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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 7, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Judge Rnlua is putting up iu a
cottngo at tuo Queen hotel.
TLoro will bo no mooting of tho
Bonrd of Health this nftornooa.
Tho S. G. Wildor is alongside
tho Mauua Lon nt tho lutor-Island
wharf taking on sugar.
Tho Arizona will haul in along
sido tho Pacific Mail wharf somo
timo this afternoon.
Arrangements for the football
concert aro booming along. Jamio
Wilder will bo ono of tho at
tractions. Mr. Carl Klemmo is giving all
his timo to tho Tivoli at Waikiki.
It is fast becoming ono of tho fav
orite Waikiki resorts.
Palaco walk will soon be widon-
ed. Negotiations aro now pending
for tho acquisition by tho Govorn
mont of certain proporty.
Ohiof Justice Judd will ontor
tain tho Hawaiian Society of tho
Sons of (lie Amoricnu Involution
at their residence Saturday oven
ing. Mrs. Charles Pedorson under
wont a vory serious operation at
tho hospital this morning but,
thanks to tho skill of tho physi
cian in charge, sho camo out all
Tho membors of tho Amateur
Orohestra aro requested to meet
tomorrow, Thursday evening, at
7:30 o'clock in tho Y. M.O. A.hall
for rehearf al. New music will bo
taken up and a full attondanco is
Tho Mauoa road just abovo Pu
nahnu Colleco is uow closed. Mon
aro busy at work grading. It is
necessary just now to travelabout
throe quartors of a milo in tho
Punahou pasturo boforo reaching
tho upper part or Manoa roau.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Mr.
Yarndley will be at homo cottage
cornor Emma and Berotania atu.
to moet pupils and arrange hours
for lessons and to auswor in
person all communications
through telephone, No. 80G, from
9 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. rn.
General Merriam gavo ordors
this morning to Captain Messer,
military coniuiaudrr of tho Ari
zona, to havo all available cargo
space in tho ship crammed with
coal, and mako ready to sail for
Manila immediately after tho ar
rival of tho Australia.
The (lurvn to the Front.
"Tho Eaglo" bocame an Amori
can eaglo on flg raising day, not
withstanding tho fact of it annex
ation by "Tho Queou." Theso aro
matters of history, lho Queen
Hotol, and in connoction with it
Tho Eaglo HouBe, are being par
tially refurnish and refitted, and
will undertake several specialties.
A notably clean kitchen, sanitary
conditions throughout, prompt
and polito service to guests, tho
freshest and host food supplies on
tho market, reasonable pricos
right through tho boom, then a
first- class restaurant department,
a Sunday meal's department on
bohalf of tho busyladios of Hono
lulu, and a lunch dispatch dopart
mont on behalf of tho business
men of tho city. W. K. Assbill, a
graduato of tho Kontucky Univer
sity, and later President of tho
Columbia Christian College of
Kentucky, has bocomo proprietor
of this popular house.
D. J. Camarinos will rccoivo on
tho steamer Australia a big in
voice of dolicacics, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozen Oysters (tin and
shell), Apples, Qrapos, Figs, Lo-
mons, Puro OHyo Oil, Dry
Frnit, etc., oto.
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 319,
and wo guarantee you will bo
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.Tliattho Trlbuno Illcyclo lias been sold In
Honolulu slnco 1893. and that every mircluwcr will tell you tlint
Auk Tribune riders about tlielr mounts.
his wheel now runs as easy and gives him the same (satisfaction as
lho dny ho bought It, and this without expending a centon repairs?
Wo do eiminellnir mid rntmlritiir.
will call for your wheel.
King Telephone 740, and w 0
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Telephone 746. FORT ST.
Next to Golden Rule Uiiaar.
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Fiftih.n np Tumi Aiuuvrn on the
"S. N. Castm:" poii
H. E. WALftEB
Masonic :: Tamnle :: Block
Call and Inspect tlioin.
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The Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
ure in stating that their store is complete in every depart
ment, and is the finest in the Islands and the equal of
any on the Pacific Coast. They carry a complete stock
of musical instruments, musical sundries and sheet
ESTEY, K1ABALL AND NEEDHAA ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
BERGSTROM MUSIC OO.f Ltd.
in iiiiiiiii iiiiiiim in in mi m
Great -:- Reduction
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
Or fir am die
Former Prices 30 Cts a yd.
Present Prices 20 Cents.
B.F. RJUER8 & CO.
Am bolng n pood Intercut on mi In
vestment. You tiro qulto right In
believing no. Now Just think h mo
mont mill consider tho mlvlsalilllty
of renewing your old llnlr, Tooth,
Nnll or Klesh Iirnsh, boforo tho In
crenso of price takes placo, mid sao
16 iHr t-oiit.
Gents5 Crepe Suits $1.86!
THEY CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE
TEMPLE OF FASHION'S
Bargain Counter Sale!
Wo hno anticipated tho clmngo
which nnnexntion would bring nliout
In prices, mid in cono(iionco wo
luuo Imported ii large mid complcto
llllo of lino Hrlstto IlriishcM from
Dniiont, tho lending maker of l'nuico.
We now proposo to glo o:ir cus
tomers tho bouoflt of our purchasing
lit low figures, and will contlnuo to
soil all brushes nt tho 15 por cont. re
All Kngllsh, French mid German
goods must Increaso In prlco. Avull
yoursolf of this opportunity.
Tooth llrushcs from 10c to COe
Nnll " lOo to $1.25
Hnlr " 25otofl.G0
FIohIi " 25o to $.1.00
OURlGOODS ARE THE FIN
Big Slaughter of Gents' Furnishing Goods! Look u
our show windows and sco tho bargains in plainly-inarkci
prices. Pongco Coats, Pongee Shirts, Undershirts, Oolluri
and Neckties in all shades and ninny designs.
Hollister Drug Co.
SILVA'S TEMPLE OP FASHION,
SOMETHING NEW I '
Just received from the B. F. Gravely's Factory,
an assortment of their celebrated Tobaccos, including
which is the finest and most expensive Plug Chew
ing Tobacco manufactured in the world. Every
leaf hand-brushed and carefully cleaned.
Also their well-known Smoking Tobacco,
S" Flue-Cured Plug Cut,"v
in 4 and 8 oz. tins.
H0LU8TBR & CO.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
E. W. JORDAN
ISTo. lOFort Street.
A largo assortment of
Oontor Hugs, Art Squares, llovorsiblos,
.' Sofa Hugs, .Fancy and Pibro Door Mats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
Japanese Bugs and Straw Mats,
Ploor Linoloum, Oil Cloth,
Hall Linoloum and Bath Mats.
Marcolla, Toilet and Honeycomb,
("for Doublo Bed, Threo-quartor and Smglo),
Cheapest to Best.
A splendid Assortment in all qualities,-
widths and sizes.
Turkish in Linen and Cotton.
Turkish Bath Blankots,
Damask and Huckaback,
fringed and hemstitched.
All especially good value.
A big choico in Nottingham Lace.
Also Oroton by the yard.
K Oomo early and got first choice at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. lO Fort Street.
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