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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTRMMI3U 20, 18!)9.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Detwcen Boards YestctJay Afternoons 93 "S
Session Yesterday Allernoon: 10 Kllipl 5. This
Morning; 8) OIaa)-to, 50 Olaa 310, 18 Olaa 3-10,
10 Dva )H. 35 H.S, 314, jo Klliel 4K, 1; KlheUM.
too llonoK.111 33H1 ioO.1nu.80, 100 Ookafa nl Si 60.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Is ONE of the many good features, of the
"Oliver" Type -writer.
FOR SALE AT
;, Fairf Luau
In connection with the Sewing Society of I
St. Andrew's Cathedral, I
Saturday, Sept. 30th,
In the Cathedral Grounds.
Flower, Fancy, Hawaiian, Fijian, Sewing,
Candy, Lemonade, Ice Cream,
And Grab Bag
Emerald Glee Club In Attendance.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
Doors open a. m. to j p, m.; 7 109:30 p, n,
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Monday and Thursday, Sept. 26 and 28.
Musical and Descriptive
By WIIERAIIIKO RAWEI, B. A.,
The Brilliant New Zealand Native Orator,
"The Land of the Maori."
Charmingly Illustrated Kith Music, Sone and Su
perior Scenery, Showing NEW ZEALAND NATIVE
Llr-E In all Its Humorous, Pathetic and Tragic
PRICES OF ADMISSION, 50c and ajc. Doors
open at 7:30; commence at 8 p. m. 1330
Subscribers to the BUL
.. ' LETIN not receiving their pa
I y pers promptly will confer a
1 favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
WHITMAN & CO.,
"No. 5 John Street,"
"Dreamers," a Club,
"Garden of Swords,"
They're new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO
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: JUST OUT :
-Aloha Collection -Hawaiian
PUBLISHED BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 71 cents a Song !
Contains the Following Choice Selections:
i. Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
2. Ua Like no a Like.
3. Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
5. Maul (Two Step).
6. Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
7. Makalapun, Lllluokalanl's Ser
8. AwafAulu. "
9. Lei Ponf Mol (Wreath of Car
nations). 10. Vloleta.
11. He Lei No Kalulanl (Wreath for
12. Alnahau ( Kalulanl 's Home).
13. Nu'a 0 Ua Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
1 5. Wal 0 Punalau (Waters of Puna-
.16." Sweet Violet. " " ", ,' 'fa.
17. Malkal Walplo (Beautiful Wal-
18. Poll Pumehana.
19. Ka Inu Wal.
20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
21. Na'i Aupunl.
23. Remember, Be Sure and Be
24. Pua 0 ka He-! (Sweet Rose Bud).
25. Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
26. Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
27. Ol Hoi Ha.
28. Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My
30. Paahana, "Hula."
32. Halll Po I ka Lehua.
33. Sunny Manoa.
34. Maunawlll, "Hula."
35. Hone Sakala.
36. Moanl Ke Ala (Two Step). t
V Wlflwlll Wal.
40. Sweet Lel'Mamo.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
CORNEB FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
8, S. Aorangi duo from the Co!
TI10 Oamern olub meots at the
Y. M. 0. A. this ovoniug.
A drum liter wns born to tho
wife of Hou. H. M. Sewall yee
tordny. A party ot twenly-fivo Haolelen
Lawu LjuestB nttonded tho Orpho
um ltut night.
Steatnero report good weather
at Eunuapali and on tho Hama
kuti and Knu coasts.
Sni'irjg of Hospital Ship Be
lief from San Francisco has been
Tho hunters are now becininc
to call at tho Tax Office to pay in
$5 each for their banting licenses.
0. L. Rhodes of tbo Star is
uito ill at tho Queen's hospital
lie complaint being intermittent
In tbo Folico Oonrt this fore
noon Awatin, charged with truan
cy, was reprimanded and die
Georco Greon charcod with em-
beazlomont, has been committed
to the next term of tbe Circuit
Court for trial.
Mrs. J. A. Oruzan returned to
hor homo in Hilo in tbo Einau
today. Her son Harold is attend
ing Oahn College
Tho stook subscription books of
tbo Orphoum Co., Ltd., are open
for inspection at stated hours on
Thursday and Friday. See Now
Tho Grand Army Flag com
mittee bad an important meeting
last ovoning in tho Wnverley
Olub rooms. Good progress was
A. McDowell and Georgo Har
rison, charged with violating
Rule 2G of tho Oarriago Rogula
tions, havo had tboir coses set for
About a third of tho cases on
tho Folico Court calendar this
forenoon werodisohargedby Judgo
Wilcox on tbe testimony of tho
Good shoes, stylish shoes and
cheap shoes aro boing sold at A.
E. Murphy & Co.'s rotiring salo.
This will be i proved if you in
vestigate. Get your share before
it is too late.
Many of tbe 700 immigrants per
Japanese S. S. Bankoku Mara
wore shipped on the Einaa to Ha
waii plantations today. All of tho
Japanese have been landed from
tbo vessel and will bo in tboir
now homes in a day or two.
The marriage of Mr. Joaauim
Bodriguos to Miss Bose Enoa In
dio will take place on tbe evening
of Sept. 30, at 7:30 o'clock, at tbe
Marquesvillo cburob. After tho
ceremouy tho reception will take
plaoe at the bride a parents' homo.
The Orpheum bad a crowded
house last ovoning. Tbe voDtri
loquist was as excellent as over.
From his dialogues with his auto
rnatons bo shows clearly that ho
keeps up with the times. His
local bito wore all very cleverly
The coroner's jury in tho cse
of the death of Eekiona will in
vestigate this matter very closely.
It is stated that when the collision
took place Jiiciuto Miquol drovo
on about his business without
stopping to Beo what be had
Tim following transports aro
duo heto daring the nest three,
wepks: Belief, Centennial, Ta
coran,Geo. W. Elder, Sikh, Slier
man, Bio do Janeiro, Sheridan,
Glonogle, Valencia, Charles Nel
son, Ze&lnudin, Qnncouk, Lennox,
Olympia aud Victoria.
The wedding of Mr. Boujamin
Oorrea. to Miss Adelaide Marshal
daughter of the well known ex
pressman, will take placo at tho
Roman Catholic Cathedral at7:80
o'clock, on Saturday ovoning,
Sept. 30. Tho reception will tako
place nfter the coromony at tho
For Lahaina, Hilo and 'way
Eorts, per stmr Einau, Sept 28
r Nichols, Mr Harrison, Bev T
Takahashi, F D Groany, A S
Humphreys, A L Young, 'J B
For Lahaina, Eabului and 'way
ports, per stmr Maui, Sept 26
Ah Ping, San Ming, W J Ouqlbo,
wife and 2 children, Mrs Pfieffer,
MissWst, Mrs OH Dickeyand
maid, B F Wilbor, F N Moior, A
Hooking, T 0 Thayer, Mrs Dunn,
Mrs P N Eahokvolnna, Mrs A E
Dicky, child and nurse, Mrs Liwai
Joseph and child, S N Norrie,
I W "Xmu I mmwm i
H If' ?SK iHOB H DRESSY, AND 8
M - ?!k H STYLISH. i
H 'rV ''Sr H? Another! winner In this
KtMki"'tvJ 'ff tl Esy comfortable and
M 3Sfcfe;8y$' "rV. !H sen',",'e A combination of 3jj
m KUi i5k m everythlnR.ithat denotes re- z
Pi BHal?v'r l"memen'' W
"WisiBBllfciJA 1 There Is nothlnc that we fej
M ""i a can ajj f0 ncrease t)e repU. gg
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P & MURPHY Shoes. They stand pre-eminently In a distinct class of M
ffi their own. If you haven't worn a J. & M. you don't know what com- jjg
I o. ;. Mclnerny Shoe Store, j
1-3 Off on
We take pleasure In announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes lines, suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash to and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
Omaha WorId Herald,
July 19, 1899 :
"Hawaiian music partakes of the nature of the clime of Its composers.
Its strains form a lulling, soothing melody, dreamv. with a lingering sense of
sadness, markedly swaying In motion like the roll of a summer sea; the
beauty of tone is profoundly Indicative to a sensuousness of feeling character
istic of the southern zones, while its composition Is even, and contains nothing
to antagonize the harmony required by the classical ear."
"Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs."
Price 3. For Sale at
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Guitars, U k u I e &.
TARO PATCH FIDDLE,,
Wotkminihlp tnl M.ltrl.l GuariirM.1 k.niriu
-No. 219HK1N. "1
Kins itrttt. - two door, btlow Panchoo. M
Guitars, : TJlcTx)e"C
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and material Euarantt.4 kn.itti
CHARLES CRAM K,
534 FORT ST.,
Neat corner of Cnan.m i f
Gleaning and Repalrlne at Sbort ht-u.
and In th. belt ponlble aann.
O. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAI LOR.
Clothes made to ordor at a rpn-oii
cost. Clothes cleaned, repalre-i n4l
dyed. First-claw work guaranteed ?
O. box 280. Union street, Hom.-io.,
H. L -H
Torchon : :
No. 10 FORT ST.
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