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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OOTOUER 24, 1898..
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Presidont Dolo will return to
town on Fndny.
Exooutivo officor 0. B. Reynolds
leaves for tlio Molokai sottlomont
Under By Authority in to-day's
OiDLLETlN bids aro called for
printing nnd binding the olovonlb
volumo of Hawaii Hoports.
Henry Laws, former Auditor
Gonornl, returned from Maui Sun
day 'and took up tlio now duties of
hiB position in Sprockets' bank
Gilbert Farmontor. nn old rcsi
dent, died of npoploxy yesterday,
seed 7U years, lie was an Ame
ncan and loavos many deecondants
Morgan's salo of tlio late Antono
Ivosa s oluce ellectB rosulteu satis
faotorily. Good prioos wore io
coived for both Itho law library
and furniture. The salo brought
Tlio location of the now Kaimu
ki well is just off the "Whito road"
noar tho corner of tlio Waialae
f fi. road. Go out Beret-tnia streot and
s MiVUumtotho right on tho "Whito
J. A. Thompson went from Ko
Lola to Hilo, to hand over tho
court records of the torni to Dan
Porter, tho regular clork. He
will roturn to town in tho Kinau
on Saturdny night.
Old fashions iu dress may bo re
vivod, but no old fashioned modi
cino can roplaco Olmmberloin'a
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re-
mody. Jior sale by L5onson,Smuu
A Co., (ion. Agents.
Tho City Furniture Storo, H
H. Williams manager, has on ex.
liibition a Lino display of artistic
pictures comprising wnter colors,
otchincs and photoaraphs. ihoy
aro elegantly framed and for salo
at roasonablo prices.
In a came Intwocn tho Buna
hou and Uich School football
teams on tho grounds of tho for
mor Saturdry afternoon, tho
PmiahouB won by a ecoro of 11 to
0. Thoro was smno very good
playing on both sides.
M. K. Keohokalolo and L. K.
McGrow, apprecialinu tho advau
taces offered by Hocolulu's livo
paper tho Bulletin announced
iu today's issue a iiuo list of real
estato for b:1o. TIip list comprises
property in many scctious of tho
city and at pricos to occommodato
tho means of contemplated pur
chasers. Seo New To-Day for tho
Mrs. Amelia M. Smith and
daughter retnned homo in tho
Centennial aftor on absonco of
fivo months, spending two months
in Montroal, two montiis in
Owosso, Micliigau, and tho rest of
tho tirao at rucot Sound citioa
So earror were tho peoplo in the
Michinan town to hoar about
Hawaii, that Mrs. Smith wob con
strained to give an address to tho
Ulnril IU .Mounuliiii.
Mr. S. M. Damon invited four
young fellows from Camp Mc
Kinloy to Moanalua Saturday
afternoon and told them to bring
alone thoir friends. Thoro wero
in all, thirtoou followa present.
Thoy wore served with a delight
ful dinnor nfter which a nlunao
into tho bathing placo was taken.
Amonc tho follows who havo bo-
come well acquainted in town
wero corporal Mead and Mr. All
wood. AtrMn Prur, llrlifliain.
Captain Parkor met Prof. Brig
bam this forenoon and told him
that thoro was a bag at tho police
station. It would bo given him
should ho go aftor it. Prof. Brig
liam answerod that ho did not in
tend to go into tho polico Btation
rtntil tho return of Presidont Dolo.
Captain Parker answered: "That
may be, unless you aro arrostod
for some offonso."
tSfWr. GuAUANTin! Tim womc op the
in tho Worl
Equal to any Typowritor
II. K. WALKER,
Watch the Blue Streak !
McForland wins tho ono-milo National Championship,
with Kimblo third, at Indianapolis August 13 both on
Kimblo winB tho two-milo National Championship at
Indianapolis August 10. Time 1 minutes C seconds, break
ing tho world's record by 8 seconds.
At Grcon Bay, August 17, Freemaa wins tho ono-half
milo professional, Kimblo second, McFarlnnd third. All on
The Blue Streak is the Wheel !
Wo havo thom, onamelod black and robin's egg bluo.
BAKIN& whitman, 1 Doctors' All Agree
Next to Golden Kulo Buzuar.
Wlion n porson Is obliged to rosort
to tlio u.so of medicine for pronorvlng
health, natumlly a dcslro to know
something about what In best to take
to accomplish tho desired oiul.
H H H H H H H H H
EXPERT PIANO TUNING and REPAIRING.
ESTEY, KIMBALL AND NEEDHAM ORGANS.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
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As Shown in Our Windows !
A RARE CHANCE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY . . .
3 for $1
LADIES' LISLE THREAD VESTS 1
This is a new line of Ladies'
Vests which we opened ud the
Regular 50c other day.
DIAUT IES AND LAWNS.
An excellent line of patterns.
Agents for Ladies' "Knox" Hats.
Upholstering and Mattress Making ,
in. all its li'n.nclio.
Matting, Lounges very oheap, Couches for Ladies'
Dresser any size at Reasonable charges. Office
Desks, Billiard and Pool Tables re-covered. Awn
ings and Tents made to order.
COYNE & MEHRTEN,
Telephone 928. MASONIC TEMPLE. Alakea Street.
That In a Natural Mlnoral Wator
Renoriuly tlio best rcsulti aro ob
tained to effectually oradicnto all
Tho (stomach must bn kopl in por
fect condition to lusuro good health.
BYTHINIA the Best
It contains all tho salts necessary or
useful In tlio human structure
BillYTUINIA WATKlt is Miorlnr to
nil other mltientl wators iu tlio
amoiut of magnesium it uontalns
lnsurlii;a pleasant purgatlvo effect
without causing nausea or debilita
Corrects Malarial Disorders
Tlio complaints that yield to tho
proper uvo of llythlnla nro for reach
lng. tho following nro most common,
Malarial Fovcro, Constipations,
Ithoumatlsin, Indigestion, Nervous,
iioss nnd Ohosity.
Twenty-fiye Cents a Bottle
Hollister Drug Co,
Agouts for ItnwailanlslaiuN.
FOR g A T T7-
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 King street. Telephone 256.
E. W. JORDAN
ISTo. lOFort Street.
A largo assortment of
Oontor Hugs, Art, Squaros,Rovorsiblos,
Sofa Hugs, .Fancy and ITibro Door Iats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
.' .Tapaneso lings and Straw Mats,
Floor Linoleum, Oil Olotli,
Hall Linoleum and Bath Mats.
Marcolla, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Double Bed, Threo-quartor andSmglo),
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 aluo.
A big choico in Nottingham Laco.
Also Oroton by tho yard.
, , , . . ."Worth inspection.
Come early and got first ohoico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
ISTo. IO Fort Street.
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