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HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 20, -lttUy.
MKKTINO OP K1LOHANA AHT LEAOUK.
Awakening activity acd inlorcst
ia tboEilobana Art LeBguo shows
in the announcement of tho annu
al meeting of tbat society, nt their
rjoms in the Model block, Fort
strcot. Members are requested to
attoncl at 4 o'clock, Friday after'
noon, for the election of officers, I
the lormatiou of committcps in the
different circles nod tho tramac
tion of othor business.
Tho near approuoh of the semi
annual oxbibition show's tho active
members of the pictorial cirolo
bard at work in their various linm.
Thorp is promise of work from II
M. Molt Smith, H. Kolloy, Miss
Parke, D. Howard Hiiohcook and
other artistB in color, while tho
ohinn paintinc dopurtuiont, wi.oil
carving, pyroraphy and other
lines will b.t ropreeeuted by the
dovoteos each of his particular
Til CooVlnjr Sellout,
Mies Morpau was in her office
yesterday to attend to mstters in
connection with the Housekeeper's
League cooking school. A large
number of ladies put in apt oar
ance, taking aloDg thoir Guitieeo
and J;pautse cooks, Miss Mor
gan's oDico is at the corner of
Queen and Punchbowl streets and
she may be Beeu nuv afternoon
this wef-k. The Chineeo class
will begin Monday at 1:30. 'tht
Japanese Tuoediy at 1:30, and the
class for women of all nationalities
Wednesday at l:3l). A class for
girls from 10 to 15 will be started
(Saturday moruiog, Novembur !,
at D o'clock. '
K. H. I.turmlit Wrrcheil.
Seattle (Wash.), October 15.
By tho United States revenue cut
tar Cor win, which arrival here to
night, survivors are brought of the
steamship Laurnda, which lies a
wrock in Zapadine bay, St. Geore
island. Tho LaurHtla, Captain
Frank White, left Seattle Septf-m-'
ber Villi for Capo Nome with u
cror; of forty- uight officers uud
men and tweuty passengers. She
carried a lull cargo of general
merchandise, hay, lumber, thirty,
six head of cattle and 130 sheep.
Honolulu Messenger Service de
livers messages and . packages.
Tolephon378. "- -- - -
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Hide a Cleveland; thoy
I ' A rH,,,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-R1.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CO
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BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all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
. Their position was not gamed1
and is not maintained,
by. purchased influence 1
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
ProeresB Bloolc, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chkkerlng, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..-.-
Good Soloitors wanted. See
Thocaeoof Christen vs. Mngoon
is being tried before Juduo IVrry.
Twenty Tribunes wore received
by Whitman & Co. on the Australia.
D. F. 11. Isenberg has sued
Charlie Dickereon to foreclose a
mortgage for $300.
Manager Frank Hoogs of th
Star contemplates a trip to the
Coast iu the near future.
Herr Paetor Iecnborc will
preach next Sunday, October 29,
at Y.M.O.A. hall. See New Today.
There will be a meeting of tho
St. Louis College Literary society
tonight nt the college hall at 7
Tho Central Union Choral So
ciety will meet at tho Central Uni
on Church this evening at half
Albert Hoogs, who arrived from
the Slates cot long ago, has aa
cepted a position with W. W. Di
rnond & Co.
All holders of the Dillingham
(lock in the Waialua Agricultural
On. will find an important notice
under New louoy.
Boggy spreads and a full line
of canvas goods kept by Pearson
& i'otter Co., Ltd., awuiug anil
Tho Pacific Import Company
announce a great sale of White and
colored wacb waists; also table li
nen, etc. Sen ad on page 8.
The annual meeting of tho Kilo
bana Art League is calhd tor -1
o'clock. Friday afternoon, at the
League rooms, Model block.
Tho Bristol) Lyrif coatumurs,
2,700 in numbfT coitiuul in 'Jl
trunks, were nppriu-ed by tbe
Custom House officials fcr
Claims bc.ainet the ship Antiope
mu6t be presented for toltlement
before 4 p. m. tomorrow at the
office of Alexander it Baldwin.
Seo New Today.
F. J. Amwpg, chief engin-.er
for the Honolulu Rapid Transit
Co., wasemong the paseoogers in
tbe Australia yesterday. This
time Mr. Amweg comes to stay
and has brought his wife aud
Dr. Albert B. Carter of Mokao,
Koolau is very ill, little hope, of
his recovery being entertained by
bis friends. Relatives of the
family have bson summoned to his
residence on the other side of the
Down at the Honolulu Stock
Yards Co.s Stables a largo forco
of men is busy unpacking and
assembling too rolling stock rec
ently purchased on tho coast and
which when it appears will opou
tho eyes of intending purchasers.
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Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this iuv shoa,
fresh from the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will (fit with perfect
comturt, and always retains
. ' Mnlnfirnv Shoe Stnrfi.
waaiwiiaj wuww wiuiwi
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 t
have examined hito the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearliiR to me that the sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars hag been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Hank are'H. I:. Dllllng
ham, ownfiiE 200 shares of stocl., Mark P
Robinson, owning 2X shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wrlght, owning 50 shares, and Cec'i
Brown, owning 36 shares, and that all
residents of Honolulu, In the Island ot
Oahit,! and It also appearing to me tl .1
said corporation has complied with a1' .ne
provisions of the Banking ,Act oi tS'J4,
required oeiore commencing uui'ies. anu
Is lawfully entitled to cominr .e the busl
ncss of banking, permission l therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to " THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, Lift.
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and -tin
seal of the Department of the
SEAL. Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spread.over the buggy
when not hi us. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
We irake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, fttachlnery Covers, and In fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
The above Is a muc and faithful copy
th. Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions ot tne Hanking Act of is4
TAKO PATCH FIDDLES.
Woikminttilp nJ MittrUt Guaranutd. Ittrai"
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
oiing, Timing anil Unlacing
Lino Xioi'weHliooinjj n, Spocinlty.
-No. 210K KINOK
- to door Ixlow Punchbowl lit.
Grnitaris, : I nixlelifc
TARO PATCH FIDULfc5.
Woiknanthlp nJ material ruaranttei Rtpatii.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
Queen Street near Fort.
5J4 FORT ST.,
4 Near comer ol Chaplain Uh
Cleanlnr and Repairing at Short Notlci.
, and In tha belt poailblt anner.
O. A. GltOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
ClotliOH iimclo to onlnr at n roBMiiinUa
-on. Clothi'H (Iciiiicd, rolmlred arc!
dyed. Klrht-clHt-H -work muuuntccil. 1,
O. Wix ahU. Unlini utrt-ft, Hont'lu.B,
H. L I26S
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS
.Has now on view the choicest selection o'f;,,
Hih Class Opera- Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
i..i i . I c..l.. .alU Vlia aiUrrint TAAi1e rimnrcA OPCDA PADCC
WAISTS.. MARIE 'ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
ie present New i orK ana rans lasnions. n i a in me very latest eastern
stvles. Also Fr nees and Butterlly tlietts,
designs of tienresent New York and Paris fashions,
Also Fringes ana uuueniy niiecis.
During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged a special depirtment for
P.nlffMirx nf thi- l.ntt Pnrlslan stvles.
Social Engagements may be made by ringing up
What toiiriBta od(1 travelers
really should rjurobnee is some
tbiop that will last, somethiDg
tbat will over remind them of '.bis
Pacifio-"Pftrfl(liue," Tbo "Alnhn
Collection of Hawaiiim'Snnge," ia
tbo only articln tliat will fully nut
infy. Price 3. For ante Ht tn
Hawaiian Baznar, Masonio Tem
ple, corner Hotel and Alalia
Camarino's Las jnst liiudoil ex
Australia a fall lino of Grnpoe,
Plnme, PencbpB, Apples, Barlett,
Pearc, OrnnaHc, Leojons, Celery,
Cnbhape, Cauliflower, Burbnuk
Polatoe.p, Ouions, Dated, Dried
FIcb, AflBortnd Nuts, Salmon,
Flounders, Halibut, Orabe, East
crn and California Oysters (iu tin
and rbell), Tnrkry, Chicken,
Duck, etc, etc. "
Akima aud Georn Kikila were
each fined 50 and costs iu the
Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of gambling. It appears
tbat these two 'fellows with one
other, whose case has been post
poned, were the fellows behind
tbo' game Rut'sinn War on tbe Pa
citJo Mail wharf yesterday.
mail to Hawfll
PoatrouBter General Out slates
that be will forward by tbe
Helen e, sailing this aflornoou,
foreign and local mail to tbo
whole of Maui and Hip wiudwoid
Eorte of Hawaii, taking in Mabc
ona, Kan aud Hilo as woll as
tho ports between.
I Am Now Showings-
A few pieces of French
Organdie and Fancy Pique. upto
date New York style, and well worth
different shades and colors in high'
grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN
llll No. 10 FORT ST. fli
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