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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APKIL 24, 1899.
HARMONY LODGE.No. 3,
I. 0. 0. E.,
McoU uvory Monday evening nt 7:30,
In Harmony Hull, Kltii? xtrtot.
J. D. MoVKIOH, N. 0.
11 It. 1II2NDHY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIO LODGE No. 2, K.of P.,
Meota every Wednesday evening nt
7:3U o'clock, Cutttlu Hull, Fort ftrcet.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
First Hank will Ik) conferred THIS
(Wednesday) KVHN1NO, April 10th.
1015 A.K. MUM'IIY, K. K. 8.
HONOLULU OUAl'TEU No. 1,
II. A. M.,
Moots ovory third Thursday evening in
XasonloTomplo. All visiting compan
ions cordially Invited.
A. V. GlI.VILt.AN, II. r.
J. 1). TUCKKK, Secretary.
No 1, K. T.
Moots In Masonic Teniilo on the second
Thursday ovonltig of each month. All
Visiting Sir Knights courteously Invited.
HKNKY 11 COOl'KH, 11 C-
J. . TUCKKK, Kecordor.
OAUU LODGE No. 1, K. of 1
Meotf ovory Thursday ovonlng nt their
Castlo Hall, 4WX l'ort street, nt 7:30.
Moinlwrs of Mystic Ixxlgo No. 2, and
visiting brotlioni, cordially invited.
j.i:.vaki, u. i
1010 K. of K. and S.
COUIIT LUNALILO No. GGOO,
A. 0. P.,
Meets every llrst mid third Friday, nt
K. of P. Hull, Fort street. A cordial
invitation Is extended to visiting broth
era. l'or order C. It.
w. a. FirrrKK,
NUUANU CHAPTER." HOSE
No.l.A.-. & A.-. S.R.
Moots the llrst Thursday lncnch montli,
mt Mnsonlo Temnlo. Sojourning and
visiting brothers cordially invited to at
torn! nil meetings.
W. M. FRANK K. AUKKHAOH.
ALLAN 11. SCU1MOKOUK, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE. NO. 21,
P. AND A. M.
Maonlc Temple, N. E, corner Alakca and HoMt Sit.
Stated meeting", llrst Monday onch
montli. Scclal incotlngs, when called
(will bo noted in tlds space). '
Mombors Ixxlgo Io l'rogrcs, 1'acitlo
Xodgo, and nil sojourning brethren cor
Ulnllylnvltod. ED. I. SPALDING, W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE. Secretary.
KAMEllAMEHA LODGE OF
No. I, A.-. &A.-.S.-.R.-)
Meets nt Masonlo Tenirlo tho fourth
Thursday In each montli. Sojourning
and viiiltlng brothers aro cordially In
vited to attend nil meetings.
V.. t .'.FRANK II. AUKKIIACU.
CliAHlPfOK L. CKA1IIIK. Scerotary.
LODGE LE PItOORES DE
No. 121, A. &A. S.Rito.
Stated rcootingi on tho last Monday of
aeh inonUi, In Its hull, .Masonic Temple.
C. M. WIIITB, W. M.
H O. OKAnnK.YiocreUirj'.
Havlnc tclurnJ and utiHhhfJ my;elf at' the
European Shaving Parlor, Merchant atreet, opposite
JuJJ UulMlne, I lsh to call the attenllon of my old
customers and ntwonta who wish to favor us with
M A. PIXOTO,
formerly of the Union Barber Shop.
Arlington Mock, Hotel Stroot.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
GEO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, G. A. R.,
Department of California and Kovada,
moots at Harmony Hall, King street,
first Thursday ovonlng of ovory month.
Sojourning comrades aro cordially lu
vltod to nttond.
L. L. LaPIKHRE, P. O.
JAS.T. COPKLAND, Adjt.
IVvrn Illnnlt. Fort stront. Itoncllnz room
open day and ovonlng for reading mid
social intercourse Itcgulnr meetings
Friday; 7:30 p. m. Visiting ScoUmon
spoclally woleomo at all times.
Gl'.O. I,. DALL, Chief.
ALEX. n. KENNEDY, Secretary.
SHOULD aiK WITHOUT
A SUPPLY OF
It has become very popular,andlsbolng
iisou ny ooin sexes. A euro euro for
dandruir, prlckioy lioat, nnd all Bkin
dieoasos. Sold by nil driiculsta. nnd nt
Union Harbor Shop. Romombor the
trado mark, "thn tun laona it ltn n.
Tol (WO. Holo Proprietor.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
David Charters, Canvasser for Portrait
Enlarging, Is no longer In our employ.
Any moneys due on orders taken by him
are payable to us only. We beg to say,
with regard to orders under way, that we
should be pleased to have parties lnter.
ted call at our place of business and ar
Orphoum Thentro tonigbt.
Jiulgo Wilder of Hilo arrived
in tho Kinnu.
CycloDo Camoros' aro tho best
Wheels rented; J. J. Richard
son, Hotol street.
Amoricnn Messenger service
Mnsonio Templo.Tolophono 444.
Q. H. Beiry returned from Ha
waii in tho Kinau Saturday niqht.
Orphoum seats can bo booked
by ringing up Tolonhono No. 610.
Tho band plays in Emma
equaro at tho usual hour this
Mrs. G. H. Bishop of Lihuo,
has come to Honolulu for a visit
Honolulu MessongorSorvico de
livers messagos and packages.
Harmony Lodgo, No. 3, 1. O. 0.
F mo in bars meat this ovenini; at
7:30 in Harmony Hall.
Jim Post s benout takes placo
next Saturday oveuing. If you
want a seat notify tho box ollico
Lodco le ProaroB do l'Oceanio
No. 124, A. & A. 8. Itite, mem
bers meet this evouing at Masonio
Do you liko to driuk puro whis-
kv? Tlinn if vnn rln rnll fnr
"A. A." .Tnnnn AInnrn nt nnw nt Ihn
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors tor tuo Hawaiian islands.
Now'a your chnnco to got a free
photograph. By ordering a photo
button B. Liohtig will give you a
sitting at his photo tent, Fort
street, opposite tho firo station.
See ad on page 8.
Plantation owners and all peo
ple handling drayborses and
mules should have Dr. Pottie's
gall salve on band. It keeps neck
and shoulders in good condition.
(J. W. Macfarlano is tho solo agent
for tho islands.
Now England Bakory & Candy
Co., Hotel stroot manufacture a
fino lino of bread, paslry, wed
ding cakes, ico creams, sherbets
and candies linost in the city
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lotted, Mana
"I feel it my duty to give you a
truthful statement of what Cham
borlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhooa Bemedy did," writes J.
8. Collins, of Moore, S. 0.. "I had
a child about two years old, that
had tho diarrhoea for two months.
I tried all tho best known reme
dies, but nono cave tho least ro-
liof. When this remedy camo to
band, I gavo as directed, and in
two days tho child was completely
cured." Sold by all dealers.
Bonson, Smith & Co., General
' 9 m
NATl'ltUAV'H MATCH II '!!.
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
in South Kona
suitable for Coffee Cultivation.
M, K. KEOHOKALOLE,
Real Estate Agent,
15 Kaahumanu St.
Real Estate Transactions.
Subscribers are furnished with from nr
to six lists per week, giving an accurate
record of all deeds, mortgapog, leases, re
leases, powers of attorney, etc, etc, whicb
are placed on record.
Subscription Price, $3.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAK,
210 Kind Bt. Honolulu.
TAKO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship ani Material Guaranteed, Repairing
:: No. 210K KINO ST.
no Hotel street.
New Season's Goods
now opening. Make
youp selections while
there is a large variety
to select from !u !
Certificate of Character.
HONOLULU, Feb. 6, 1899.
To Whom It May Concern.
This Is to certify that David Charters,
who has been In our employ as canvasser,
Is trustworthy and capable. We would
cheerfully recommend him as such to any
one requiring his services.
r, o ,. . KING BROS.
P. S. Mr. Charters has been In our em
ploy from Sept. 20th, 1897, to Jan. 21st,
n8o-im KING BROS.
Lewers & Cooke
Reduction in Graphaphones,
I Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONB CO. of New York, and
I we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
at a price that will be within the reach of
.111. uuuu .11 me prices :
Eagle Graphaphones' complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or sneaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, $25.
Records, doz., $6; Blanks, doz., I3.
Recorders, 54.75. Brass horns and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.,
11G9 112 Hotel street.
Office at the Hawaiian Chinese Newt Cn.'i
Jt No. Hi Klne street. Honolulu, H.I.
Cooks, Walters, Yardmen, Plantation La
borers, and all kinds of employees furnish
ed promptly on short notice.
This Agencv fully examines all appli
cants for employment as to their compe
tency before sending them to Its patrons.
Tel. 75 P. O. Box 946
All those claiming lots under deeds or
receipts In the Oahu Cemetery are reques
ted to present evidences of their title to
David Dayton, Secretary, at his office on
mercnani street, on or before April 29th,
All unsettled contracts or unclaimed lots
will be sold as provided under charter of
Per Order of Board of Trustees.
11 88-2 it
Tliero wbb n very large crowd
out at Kapioluni Park track Sat
urday afternoon to witness the
match raco between Directress
and Violin. Tliero was creat die-
appointment at the. outcome. Jim
Quinn, who waB drivinc "Violin.
claimed that he heard tho starting
bell in tho second bent bat not tho
word. On this account all bets
were declared off.
Tho two horses started off at 3
o'clock sharp, Jnck Gibson driving
Directress and Jim Quinn hand
ling his own horso, Violin. The
judges wore Theo. Hoffmnn, J. F.
Olny and John Iiadin. Directress
won tho first hont in 2:24. At tho
start of tho second heat, Quinn
pulled up bis horse but when ho
saw tho other horso still going, ho
started in to catch his opponent.
DirectresB was too far ahead and
passed the lino far ahead of Vio
lin. Quinn explained his action in
reining up and tho judges declar
ed the raco off. It is thought that
onothor trial to tako placo, in the
near future will bo arranged, for
the situation at tho present timo
is not at all satisfactory and, in
tho opinion of tno horsemen of
tho city, should not be allowed to
stand for vory long.
Tho crowd out on Saturday
shows what interest there is in
horso racing here and would ?eqm
to indicate a successful meet in
Comer Klnc and Alakea Sti., Honolulu.
Grixitavs, r Ukuleles,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and material cuaranleei. Repairing
1 HOLLISTER & CO., 1
UjJ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 9 Tobacconists
fy Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, flfl
H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
ss DRY GOODS!
French, German, English and American.
A Fine Selection of Dress Goods, Zephyrs, etc.
Tailors' Goods, n Pull Assortment.
Clothing, Underwear, Shawls.
A Large Variety of SADDLES and SADDLE
American and European
GROOEEIES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
ScHiLuiiq's Best Tis
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Glvo thom a trial. Mouoy bad: If you don't thotn.
Ohoico Block Butter, Kits Crcamory Butter,
Eidolity Brand Bacon, Hams,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef, oto., etc. '
212 King stroot, nozt to tho Arlington.
CHAS. D. WALKBR,
Designer an! DullJcr ot tllgh-Grail
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
P O. Box J. Telephone 760.
Pacific Import Co,
FORT STREET, MODEL BLOCK.
Now Open With the Most Complete
te&?i h&? 3 &?
Everything Crisp With Newness.
Daintiest Desirable Designs, Truly Regal
in Their Beauty.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Fort St., Model Block, opp. Catholic Church.