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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 19, 1899, Page 5, Image 5',
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UlE hWEMNO MUlJJbTlN. HUNULlbU h. 1., OOL'OUUlt IS), ii'J'J.
Situated on tho oast sido of
Kaliln Valley. Tho viow to
Poarl Harbor is tbo best in
tbo city of Honolulu. Tbo
soil is Tory dcop; no stones
r rooks on tbo place.
Water will bo laid before
purchasers aro ready to build.
A spaco will bo sot apart,
in memory of tbo Princess
Kamlani, for a park. '
Tlio lots will bo sold at tbo
lowest prices in tbo market,
with which other real estate
agents will not afford to com
pete. Applications for lots will
bo received at our office, and
will bo given preference, of
cbosing lots in tbo order they
Por further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
October 4th, 1899.
There is only ono Jpbbo Mooro
Whiskey in the world and Mint is
cold and pure. Lovejoy & Co.,
are distributors for tho Hawaiian
WALL, NICHOLS CC
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tion of all Pianos in
the World !
BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all
others before any of the American Pianos now manufactured
BECAUSE they stand "to-day; the recognized repre
sentative of the highest development in artistic and scientific
piano building. . .
Their position was not gained'
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence 1 ,
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Progress Bloolc, .Fort St.
Sote Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
.-Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.-
Heavy rains are reported at Ka
noohe. Japanese steamer Toyo Maru
sails for Jnpan this evening.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, K of P.,
meet this evening at 7:30 in Oastle
Steamer John A. Gnmmins is
stepping a new mast at the Ocean
Steamor Elihu Thompson will
net away for Seattle tomorrow
The rain up to thia morning
was 1.1U tor Honolulu ana 1.11
Honolulu Chapter, No. 1, JR. A.
M., meet this evening in tho Mas
Young American wants a
chance to learn bartending. See
Clay Clement will be seen to
night in comedy; tho Kendalls
strong play UA Scrap of Paper."
Steamers Mikahala, W. G. Hall
and Waialoalo are at Makaweli,
Koloa and Hanamaulu respec
tively. Daring the absence of Qoo
Gbong, G. Kim Fook will act un
der full power of attorney. Seo
New To day.
Dr. M. E. Grossman haa mr.vtd
his office to Alakea street, three
doors abovo tho Masonic Temple.
See Now Today.
There was no session of tbo
Stock Exchange this afternoon
out of respect to the momory of
tno Ittte (Japt. J. A. King.
Dou't tries tho special enlo of
of organdies, hosiery and linen
goods at the Pacilic Import Co.,
Thursday, 1" ruioy auu Saturday.
Horaco J. Craft, formerly man
ager of the Pacifio Cyclo & Mafg.
Co, is now with the Wilder S. S.
Co. lluby D.ator has been ap
pointed to Mr. Craft's former
Mrs. L. A True arrived from
Snn Francisco to 'day on the bark
S. 0. Allen to join her hnabau'd
in Honolulu. Mrs. True brought
Master O. K. True, Dorothy Tiue
and Baby True with her.
The Cental Union Choral So
ciety will meet thia evening at
7:30 o'clock at Central Union
Church, instead of Friday evening
as heretofore. All who sing are
cordially invited to attend.
All the principal business
bou-ee, the bauks, the government
buildings am! courts are closed
today out of resprot for tho late
Captain J. A. King whoso body
nas boon lying in stats today.
Quite a lot of the goods belong
ing to tho stoio at the corner of
Hon-tniiin and Alakea streets were
put in n dilapidated c-nditiou
yesterday while being removed to
a storcuouse. ine question now
is, "Who will pay for the goods?"
. Thoro was to have been a meet
ing of football outbusiasts in the
Y. M. C. A. lat evening but tho
rains descended and only tbreo
men a turned up so tl.ore was no
meeting. Manager Crane will
make an attempt to get a meeting
in the near future.
Miss Williams, a daughter of
Captain Williams, keeper of the
lighthouse, aod Miss Clarke, an
other island girl, arrived in the 8.
0. Allen thia forenoon atter quite
a stay on tlie (JosBt. They bad a
splendid timo and are looking in
tbe "ery best health and spirits.
In Grecian and Roman
We have just opened an elegant line o' Ladies' Dress and
Evening Sandals, in Patent Leather, Bronze and Black, em
broidered vamps. New designs, one and two straps, and the
Grecian fold. The very pink of exquisite taste, essentially
full dress in every detail.
These are just in season for the Boston Lyrics and Clay
Don't tail to see these, before buying elsewhere.
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
We take pleasure In announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags, 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.,
3t2 Fort street. Telephone 565.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
IlLndred Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. Dilling
ham, owning 200 shares of stock, Mark P.
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wright, owning 50 shares, and Cecil
Brown, owning 36 shares, and that all i'
residents of Honolulu. In the Island of
Oahui and It also appearing to me that
said corporation has compiled with all the
provisions ot tlie Banning Act or I6J4.
required Dei ore commencing uusiness. ant
Is lawfully entitled to commence the busi
ness of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, Ll
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Department of the
SpAL. Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
MlnUter of the Interior.
Tlie above Is a true and faithful copy)
th: Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under tlie
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD,
TAKO PATCU FIDDLES.
Workmanihlp nd MtttrLI Gurnt5. R5lrf
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Painting, Trming aid Manufacturing
JETino Ooi'Hcsliooinpf a Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort. 1 328,
-No. 210H KINOI
Jose lie EsDirito Santos
Klne street, - todoorblo Punchfcowl hmi
Grixitars, 1 UUulolea,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workminshlp nl materUI gurntl.J'Rkll
4 FORT ST.,
-Ntr comer of Qupltla Uat
CUtnlne till Replr lor t Short Notic.
aa in vim p. pwww .
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
ClotliOH uiado to orilor at ft reason!)!
cost. Clothe cleaned, ropalrctl and
dyed. Flrst-cUm work guarantood. 1
O. box 2S0. Union street, llonolna
H. I. 12M
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
r 7 High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlne her recent Eastern visit. These elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES,
WA1STS.I MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECriWEAR of the richest
deslens of the present New York and Paris fashions. HATS In the very latest Eastern
...!.. Al.n Crlnre nnrt Rlltforflv HffeCtS.
'During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged a special department for
Coiffeurs or tne latest rarisian swies.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
" Han Wants but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
Join fti Procession
AND ORT IN
- Tie Pill Wini !
Cheaper Than Dirt
I Am Now Showings
Real Maltese Lace and Insertion,
Real and Imitation Valencienes Lace
and Insertion, Real Torchon Lace and
Insertion, Embroidered Lisse; Ivory,
Edel, Guipure, Malines Lace and In
The above are my personal pur
chases in England, and are worthy of
H -it! - i,
different shades and colors in high'
grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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