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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. )., OCTOliEH 8, vl8!)8.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tlw Aiintinlin will Hail tomor
row lit 1 p in. sharp.
Captain John (le Grenvos lins n
personal nolle- in thitt pnpor.
Tho Dlnuiond Ilcntl is now
Iwonty-two dnys out from Nnna
itno. Geo. D. Genr lenvos on tho Ki
nnn tomorrow to nttentl tho Cir
cuit Court nt Kohnln.
Tho bontlilnck utiuul nenr the
police station lms boen bought by
n number of the inlico odjeers.
Cano plnntod on Lntiai bnscome
up in seven dnys. This in said to
bo rotnnrknbly quick germiuution.
Tho Kenubou took to Uainiikun
today 31 Japanese- laborers and
their wives for Honokaa and Ku
Co. G had a colobration in the
drill shod Saturday night. This
was by wny of colebrating tho
victory won in tho afternoon.
Thoro will bo a regular meeting
of Ilnrinony Lodge No. 3, 1. O. O.
F., this ovening nt Harmony llall,
King street. tieo Fraternal Di
rectory. Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions, will occur on Tuesday, tho
dth day of Oetobor, in Central
Union church at 2:30 p. m.
On Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday, N. S Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Ltd., will make a grand millinory
display, embracing tho very Jatcst
productions from Paris, Loudon
nnd Now York.
Mr. Fred. A. Jacobs of W. A.
Jacobs it Sou Pacific Coast Man
agers of tho Germauia Lifo Insur
auco Co arrived hero Saturday in
the Australia. Mr. Jacobs expectp
to romaiu bore for several weeks.
Abo Louisson will leavo shortly
for Paauilo, tlicro to remain for
two or three yours in tho interests
of his health. IIo will mako his
homo with his brother Henry,
who is now comfortably located
on a large tract of laud in tho
Hamakua district onguged in
Bev. Thos. D. Garvin has ro
Biguud ill-4 past irate of tho Chiis
tiau church, which ho founded
hero several yems ago. Begin
ning in a canvas tent ho leaveB
tho chargo comfortably housed in
a neat chapel. Tho society has
also a mission chapel at Kakaako
and missions among thoJapanoso
in Honolulu and Koua.
In this issue- appears tho ad of
tho City Furniture Store, H. II.
Williams nw.uager. Mr. Williams
is an old resident of Honolulu and
has been in business many years.
IIo announces two cabinet makers'
work benches for salo cheap. Ho
has a large stock of furniture in
tho latest designs nnd patterns for
salo at very reasonable prices.
Tho Germnnia Lifo Insurauco
oC New York was ostabliahed
18C0. Its assetB aro nearly
$24,000,000. It has paid to polioy
holders sinco 18150 nearly 38,500,
000. It issues all tho latest and
most liboral forms of lifo, instal
ment, income dividend, endow
ment or bond pohcicB. See its
announcement olsowhero. Mr.
Einmett May has recently assum
ed tho mauagemout of the com
pany on tho Islands.
If you want a uico Bubber tiro
hnck with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable- Hack Stand Tol. 3PJ,
and wo guarantee- you will bo
orr On uuiim.
C. Bolto, of tho firm of M. S.
Griubaum & Co , loaves in tho
Australia tomorrow to transact
certain matters in San Francisco.
His will bo a Hying visit and hiB
calculation is to bo back in Hono
lulu in throo weeks from tho time
Tim XamkPlati: that
Makks Tin: Hjoji-
H. E.WALKER, Agt.
Masonic Temple Block.
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3xr 53$y l J J G
,.. .That tlio Tribune Hlcyelo has been cold In
Honolulu wince 181)3, nnd that every purchaser will tell you that
his wheel now runs as easy nnd gives hlni the same satisfaction an
tho day ho bought It, and thin without expending a ceuton repairs?
Ask Tribune riders about tlielr mounts.
Wo do enameling and repairing, ltlng Telephone 740, and we
will call for your wheel.
E AKIN & WHITMAN,
Telephone 746. PORT ST.
Next to Golden Rule lhianr.
BE K B
3 K 8 H K K H-H H
J 15c. a Copy ! ;
We publish a Monthly List of the latest music out.
COjWE IN AND GET ONE.
ESTEY, KIMBALL AND NEEDHAM ORGANS.
Pianos for Rent. Tuning, repairing and polishing done
by competent men.
6EB6STB0H MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTIiQN
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 2h yard
wide Irish Linen.
A new stock of LINEN TOWELS at SO cents.
We consider this a bargain.
Pillow-case Linen 40 and 4? inches wide.
Huck Toweling 27 inches wide.
B.f R).&S & CO,
As iKiltig 11 good intorext on mi In
vcMinoiil. Sou nro (pilto right In
bellelng ho. Now Jut think n mo
ment nml tonslilcr the aiUlsililllty
of icneuiiig 011r old Ilulr, Tooth,
Null or I'lexh I'.rush, before tho In
1 renco of prite tiikes place, nml mio
IB per eont.
Wo liae antlelp.ited tho change
which iiiiiiexntlon would bring nhoiit
In prlics, nml In eonipqtionco wo
luo lniHirle(l 11 lnrge and complcto
lino of line llrlMlo llniKlics from
UiiHiut,tlic leading maker of l'raiue.
We now proposo to g!o o.ir ciis
tomorH tho IkjuoIU of our purchasing
nt low figures, mid will continue to
koU nil brushes nt tho 15 per cont. re
All Kngllsh, I'roneh nnd Gorman
goods must Increase In price. AmiII
yourself of this opportunity.
Tooth ilrushos from lOo to COe
Null " lOotoSl.25
Hair " 25utoSl.r.O
Hcsh " 25o to 1.00
OVR'GOODS ARE THE FlN-
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
Tim Washington Feed Co. 'Proposed Building,
Cor. Queen and FortiSts.
Importers and Wholcwilo Denlera in
...Hay, Grain, Peed,....
.... Flour, Meals, etc
Our Goods aro Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
The undersigned propose 1'rtetlng
u modern xtme nnd otllcc building on
the liistcrlj corner of King nml AIu
keu street", and Invite the attention
of persons desiring Htores or olllces In
the proposed building to sketch plans
now on (view nt their olllce where
further JKUtleiiliint may bo obtained.
AT.IiKN fe IIOIUXSOX.
Honoliilu,1 August 0, I8')S. l(H)1-lin
" " m " jtp
TTVq liave j-u.t "been, ap
pointed -Augfen.ts fox
. . .Best 5-Ccnt Cigar Made. . .
All Clear Ilavana Toltacco.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Slrccts.
E. W. JORDAN
No. lO ITorfc Street.
A largo assortment of. ... . . .
Center lings, Art Squares, llovorsiblos,
Sofa ltugs, Eancy and Pibro Door Mats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Ilassoclcs, etc.
rapaneso ltugs and Straw Mats,
I'loor Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
Hall Linoloum and Bath Mats.
Marcolla, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Doublo Bod, Throe-quarter anil Smglo),
Olioiipcst 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 Laco.
Also Oroton by tho yard.
E39" Oomo early and got first choico at
E. W. JORDAN'jS,
ISJo. lO Fort Street.