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OTJUtfQ,, .BULLETIN, I$0MBER 10, 1800.
TO t'lUIIT l'Ull CUIIA.
E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
. , , GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves. 8 to 16 Button Length.
Black Gloves with white stitohing.
Colored Gloves with colored stitohing.
Real Reindeer and Kimberly Driving Glovoa.
HANDKERCHIEFS . , ,
The largost assortment of Ladies' White Linen Em-
broidorou. . , . .. ,
Tho largest and best assortment wo have evor shown.
LACES . . i
An Old Honolulu Compositor Itlnkci
Mauy people will reraombor
Harry L. Lyons, for some time
omnlovod aB a compositor on tho
morning pager. Ho loft hero sev
eral months ago and married a
young lady poasossed with inoro
than tho avorago share of this
The following clippings irom
tho Chicago Record forwarded to
the Bulletin are self explanatory:
Harry L. Lyons, a compositor
in the ollice of thoEvanston Press,
is getting ready to go to Cuba to
assist tho island in obtaining its
indopendonce. Ho will start next
week for Florida, and thero await
his opportunity to take passage
Mr. Lyons, who is 25 years old,
wbb born in Evanston, and at
tended school there, but ho has
spent considerable of his lifo in
"seoing tho world." Ho wont to
Hawaii and took an activo part in
tho exciting scenes of tho revolu
tion there. Ho also wont to Alas
ka and through British Columbia
before roturning homo.
Hany L. Lyons of Evau6ton,
who it was roportocl in tuo papers
a week aco would make a start
this week for Cuba, has been in
receipt of a largo number of letters
from young mon who want to bo
taken along. Somo of tho young
men give Mr. Lyons various rea
sons why they are spocially fitted
for such a work. One man had
boon to Hawaii and takon part in
Ex Barkentine Castle
1500 IeuolsLCfcgreiS of
Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
Oc:rxssigrnL3L to -
White and Butter Valenciennes Laces with insertions to
match. . ... .1
Real Malloso Laco with insertions to match.
f Jll $jqk op
p. Da GoesetsI
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Croam Mulls. Something Now.l
tho struggle thero, and liiB soul
was firod with ambition to enlist
in tho cauBO of all tho down-trodden
nations of tho earth. Letters
liavo also been rocoived by Mr.
Lyons from a number of persons
imploring him to look up frionds
nt tlinirR who have crono to Cuba
and who have novor boon heard
from sinco. Mr. LyonB expects to
start for Florida this weok. One
of those who want to go with Mr,
Lyons is Charles H. Thorburu of
G7 Canal street, an employe of a
bicycio firm; another is S. H.
Barrott, a roal-ostato agent at 1G1
LaSallo street. Mr. Barrott says
ho ib "ready to go any day, armed
to tho teeth."
Ordway & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
NEWEST DESIGNS !
FINEST FINISH I
Plain and Figured, all Clors.
8 A full assortment "f Stumped Goods for ombrod-
Co. B'a Mooting;.
BEST QUALITY !
A huge and varied stoc; f Europoan and Japanese
Huge. Stair und Cuniago Carpets. All sizes and
X1AS TOYS .
- . i : :.. l.Mn10 tirtlifiA nnfrnl tVAffOnV.
m nevw. duxtois, shoo ily vulocipodos. push oar tr
doll oi nino?,wnaon8, wheelbarrows, stiok horse oblrflofc
....?, ..11 mmi evxinrta. iiirontlB. ROllOOl' drill'
puub, ii.a;iolmitoris1n complex ossortmont of Rametf,
iin'oliuuic.l I..JI-, Christmas troo ornaments of all kinds?
cossaqnes and bun-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!-
Small toys of every kind.
Co. B, N. G. H., hold a red-hot
business mooting last night, in
which all tho mombers present
agreed that they had boon unfair
ly treated in tno recent bhooh tor
the Marlin trophy. Somo of the
boys said they folt very soro
over tho shabby manner in which
the voluntoors wore treated by tho
regulars on tho day of tho shoot.
Ono or two thought it would bo a
good thing to get in and win tho
prize in tho future, in Bpito of tho
recent exnorienco. and bury tho
Tho following resolutions wore
agreed on by tho Company:
Resolved, That Company B,
having no alternative, accepts tho
decision of tho Court of Inquiry
rogarding tho protest mado nU'eet
ing the shoot held Saturday after
noon, November 28th, 1S9G, for
the Marlin trophy, recognizes tho
technical correctness of said deci
sion, and does most earnestly pro
'teat against tho unjust, unsports
manlike and discourteous treat
ment manifested toward its team
by tho oflicors in cshurgo of tho
teams of tho rogulars at said
Resolved, That this resolution
be spread upon tho minutes of tho
company as a protest against such
Most Complete Stock and the Greatest
LEATHER GOODS . . .
Ladios' purses, storling Bilver mounts, ladies Morocoo'
nnd calf handkerchief bags, ladioa' lambskin and felt
Dorothy bags. .
E. W. JORDAN'S
"1'ni iuc oir At iiiiir.iio."
Tho title of this wollkuown
souc as woll as tho Bonn itself
.emanated from tho brain of au
omployo of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That ontorprisiug firm,
uolioving that a man who could
I'omposo so catchy an air must
li'ivo a largo and woll bnlancod
bmin, straightway raised his sala
ry. Thin has proven to be a good
mnvo on their part as is testified
by the excellent qualities of thoir
boor, which is dispensed over tho
bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Pacific
ami Kojal saloons at tho rato
of Uo glusBPn for 2Cc; half
and half is also uorvod at tho
name price. It is always
fresh and cold and life-sustaining.
Or you can got ono glass of JJut
falo and one of Pnbst boor, tho
lino product of tho Milwaukee
browory. Exchangeable ohooka
good at all tho above-niotitioned
rosortB are givon in ohimgo if you
only want ono drink. "Host boor
ovor in Honolulu," is llio vordiot
of many of our pronijnont olti
all :THE latest novelties imw
NITURE AND HOUSE FUR
"Will be placed in our "Warerboms
at once. Particulars in a few
days ORDWAY & PORTER,
I-Iotel and Be the). Street.