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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 20, 1899.
Frtsh Goods by Every Steamer.
.Orpheum Block, Fort Street.
(Opposite Central Fire Station.)
Just Received Smoked Salmon, Smoked Ilnlibut,
Spiced Herrings and Seattle Block Butter.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OK Tilt; CITY.
City Furniture Store, '
Telephone S-i(i. Love Building, fl.'il-fiafi Port, St.
HAHMONV LOI'GE No. 3,
I. O. O K.,
Mooti I'vcry Mnmlny I'tciilng at 7:30,
In Ilnrimiiiv Hull, K.iip Ktruot.
J.I). Mi'Vr.KIH, N. G.
E. It. HKNUin, Secretary.
All vlHltlng lirothoi-H vory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K.of P
McctHcvurv Wt'dni'wlny evening ut
7:30 o'clock, Ciintle Hull, Fort Btri-ut.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
1015 A.E. MUIU'HY, K. U.S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.,
Meets overy thir.l Thursiliiy cmimIhk In
Masonic Teiiiilo. All viMtlng eotiijuin
lons conllully Invited.
A. V. OILKILLAN, H. P.
J. 1). TUCKER, Secretary.
No 1, K. T.
Meets In Masonic Teinplo on the Kccnnd
Thnrmlay ovenliiK of oacli month. All
vlHltliig'sir Knights courteously Invited.
HKNUY E. COOPER, B. C-
J. D. TUCKER, Itecordor.
OAUU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
MeetM ovory Tluirfdnv ovening at their
Cnrtlo Hall, 4l!iiK 1'oit htreet, at 7:30.
Memlcrs of Mystic I.odgo No- 2, and
vlHltlng hrotherH, cordially Invited,
n. U. WAltl), V. O.
1019 K. of It. and S.
COUIIT LUNALILO No. fiCOO,
A. O. V.,
Meets every llrt it ml third Friday, at
K.of P. Hull. 1'oit xtreet. A cordial
.Wltatlou Is extended to visiting broth
ers. I'or onlor C. It.
V. A. Kl.TTER,
NUUAiNU CHAPTElt ROSE
No. 1, A.-. fe A.- S. B.
Meets the tlrst TlnirMlny In eRtli month,
at Masonic Teinplo. Sojourning and
visiting lirothnrs cordially Invited to nt
teud all nicotlngs.
W. M. FRANK 11. AUERHACH.
ALLAN H. SCRIM EQUR, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO". 21,
F. AND A. M.
Masonic Temple, N. C. corner Alakea and Hotel Stj
KUitcd moctlngs, llrst Monday each
aontli. Special nientlngs, whuii callod
(will bo noted In this space).
Mombors Lodgo Lo I'rogros, Pact Bo
Lodge, and all sojourning brethren cor
ED. I. SPALDING. W. M.
r. R. G. WALLACE. Secretary.
KAMEHAMEHA LODGE OF
No. I, A.-. fc A. B. R.
Meets at Masonic Teinplo thn fourth
Thursday In each month. Sojourning
and visiting brotlmis arc coidially In
Titod to attoud all mooting.
V.". M. FRANK H. AUERHACH.
CLARENCE I.. CltAllDE. Socrotary.
No. 121. A & A. S.Kito.
Stated meetings on the lust Monday of
each month, In lt hall. Mnxmilu Temple.
OKO, CAM1TON, W. M.
WM. P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
GEO. W. DnLONG POST No.
4f., G. A. J'..,
Department of California and Nevada,
meets at Harmony Hall, King street,
first Thursday ovoi.Ingof every month.
Sojourning comrades are cordially In
vited to attond.
L. L. LaPIKRRE, P. 0.
JA8. T. COPKLANI), Adjt.
Love Block, Fort street. Heading room
open day and evening for reading and
social InlorcnurM), Itcgular meetlims
Friday, 7:30 p. in. Visiting Scotsmen
specially welcome at all timos.
OKO. I.. DAM.., Chlof.
ALEX. B. KENNEDY, Secietary.
THE WAVER LEY CLOU."
Waverloy Illnck ; nntranco on llotlio
street. Flies of standard magazines and
periodicals; lending library; billiard,
pool and card tables forfrco uso of mem
bers. Arrangement!) for transient visit
ors. Kntraneo fee Sl.'JC; inoiitlily dues,
In luHnmo, ?I. Rooms open from 8 in.
to 11 p. in. overy day.
A. V. OBAN, President.
JAMES T.COPELAND, ItecordingSoc'y.
ALLKN U. SCllIMOKOUU, Fin. Sec'v.
Island Orders Solicited.
i. o. Box aoo.
and Provision Merchant
Having returneJ and established myself at the
European Shaving Parlor, AW reliant street, opposite
JuJi Hutldlnc I wish to call the attention of my old
customer and new ones ho wish to favor us with
M A. PIXOTO,
Formerly of thc.L'nlon Barber Shop,
G- S. SOMMA,"
lias openeJ business In the
O It P II 12 U M 15 L O C K,
With a first-class
1 he patronage of old friends anj the public gen
erally Is respectfully solicited. 122$
Arlington Block. Hotel Street.
Joseph Fernandez. Prop'r
HIIOUM) HE WITHOUT
A SUPPLY OF
It has become very popular, andlsbolng
used by both soxes. A sure euro for
dandruir, prlclcley heut, and all skin
diseases. Kold liy all druggists, and at
Union Harbor Shop. Hemoiubor tho
trade mark, "tho two faces." Howaro
Tel fl'Jfl. Solo Proprietor.
Tile La it Cur.
The lust cum of tho King street
lino going to Wuikiki nnd Palnmn
imfs tho Anchor Saloon. The
clcverobt mixologists in tho city
Hre thprp nlwnys to put you up
nnyiking you may dosiro. Drop
iu and take n drop boforo you tnko
tho car. The celebrated Seattle
boor is to lir Imrl hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jeese Moorp Whisky
etc., nhvnys on hnnd. Recoived
per Wnrrimoo, Rainier Bock Boer
on draught. Tho Anchor Snloon
is hero to plpnso its imtrous.
Orphrtim MfHts can bo boolcpd
by ringing up TeloDliono No. CIO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Orpheum Theatro tonight.
Cyclono Cameras aro tho best
Wheels rented; J. J. Richard
son, Hotol street.
Horso and bugpy complete, for
salo. Soa For Salo column.
J. J. Egan, wifo and child leave
for tho States iu tho Alameda.
Amorican Mesaongor Service
open all night. Tclcphonod'14.
Mnnnger Ewart of Kilauea left
for homo in the Waialealo yester
day. Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso diseases.
Board ami lodging at tho Queon
hotel during June, July and Au
gust for $35 a month.
Mrs. Frrd. Glado and Miss vou
Holt will loavo for Vanconvor iu
the Warrimoo to bo awav for
about two months.
Thoro will be a meeliug of tho
Kamohameha Alumni Association
this oveniuc. Everv member is
requested to bo present as impor
tant matters wm ue utscusscti.
Now Hawaiian History Alex
ander's Hawaiian History with
the "unauthorized" chapter added
has been purchased by, and is on
salo at tho Golden Rule Bazaar,
310 Fort street.
Tho return rifk match betweou
G and B companies of the N. G.
11. will take place at tue liakaako
butts tomorrow afternoon. Tho
winner of tho match will cet n
fifty dollar trophy.
Fred Harrison is prepared to
furnish headstones and monumonts
in Hawaiian stono and marble.
Anybody requiring tho same will
plrneo place their order at onco.
Memorial Day is fast approaching.
King, near Alaken streets.
Tho Christian Workers' meeting
will bo hold this (Friday) if 'or
noon, May 27th, at 3:3 j o'clock, at
tho Y. M. O. A. halK The meet
ing will bo led by Rev. Mr. Mor
gan. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to be present.
New England Bakory fe Candy
Co., Hotel streot manufacture a
tine lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding cakes, ico creams, sherbets
and candies finest in the city
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lotted, Mana
ger. Miss Juliette Smith was mar
ried to J. K. Farley .it tho homo
of tho bride's brother yesterday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, tho Rev. H.
H. Parker of Eawaiahao perform
ing the sarviue. Ansa Muilelamo
Hartwell attended the brido and
W. H. Rico was best man. Mr.
and Mrs. Farloy will leave for tho
States in the Alameda today.
HAWAIIAN COI'l'l.i: ItlH'OUT.
The OtisMoAUister & Co.coffco
report of May 17 gives tho follow
ing rolativo to Hawaiian coffee:
Duriuc the past mouth a fair
amount of business has been done,
but considerable concessions had
to be made iu asking prices in
order to effect sales. A mach
larger business could undoubted
ly be done in iiawaiians but for
the fact that thoy aro held at con
siderably higher priced compara
tively than similnr grades of Cen
tral Amorican Lollies.
Sales sinco tho first of April
havo been as follows: 72 bags
fauoy, 18; 400 bags good, 13
14o.j 78 bags prime, 14 ICo,
124 bags inforior, 9 10c.
We qnoto Hawaiians: Good
Carrent Quality, 12(r614o ; Piime,
1-1 !$ loo ; laucy, IU lHJc.
Stocks in first bauds "today
L. F. Farloy conducts a lorce
mercantilo business at Liberty
Hill, Ga. Hosajs: "Ono appli
cation ot Chnmberlian'8 Pain
Balm relieved mo of a severe pain
in ray back. I think it O. K."
For lamo back, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, swellings, sprains, bruises,
burns and scalds no other lini
mout can approach Ohamhorliau's
Pain Balm. It is intended espe
cially for theso disoases and is
famous for i(b cures. L or sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Designer oni BullJer ot Hlch-Grade
Yachts, Boats and Launches I
Work., 69, KINO ST.
P O Box 6. Telephone 760,
For Sale by All Dealers,
Book Cases, Letter Files,
Document Files, Press Stands,
Chairs, Stools, &c, of all styles
and prices, just received ex the
bark "Mohican," and placed on
sale at our warerooms on Queen
street. We are prepared to outfit
your office complete. Our new
stock contains some of the very
latest and up-to-date time-saving
devices for business men. Call
and be convinced.
Office, Queen Street.
WE CAN SUPPLY
In New and
Lewers & Cooke,
NEWS, ADVERTISEMENT AND
Il4i King St. P 0. Box 93.
Election of Officers.
At a meetlnR of the stockholders of the
KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., held May
iSth, 1899, the following Officers and
Directors were elected :
J. M. McChesnev, President.
J. L. Coerper, 1st Vice-President.
W. Wf Hall, 2nd Vice-President.
F. V. McChesney, Treasurer.
E. O. White, Secretary.
J. S. Walker, Auditor.
A. F. Cooke, Director.
E. O. WHITE,
1225MW Sec'y Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Late of San Tranclsco, has openel
SeconJ floor. ORPHEUM IILOCK. Tluoueh long
eupcrlence anj constant atttnJance to work at th.
Coast Mrs. Woll has acquired the art ol perfect
fitting, and also giving full satisfaction In the latest
anj moJrrn fashion.
The books of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.
will be closed to transfers from the 25th
to the j ist of May, Inclusive.
W. M. TEMPLETON,
t228-3t Secretary H. S. Co.
3 w Ms-
V SSSBBl Wl Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets. M
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
HOLLISTES. & CO.,
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
French, German, English and American.
A Fine Selection of Dress Goods, Zephyrs, etc.
Tailors' Goods, a Full Assortment.
Clothing, Underwear, Shawls.
A Large Variety of SADDLES" and SADDLE
American and European
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND
KISDON IRON WOBKS,
Sstri. 2Txa:n.cisco, Cal.
Engineers and Builders.
PUMPING' MACHINERY, HEINE BOILERS,
PLAIN. TUBULAR I10ILERS, CORLISS ENGINES,
CANE CARS, VACUUM PANS,
And nil Mnulilnory for tho coinoloto oqulpmout of Sugar Mills.
OFFICE, Room 9, Spreckels Block, Honolulu, H. I.
P. O Box
TUEO. H. BJVIES CI. LID.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
One thoroughbred White
One Iivercolored thorough
bred Pointer, Bitch. Just the
right age for training.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
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