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THE EVENING LTJLLET1N: HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 21, 1000.
THE LATEST POPULAR SONG HITS!
'I Duml.nl IM Protect Her and
At tune the treat nJ only Helen Mora. anj other Inline American lingers.
Companion Son to"Bcau:"
"I Love You Yet."
Ttx litest ballad mam, by h tamoui author and compowr ol "Cenevlve,"
as ung by Mill Mac Marsh (Shubtrt'a Soprano Sololit )
"She Has Left the Old Love Fop the New."
Burdl Uartram'a big hit In "Ttw Denver Express."
Mil Keep My Promise to You."
The latest New York cr il.
"Tlin Rt. I.oulft"- March and Two-8ten,
As rlayed by lead nc Anurtcan bands. (Arranced as piano sulo )
PKICD, SO CENTS I'EK COl'V.
tfd4rcss In the United States, Canada, Mexico,
THIRTY-FIVE CENTS (l'er) or the entire collection
two compositions II purchasea irom any one rui mi pu Dinners.
11 ou have any doubt regarding the genuineness ol this unprecedented offer send us ij cents (sliver)
fa pwipf express charges and wc will send the music C, O. D. with privilege ol examination. Address
1 Tie uunn nLLOUii vuiiirnni,
HAWAIIAN, SONGS '
' 1 ! t.
K40 Selected ones for $3.00
Comer Hotel and
BARMlNY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. O. F
MMta erery Monday evening at 7:30,
m Humour Halt. King street,
c. J. D. MCVEIGH. N. 0.
B. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All Thrtlng brothers very cordlallj
MT8T10 LODGE No. 2, K. of P.,
MmU every Wednesday evening at
r.H "o'clock, Castle Hall. Fort street.
Halting brothers cordially invited to
Sttrad. S. J. 8ALTEtt, O. C.
Ull A. K. MURPHY, K. R ,S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M
Meet every third Thursday evening
I CUsonto Temple. All visiting com
alona cordially invited
A. F. Q1LF1LLAN, H. P.
f. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. L K. T.
In Mssonlc Temole on the sec-
Tkuradsr evenlnK of each month.
vltlUng Sir Knights courteously ln-
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
f. D. TUCKKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Oaatle Hall. 420V4 Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
TltlUng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
MU K. of R. and S.
HUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 ,A. & A. S. R
jatts the first Thursday in each
Hitk. at Masonic Tomplo. Sojourn-
Ut and visiting brothers cordially in-
tSttl to attend all meetings
W. M., FRANK D. AUERBACH.
IttAN B. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary,
LODOB LE PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A .8. Rite.
Mated meetings on the lost Mon-
u ech month, in its ball, Masonic
C. M. WHITS, W. M.
. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
O. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, O. A. R
wutment of California and Neva
la, meets at Harmony Hall, King
Mntt, first Thursday evening of every
Mtk. Sojournlnc comrades are cor
bUly Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
PAB. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
PUted meetings, first Monday each
smth. Special mettlngs, when called
fftrUl be noted In this space).
Members Lodge Lo Progrea, Pacific
VatlaaC and 'all sojourning brethren
BD. I. SPALDING, W. M.
V. K. O. WALLACE, Secretary.
MNBIGN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
Ik. United States of America, meets at
Urmony Hall, King street, every sec
end and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. m. Visiting comrades are
All honors; '' Vrged soldiers or
sailors, elths wau or volunteers,
re eligible Ur jnec'urmhlp.
E. J. WILSON,
f. D. BHEAHAN, Adjutant,
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Block, Bethel street, Stan
gart magazines and porlodjcals; II
Wnrr;, billiard, pool and card tables
tar tree use .of members. Arrange
BMatta tor transient visitors. Entrance
a fLM. monthly dues $L Open from
Pa.' at.' to 11 p. m.
A. V. n PI ATI PruMnnL
I T. COPSLAND, Recording Sec.
t. BJRIMUEUUK, JIB. MO'jr.
In order to establish a permanent mall order
busluess (at a marked advantage tovoursell) we
will send vou the abma tones postoald to any
Cuba, Porto Rico or th Philllrplnet upon receipt of
sent postpau tor UNt uullak. roe rrica 01 any
ST. LOUIS MO.
You are worn out, tlrod, can't put
the energy you desire Into your
duties. Well, then, 'you must try
something that will ovoroome this
feeling and restore you to perfect
From childhood we are taught to
respect the curative features of herbs.
Our grandmothers used them, and
were, as a rule, versed In the art of
preparing remedies from various
We have a preparation that Is of
the old-fashioned type purely vege
table, made of herbs with wine. For
a general tonla to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a better
For malarial disorders, Ions of ap
petite, that tired feeling, loss of en
orgy, It is a true panacea.
Royal Bitten it the namt,
They gave me at my birth,
From Royal no one need refrain,
lie ute will turely bring mirth.
Put up in pint bottles at 60 cents.
Hollister Drug Co.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund, the uionev If itlvnrlifc
fails to ci -. ". W. Grove's sujti l
is on each box. 25 cents.
250 Doz, WHITE BATH TOWELS, to be, sold, at- - $1.65 per doz.
2000 Pieces of VICTORIA LAWNS, to be sold at 95c. per pc. of 10 yds.
1000 Pieces India Linons, to be sold
9- SACHS DRY GOODS
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A full lino of harness and saddlery
at the V. V and S. Co,
American Messenger Service, Ma
sonic Temple. Tel. 444.
Assnclntcd Charities executive com
mittee meets nt 3 p. m. today.
WEDDING STATIONERY. Engraved
II. F. WICHMAN.
George Haffncr, Joweler, has moved
to Vineyard street near tho Queen ho
tel. W. G. ARhlcy Is confined to his liorao
with rheumatic fever, but Is improv
ing. Horses and rigs may be kept now at
Watklkl'now In tho stables at Long
A black leather bag containing surgi
cal Instruments hns been lost. Howard.
See Lost column
Walklkl Inn. Pleasant rooms, fine
bathing, excellent table and service.
Ksnry N. Almy, manager.
Miss Mary Krout, authoress and
newspaper writer, will begin a course
of lectures at Pauahl hall, Oahu col
lege, next Monday evening.
F. J. Cross did not leave for his Lon
don trip In tho Australia yesterday.
Mr. Cross expects to leave In tho China
If that steamer will take passengers.
a white lad had a finger badly nipped
In a bolt cutter at tho foundry, where
he had only gono to work within a
week. He had the digit dressed at tho
Residents of Knllhl state there are
several holes In King street near tho
brldgo that crosses the Kallhl stream
that need lmmedlato attention from
tho Road Supervisor.
Tho Kerosene hospital will bo main
tained for tho present to shelter In
curables, maintenance being by private
subscription. Bishop and Mrs. Willis
have a leading part In tho movement.
Tho United Carrlago Co., telephone
290 nt tho old stnnrt. King and Fort
streets. Hacks at a y hour. Also
(list class livery turn tuts. Lcavo your
order at tho ofllco and wo will do the
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I. O.
v. F Inducted tho following ofTlcers
last night: J. D. McVeigh, C. P.; O.
W. R. King, S. W.; F. W. Wood, H.
P.; C. Charlock, G. W.; L. L. La
Pierre, Scribe; L. W. Hough, Treasur
er. Brother Bertram, principal of St.
Louis college, was presented by the
Catholic clergy with a panorama ca
mera on his birthday. Ho Is a skilled
amateur In photography whoso work
has returned much benefit to tho col
lege, bo that the gift was most appro
priate. E. J. Wilson in charge of tho Vine
yard street, Relief camp reports that
the new twenty-room building will bo
ready for occupancy today. There are
now 930 people at this camp and a very
happy family they are though n big
one. The labor bureau Is doing good
worn rurnisnwg laborers and servants
tho night school has a good attend
ance and today tho free kindergarten
will be opened..
Apropos of the damage done by tho
prcsjnt fumigation process, a labor
ing man displayed at the Bulletin office
recently a coat that had passed through
tho process. The coat had been a very
good ono, but it was practically ruin
ed being streaked throughout with
yollow patches. Tho fabric was ap
parently not Injured but tho color was
a nondescript combination that fore
stalled further use except possibly as
a lady's shirt waist.
Ofllccrs wcro Instalcd In Excelsior
Lodgo, No. 1, I. O. O. F by District
Deputy Grnnd Slro W. C. Parko last
night. Those who were admitted be
yond tho sacred portals were E. Lof
qulst. N. O.; P. C. Martin. V. G,; L. L.
La Pierre, Secretary; W. C. Parko,
Treasurer; A. F. Clarke, Conductor;
G. J. Bolsso, Warden; J. Hodson, I. O.;
O. L. Doll, P. G.. R. 8. N. G.; C. E.
rasher, L. S. N. G.; W. J. White. R. S.
V. G.; J. F. Kennedy, L. S, V. O.; O.
Johnson, R. 8. S.; A. K. Anvlck, L. 8.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder ol Hlgh-Grade
Boats and Launches I
Wn,H fo, ifiiur: ex
P, O. Box . Ttle'phon ,&,
Jjr7"" ; Wl
They are Here ! They are Here !
-v .UL Va; -jl aA, IsiffiVfc
fNtptiotMt I0S6 ft ts P. O. Boa tVa
Q H. BBKREY, : Manager.
0- DMt collection, a Specialty.
HoDclnln Mercantile Aeency
Room 10, Spreckeli Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
pittances. No fee charged unless collet
ton Is made. 143
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
,.A S'"'' on hand and your In
.spectlon Is invited.
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable for residences, and Its cleanliness
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
upon application to
Lewers &, Cooke,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parquetry
Johnson's Floor Wax,
Johnson's Floor Brushes,
Johnson's Restorer, 9
L. E. PINKHAM, - CONTRACTOR.
Office with the Paclflo Hardware Co.,
1 Honolulu, H. 1.
Estinrwtes given and contracts made
for wella on any of the Islands. BIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the most skillful highest class drillers.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
ENGINEER, ' .
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloo nejt to Pru ..,(. 1223
U MES T. TATLOB,
M. Am. Sac C B.
806 Judd Bloek. Tele. 633.
nra 4 Co
PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. S3!tf7fc7-
E1SD0N IKON WOEKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
High Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Enslnes, Cane Cars,
vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BERETANIA STREETS, - - HONOLULU, H. H.
Fulton Engineering and Shipbuilding Works.
FULTON 1E0N WOEKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS OF
High Duty Pumping Engines,
t- .. . p0'"?? Marine and Mill EnRlnes, Marine anp Stationery Boilers,
bstlmates furnished for all classes of machinery, and for the equipment of complete
Hexa.i3r G- G-Iri.acet,
Representative In the Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE; Fort street, between Merchant and King streets. 1468
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TRACT -H- -H- -H-
Hounded by Keeaumoku, Klnau,
1 Plikol and Lunalllo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car line -J&' - - -p r
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
the cooling breezes of Makiki.
Lots Jox q0 feet will be sold for the reasonable
,'price of 1,250. Terms,
stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building operations.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GBAR, LANSING & CO.,
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
U j i
PUKE: HAWAIIAN COFFEES
Grr r or Koasted.
Large stock of (ioffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD3& CO., LTD.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limited,
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS,
Fine G redes of Smoking Tobacco.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
Is now located with C. Grotte, tauor,
at $2.65 per piece 24 yards.
2c;o cash, balance on in
en and after February 1st the UNION
EXPRESS CO. will have their ffice with
the Evening Bulletin.
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