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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMUER 12, 1898.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho MyrtlPB did not hoard nt
tho Arlington this trip. No wou
der tbey lost tho bnmior.
According to present cnlonln
tiona tho City of Columbia will
Bail for Senttlo on Wednesday.
Fred. Torrill, ono of tho '87, is
on a visit to the islands. Ho will
roraaiu threo weeks and perhaps
Jim Kupiho was sent to Oahu
plantation last night after two
deserting pailors. He returned
this morning with both tho men
A reception to Mr. and Mrs.
Brock will bo hold in tho Y. M. 0.
A. hall Thursday ovoninp. Mr.
and Mrs. Brock linvo already
mado a groat many friends in
A littlo girl of nino summers
showed truo sport whon sho in
sisted on golting a Myrtle ribbon
for next Suturdny, saying, ''I'm
not coing to change just becauen
tho Healanis won "
Mrs. S. Koth and family leave
for Onklaud on the Australia this
afternoon. They will bn gone for
a couple of yoirs. M ijor and
Mrs. Bartlott liavo rontod tho
Koth house on Kinau street.
A Japanese ran his bike foul of
J. A. Oilman's carriaun at Hall's
cornor this noon. Bystanders, fear
ing n runaway that did not happon,
snatched two children out of the
carriage Tho bieyclo was smash
ed. Paul Jarrett, stroke of the Ilca
lani junior crow did most of tho
excellent work Saturday oud
James Llojd who c incliPil the
crow, conies in for a lot of credit.
Ho iH undoubtedly tho happiest
man in town.
Tho new locomotive "Recipro
city" took the race excursion train
to tho Peninsula in 1(2 minutes.
"Annexation," another uew loco
motive, took tho return trnin to
town in 30 minutes exclusive of a
Btop at Pearl City.
The United Statps Troopship
Arizona siiled for Manila at about
5 p. ra. Buuday. The following
sailed on tho Arizona: Dr Cor
busier, Lieut Boutt-lle, Lieut Col
Barnott, Liout Junior, Lieut Col
Martin, Capt Evan, Lieut Lanza,
Lieut Wright. Mrs Russell, Mrs 0
MoReove, Miss llnm-al, Miss Las
woll, Mis Gnr'iok.Mr Br Woods,
Mrs Dr Bt-ore, Miss Killian, Mrs
Palm, Miss ltolpli, Mrs Leonard,
Miss Mytho, Mrs Woodruff ami
sou, Mis Alhertina Sehiefer, Mr
Dwight, Mr Cadwell, Mr Leonard,
Mr Kubel, Mr Durst, Mr Tanner.
Itn.e'a Amttrlcuii Cum) ly Co.
Tho abovo organization just ar
rived on S. S. City of Columbia
from Sonttlo, Wash , will appear
at tho Hawaiian Opera liouso
Thursday and Saturday oveuings
of this week. Tho Company con
sists of 11 Metropolitan artists,
headed by tho clover littlo soubretto
Rosi, hotter known in tho States
bb "The California Magnet." Tho
opening play will be the celebrat
ed farce comody "U and I," in
troducing James F. Post, a talent
ed character comedian, and entire
company. Incidental to tho play
a number of high class specialties,
consisting of sougB, dances, quar-
nltoa nnrl mpdlevH will bo OlVOn.
Botweon tho acts Irving Emery's
marvelous moramaoi wur piuiurus
(will oo siiowu, maiiiug uio uuuru
I'lllirnil of J. J. Dlill.
Tho funeral of J. J. Bias, a
prominent member of Lusitana
Society, was held Sunday morn
ing. The body was interred in
the Catholio comotery. A largo
numbor of friends attendod the
funeral, and tho Hawaiian band
furnished music appropriate for
Deceasod was last omployod at
tho Governmont stables.
There is no Better
AT ANY PRICE
H. E, WALKER
Masonic :: Temple :: Block
Cull und Inspect tliom.
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That tho Tribune llleyelo lins been sold In
Honolulu since 1893, ami that every imrehasor wbl tell you Unit
his wheel now runs as easy and ulves hlin the same satisfaction as
I ho lay lio bought It. and tills without expending a eenton repairs?
Ask Tribune rldera about tlielr mounts.
We do unaiiiellnjr and repairing. ItliiK Telephone 740, and we
will call for your wheel.
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Next to Golden Hule Uaaar.
R H H SI H S K K B K "H SI
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, KIMBALL AND NEEDHAM ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
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Famed for Perfect Fit, Ease and Comfort.
m They are similar to the French P. D. Corset. Each
corset marked "VrmDmCfm9 which assures its
B.F. KLttS 6 CO.
AxbuliiK good Intort'xt on nil ln
VGKtineiii. Yon aro qulto rlglit In
bellexlnjj m. NowJiiHt think n mo
nioiit mid cotmtdor tho aiM-.ibllity
of renew hi? jour old Hiilr, Tooth,
Nail ir l'lesli l!nmh, boforo tho in
crenfo of prhe takpH plneo, and t-ao
AVo hae utitlclpatotl tho chango
which niiiiexnllou would bring about
In prices, and In roiieqtionro wo
hao iniHirtcd n largo and inuiil(ito
lino of lino llriNtlo llrnlio from
I)iipoiit,tlic leading maker of Tranco.
Wc now promso to gho o ir eim
tomcrx tho 1'onollt of our purchasing
nt low llgiireH, nndwlll continue to
Holl nil brushes at tho 15 per unit, re
All Knglixh, Kroncli and Gorman
goods must lucrciiKo In prlio. Aall
yourself of this opportunity.
Tooth llrtishcs from 10c to Rflo
Nnll " lno to $1,115
Hnlr " 25oto$l.60
flesh " 21o to $.1.00
OUR'GOODS ARE THE FIN
The Big Sale Still Goes Oa !
SUVA'S FEWIPLE OF FASHION
But this wook elo.sos out tlio
0-I3E3-A.T IB .A. IE3 a--A. I 2ST
To bo found on the Hnrguin Counter.
Sec our windows for ii disjilay of goods and priooei!
Big ilrivu on
I&vdIIEnsnS 1IE3II1J1, IEsC-A-TS,
ill nil styles ami prices. Consult your pocket book nnA
then consult us.
SILVA'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Hollister Drug Co,
Just Received from the B. F. Gravely's Facton,
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,
"Flue-Cured Plug Cut,"-
in 4 and 8 oz. tins.
HOLLISTER & GO,,
IB Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, ti
E. W. JORDAN
ISTo. lOFort Street.
A largo assortment of
Center Hugs, Art Squares, Itovorsibles,
Sofa Hugs, Fancy and Fibro Door Mats,
TIall and Stair Ournots, Hassocks, ote.
Japuncso Hugs and Straw Mats,
Floor Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
Hall Linoleum and Bath Mats.
Marcella, Toilot and Honeycomb,
(for Double Bed, Three-quarter and Singlo),
Cheapest to Best.
A splendid Assortment in all qualities,
.' -widths and sizes.
Turkish in Linen and Cotton.
Turkish Bath Blankets,
Damask and Huckaback,
fringed and hemstitched.
All especially good valuo.
A big choico in Nottingham Lace.
Also Oreton by the yard.
Oomo early and got first ohoico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 Fort Street.