116 dnyB from Lfvorpool,