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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2, 1897.
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FUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO.
From the Factories of
ELei iry Clay & Bock & Co.
Corner Port &
. , . , For Everybody:
Tho only complete lino of
MUSIC GOODS !
In the Islands. A few of
our specialties ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
The perfection of art in
CHICAGO COTTAGK ORGANS, Un
equaled in tone, beauty anil con
structions. KKGIXA MUSIC 1JOXES, the King
of all, plays over one thousand
AUTO HARPS, everybody's instru
ment, a child can play it.
GUITARS, wo carry tho celebrated
Henry F. Masu, Harwood and
other makes, from $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &
Cole anil other wcllkuown
ACCORDKON8, the celebrated "Im
perial" ami other good lines.
t& And a thousand and ono other
smaller lnsttiimetittt too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols Co.
"Staii" Brand of
GUITAR, tYOUV ana
Are the bet made. Fee no other.
For all lustrumeuts.
Our stock Is the most, varied to he
found this side of 'Frisco, an. I the
prices the same us you pay in the
All instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tlie mouey savers for you,
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Lewiis Q Co
If a man's dinner is right,
and ho rises from the tabic
conscious that his wife lias
used tho same judgment as to
price that she did iu the selec
tion of the articles disposed of
there can be no indigestion to
follow. Our goods are of the
kind which bring health,
happiness and a fut purse.
Table delicacies are a fad
with us they are bought ho-'
cause we known the average
.tionoiuiuitc is tond ot good
things for the stomach. Our
prices are below tho average
and special inducements aro
offered to cash purchasers. Our
latest importations include tho
best goods obtainabln in t.lin
Copeland's English Peas;
Uod s Koe, Mackerel in Mus
tard Sauce and Cambridge
Sausages in tins are so well
put up that it would be difli
cult to detect tho difference
between them and the same
articles direct from the market.
"Toyssonneau" is a long
name to put beforo Pate but
the combination makes tho best
tid bit ever placed before a
gourmet. These aro goods
that anyone may eat without
fear of indigestion following.
They aro put up in the best
factories m Europe and come
to us in elegant condition.
Lewis & Co.,
A Quiet Shave
Cuu be had at the
Barber -:- Shop
I'Aonrco .fe Fi;nanoi:z.
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A. V. G-EAR.
Telephone 23B. : ; : : No. S10 Klni; 8t.
Subscribe for the Evknino Bni.
letin 76 oonts per month.
A VrSTA OF FASHION.
LEADING FEATURES OF GOWNS PRES
ENT AND PROSPECTIVE.
Among other forecasts of fashion in
tho ono concerning tho curious modo of
tanking tho hacks and fronts of draws
ri tuircrent materials and contrasting
colors. For instance, n hlack satin 1ms
tho back of tho bodiio draped with pink
f.itin matching tho two center breadths
at tho back. This fashion will hardly
prove popular, for it is full of danger to
any ono who attempts it without a per
fect appreciation of tho value of color.
Prospective fashions almost ccrtaiu to
find favor nro shirt waist) in cotton
fabrics, boleros of lace and libbou, tucks
in muslin gowns, sashes and braiding.
Dress skirts have to bo fitted more
carefully than ever. They stand out full
at the back and are of reasonable length,
as yet. thonL'h it is rumnn it tlmt. Inn,-
skirts ate creeping in. Tho newest skirts
nro not k full at tho sides and front.
Some of tf-e lntist .stilts armiulntn
stand out at tho back by means of flexi-
blo btcl.s placed at the hems. Indeed,
wiro and sted have many unaccustomed
uses now. ftol only nro most of tho un-
stniuiiii! collars winil ami a great deal
of tho laco and nriry of the bows, but
come of the sill- b-dein juckcls also.
Oold and silver th;i -id-i play a pinaii
neut uit in most of t he embroideries of
W 1 It'
A V KIIDfvn DKKN5.
tho day, and the ;- Id tiiiKcl Kalloou has
been adapted t) l)lt uliout 1 ' inrli, S
wide, generally ciiniwd in the fiont
with a buckle of soino sort. .Toweled
buttons of all sorts aie jnefen-ed, pnsto
headiuj? tho list, mid thco aro rendered
all the more satisfactory lvcuimo now
mo pairerus aw intfi threaded with col
ored velvet to match tho tone of tho
gown. Bright colors flgn.ro in nearly all
the dressy bodices.
Braiding, eii)ecially black, figures ou
tho cloth and canvns drcsse. Fur iu
narrow strips finds its way on much of
tho laco cmnloved to trim nvnnlitfr
gowns. Whito lace, by tho way, Damo
rasnion considers quite en regie for
trimming far tonnes. Fuvurito lnenu nt
brnsnels or hmutou.
Tiio orerskirt lm4 ntuineil. nlllumr.li
as yet tlicro aro no double i-kiits but a
kiit distinct fiom tho 0110 beneath it
except where it is sewed in at the waist.
It is mado in thin materials black hav
ing tho jiren rcnee, or for ball gowns
white, sometimes embronlcnd, some
times merely edged with a black ruche,
tho newest starting from the knee with
a full gathered tlouuee to tho hem. Tho
most curious freak of fusliumtsthnt the
skirt beneath aro ofti u checked or bro
ended. White frocks and floral tiiuuniugs aie
relegated to the d"lmfuule and other
youthful wonu n. Katin remains a fa
vorito mntenal for brides' dieses and
laco the fieihiouahle giu-uiture. Neck
laces of Marls and diamonds are worn
by brides. Considerable latitude is al
lowed in tho mutter of maid of honor,
bridesmaids, pages, oto. Occasionally
there will be a maid of honor .mil un
bridesmaids. Sometimes tho English
fashion of train bearers is followed.
At a recent fashiouablo wedding tho
brido wore an iroiy witiu gown, with
chiffon yoke. Yoke and waist were out
lined with pearl embroider". Over tho
shoulders w. arranged a long flounce of
silk malteso lace, crossing in front and
falling iu cascades down tho front of
tho fX'i w'.tre it was crmght with
small bunches of orange blosooni. This
bride woro a wreath of otoiilto lilnWms
aud tullo veil. Her train was oairied by
a littlo nephew and niece. The little
girl was dicsflsl in ivory spotted lii-nga-hue
lramiiitf unite fill fiom ul.cn yoke,
with u white felt li.it trimmed with
white pluu.es. The pago wore u Liouis
.v suitor ivory nana trimmed with sil-
IMIDK'H TISAIN IllIAUhltS.
ver braid. Tlio bridesmniiU wnrn il.ilnt..
gowns of ivoty, spotted huiigaline, tho
uomces lasmouen tvltli boleios of hilt
With those dicsws wore worn lmgo
whito huts trimmed -with wlnin ninnu.
Tho biidcgroom'H gifts to Iho brides'-
maws woro jxiarl awnllow brooches and
bouqnota of white lilacs, roses' and oar
PAtiqna, Auce Yabnto.
Now that we have found a
preparation that is a powerful
disinfectant, perfectly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to use and at the re
markable low figure of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
afford to run the risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keen the sewera. cess-tiools
and outhouses in a peifcctly
Any Physician will endorse
what wo claim when we tell
you that nine tenths of all
fevers aud alike illness is the
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of tho
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that they have
such a diongreeable odor. Puii
fine is udmluss.
Don't delay in purifying the
air you daily breathe and
trust to kind providence that
you may escape illness. Now
is the time to commence the
good work, don't wait until
tho dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may bo too lato.
Take time by the forelock.
To bo forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifine in quantities to suit.
Wo are the Sole Agents.
HoIIIster Orug Co.
I Always Get
The Hotel Street Tailors.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR TIIK ABOVE POUT ON
Wcilncsdny, April 7ih,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Tho undersigned aro now piepartd to
is?no Through T'iokets from this City to all
points in tlio United Htates.
tc"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passngo, apply to
WM, G. Ill WIN & Co., Ii),
071-8r- Oeueral Agents.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Lino
Mtcamors of the nbovo Line running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vaucouvor, B. C, nnd Sydney, N. 8. W.. and calling ot Victoria, B. C
Honolulu nnd Suva (I'iji),
-A.S2B 3DTJ-E j&JJ? I-IOiTOXjTJ-XjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sjclnpy unit Sntn, fur Victoria anil From Victoria anil Vancmivrr, II. (J,, (
. .....,u . v. . ... v..
Strar "WAlUtlMOO" Slay
Stmr "MIOWCHA" June
Through Tichots Issued
FitEionT and rABSENOEii AOF.NTS:
,.., -r . , ,
D. MoNicotjL, Montreal, Cnuadu.
Bobeot Keiir, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Striix, Hnn FrnuciBco, Cal.
G. JIoTj. Brown, Vancouver, B. 0.
OceaniG Sleailiiii Co.
Anstraliaa Mail Service.
Far San Francisco:
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Htenm.ihip Company will
he duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland ou or about
A.pril '0, 1807.
And will leave for tlio nliovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney nnd Auckland:
Tho Now and Fiuo Al Stco Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
.A.pril 8, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tSfFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Match 30, 1807 April 7. 1897
April 27, 1897 liny 5, 1897
From Ban Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Ifonutulu.
Mariposa. April 8, "97 I Alameda, Ap29. '97
Moauo, Mny 6, '97 Mnriposn.My 27, '97
1 as Removed to
5204 FORT STREET,
Cluh Stable miUdlng.
ix this cincui r cour r, fiust
Circuit of the Tluwailmi Islands. In
the mutter of the K-tateof ARTHUR
V. VViViiUdOa, lateof Honolulu, ii
caitcd. On n uillr and llllng tho pe
tition of A. V. Ooar, administrator,
praying for an order of sale of certain
rtul estate belongiuir to said estate sit
uate at Wulkaue, Oahu, aud eottliiK
foith certain legal reasons why suoh
real estate eliould be Mild. It Is hereby
ordered, that tho next of kin of the
raid deoeased and all persons Interest
ed in the uld estnte, appear before
tliia Court on MONDAY, the 20tli day
of April. A. D. 1897, at ICIo'cIouk n.m.,
nt tho Court Room of this Court, in
Honolulu, Oahu, then nnd1 there to
show cuuhu why an order should not
ho granted for the Halo of ouch estate.
Honolulu, March 31, 1S97.
Ily the Court:
HKNRY SMITH, Clerk.
Oceanic Steamsbip Co.
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24 Stmr "WAllIUMOO" Atiril IB
24 l Stmr "MIOWE1IA" Mnv 18
24 i Stmr "WAlUtlMOO" June 16
Dimr-fluuiruiA" July is
from Honolulu to Caniulit,
i C2T" For Freight nud Passage and nil
j General Information, apply to
JHEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. L'fJ
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Agents for tho Hnwniian Islands.
fi's mm os
ri I I .u a
WilllonvQ rTonnlnln at in . . i t. .
Lahnino, Slnalaen Bay and M.iljono tho
n...uU ..-j., jiujiunono jvawniiiae and Lan.
nnhoehoe tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho sarao evening.
LHAVinoKor.nLP. Aar.ivis noKOLULU.
Tiiisiluv . . Ai.il r.
liiday April 2
Ttiesilny... April 13
Friilnv. . . A..n o
Fr!r!uv AniHi us
Tnesday...! April 27
7 Tuesday May 4
lieturuina. will bmvn inin t nii..i.
P. M.. tminlltftr. nl Ta.....1 1 .
-., ....H v j,uiuuuaue, Aiann
kona and Knwaijino same day; Mukena,
SUalaeu ltay and Lahaina tho followins
days arriving at IJouoIulu tho nftoruooM
Will call at Poboiki, Pnnn.
CBTNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon ou day of wiiliiif;.
Will loavo Ilonolulu Tuesday at Sr.ui
touching at Kahnlui, Hana, Hamoa and
Kipahnlu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolnln Sunday mornings.
ofS Lm' Kaup-on K wp
WNo Freight will be received after
r. M. on clay of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make chances iu the time of departure and
arrival of its Bteamers without notieo and
It will not bo responsible for anyconse.
quonces arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at tho I.andincs to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it hns been lauded.
jve Stock only at owner'B risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of panbengers
unles,plnced in tho care of Pursers.
Pasheiigcrs aie requested to purchas
tickets beforo embarking. Those failing to
do so wi 1 bo subject to an additional
oliargo of tweuly.livo per oent.
Real Estate Broker.
209J BIcrchant Street.
Uoiiho and Lot, ToxlBS ft., oil No. 71
oung htrect; parlor, 3 hedroome, kitchen
Lot ou Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
Lots on Kinau and Piffcoi streots.
Furnished Itooms within five mlnntesl
walk from tho Post Ofllce. Also other
House on Boretania street, near Piikoi
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
iToue on m.w,i H(r,ct. parlor, several
b6drni.mri. Ltfnlin .... A...i.A. ...i
stable formerly occupied by Hon. W. II.
Savinqs : Bank
Notice is horoby given to Depo
sitors in tho Savings Department
of Glaus Spreckels & Co.'s Bank,
that on and after April 1, 1897,
nil interest on thoir deposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their aeuouuts without giv
ing previous notice, or they may
leave saino in our Bank on call.
Glaus Siuikokels & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
WILLIAM KAMA LI,
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ex
rT Oinrm Smith street, with Samuel
Ivaholoukiilniii Pita, ltesldencoi Palnma.