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THE LATEST POPULAR
l PfnmlHcd 1M Protect lien nnd I Will."
At lung -v the great and only IU.cn Mora, and ottwr leading American singers.
Companion So"' to Because."
"1 Love You Yet."
The latest ballad suness. ty the famous author and composer ol "Genevlvt."
as sung r-y Miss Mae Marsh (Shut rfs Soprano SotulH )
he Hob Lett the Old Love For the New."
Durdl Uattram's big tilt In "The Denver Express."
"Ill Keep My Promise to You."
The latest New York cr i.
UW1 Z Inula", itlnpcll Jinil TwO-BtCI.
As plaeJ by lead ng American banJs. (Arranged as rlano solo )
m. PRICU, SO CUNT5 lER COPV.
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i. l tffiit.! suits Canada. Mexico. v.ur, rono kico ur nw t'luuirriim up
1" IVB CLNTS ("eri oi "I The enVlre collecTlon sent postpaid lor ONE DOLLAR, the price ol any
In order to establish a permanent mall order
hiitii. fnt a marked advantage to yourself), we
III send you the above songs postpaid to any
-o expositions. f
i ruraitee ..preii charges and e Will send the music C. O. D. with privilege ol examination. re.
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS MO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOK SALE AT THE
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
CorneriHotel and AlakealStreets.
HARMuNY I.ODOB No. 3.
I. O. O. F.,
Hltti aierr Monday evening at 7:30
Mannony Hall Klnc street
J. D. McVEIOH. N. 0.
B. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
Ill Tilting brothers very cordlallj
MTBT10 LODGE No. 2. K. of I.,
MmU every Wednesday evening at
B:M o'clock, CbhIIo Hull. Fort street
VMUng brothers cordially Invited to
attend. 8. J. BAIl'Dtl, C. C.
Ul A. 13. MUKl'HY, K. It .8.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
It. A. M.,
MmU every third Thursday evening
fH MMonli Temple. Mi visiting coin-Mil-"-
" A. F.UILI'ILLAN, 11. 1
t. P. TUCKER. Bocrotnry.
No. 1. K. T.
aaU In Masonic Temple on the eec
, TkvrMUy evening o( each month
TUItlBf Sir Knlghla courteously In-
HENRY E. COOPER, E.
V. D. TUCKKBH. Recorder.
OAiiu Lcnan No. i, k. or i
Meets every Frhlny evening nt their
UaUe Hull, 420V4 Fort btreet, nt 7:30.
Members of Mystic IxmIko No. 2, uud
rUltlng brothers, eordlnlly Invited.
A. N. HINOLAIIt. 0. O.
NUUANU CHAPTER R0815
No. 1 ,A. & A. 8. II
m(i tho tlrnl Thursday In each
MiAtU, at Masonic Tomplo, Sojourn
tea stid vIsltliiK brothers cordially In-
s.UI to slttnd nil iiicutliiKM
W. M FUANIC II. AUKUIIACH.
tthUAH II, HUIUMOKOUU, Bwrotary.
WIDOW LB I'HOflltlCB I)H
No, 184, A. U A .8, Kltn.
UIhI mnetlnju on lliu hint Mon
it ( etch sionlli, In lis hnll, Musuulc
mU' U. M. WIIITW, W, M.
M. II. I'lUHU rlwiilury.
MHO, W. lX'I.ONd I'OHT No,
in, (i, a, H.,
PoutM'iit n( California nnd Neva,
k ssstti nt llunmmy Hull, ICIuk
WHl, Nrst Tlmrsduy t'VNiliiK of vury
nlk, Hojounilu ooiuruilus ars cor
f IliYlln'l In iitl'Uld.
141, T. OOIT.I.ANI), AilJI,
WAWAIIAN 1,01)1113 No, III,
V. A Nil A. M.
HUli'il M'"'UIIH M MMlHV I'tl'HllH).
Hi 7 UH H'tliHlt TlllllWUlill,
UktUl UmIiW III I'lMMItMe. I'lU'ini)
ItidU. Hill) ull 4wlllWK lllMlllllll
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ti 1, 11, WAl.UAim IiMiri'iMry.
Wriir IHlrtlllllBlllrWl. HIBII.
11H imNfIih Aiitl jitrliMliMliti . II
Wifi, iiltliHMli imiil m t'ttrtl uihn
lif Irrr lutr ol limiii it'i ArrmiHu-
Oil'! SKI VTit vre
' ' ,w l( S uMi I',mm.i,
of every de
An Elegant Assortment
at Reduced Rates I 'M.
Take your choice of these
bargains before they are
Hollister Drug Co,
LUCAl, AND GENERAL,
WB0DIN0 8TATI0NB11Y. Kngraved
II. F. W1CIIMAN.
Harmony Lodge No. S. I. 0. 0. F.,
will meet tonight nt 7:30 nt Harmony
CScorgo Hafrncr, Jowclcr, has moved
to Vlueyard street near tho Queen no
tch Whitney &. Marsh Imvo n change of
nil In this Issue presenting host of 1
Meeting of Women's Hoard In Cen-.
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trni union ciitircn ni t n; p. m. u
Tuesday, April 3d.
A notlco rclatlvo to the sixth asscsh
ment of the Klhcl Plantation Co. ap
pcars lti this Issue.
A New Yorker Is look I pi; for a posi
tion, clerkship ptefcrrod. Sco Want
column on page 8.
A notlco iclntlve to the second and
third assessments of tho Nahlku Sugar
Co. appears In this Issue.
J. A. Gonsalves, photographer, Ucro-
tnnla street, near pumping station.
First class work at low rates.
A notice relative to the fifth, sixth,
soventh nnd eighth assessments of the
Olaa Sugar Co. appears In this ls.ue.
A meeting of contributors to tho hos
pital for the caro of Incurables is call
ed by Qcorgo It. Carter. See Notlco un
der Now Today.
A notice rclatlvo to the tenth as
sessment on tho Honolulu Rapid
Transit & Land Co.. capital stock ap
pears In this issue.
There will be n stated ttiectiug of tho
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21. F. &. A. M.
this evening nt 7:30. Transaction of
business will be In order.
"I didn't know you could get mush:
so cheap In Honolulu," said n lady tho
other day, as filio bought n number ot
pieces nt 15 cents from Tho Dcrgstrom
Music Co. Can for frco catalog.
Cyclomcrc Pari, has been subdivided
Into tots which are now ottered tor
sale. These lots arc particularly suit
able, for manufacturing Bites, storage
warehouses and residenco purposes,
parties sucking locations conveniently
near to tho business portion ot tho city
will find this a most desirable proper
ty. For terms nnd particulars, apply
at the office ot JJruco, Waring & Co.,
Tho Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co. on
Deretanla street Is one of tho lirgest
nnd best equipped establishments ot
Its kind In town. They have Just re
cently brought from tho Coast n com
plete, new lino of all sorts of equipages
and everything they li.tvo in stock is
new and up-to-date. They ura the
agents hero for the Arm of O'llrien Ai
Sons In San Francisco, the largest car
riage manufactory on tho Pacific Coast.
Ono of their specialties is a new cut
under cane wagon built on lines sug
gested by men of experience In planta
tion management. Plantation agents
should call and Inspect tills wagon be
fore looking elsewhere. These wagons
are now In uso In many of tho large
plantations, such as tho McHrydc and
raepDonf 1086 h 136 P. O. B01 TS
Q H. UEKKEY, : ftuiiagor.
DM! collections a Specialty.
At the meeting of tho Hawaiian Ml
croscoplcal Society Saturday foiuc ot
tho ndvnnccd members gnvo demon
strations. A vote of thnuki was given
tho Hollister Drug Co. for a set of
photo-micrographs taken In tho United
States. Dr. Sloggctt, presiden, Arthur
Johnstone, E. C. Shorey und Dr. Coop
er wcio appointed a committee to pro
paro a program for next meotlug, when
the ouiccrs will bo tmiiigurntt'd, Dr.
Sloggctt giving tho annual address.
Room 10, Sprockets Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances. No fee charged unless collec
Ion Is made. 1442
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
Now on sale a limited assortment of k
Organdies, twelve yard lengths, no two alike
A carefully selected lot of Pure Linen
Lawns, in dainty designs and colorings.
Of the Standard Ginghams, we have an ii.
assortment, and some ot the finer grades as well,
In our center show window we have on exhibition a fi
of LACE CURTAINS. These came to us direc
Europe, thus avoiding the American duty, and are i
accordingly in price, which we think will be found satisi
The latest and most chick things in Sailor Hati
all Millinery Novelties.
B. F. EHLERS & C
.A S''' on hand and your in
.spectlon Is invited.
mm k Co
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 Parauetry
Johnson's Floor Wax,
Johnson's Floor Brushes,
HONOLULU COFFEE MILI
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFI
Gr, n or insted
Large stock of Coffees from the Ki na, Hamakua, Olaa
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., I
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limiti
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS
Eino Grades of Smoking Tobacco.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, Hoi
Ift'ORTCR AND DLAICR IN
P. O. B(
The uso of tno Singer In mMllona ot
homes shown the unprccedcnrxl suc
cess ot these ideal sowing mi.Mnea.
it Is convincing proof thnt tin. Singoi
txcels in ull kluils of family Nrtt'ug
and nrt nticdle work. All our 1 iii(!
machines aro of tbo best conBtrucx.'jn,
beautifully decorated, and uru inounttsd
on Blcuciod woods In fluoly finished
cublnetu ot artlstln designs. II. Dor
Kersxn. riBi'tit. 1fH4 nethpi ntrt
'10 UUIIB A COLD IN ONB DAY
Take ltiutlvo Uroiiio Quiulrio Tablets,
All iImkkUU I if und tho moaev If II
fulls to 01 , ", W, (Irovu'M nU-ri
In 1111 t'uch box, 16 cunts,
. I ?"'.
CIIAS. I). WALKER,
Dtticner anJMIullJtr vt Hlcli-CiaJ.
Yachts, Uonts nml Launches I
I O. II(ik , IflcrJiuiM tfci,
L. E. PINKHAM,
001 00 with tho Paclflo Hardware Co.,
LHonolulu, H. 1.
Estlmntes given and contractu made
for wellB on any of the Islands. SIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by the inort skillful Inchest class drillers.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Hur-orlntondlnir
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission!
RKl'ORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cattou-Nell Co., Quoon street.
Otneo norttnPft alr. 1223
.Tj MES T. TAYLOR,
M. An. Soc. C. B.
800 Jlldd liloak. Tnln. d8.
Chinese Goods and Silk Hanker
-aio Nuuanu Street
Bctwctn Hotel and Pai
P. O. Dox wj.
TUB OLDEST CHIN1-SU FIRM IN HO-NOLIJl'.U.
Dealers In Tine Silks and Gr.m Linens. Chinese and Japanese Goods of All
3io-3!2 Nuuanu street.
P. D. Box 012 Tclepht
DHC -flL IU jSL jxt o
Importer ami Dealer in ... .
m GENERAL MERGI
5og Br.mrrANi.v Stiihct - - - Orroirri: Qukhn'h Hosrn
.RING Ul THE..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : :
BIS FOHT STREFT.
Sla'de 'Phono, 47"
Hack Sinud 'Plioues, .'111) and 7ft.
0. II lUCLLINA.
A GOOD THI
Ohia, Algerok and Pit
Oat and Bpllt (ready fort
STOVE, STEAM & BLACK
WHITE AMD EliAOK
lowest Prices, delivered
SI Qneen lltxeel
Wllwfrifn wwimne'iniii immwn wr,wwa
m) tfiilMii Ti'rtiiHH ml Din,
i bWlyLilal.4 1 II I IlkllU fi 1 1
flfi iwim Mi
Grand Opening! Grand Openk
Spring and Easter Millinery!-
PATTERN HATS, NEW FLOWERS, NEW FEATHERS..
Thursday, the 5th ( Friday, the 6th I Saturday, the "5
New HiiIIoph. New Luces. New IJihhoiiK. Ladles are corclinllv Invlrri;
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LW