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THE EVENING RFT.TiKTTN: HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 23, 1899.
HAIIMONY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. O. F.,
MooU ovory Monday evening nt 7:30,
In Harmony Hull, King street.
J. D. MoVEIGII, N. G.
E. It. HHNDKY, Secretary.
All visiting brothors ory cordially
MY8TJO LODGE No. 2, K.of LJ.,
Moots every Wednesday evening al
7:30 o'clock, Catlu Hull. Port utreet.
Visiting brothers cordlnlly Invited to
1015 A. E. MUKl'HY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1
R. A. M.,
Mootaoory third Thursday ovonlng li
Masonic Templo. All Visiting contrail
tons cordlnlly Invited.
A. F. QlLl'ILLAN, II. P.
J. 1). TUCK Hit, Secretary.
No 1, K. T.
Meets In Masonlo Templo on tho second
Thursday ovonlng of each month. All
visiting Sir Knights courtcoimly Invltod.
lir.NHY li COOl'KK, li C
J. I)- TUC'KKH, Itccordor.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Mootioory rhursday evening at their
Castlo Hull, 42HJi Tort street, nt 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodgo No- 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited-
a. i:. waki), o. c.
1010 K. of It. nlld S.
COURT LUNALILO No. GGOO.
A. O. P.,
Moots every llrst nnil third Friday, at
K.of P. Mull, Fort street. A cordial
Invitation Is extruded to Inking broth
orn. Per order V. It.
W. A. FETTKll,
NUUANU CHAPTER ROS1
No. 1, A.-. fc A.-. S.-. R.-.
greets tho llrst Thursday Inench month,
nt Mnsonlo Templo. Sojourning and
visiting brothors cordlnlly Invited to at
tend all meetings.
W. M. FltANK H. AUKMJACH.
ALLAN II. SOltlMOKOUn.Socretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21,
F. AND A. M.
Masonic Temple, N. b. coiner Atakei anl Hotel Sis
Stntod meeting, first Monday each
month. Special meetings, when culled
(will bo noted in this space).
Mombert Lodge Lo l'rogros, Pacific
I.od go, nud all sojourning brethren cor
ED. I. SPALDING. W. M.
K. R. G. WALI ACE. Secretary.
The Bargain Month)
March 13th to April 13th we will
offer the entire stock at a REDUC
TION OF FORTY PER CENT.
This sale is for the purpose of mal
ng room for new goods being order
d by our new Company. Our
uices are made extremely low, and
his sale is to be made on cash terms.
An exceedingly favorable oppor
unity is offered for large or small
ash buyers to get goods at even
lower than wholesale prices.
Don't fail to visit our store ; you
will be surprised at the low prices
and good qualities offered.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
KAMEHAMEHA LODGE OF
No. I, A.-. & A.-. S. R.
Moots nt Masonic Templo tho fourth
Thursday In onch month. Sojourning
and visiting brothers aro cordially in
vltod to attend all meetings.
V.. M.'. FRANK 11. AUEItBACII.
CLAKKNCK L. CUAHHK, Socretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
Nn I9.d A. A a "Ritn
Stated moetlugs on tho last Monday of
eacu uioiuu, in us nan, .Masonic ioinpio
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
H O. CltABBE, Sccretnry.
GEO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, G. A. R.,
Dopnrtmont of California nnd Novada,
moots at Ilnrmoiiy Hall, King street,
first Thursday ovonlng of every month.
Sojourning comrades aro cordlnlly in
vited to attend.
L. L. LaPIEIIUE, P. C.
JAS. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
Lovo Block, Fort street. Reading room
open day nnd ovonlng for rending and
social intorcourso. Regular mootlngs
Friday, 7:30 p. m. Visiting Scotsmon
especially wolcomo at nil tlmos.
GEO. L. DALL, Chlof.
ALEX. B. KENNEDY, Sect mry.
New Season's Goods
now opening. Make
your selections while
there is a large variety
to select from sy. iz.
Lowers & Cooke,
Don't FORGET THEMAINE.
But RBMEMBER the
Having returned and established myself at the
European Shaving Parlor, Merchant street, opposite
JuJJ Building, I wish to call the attention ot my old
customers and new ones who wish to favor us with
M A. PIXOTO.
Formerly of the Union Barter Shop,
An Elegant Shave.
IT CAN HE OBTAINED
Arlington Block, Hotel Streot.
None but the most skillful Barbers employed.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
Honolulu ClitncHe I
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese News Co 's
U No. H King street. Honolulu. 11 I.I
Cooks, Walters. Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees'furnlsh
ed promptly on short notice. I
This Agency fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
Tel. 5i P. O. Dox o6
SHOULD BE WITHOUT
A SUPPLY OP
It has bocomo vory popular, niullaboliig
ubetl by both Boxes. A suro cure fur
(laiulruir, prlckloy hoat, iitul all nkln
tllBeasoM. Sold by nil druguloU, and at
Union Harbor Shop. Bomombor the
trudo mark, "tho two facos." Bowaro
Tel 090. Solo Proprietor,
Four most desirable and central
BUILDING LOTS, on Alakea St.,
Including corner of Beretania St.
Apply to J. T. McGREW.
Cyclono CanieraB nro tho best
"Whot'ls rpnted; J. J. Richard
son, Hotel Btrout.
Tho public Bobools cloao Friday
for a two weeks Eastor vacution.
Tbo output of sugar from the
Ewa mill ia now averaging 180
Excavation for tbo foundation
nf the new Uorotania street eobool
Mombera Honolulu Chapter,
No. 1, 11. A, M., meet tbia evening
iu Masonio Temple.
Tbo band gives a moonlight
concert in Thomas equate nt the
ubuhI hour this evening.
Members Onhu Lodge, No. 1,
Knights of Pythias, meot thin
oveuiug in Cnetle Hall at 7:30.
For comfort iu riding you must
havo good pedals. Tribune podula
like 'lribuue wheels aro tho boat.
Alex. McEibbin, onn of Hono
lulu's former prominent roriidents,
is ovor from Muui seeing his
Membere of Kamebamehi
Lodge of Perfect ion, No. l,A.fc
A. H. P., meot this evening iu
Miss McKeaguo nnd Miss Edith
lierrey, two Kauai school teachers,
arrived in tho Mikahala this morn
ing to spend their Easter holidays
Tho Beretania sidewalk, front
ing the Quoen's hospital grounds,
is badly out of. date and dangor-
ous to limb has been go tor somo
Frank McCandlees and n party
of friends from tbo Const visited
Ewa plantation yesterday, nnd
wore highly delighted with every
thing tboy saw.
Free open air concert nightly
by tho Quaker Wondor Work Con
cert Baud, 7:80 sharp, corner of
Alakea and iieretama strcotB.
Freo to everybody.
Tho office of tho Honolulu In
vestment Co. was throngod all
morning with subscribers to that
and the Maunalci Sugar Co.'s
stock after their certificates.
Do you liko to drink pure whis
ky? Then if you do coll for
"A. A." Joeso Mooro at any of tho
saloons. Lovejoy & Co., distribu
tors for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Tho regular weekly meeting of
tho Christian Workors will be hold
on Friday aftornoon, March 24, at
3:30 o'clock, ot tho Y. M. O. A.
hall. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to be present.
Tho virtue that lays nearest to
"not forgetting" is tho faculty of
remembering what you are told.
The Pacific Cycle Manufacturing
Co., Ltd., havo a few suggestions
that may aid your memory, beo
ad on page 4.
At a meeting of the direcors of
tho Honolulu Investment Com
pany held yesterday, it was de
cided to place the Rocoud series of
stock on tho market May 1. Tbia
series will bo placed on tbo other
iBlands and will not exceed
Morgan will hold an auction
sale of four choice lota at Wai
kiki on Saturday, March 25, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt his Balosroom.
All the lota are woll planted with
bearing coco&nut trees and are
tho only beach property now
offored foi sale. See his advertise
ment on page B.
Tho Now England Steam Bak
ery have completed n beautiful
garden lauui adjoining their store,
designed to accommodate great in
crease in their bui-incea. Music,
llowerri, colored lightc, tables for
family pnrtifB, and prompt ser
vice by youug lnd waitresses ore
Mrs. Lydia P. Williams, of
Min eapoiia, will epenk in tho
Y. M. O A Hall on Mouday eve
ning, lisr fiiI ji ct 1-oing "Tho Old
nnd Now Wy iu Philanthropy,"
in coumctiou with Associated
Ohnvittrs. Mis. Williams is a
clour and coucho fptaker and in
well qi.tilifb il to prr BPtit her sub
jrot, huviijfc bi'fn oliicinlly con
nected with tin) Associated Chan
ties Socioty for sovcrnl years.
This organization is uudouomena
tiouol and inter nntiou'tl.
IQTIf a sufficient number of patients
aro Runrantued, our flBMlHtaut phyniclnn
will go to Honolulu nnd treat them at
Jiomo. Tu .Tli .Hat
in South Kona
suitable for Coffee Cultivation.
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
DeUm Ma DulUcrnf llri.iJrt
Yachts, -Boats and Launches I
P O. Box 6. Telephone 760.
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE
Real Estate Agent,
15 Kaahumantj St.
Real Estate Transactions.
Snbaoriboru are furnished with from Ute
10 nix lints ior week, Hiving an nconratc
teoord of all deedn.niortRiiffea, looses, re.
lenses, powers of attorney, oto., etc, which
ire placed on record.
Subscription 1'rlco, $2.00 per Month
A. V. GEAR,
210 Kino Ht.HnnoInln.
TAKO PATCH FIDDLKS.
Workminshlp nj Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1 130 : : No. 21 0K KINO ST.
IT HOLliLSTfiR & GO., "K
UU WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL U
M Tobacconists ffl
lll ' Cor. Fori and Merchant Streets, flfl
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltp
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
DRY GOODS !x
French, German, English and American.
A Fine Selection of Dress Goods, Zephyrs, etc.
Tailors' Goods, a Full Assortment.
Clothing, Undorwenr, Shawls.
A Large Variety of SADDLES and SADDLE
American and European
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND
SinceWe Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Jose fie Esirlto Ms,
Corner King and Alakea St., Honolulu.
Gru.ito.rs, : Ulruleles,
TARO PATCH nDM.ES.
Workmanship and material guaranteed. Repairing
8gl!llLLIlfllqyS BlSf TlS
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Glvo thorn a trial. Monoy back If you don't thorn.
Ohoico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beof, otq., ore.
212 King streot, noxt to tho Arlington.
Pacific Import Co,
FORT STREET, MODEL BLOCK.
To All Those That Are Open to Conviction ;
We take great pleasure to inform the public of Honolulu and all the Islands
that the PACIFIC IAPORT COMPANY will open a FIRST-CLASS
Dry and Fancy Goods Store ! v
ON OR ABOUT MARCH 28TH,
- -Under the Management of MR. S. BHRLICH.
TUESDAY, MARCH the 28tli, the Opening will take place at 7:30 p. m. of which full particulars will
appear In all the dally papers. The program will be very Interesting. Everybody is invited, and at the same time
to Inspect our large and elegant new stock, carefully selected by Mr. S. Ehrllch and two assistant buyers of the
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., who have searched the principal cities of the East for sixty days to obtain desirable goods
for this climate; and only the most reliable manufacturers' output will be handed by THE PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
We are quite safe In stating that no other retail house in this city enjoys the facilities In every respect to purchase
goods In such laige quantities as we do; this owing to the fact that our business In Honolulu is a branch of one of
the largest department stores In California. There Is no reason why we should not be able to sell the choicest and
most reliable makes of merchandise at prices that will astonish every one.
Our manager, Mr. Ehrllch, during the time he was East had the advantage of knowing what styles are best
suited for the Islands, being off and on here In business for about eighteen years: so we feel quite confident the
selections made by him and our other buyers will no doubt meet approval of most of the people here.
We hardly consider it necessary to write a longer letter of Information, as the ladles of Honolulu will soon find
out "Facts" about THE PACIFIC IMPORT CO. Such "Facts" will talk louder than all the advertising we can do.
Relating to the store, ladles will find It a very pleasant place to do their shopping, as It Is a new building of modem
construction, plenty of ventilation, light, roomy, and fitted up in the most modem style.
It will be our greatest endeavor to please the public and constantly place the newest productions to meet the
demand In our growing city, at the most popular prices.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Fort St., Model Block, opp. Catholic Church.
SPECIAL Full Information will appear In this paper, and also the program
of .our Opening Night, TUESDAY, MARCH 28th, at 7:30 o'clock.