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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
OhnrlcB Bon is slntcd to tako
charge of Bishop ifc Go.'s savings
bank to bo opened tho first of tlio
Liout. Turner of tho Engineer
Corps, Camp McKinloy, was a
blaBsmato of A. V. Gear in the
ITrilnnrnlli rt flnlifrtfn?n
C. L. Hawloy, who loft on the
Valonoia yeetorday, is n banker of
Salt Lake City who camo to Hn
waii to look ovor tho banking
Thero will bo a rohcareal of the
Y. M. 0. A. amatour orchestra iu
tho association hall at 7:30 o'clock
this evening. Evory member is ro
quested to bo present.
It is reported that Mr. Pearson
of Pearson Sz Hobron will aBsumo
tho management of tho Hawaiian
GbzoUo Company on tho retire
ment of Mr. Ballentyne.
The Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society will mpot at tho
housoofMr. W.W.Hall tomor
row, Friday evening at 7:30. A
full attendance is doairodas an
interesting program is anticipated.
Tho annual reports will be dis
Some moons ago tho Bulletin
gave vent to a complaint that up
per Miller fltroet, near tho Portu
gucso church, bad boon loft in an
unfinished stato with hugo bowld
ors protruding. It is found that
tho causo of complaint is stillun
touched by the ltoad Supervisor.
The- ladies of tho lied Cross np
preciato tho privilege that has been
granted them in doing their work
in camps, and na tho omurgoncy is
passed, they tako this opportunity
of thanking thoBo who ho kindly
assisted them by thoir tirao and
In a New Bli.
Paul R. Holm, tho onorgotic
and obliuing young man who wns
in tho Hawaiian Cyclory for a
long timo, has taken an iutorost
with his cousin in tho U. S. Cyc
lory at Camp McKinley where
tho two aro doing a rushing busi
ness. Mt. Helm regretted very
much loavinc his old omployors
but tho work in the now place in
which ho had interested himself,
grow to such proportions that tho
atop was necessary.
Mr. Helm goos into tho now
vonturo with tho praises of his
former employers following him.
F. J. Cody of Minneapolis has
been given his place. Mr. Cody
is an experienced bicyolo man.
Ceil a U Lucky.
Ueda, tho Japanese who cut one
of his countrymen with a knife a
short time ago, has reason to thank
his lucky stars for tho man whom
ho assaulted, in placo o dying as
it was supposed ho would, is on
tho streots again with his head in
bandages. Tho chargo that hung
over Uoda's head has boon ohangod
now to that of assault with a
Tho Hawaiian is tho only week
ly paper in Honolulu. It will ap
poar tomorrow greatly improved.
A feature will be a comploto opi
tomo of all tho news of tho week
written especially for itself. Thus
it will bo tho handiest and most
readablo local newspaper for send
Meolmnica' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nunanu streets, lodging by
day, weok or month, 'forms: 26
and 50 cents nor night. $1, and
$1.25 por weok.
American Messenger Borvico.
Masonio Tomplo,Tolephono 444.
Honolulu MessongorServico do-
livors messages and packages
The Namk Plate that
H.E. WALKER, Agt.
Masonic Temple Block.
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That tlio Tribune Jtlcyclo lias been sold in
Honolulu bIiico 1803, and that every purchaser will toll you that
IiIh wlieel now runs as easy and elves him the same satisfaction as
the tlay he bought It. and this without expending a cent on repairs?
Ask Tribune riders about their mounts.
Wo do enameling and repairing. King Telephone 7-10, and wo
will call for your wheel.
E AKIN & WHITMAN,
Telephone 746. FORT ST.
Next to Golilcn'Rulc lluzaar
K H B H H K K H H HH 8
I 15c. a Copy! j
We publish a Aonthlv List of the latest music out.
COAE IN AND GET ONE.
ESTEY, KIMBALL AND NEEDHAA ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
BEMSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
WE INVITE YOUE ATTENTION
to our large variety in IRISH
TABLE LINEN, with NAPKINS TO MATCH.
If you cannot find Table Linen wide enough to
cover your round table, come and inspect our 2 yard
wide Irish Linen.
A new stock of LINEN TOWELS at $0 cents.
We consider this a bargain.
Pillow-case Linen 40 and 45 inches wide.
Huck Toweling 27 inches wide.
Am being a good Interest on an In
voxtiuoiil. You nro mlto right In
believing no. Now Just think n mo
ment und consider tlio advisability
of renewing your old Hair, Tooth,
Nnll or HohIi lirush, beforo tho In-i-rcnso
of price takes place, and save
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
Tim Washington hi Co. I Proposed Building,
Cor. Queen and Fort iSts.
Wo have anticipated tho change
which annexation would bring nlmnt
In prices, and in consequonco wo
havo Iniportod n largo and complcto
lino of lino llrlfctlo IlruMicH from
DniKint, tho leading maker of Franco.
Wo now proposo to give our cus
tomers tho bonoflt of our purchaHlng
at low figures, and will continue to
coll all brnslios at tho 16 per cent, re
All English, Fronch and Gorman
goods must lncroaso In prlco. Avail
yourself of this opportunity.
Tooth finishes from. lOo to OOo
Null " 10oto$l.SS
Hair " 25otoJ.f.O
Flosh " - 25o tofl.00
OURlGOODS ARE THE FIN
Importers and Wliolcsalo Denlers In
1 Tjiy, G rnin, reeil, ....
Flour, Meals, otc. .....
Our Goods aro Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
The undorHlgiied proposo Erecting
a modern store and olllcc building on
the Knslerly corner of King and Ala
kea streets, nnd Invito the attention
of persons desiring stores or olllces in
tho proposed building to sketch platm
now on vlew at their office wliero
further particulars may be obtained.
ALLEN & KOIUN.SON.
Honolulu,! August 30, 1898. 1003-lm
Hollister Drug Co,
v e nave j"u.et oeen ap
pointed .A-gferrts for
. . .Best 0-Cont Oigar Matlo
. All Clour Havana Tobacco
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
E. W. JORDAN
iSTo. lO Fort Street.
A largo assortmont'of
Oontor Rugs, Art Squares, Rovorsiblos,
Sofa Rugs, .Fancy and Pibro Door Mats,
Ilall and Stair Oarpots, Hassocks, otc.
Japanese- Rugs and Straw Mats,
Floor Linoloum, Oil Olotli,
Hall liinoloum and Bath Mats.
(for 3)onblo Bod, Threo-quartor and Single),
A splondid Assortment in all qualitios,
widths mid sizes.
Turkish iu Linen and Cotton.
Turkish Bath Blankots,
Dauiiwk and Huckaback,
fringed and hemstitched.
All ospooially good value.
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. . . A big choice in Xottingham Laco.
. . .Worth inspection.
13?" Oomo early and got first choice at
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