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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOUER 12, 1898.
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LOCAL AND GENE
Tlio City of Peking Bails for
Ghiua aud Juyau at mid-night to
night. Strangers arriving on tho Mari
posa and Poking consult Wants
in today's Bulletin.
Tbo regular meeting of Mystic
Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., will bo
hold this evening. Soo Tratorual
Directory on Pago 2.
Henry Viorra nppeared on the
stago at tho Kickapoo show last
night as n Chinaman. Tonight ho
will mtiko up as a negro.
Tho W. J. Lowrio caso iB up in
tbo police court today. A largo
number of natives and others aro
up from Ewa as witnessos.
In tbo police court Hub morning
two children woro sont to the flo
formor school, ono for disobedi
onco to parent9 and tbo for truancy-Andrew
Olson iB a through pas
senger in tho City of Peking. Ho
is n gunnor on bis way to Manila
to join tho Olympia. His laBt
sorvico was on tbo Iowa.
Captain Miluor of tbo S.S City
of Columbia has appealed to the
Supremo Conrt for Judge Perry,
awarding SlOOOlamagos to Bussoll
Colegrove againBt tho ship.
Tboro will bo a special mcoting
of Lodge lo Progress No. 121 A.
and A. 8. Bito this ovening at its
hall, Masouio Temple. Work in
third dogroe. Sojoruning and vitit
ing broth rons cordially invited to
Marshal Brown has entered suit
on tho bond of "W. J. Coon, charg
ed with opium in possession, for
appearance in tbo Circuit Court to
which ho appealed from tho Dis
trict Court." Tho bond was for
S1000 and Coon failed to appear.
His sureties aro Wm. Larsen and
Goo. Hawkins, and 8500 has been
paid on tho boDd.
Mr. l'rooman, formerly purser
or tho lvio do Janeiro, is now pur
ser of tho Oity of Peking in placo
of Mr. Joromo. Nowspapor men,
postal clerks and all who havo
doalincs with pursers aro very
much pleaeed at tho change for no
moro obliging purser tlian Mr.
Freeman, travels on tho P. M. S.
In St. Andrew's Cathedral at
7:30 o'clock last night MiesBortha
Smithies and Jamos Sponcor, both
popular young Hawaiians of this
city, wore united in bonds of holy
matrinlony, tho Bov. Alox. Mack
intosh officiating. Mies Mary
Smith was maid of honor and Mr.
Edmund Stiles, best man. Messrs.
Stiles and Lionel Hart wore ushers.
Tho church was well tilled.
Tbo coromony over, tho bridal
party, rolativcs and a number of
intimato friends, repaired to the
future homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Sponcer, tho Fernandez cottago on
King strcot. Thoro a delightful
supper wns served aud music by
tho Quiutotto Club serve! to
highor tho enjoyment of tho occa
sion. The parlor whore tho brido and
groom stood to receive congratu
lations, was decorated with whito
asters and marigolds. In tho
room back of this woro displayed
tbo presents sont in by frionds.
Among thoso was a handsome set
of solid silvor spoons, the gift of
tlie omcora or tue i. i. a. n. (Jo.
Monday ovoning whilo tho boys
woro practising out of tho baseball
grounds eomo rascal or rascals
clovorly succeeded in gotting
away with a littlo gold and, quite a
sum in silvor.
Boforo leaving for tho field, tho
uoys rorgotto turnout tuo boyB in
tho lockers and tho courso quenoo
was that thoy found tho pookols of
their pantaloons rifled on returning.
Lots For Sale.
At WalkikiTlio OUrlcli Farm. Ainplo
8 8 50X100
V ' " $500.00
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Watch the Blue Streak !
Mcl'arlaud wins tbo ono mile National Championship,
with Kimble third, at Indianapolis Ausrust 13 both on
Eimblo wins tho two-milo National Championship at
Indianapolis August 10. Timo i minutes 5 seconds, break
ing tho world's record by 8 seconds.
At Greou Bay, August 17, Froemao wins tho one half
muo protessional, Kimble second, Mcl'arlancl third. All
(8 II II
The Blue Streak is the Wheel !
Wo huvo thorn, onamelod black and robin's egg blue.
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Next to Golden Itulo IJu.nar.
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EXPERT PIANO TONING and REPAIRING.
ESTEY, KIABALL AND NEEDHAM ORGANS.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
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IN CALICO, GINGHAM. AND WOOL. B
Big Reduction in Prices,
TO CLOSE OUT THE LOT.
B Large assortment of designs in narrow and wide
EMBROIDERIESJjust received, and for the first time
B.F. H),ttS k CO,
An lx-lug a good Intercut on nn In
vestment. You nro qui to right In
believing so. Now Jut think u mo
wont nnd consldor tho nihlmlilllty
ot ronewinn your old Hair, Tooth,
Nnll or l'luhh lirush, boforo tho In
crenso of price taken place, anil mo
Wo have anticipated tho change
which annexation would bring almnt
In prlcos, and in conKcrtionro wo
have Imported a largo nnd I'oniplcto
lino of lino Ilrlnt!o JlnHies from
Supont,tho leading maker of I'miico.
AVo now jiroposo to glvo our ciih
tomorH tho bonoflt of our purrhaslng
at low figures, and will continue to
soil nil brushes nt tho 15 per cont. re
All English, FroncH and Gorman
goods must lncroaso In prlco. Avnll
yoursolf of this opportunity.
Tooth Brushos from- lOcto COo
Nnll " 10oto$1.25
Hair 25c to $60
lHosh " 2.r)0 tof3.00
Our Goods are the Fin
Hollister Drug Co,
Upholstering and Mattress Making
in all its brnnchoH.
Matting, Lounges very ohe-ap, Couches for Ladies'
Dresber any size at Reasonable charges. Office
Desks, Billiard and Pool Tables recovered. . Awn
ings and Tents made to order.
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
10 Improved Lots, with Desirable
1 entire block, unimproved, as a
whole, or in subdivisions.
2 Desirable Kapiolani Park Beach
Apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 Kfnp; street. Telephone 2J6.
E. W. JORDAN
ISTo. lOFort Street.
A lavgo assortment of
Center Rugs, Art Squares, Rovorsiblcs,
Sofa Rugs, .Fancy and Pibro Door Mats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
Japaneso Rugs and Straw Mats,
Eloor Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
,v Hall Linoleum and Bath Mats.
jtfarcolla, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Double Bod, Threo-quarror and Single),
Cheapest to Best.
A splendid Assortment in all qualities,
widths and sizes.
Turkish in Linen and Cotton.
Turkish Batli Blankets,
Damask and Huckaback,
fringed and hemstitched.
All especially good value.
A big choico in Nottingham Lace.
Also Oroton by tho yard.
" Come early and got first ohoico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
"No. lO Fort Street.
Apply to H. K WALKr.lt,
1032 Masonic Touiplo.