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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTlSMliEIl 22, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
There-"Will bo no meeting of tho
Commissioners of Education this
Wing Wo Chun & Co. are built!
ing a wnrehouBoexlousionot brick
to tboir storo iu Nunanu stroot.
Jobn Holt, who bus boen in
San Francisco on ft vacation, is
oxpoctcd back on tho next Aus
tralia. Thore will bo a mooting of tho
lioard of Directors of tho Myrtlo
Boat Club at tho usual placo thiB
Tho Tomnlo of Fashion has on
exhibition a fino disploy of
Valises. Tboy aro being sold at
crcatlv reduced prices. Securo
A noedod sian baB boon placed
at the around ontranco to the
money order, postal savings bank,
recistrv and parcels branches of
The PaciBo Hardwaro Co. have
for sale hygienic rofrigorators and
Philadelphia lawn mowers. Each
compartment of tho refrigerators
is romovablo for cleaning.
William Foster, who formorly
had a haruoss shop horo and eat
in tho Legislature of 1887, is pay
ing a visit to Honolulu. Ho has
lived on the Coast about ton years.
Prof. Frank W. Jacobs an
nounces tho opening of his studio
for tho cultivation of tho voice
and artistio singing on Emma
street opposito High School
Not many nights ago Officer
Toma arrested at W. W.Uiraond's
place, Kuliouou, an escaped Japa
nese laborer. Tho follow had
heard that tho polico wero aftor
him and had blackened his faco.
Some Japanese women on Ewa
plantation find tho gathering of
kiawo beans for foddor mora
agroeablo and profitablo than work
in tho fields. They may bo seen
with onormous packs of their
pickings upon their backs.
Ewa plantation has recently had
its offico ro moved to more spacious
quarters. Messrs. Murdoch and
Abrams have room, light and air
now to make them tho envy of tho
clerical fraternity iu town. The
plantation storo has also beon en
larged. PurvoyorEckardtof tho Queen's
hospital declares that tho publish
ed roporU of injury inflicted on a
little girl by her mother aro great
ly exaggerated. Tho roport in
this paper was from official
sources. For tho hospital register
tho child gavo her name as "Pa."
Conductor Jock Moguiro of tho
0. It. & L. Co. griovos moro over
tho loss of his mustacho than that
of his money i n doing tho boat
races. He lost that part of his
good looks ogaiust Charlio Gray's
whiskers, but by tho appearance of
the now crop ho will bo sorry the
longer for his money.
VOU.NO HAWAII A1IUOA1).
MvilnU for Hwliiinilnir Won. In Califor
nia by II, A. Wltlrmitn Jr.
Although tho prize feats of
swimming done by H. A. Wido
mann Jr. wero duly recorded at
tho timo in tho local press, they
now assumo a fresh zest from the
exhibition, at tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s store, of tho gold med
als thus won by tho young Hono
luluan. Ho is a son of Judge
Widomann. His swimming reo
ord in California is presented to
viow with tho medals, thus:
"World's amatour champion
ship, Lurlino Swimming Club,
August 18, 1898-25 yards, '12 4 5
boo.; CO yards, 28 1-G sec; 75
yards, 42 sec.
"Pacific Athlotio Association,
Amateur Athletic of tho United
States, 1898100 yords, 1 ra. G
sec; 75 yards, 42 sec, 50 yards, 29
There is no Better
AT ANY PRICE
H. E, WALKER
MasonIc :: Temple :: Block
k -l Call and Inspect thorn.
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Tlmttlio Tribune Blcyelo lias been sold In
Honolulu slnco 1893, nnil Unit every purchaser will tell you that
his wheel now runs as easy and elves him the same satisfaction as
ihe day ho bought It, and this without expending a centon repairs?
ask -iTiiiuno riuers about their mounts.
We do enainollnir nnil rniiiilrlnir.
will call for your wheel.
King Telephone 740, and wo id
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Next to Golden Rule Bazaar.
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1 5c. a Copy !
We publish a Aonthly List of the latest music out.
COME IN AND GET ONE.
ESTEY, KIMBALL AND NEEDHAM ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0Ltd.
--Famed for Perfect Fit, Ease and Comfort.
They are similar to the French P. D. Corset. Each
corset marked "7"-CBC'-v which assures its
Bf CHECKS k CO.
As being n (?nod Interest on nn In
vestment. You nro qulto right In
believing so. Now Just think a mo
mont nnil tonslilor tho advisability
of renewing your old Hnlr, Tooth,
.ntl nr It'lobli 1n.ili luifnrn Mm In.
crciiso of price takes plnco, mid save
A. COYNE. J. MEHRTEN.
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
Wo lnue nntleliHited tho chiingo
which imuexiitlon would bring nbout
In prices, mid In consequoneo wo
hnvo inijiortod n lnrgo and complete
lino of fino Ilrldtlo Itrnxlics from
Dupont, tho lending nmkor of l'mnco.
AVe now proposo to glvo our cus
tomers tho benefit of our purchasing
nt low flgtiros, and will continuo to
soil nil brushes nt tho 15 per cont. re
All Kngltsli, French nml German
goods must lncronso In prlco. Avnll
yoursolf of this opportunity.
Tooth lirushos from lOo to OOo
Nnil " 10oto$1.25
Hnlr " 25o to$l.r0
Flosh " 2')0 to f.1.00
OURlGOODS ARE THE FIN
Cor. Queen and Fort iSts.
Importers mid Wliolcsalo Dealers In
...Hay, Grain, Feed,....
Flour, jtfoals, etc
Our Goods aro Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
The undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store and olllce building on
the litstcrly corner of King and Ala
kea streets, mid Invite the attention
of persons desiring stores or olllccs In
the proposed building to sketch phttm
now on view nt their ollleo whero
further .particulars limy bo obtained.
ALLKN & ROBINSON.
Honolulu, August 30, 1898. 1003-lm
Hollister Drug Co,
"7Te Ib.a,-ve 3"u.fct "toeern. sup
poirLted. -A-gferrts for
I HOLLISTER & CO.,
, licst 5-Cent Cigar jtfndo
. All Clear Havana Tobacco
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
E. W. JORDAN
3STo. lO Fort Street.
A largo assortment of
Oontor Rugs, Art Squares, lloversiblos,
Sofa Rugs, fancy and Tibro Door Mats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
Japanese Rugs and Straw Mats,
Floor Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
Hall Linoleum and Bath Mats.
Marcolla, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Double Bod, Three-quarter and Single),
Cheapest to Best.
A splendid Assortment in all qualities,
widths and sizes.
Turkish in Linon and Cotton.
Turkish Bath Blankets,
Damask and Huckaback,
fringed and hemstitched.
All especially good valuo.
A big choice in Nottingham -Laoo.
Also Oroton by tho yard.
13 Oomo early and got first ohoico at
No. lO Fort Street.