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Roger and Gollet,
Gosnell's, in all odors '
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles, '
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
Be nson, Smith &Co., Ltd
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Orpheum Building, Fort Street.
IZZiJ&JLt ICLEMME, Piop'l.
Is a first-class modem hotel. A German chef ihas been
ipeclally Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few officer to let In the hulldlne. 1206
Another One Hundred Tons of
"" JUST LANDED
xx T TH la .X. Xa
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
In Bedroom Sets, 2-4, 3-4 and 4-4 Bedsteads ; Chiffoniers, Meat Safes; Wire, Wool
and Moss Mattresses; Birber and Dentist Chairs, Tables, etc., to be sold at San
Francisco prices at the 1. X. L. S. W. LEDERER,
P. O. Bok SIS. Telephone 478. Proprietor.
i laEiaiaisaisiaiiiisiaisisisisia wsifflsisjaiais
Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
W. W.r'WR.IGmT;, Prop'r.
V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
' Merchants and Commission Agents. "
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clarlphos'G-Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belling Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
35 DIFFERENT STYLES!
Gold Oak Bedroom Sets,
CHEVAL AND DUCHESSE
In Elegant and Various Designs.
EXTENSION DINING TABLES, PARLOR AND DINING CHAIRS
Just to hand per "Wildir."
Coyne - Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progresa Sloolc, Fort Se Beretanla Sta.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P, O. Box (79 Telephone $64.
THE CHARM OF WOMEN.
The wish to be beautiful Is every s Oman's heritage. She never looses It. It
brightens every day of her life. There Is one charm within the reach of everv
woman-the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes It easy.
"Will Land Sliortly,
EX BAKKENTINE IRMQARD,
napness.ouprcys, i-nactuns, ea
and Carriage Materials.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 8T.
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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, AUGUST H'
Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles and
Sick Headache the Results Doc
tored for Years Without Relief.
" My blood was out ol order, and I be
gan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It has
purified my blood and relieved me o(
rheumatism, kldnoy trouble and sick
headaches. I have been afflicted with
these difficulties (or years. 1 am now able
to do a good day's work. Rheumatism has
troubled me slnco I was a child, but I am
now entirely well." Miss Fbeobb Bai
LRT, Box 446, Pasadena, California.
"I hare suffered from the effects of Im
pure blood, bolls, pimples, etc., for five
years. I hare tried various remedies with
out relief and finally purchased six bot
tle of Hood's Sarsaparilla.'" The .bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared since I
began taking this medicine. ' I am now
entirely cured." Louib Thomas, 1413
11th Btroet, Oakland, California.
Is the best In (act the One True Blood Puri
fier. All druggists, tl, six (or IS. Oct Hood's.
Hood's Pills SlTte"-
Hotels and Restaurants.
Quality, as well as Quantity
The Best Meal,
A LA CARTE, OR
.IS TO BE IIADJAT TUB.,
Open. .A.11 Hours.
FORT St., ABOVE HOTEL St.
Private Dinners served on short notice
for any number of covers.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had (or tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
"Durlnj? June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
:: End of Car Line
W. OTTMAN, Proprietor.
Draught and Bottlod Door.
Wlnos of all brands'of the host quality.
Tho only Uconsod establishment in
tho district. 1210
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maui, can be sccotmnodated
at MRS. II. B. UAILKY'S,
TeniiH, $10 por wook.
at 10 cents
DoIIverod In any quantities to suit.
Ixmvo your ordora at STAR DAIUY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
L. E. PINKHAM,
Ofllco with the Pacific Hardware Co.,
Eutl TiatOH glvon and contractu iimdn
for wolls on nny of tho IhIiiikIh. SIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the most bklllful holiest class drillers,
HAWAIIAN AT OMAHA
TLo Omaha World-HorHld of
July 19 says: With rippling laugh
tor, greetings in a soft, musical
tongue and sunny smiles, a happy
crowd of twenty-eight native Ha.
wniinns tnmblpcl from thoir epeoi
al ear on the Union PaoiBo from
the wost yesterday afternoon.
laden with Japanese bampors and
valises iiuci tigrvoably responded
to everything tho reception com
mittee wanted done. It was the
Hawaiian villaue for tho oinosi-
tion, tho jolly orowd of musicians
holahula dancers, native fisher.
ujen, swimmers, divers, awa-dnnk-ers,
poi-eaters and representatives
nf HnWAimn nrimilivn ontlnma
Hut thoy are not primmvo na
lives of a barbarous land. Not
much. At the head is John H.
Wilson, oivil engineer by profes
sion, and the cliaporono is Mibb
Loilihua, a Hawaiian lady of tra
vel and culture. Fivo of the
porty have been twioe before in
Auibiictt, aud r speak English
fluently; while others have travel
od extensively in foreign countries
and it may bo said that tho ma
jority have soen more of tho world
and are better posted on its ins
and outs than one in a bundrod
After soven days ocean voyago
to Vancouver: overhauling thore
by tho Canadian customs
authorities, and again at Seattle
by too American health and cus
toms authorities, and tho long
rido by rail without rest, tho
orowd laughed at the idea of bo
iog tired or norvous. They wero
lively as crickets when mot at the
train by W. W. Umsted, the
commissioner of tho exposition.
who met tbem in Honolulu; Dau
Login, tho Hawaiian commission
er to tho exposition; Charles Fan
ning, 1'bomas ti. Benton and
others immediately interested in
tun village concession. Thoy
wero hurried to n special Far
nam street motor, decorated with
baonors and takou out Faro am
street, and later to the exposition,
serenading the World-Herald and
other places on routo.
The airs played by tho nativo
UawauanB rose turillinmy from
tho opon trolley, and only the
viow obtained of the BurrounuincB
prevented the enchantment of a
southern see no possessing tho de
lightful listeners to the too brief
Hawaiian music evidently par
takes of tho nature of tbo climo of
its composers. Its strains form n
lulling, soothing melody, dreamy,
with a lingering sonso of sadness,
markedly swaying in motion like
the roll of a summor sea, the
beauty of tone is profoundly indi
cative to a Bonsoousnoss of foeling
characteristic of tho southern
zones, whilo its composition is
oven, and contains nothing to an
tagonise tbo harmony roquired by
the classical oar.
Tho advent of thisolass of music
to the already excellent features
afforded at tho exposition csunot
fail to add zest to the pleasure of
the music-loving element; while
the novelty attendant upon tho ap-
fiearanco of those pooplo of far off
ands will undoubtedly attraot and
hold the attention of those whose
tastes do not rnn towards the
divtno art of Apollo.
Rotorning down town tho party
was tskon to tho Arcade, whero n
rush was made for tho bath rooms
and tbo barber shops, and in a
fow hours, like people always are
who know how to take euro of
themsolves away from homo, wore
at their easo.
They registered as Jim Shaw,
wife and two childroo; John Ed
wards, wife and ono child, W. B.
JonoB, George 'P. Townsend, Mr.
unci Mra. Piol, Miss Mahailani,
Miss Malio Kahuna, Miss Kiilio,
Mrs. Keliikahuna, Miss Melo
Kaulana, Miss Loilihua, Sam Ka
maluo and child, Kenha Itmmi,
Mr. and Mrs. Kualii, Thomas
IlonneBsey, Mekia Kealakai,
Thomas Silva, W. H. Sea and
John H. "Wilson.
Of them, Jim Sbaw, John Ed
words, W. B. Jones, Thomas
Henuossoy and W. H. Leo are
musicians and Mr. and Mrs. Piol,
Mies Mahailani, Miss Malio Ka
huna, MisH Melo Kaulana, Sam.
Kamaluo, Keaha Inana, Mr. and
Mrs. Kualii and Mekia Kealakai
Tbo freight of tho party i
delayed and ia expected to orrivo
Friday.' It' consists of material
for nativo huts, canoes, fishing
outfits, material for an exhibition
of poi eating, awa root for tho
manufacture 0! nativo drinks and
other queor things.
Tho nativo quintet, or tather
four members constituting a
quartet, were at tho World's fair
and( again at the Midwinter ox
Real Estate and Insurance.
LUnJE and 1TIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
JAS. H. LOVE,
FORT ST., NEAR KING.
McBryde Sugar Co.
Mutual Tel. Co.
Olaa Sucar Co.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular mention given to purchase and sale of
Hawaiian Sugar Slock.
Loan, Negotiated. Eastern anil Foreign Stock!
403 California St.,
Sun Francisco, Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers 6b Dealers
tW We will Day or Hell Beal Estate It
til par ta of the gronp.
py We will Bell Properties on Heapon
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnoso Granite Hltclilur
Posts, $5 oach.
Property in town.
HOUSES TO LET.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
OCTiONEEK AND BTOOK imOE3H
No. 45 Queen Btreet.
Export AppraiBement of Bob)
Sfltate and Furniture
Stock and Bond Broker
.Member of Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Mqlnerliy Mock, Fort Htrnct.
OHAS. J. PALK,
Mombor Honolulu Stock Exchange
Kcoin301, Juild Ilulltling.
P. E. E. STRAUOH,
Real Estate i Broker
Flunnclul Agont and Collector.
Lincoln Dlock, 010 KIiik Htroet.
1346 Telephone 64,.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock nnd Bond Broker.
Member of the Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Queen stroot, opposite Union
Telephone y6. P O. Boa m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Membei of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Telephone ti. P. O. Boa 504
General Manager ot
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Ot the United Btotes tor tbo Uawallto
Orr'OAt Merchant street, Bono'nlui
m , -' kisi ,'
, Brokers and Jobtwrs.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sngar Hennery Oo. ot 8m
Baldwin LooomotiTe Works of Phis.
delphia,Penn.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NatioM
Uane8hredder),Nr-7 York, TJ. 8. A,
N.Ohlandt & Go's Chemical FertUlaMM
Alex Cross ft Sons, high grade fertftV
iters for Cane and Coffee.
Seeds Steam Pipe Corerlng
Offer for Sale
Parafflne Faint Oo's P ft B Paint aa4
Papers; Lncol and Linseed oils, riff
Indari...). (a oold water paint) In wUM
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime Uaf
CASTLE & COOKE,
the Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
Die Kohala Sugar Co
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Kotoa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Works. St. Lou I,, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. UlaVe Steam I'umpj.
The New England Life Insurance Co, of Bottta
The .Etna Tire Ins. Co. of Hartford. Conn
Th Alliance Assurance Co of London.
Agents for tho California and Orient
J HDD BUILDING,
;'?m. G. Irwin & Co.
Via. O. Irwin, President and Manages.
Jlous Sprockets, - - Vioe-Presidefsl
V. M. QiiTard, Secretary nnd Treamrtjl
Tbeo. 0. Porter, Andttet
AOBITTB 0 IBB
IUEANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF BAN FRANCISCO. OAL-
BKllWER & COMPANY, LIM1TE)
Qaeen street, llonolaln, H.L
Hiwallitn Agricultural Companr. Onomta Sacat
:liioimny, Ilonomu Sugar Compan, Wallukl
ugar company, vv amee augar (.ompany,
igar Cotnuanv. Haleakala Ranch Comnanr. Ka.
pala kauch. Planter' Line Saa Frandaca
'itcketa, Chaa. Brewer ft Co.'s Line of Boetoa
'arkett Agents Boston Board of Underwrltejft '
wnti Philadelphia Board of Underwriter.
LUt OT OFFICERS!
ianttforj K F Bishop, Treasurer and Salt
ihryjCol.W F Allen, AndltonOMCookt,
t watorhonpe, A W Carter. Directors.
M. PHILLIPS &.CO..
IVholoealo Importers and Jobbers ol
.aropean and American Dry 6oo4
Port and Clneen Htreets.
RHBR&L COMMISSION mm.
Oir Pori ml Uneon Htronts Honololi
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel Street, opposite Water
house & Co.
Strictly new it8 Cleveland Hlcycles for Rem,
Second-hand Bicycles for sale.
Repairing r-ronptly and thoroughly attendat
All work guaranteed.
, R. CLARK
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved ami modem SUGAR MA.
HINI'UY of evry rapacity iintl tie.
riptlun ituxlo to nrilor. Boiler work
in.l IUVETKD IMVKS for Irrigation
liurpoHPH a Hiioclalt) . Purtlcular atten
tlon pnlil to JO II WORK, and roMlrsez.
clltfl'l ntMhnrtl nolli'
R. M. DUNOAN,
Collector and General Busi
Olllro, 113 Kiiliumanii street.
Also prepared totnko orders for tilling
In low lnllds anil torraciiiK. Work
promptly attended to. 121
Unltod States CtiHtom House Rroicer,
Accountant, Searchor of Titles and!
Oonoral lttisiuotui A(;ent.
vlITICli No. 15 Kuahumanu street.
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa'a oOlco,