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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. l., 8EPTEMUE11 10, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
October Deluiuntor uow rendy
for subsnriborn nt Mrs. Hnnua's.
Goo. Williams, tlio bright untivo
lawyer of itiuinkun, is visiting
There woro no snlos on tho
Stock Exchaugo today. For Koloa
SHJU whs bid; Ewu ia quoted ot
Judge Early of Arizona and
young Mr. Moruan of Alabama
viuited tbo Judiciary chambors
Mrs. Alico Rix, special corres
pondent of tho Call, and ber son
return to San Francisco in tbo
Tbo nearest approach to artil
lery seou on tho Executive build
ing grounds theso days is an
array of bicycles.
Former Governor Hogg of Texas
took iu part of tho arumout with
Hnwniinn iuturnretatiou at tho
Circuit Court this morning.
"Father" Muoou hud nu inter
view iu Hepreseutativo'd hull with
Senator Moigau before tho Com
mission opened this morning's
The steamer Mikuhala will leuvo
tho I.I. S. N. Co.'s wharf at 10
p. m. with tho Hawuiiau Com
i mission, otiicials and doctors, ex
clusively, for Molokai.
Goporal Kiug has taken up
headquarters iu tbo Progress
block, Captaiu Lyilijj, Uhief
Commissary, will romam iu tho
Gedgo cottago near tho Hawaiiau
Tho Froo Kindergartens will
open for tho fall toi iu next Mou
day morning at Queen Emma
Hall. Tho Foreign Kindergarten
will also occupy Quoeu Emma
Hall this year.
Judgo Stauloy had tho mixed
jury on tbo Lucas vs. Perry case
charged at noon. This is the
fourteouth day ot tho trial. A. G.
M. ltobcrtson spi-ke nearly four
hours for tho dofendont, uud AV.
A. Kinnoy two and thieo-quuitor
hours fortho plaintiff.
Tho noxt regular mooting of the
Young Peoplo'8 Societies ot tho
city will 1) hold in Kawaiahao
church, Suuday evouiug, at G:20
Tho subject will bo ''Rcpentauce
and Couvorsiou." Mr. D. L. Na
ono is the leador. Tho young
people of tho city are invited.
James Thompson, second depu
ty clerk of tho Judiciary, aud sov
'rnl members of the Bar have ro-
.oivml nn nilvnrtiHinrr return 1)08-
tal card from a law publishing
lmnso in tho States, wUicii uoars
ti, D..lntniinn: "To tho Territory
nt TTnwnii. Grnotinp and Wol-
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;; ';; Hint tho Trlliuiio llleyole lias been sold In
Honolulu ulnco 1893, anil Hint every purclm-tor will tell you tlmt
ills wheel now runs ns easy anil elves liliu tlio muiio witlsfuctloii iih
. i TO.'10 boiiclit It, and this without cxiivtiillni; a ceuton repairs?
AhK Tribune riders about their mounts.
We do ciiitiiicllng and repairing, itliifr Telephone "4(1, nnd we
will call for your wheel. ''
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Telephone 746. PORT ST.
Next to Golden Rule Itaanr.
KutiCrul of Hon. AntonO lli TiiUm
Plurn with Iu Ccrvtuunlrs.
Tho funeral of Hon. Antono
llosa took plnco from the Catholic
cathedral at '1 o'clock yostorday
afternoon. Among thodoad man's
formor brothren of the Bar pros
out, besides those among tho pall
bearors namod in last issue, wore
Hon. Paul Neumann, W. Horace
Wricht and W. A. Honshall
Hon. John A. Cummins, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Boyd and 11. D. Wal
bridge woro among othois who at
As tho coffin a black upbol-
Rtnred ono with heavy silvor trim
mings was carried in and out of
tho church, tho police escort of 17
moh snlutod. After tlio sorvices
.. Joftn F. Colburu assisted the
widow to the first of tho mourn
ors' carriacss. Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Rosa woro in tho noxt carriage
Thoro were eighteen or twenty
carriagos in tho procossion. In
terment wob in the Catholic cerao
tory, King street. Ed. A. Wil
liams was thoundortakor.
There is no Better
AT ANY PRICE
H. E, WALKER
Masonic :: Temple :: Block
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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, KIABALL AND NEEDHAA ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd:
lllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllll Illllllllllllllllll Hl
B -s-Famed for Perfect Fit, Ease and Comfort.
They are similar to the French P. D. Corset. Each
corset marked "7K7".0,.0., which assures its
B.F. CKLCttS & CO,
Ak bolnj? n pood Intcrcxt on nn ln
voitinpiii. You nro qnlto rl(?lit in
belie Inj; w. Now Just think a nio
moiit mill roiiHiilor tho advKililllty
of ri'iiculiiK' your old Ilnlr, Tooth,
Null or l'lesli lirimli, lwforo tho In
crcudu of juice taket Jiliico, nnd mo
Wo lme niitlclp.itod tho cIiiviikc
uhloli miiiexntloii woidd brliif; ulxnt
In Jirhes, nnd in t'onsefiioiico wo
Imvo iniMirtoil n largo nnd complete
lino of lino Ilristlo ISriiHhcs from
I)njHiiit,tho lending; m.ikor of l'mtico.
Wo now jirojioso to nlo o.ir ciih
tonipr.s tho bonoflt of our juirclmvlug
nt low llgurcs, nnd will contliine to
Roll 'H lirnihos nt tho 1C por cout. ru
All KiikIIhIi, Fronvli nnd Gorman
goods must incrcnNO in prtco. Aull
youiolf of this opportunity.
Tooth llruihcs from lOo to fiflo
Null " 10otoS.2.pi
Hnlr " 2Tic to J I.M)
Klosli " i!Tu to 9.1.00
OURlGOODS ARE THE FIN
Gents' Crepe Suits $1.
THEY CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE
TEMPLE OF FASHION'S
Bargain Counter SaleI
ISteSlnuglitorof Gents' Furnishing Goods! Look in
our show windows and see the bargains in plaiiilv-inarked
prices. Pongee Coats, Pongee Shirts, Undershirts, Collars
and Xeckties in all shades and many designs.
SILVA'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Hollister Drug Co,
Just received from the B. F. Gravely's Factory,
j an assortment of their celebrated Tobaccos, including
.whichiis 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,
"" Flue-Cured Plug Cut,""
in 4 and 8 oz. tins.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
,E. W. JORDAN
ISTo. lO Fort Street.
A largo assortment of
Center lings, Art Squares, llovorsibles,
Sofa Hugs, Fancy and Fibre Door Mats,
Hull and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
lapancso Hugs and Straw Mats,
Floor Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
Hall Linoleum and Eath Mats.
Mareella, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Doublo lid, Threc-quartor and Smglo),
Cheapest to Best.
A splendid Assortment in all qualities,
widths and sizes.
Turkish Linen and Cotton.
Turkish Bath Blankots,
Damask aud Huckaback,
fringed nnd hemstitched.
All especially good value
A big choice in Nottingham Lace.
Also Grot on by tho yard.
" Como oarly and got first ohoico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. lO Fort Street.
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