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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 31, 1897.
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METHOPOLITAH MAT GO.
108 KING STREET.
Q. J. Wau Makaukb.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Naw Contractor St
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
RING UP 104!
The Central Meat Market
214 Nouanc Street.
For Your Clioicc
Alwnjs on Hand Orders
piowplly nud cnrefull) attend.
' td to. . i
I . By Each Stcauier,
"able .'. Delicacies
A specialty at
(OELLER & CO.'S,
2G Bcrotanla Streol, Wurluc Block.
AST Telephone G80 "a
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
G15 & 517 Fori St., Ilonolulu
P.O. Box 470
Commissioner of Deeds
tale of California.
Having been appointed and commissioned
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and aOlda.
Jo take and certify the acknowledgment or
priW of powers of attorney, mortgages,
trr ters. grants, deeds or other Instruments
A. V. GEAR,
" hone 2 VJ. 210 King Street
fi jneer Building and
,f Loan Association.
jjlsscls July, 1896, $106,54.5.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Hank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses Itnilt on the Monthly Installment
Tb'tfeuth Sories of Stock now open.
A or further particulars apply to
A A. V. GEAR, Socrotary.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
Offle-hoars, 12:30 ItfOPiM. a73-tf
J. S. WALKER,
it Aoent roii Haw wan Islands.
1 Insurant Company.
uce Assurance Compauy.
nee Muriuo and General Ashnraueo
Life Assuranco Company of Canada,
uelma of Madgeburg Insurance Com-
tish Uirlon and National Insurance
11! Sprcckeh Uloek, Honolulu, II. 1.
Gonornl Manager of
w.quitable Life Assurance Society
Ot tho United States for the Hawaiian
Otvmi Morohaut streot, Houolnln.
There is always a desiro "for
chinawaro and the desire some
times" exists in the hearts of
people who feol that they can
not afford to 'buy good ware.
We. havo decided to sell cllinn
to our patrons as cheap as they
can buy in the East, cheaper
than in San Francisco. Wo
aro .making specialties of sets
in decorated or plain china,
every piece pi which may, be
replaced, in the ovent of its
being broken. Our, lino is full
and wo have duplicates of
every piece sold.
The qualit' of tho goods is
not to bo judged by they price,
if it was, the china would not
bo worth toting home.
Teapots, 23 pieces', $2.50
Tea Sets', 32 pieces, $3.12
Tea Bete, 11 pieces, $3 70
Tea Sets, 60 pieces, $1.31
Never heard of such priccaJ
in Honolulu did you?
Breakfast sets should be in
every house. Wo havo them.
25 pieces at $2.73
37 pieces at $1 01
II) pieces nt $5 30
73 pieces at $7 83
These sets aro in three pat
terns, blue, brown or plain,
white. The same for the din
nor sets'. Every piece perfect,
no seconds in the entire stocks
Dinner SetH, 31 pieces, $ 5 11
Dinner Sets, 50 pieces, $11 GO
Dinner Sets, 05 pieces, $12.40
DitiuerSotd, b'i pieces, $15.00
Exact change mado. Tele
phone your orders to 5G.
Von Holfc .Block.
The March number of U1I9 Journal
for the .Student of ttio Public Schools
will be on sale at the Goliikn RULE
Bazaak on MONDAY NEXT. It
will be full of Interesting Article,
Short Storlef , Poems, etc. J.M. WEBB,
A KU.j, MSK OK
1897 Tennis Balis,
Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Received Ex "Alameela."
No. 306 Fort Street.
EVER STOP TO THINK WHY
WE SHIRT SO MANY
MEN? HERE IS THE
Cutting is most
likoly the stage of
nil tho faults of fit aro
orcatcd. By making strong
this 'known weak spot,
our shirts como to
you chock 'full of
fitness and goodness.
ARE YOU THANKFUL THAT
WE HELP YOU TO SUCH
VALUES, AT THE PRIOE
75o AND UP
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
AnlliroimloiiU-rtl KxiH'illll.iii In Mm
North I'nclllc t'oM
Now York, March 12. -rMoiris
K. Jeasup, president of the Amer
ican Museum of Natural History,
has provided funds which will bo
used by tbo anthropological de
partment of tho museum, under
tho direction of F. W. Putnam,
for a systematic exploration of tho
peoples of tho North Pacific Coasts
between tho Amoorvrivor, in Asia,
and tho Columbia, in America.
Three expeditions will bo .fitted
out, whose work, carried on in tho
State of Washington and in Brit
ish Columbia, at Behring straits
and along tho Asiatio Coast, will
coverod a poriod of "G years, Iho
first of these parlieswill leavo for
Washingtou and British Columbia
toward tho end of Mny. It will
consist probably of four men un
dor Dr. Franz Boas, assistant cur
ator of tho lnusouiUj nud will in
elude Hiram I. Smith, assistant
in tho museum, who will have
chargo of tho aichaoologicul in
vestigations. Tho expeditions to Siberia nnd
Alaska, whoso poreonnel is not
yot decided upon, will probably
start this fall and upxt spring ro
spoctivoly. Tho chief objoot of
theso expeditious will be to in
vestigate tho origin and oarly his
tory of the American race, and to
trace its rolutions with the races
of tho old world in tho north.
Tho relations between the Ameri
can and Asiatic peoples have
been a much-discussod problem,
and it is proposed to go ovor tho
ground in a more thorough and
systematic way than has ovor
boon attempted before This is to
be done before tho complotipn of
tho Siberian railway and "other
civilizing influences havo destroy
ed tho pritnitivo conditions now
existent iu Northern Asia.
Supreme Court llet-Ulou-.lIntloii to
Itelimtalo Libel C'tw.
In a unanimous opinion of the
Supremo Court, written by Chief
Justice Judd, tho case of
J. R. Wilson vs. L. A.
Andrews, Sheriff of Hawaii,
is remitted' to the District Court
of South Hilo for further proceed
ings. This is on tho appeal of
plaintiff on a point of law. Wiso
for plaintiff; Littlo for defendant.
Fourteen creditors proved
claims amountiug to SIG.OS'l.&l
against E. R. Hendry, a volunta
ry bankrupt, and John Lucas was
elected assignee to act under
S. K. Kaue, a creditor of do
cedont, petition for lottors of
administration to himself on tho
estate of E. Holekunihi, of Haiku,
Maui, who diod intestate. There
is real proporty of S'JQO valuo, but
porsonal proporty is unknown.
Paul Noumaun, attorney for
plaintiff, gives notico of motion
to reinstate J. E. Gomes, vs. Ha
waiian Gazotta Co., libel, on his
affidavit that tljo default under
which it was dismissed was caused
by his unavoidablo detention at
Wniluku as counsel iu tho Japa
nese murder caso.
By tho steamer Miowora, tho
Criterion Saloon recoived a large
consignment of the celebrated bock
beer, browed by tho Spattlo Brow
ing and Malting Co. This is the
iiret buck to make Us appearance,
aud is a biuo indication of better
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House,- 151 Fort stroot,
from ,$1.00 per week up.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, grn
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
logo, 1892. Masonio Tomplo.
Plpnty of Seattle book boor on
tap atUho Lourro saloon. Don't
forgot tho number, U08 Nuuanu
King Bros, havo just recoived a
pow lot of tissuo pnpor, window
nolos, sash rods, artists' materials,
picture frames, oto.
.Meohnriios' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Torms: 26
and SO cents per night. $1, and
Sl.25 por woek.
With a largo lot of goods just
recoived by tho Australia and
Amy Turnor, tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorito Universal Stovos and
Ranges. Somo sizes woro sold as
soon as sot up, but another sup
ply has boou ordoied.
wiintr: a.mhihann cami
In Quality Excolled by None.
'-'.' .y :lU:
T V J . I biT
gBrt l oirwa
Atlantic Red Engine,
Espooially adapted to Centrifu
gal Muchinory and High Spood
For Cylinders, jto.
For Steam Plows.
For C.ir Boxes, oto.
Wo carry tho following line
manufactured by tho OLIVER
BROTHERS' PLOW WORKS:
The C.& C. RICE PLOW,
Sizos C to 10 in.; made for light
cultivating and all ordinary uso.
Sizes G, 8 aud 10 in. ; for extra
12 and 14 in.; for breaking and
53C Thppe Plows, niiulo ox
prusbly for us, 1110 well braeod,
strong, light, and nio tho rcHtilt of
caretul study of plantation nouds.
They hnvo mot with universal
approval whorevor usod. '
ALSO A NEW LOT OF
Which you will find conve
nient for making quick
KA L 1
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LIKK and 1-TIKE
Nev England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
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LEWERS & COOKE
....DEALEHS IN ....
Paints, Oils and Glass
Wall Paper, Mattings,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fori Streot, .... Telephone 20i
Wm, G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, - President nnd Manager
Olaua Spreckols, ... Vice-President
W. M. Giffnrd, - Socretary anil Trensnror
Thoo. O. Porter, ... Auditor
AGENTJ OP THR
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANOiaCO. OAIi.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Qnccn struct, Ilonolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Aettcultuml Company, Onomca Sugar
Company, Konomu Sujtar Company, Walluku
Company, HaleaVala Ranch Company, Ka.
i Ranch." Planters' Line San Francisco
rackets, Chas. Brewer & Coa Line of Boston
Packets --Agents Boiton lloinl ofUnderwrlteis.
Aueuts Philadelphia Boad of Underwriters.
twr or omcKRst
P C Jones, Presidont; Gnorgo H Robertson,
M.inagor; E F Bishop, Treasurer and See
return Col. W FAllon, Auditor; OitCooU,
II Wiitcrhoube, A W Cnrter, Diroctors.
H. J. NOI.TE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALti nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day 3 2.00
Per Week .., 12.00
Bpaclol 2exxt-a-3T SRataI
The Host of Attendnnco, the Beet Situa
tion and the Finest Menls in this Oity
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. near Thomns Square
Ho me-Made BREAD,
Cakes : and : Pius
8fflQ"Sorvo(l Fresh Evory Dayi
H. F. SINGER,
TolophoDO 872. Solo Prop'r.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
jB i c i JesZ jEEj Ltvi iu I
Hotdl street, near Fort.
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of all kind.,
f& Tho Finest Imported and Homci
1 To Store otf Nuunnn streot.
i Lot on Mnjjailne Hill, lOTxSW Itet.
commanding au excellent lcw of the city
a Lot on Hackfcld street, 80x100.
4 -A Choice Hesldence on I.uualllo street,
hnvlnx nil modern ImproVLmcnts.
5 Kotir Mouses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, rll rcnttd at a monthly rental of 1 104.
This propert) Is -M0 feet on l'anchbonl strce,
ultli n depth of '.'J.' feet ruimlnj to the drill
Kroiinil or armorr. Kith a froutajju on same
lor 4 or ft more tottacts. The central loca
tion of the procrty makes it most avallabla.
0 A Flue itisldence ctntrally located,
contalntm; IS rooms. Lot UOxiiOO ft. Tw
small cottages on the lot hrlugiuf; In good
7 A Oorcmodlous Residence on Hasslnger
street, flttt'il with all modern conenlencts. Or
will tratlo lor suburban iiroperty.
8. A House and Lot on ounc street.
'J Homo and Lot corner Victoria and
llcretnnla strict, opposite Ihomas sijuaie,
houtciontnlnsli rooms .
10 House and Lot on Yoting street nc
tho residence ot the Ue Mr Hjde. Lot
110x140. llouso eoutnlnt eight rooms.
II rearl ( ItiPropert)
IJ UcslMblo Tract of Ci'lTec Land on Ha
waii. 13 A niont DeKirablo Homo on Tlmrston
nTCiuio, Large fjrotiiids nnd leautlful How
er gurden; lionso furnished throughout 1
hnril woo J with nil latost iinprovemenU.
I.xcellont iow ot tho city nnd ocean, an
ouo which cnunot bo cut otf.
1 1 A Largo Lot nnd Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding an nn
obHtructed view of tho city nud harbor. N
choicer robidoncc is to bo had iu the city
oven by tho most fastidious.
IS A Nun House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, balb, tuitent W
C, servants' quarters nud stables. One block
from car line at I'unahoti.
10- Only 1 or those Lots left near Kameua
inchasehool. 17 Two Houses and Lots on Llllha strtt,
18 A House (tad Lot on'Alakca street.
1V-A Reaullftil littlldlnir Lpt at Kallh.l,
190x20a, cleared, lenced and water hid Oil.
i0 A (Icutlv flnplna Lot on Thurston
avenue, 'JlOtl'JS, having a frontage on Hrcn
street of I0" feet, and commanding a bird's
eje view of the tlty and harbor
'.'I Klcgant Uinth Property irt Wnlklhl.
'ii Iluuscnnd Lot on Peterson Liue, Pa
Iainu. House contains (1 r"oras. Lot "VxflO.
'.M Dwelling House of 0 rorms, lilted wfth
all modern conveniences Lot 1-5x110,
Situated at Palama.
24 Vacant Lot on Walklxl Koad, lOOxllb.
23 House and Lot on Nuuauu UaU
House contain1' eight furnished rooms.
Very convcnlentlj located near tho business
center of the city.
20 Elegaut Residence at Punahou. llouso
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot IooxJoo, ulecly planted with fruit and
2712 Suits of Furniture completo and
tho rental of the most dcsirablo and cen
trally located Lodging House in the city.
28 Pineapple ltanch 26,000 fruiting
plants, COO limo trees, 60 Avocado pear
trees, peach trees and Alfalfa crop. Two
Dwellings, barn, etc. An Al investment,
SO A Lodging llouso on Fort street on
ststlng of twenty furnished rooms, all occu
pied by lodgers. A bargulu for the rH;ul
Notice: Can Negotiate Loans on aiy ot
the above property for purchasers desiring
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of the valat.
Hawaiian Business Agency,
210 King street nnd 207 Merchant street.
To My Patrons:
It gives mo tnuoli pleasuro
to nunounoe tlmt Mil. M. R.
COUNTER, ono of tho most
skilled vvutchmTkors ovor in
those lsliuuls, is now managing
my repairing department. No
watch is ho complex in its
mechanism hut wo can give per
fect satisfaction in correcting
the ovils to which uutclicsuro
hoir. Watchos aro delicato
tilings to Imudlo. Wo guarantee
that thuy will rocoivo uo injury
at our hnndB and will leave
our storo in perfect roj'ftir.
E. A. JACOBSON,
607 Fort 8treet.
XINQ AND hODAND STnEtTS,
Tho celebrated ENTEitpniSE
TiF.r.n uii .Draught mid in
G02TSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quoon stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
For tho Enuino Table iu tho
way of all kinds First Class
HAY, G-RAIN 0 FEED
Are on salo by the
WASHINGTON FEED COlT
138 Fort St. Tol. 422.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
fitook Hroker. Tiro nnd Life Insurance.
Campbell lllock, 200 Merchant Streetr " j- ,'il
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