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Dm Ha Left tlie Old Love l:or the New."
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t pauM Ti.ctiirr 5 will nd tt nui'c C. O. t). with rfMI of M.mliutlon. Aiimt
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
-HAWAIIAN SONGS- I
40 Selected . ones for $3.00
Com r.Hotel and
HAUMONY LODOB NO. 3,
I. O. 0. 1'..
Meeti every Monday ivmlng nt 7:30
to Harmon Mnll. Kins clrcct.
J. 1J. McVBMII. N. O.
E. It. IIHNDRV, Sccretnry.
All, vUlting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LOn013. No. 2. K. of I'.
Meet every Wednesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock, Cantle Hall, Fort street,
Visiting brother cordially invited to
attend. 8. J. SALTER, C. C.
A. K. MURPHY, K. ILa
HONOLULU CHAI'TKR No. 1,
R. A. M.
Uteti every third Thursday evening
to HMonlc Temple. All visiting com
anions cordially Invlfd.
A. P. OILFILLAN, IL P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Meets la Masonic Temple on the sec-
ad Thursday evening, of each month.
All visiting Hlr KnlgbU courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
i. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
" OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Castle Hall. 420H Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lotlge No. 2. and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. 8INCLA1R. C. C.
K. of R. and 8..
NUUANU CHAPTERT ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. 8. R.
Meets the first Thurfcilay In each
snonth. at Masonic Tcmrlo.. Sojourn
Ing and visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend all meetings.
W. M., FRANK . AUERBACH.
ALLAN H. SCRIMQEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE Le PROOHES DE
No. 124, A. &. A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the Inst Monday
of each month, In Its hull, Masonic
C. M. WHlTi:, W. M.
II. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
OEO. W. De LONO POS'i' No.
45, Q. A. R.
Department of California and Neva
da, meets nt Hurmony Hall, King
trcct, first Thursday evening of every
month. Sojourning .-omrndus ore cor
dially Invited to nttcniw
W. L. EATON, P. C.
JA8. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
Stated meetings, first Monday tacit
month. Special meetings, when called
(will be noted In this nnauo.i
Members Lodge Lo I'mgres, Pacific
Lodce. and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. JL
K. R. O. WALLACE. Secretary.
L. E. PINKHAM
imu with fh I Hdflo Hardware Co.,
Honolulu, U. 1.
Krtl'ni'U-HKtvon i'J oontroctH uwoV
tor .IU mi any of tho Man.U. NIX
NKW I'LANTH nrlii.vy work oimreU-tl
Roal Estate Transaction.
Hn'McrlUn re IninUlitd wltu from Cm
10 Nil llU 'k KI"iH"JBMl'
i(or1 ol ! lNidi..wort(iM,lw.
UtMi power of ill(iy, ctc,,ole,, fc il
KrlpUon I'rlr. t M-wr' Mmlt
A. V. GEAR,
udd WulWlnir, Hoootvln.
In aitt to ctUMIih rtinnt mult otitt
Kjilufn (it mirkrd aJvantagr to ynurwll)
III Mni vou tlw above long pottpaM to any
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ST. LOUIS MO.
of every de
An Elegant Assortment
at Reduced Rates I SC
Take your choice of these
bargains before they :
Hollister Drug Co.
There la only one Jesse Moore Whis
key In the world and that Is cold and
pure. Lovejoy ft Co. are distributors
for the Hawaiian Inlands
S- SACHS DRY
LOCAL AND GENHKAL.
A biiby tnirliiKt) Ih for mile
The schooner Surprint! xalW fur Ka
uai this afternoon. .-
11. F. W1CIIMAN.
T. It. Kcyworth returned frnm Hn
wull In tlm Mlktihnla yeBterdity nttcr
noon. Tho schooner Viking left Mahukona
April 12 for Hana to load sitgitr for tho
Tho W. F. Uabcock finished discharg
ing yeBterdny and hns moved Into tho
The Port Stephens has hauled nlong
slde the Irmgurd wharf, displacing tho
The Ichua that arrived yesterday
brought 1,000 bags of Olowalu sugur for
H. Hackfcld & Co.
The band will play In Emmn Square
this afternoon nnd on Make? Island nt
the UNunl time Sunday.
fn A ultl liftl'n nil ntn.itlnrt 111 tin.
drill shed this evening. Harry Kicnimc
Is out for tho captaincy.
List your horses, vehlcbs, li.ini'.su,
saddles, etc., for tho big auction at the
Stockyards today at 2 p. m.
The subject tomorrow vttcrnoon at
the meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo
"Easter Messages." II. E. Coleman
J. A. Gonsalvcs, photographer, Uero
tanla street, near pumping station,
amateur work a specialty. Develop
On her way homo the MikahaU made
a special trip to Mahukona for J. 1).
Castle, W. Hcdcmann and L A. Thuis
ton who were taken to Klhcl,
The J. C. Pfluger that arrived from
Liverpool yesterday was 174 days mak
ing tho voynge to this port. Tbc delay
was caused by lack of wind.
Whtlo ut Hanamaultt on this tilp fit o
was discovered In the cargo of llmo of
the Charles Nelson. This was put out
with but very little damage to the ves
sel. The report comes from Maul that the
strike of tho Japanese at Kannnpall Is
over, the men having returned to work
on Thursday. The Olowalu Japaneso
are still out.
Wra, Thompson of T. II. Davlei & Co.
was a passenger from Hawaii In tho
Mlknhala yesterday. Ho wni trans
ferred aboard the Kauai and left for
the Garden Islo later on.
Tho United Carriago Co., telephone
290 at tho old stant King and Fort
streets. HackB at aty hour. Also
first class livery tun mts. Leave your
order at tho offlco and wo will do the
'lhe Coyne-Mchrten Furnltin'o,Co. Is
making a display of bed room seta Just
received on the Czarina and Diamond
Head. They are In styles to stilt tho
tastes of all and will welt repay n visit
The band will play the folbwlnud
lectlons at the regular concert In Em
ma Square this afternoon, beginning
nt 4:30 o'clock:
March "Ho Inikl" rsergcf
Overture "Jolly Students" .... Suppo
Waltz "Laura" Mlllo'cker
Selection "Hobln Hood" .. Do Kovcii
Fantasia "Imatra Falls' .... I'ranlco
Flnnle "Tho Moth" Llnko
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Sunday afternoon nt Makeo Island
the band will play tho following music,
tho concert beginning nt 3 o'clok:
Overtm e '"Semlntmlde" .... Ro6s!nl
Ballad "Tho Palms" Fuura
Chorus "Tannhauser" Wagner
Selection "Jerusalem" Verdi
"An Internatlnn Musical Con
gress" ..: Souba
Song "Don't Bo Cross" Zcllcr
FantaBla "Invitation" Weber
Overture "Eastern" Police
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Dc gur nJ Builder ol Hlch-Grde
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
P. P. Brx 6u. Telephone -o
GRAND : DISPLAY
"DANC1! Oi Till! HKI.I.UTONH."
Wray Taltir, whoso nenlco In tliti
pirst'iilittlun of belter and nottiT mu
sic to tlio public of Honolulu Ih of
marked alue, Ih unusually nnbllloiis
In securing his latest sekxtio I fur the
Amatotir ()i client ra led by himself. 'I lie
pleco "Danso Macabre." Is by Saint
HaeiiH, tho greatest living musician.
Ah tho name would Imply, "Tho Dunce
of tho Skeletons" Is n wlcrd nnd pic
ttircs(ttu tono picture. It Is of ri'mark
nblo tcculiitic, expression nnd lm
prcsslvcness. It Ih strong, eloquent,
urtlstlc music. It Is In no wise in the
class of the stiff, stilted ir meaning
less compositions for which many per
sons affect a liking and urge cultiva
tion. Mr. Taylor is greatly pleased
with this latest important addition to
his musical library. He says tho Or
chestra will soon undertake practice of
the composition. Mr. Taylor gives tlila
brief description of tho "motif of "The
Dance of tho Skeletons": "Tho clock
striken the hour of midnight; tho skel
etons arc heard assembling for their
ghnstly revelry, which, continuing with
unabated vigor till dawn, Is abruptly
tcrmnntcd by tho crowing of tho cook."
MR. HERMAN DELLS TEDT.
Ed Towso and Daniel Logan heard
"The Danco of tho Skeletons" by Belt
Btedt's concert band nt tho Omaha Ex
position last summer. Mr. Ocllutcdt is
popularizing this nnd kindred music on
the Mainland. This band leader nnd
company 1b second only to John Philip
SotiHa as n director of reed, brass and
string organizations and is ono of the
world'H cornet kings, having ocon solo
ist with Gllmore, Thomas, Slcdl end
European baton wlcldcrs. Mr. Deli
sted! Is tho first leader In America to
give at popular concerts iho produc
tions of Saint-Snens, Qrelg nnd others
of lllto caliber.
Mlkalwla In Yesterday.
The Mlkaliala nrrlvcd from Maul nnd
Hawaii ports early yesterday after
noon. Sho brought C04C bags of L. P.
sugar to C. Brewer & Co., 220 bags
coffee, 77 bags awa, CI bundlei hides,
18 hogs, 22 head cattle. Tho purser
reports as follows: 7,500 bags sugar ut
Punnluu nnd 7,000 nt Honoipu. Both
mills havo been grinding fctrndlly.
During tho last few days but llttlo rain
has fallen In tho Kau district nnd there
hos"bcen rough weather all along tho
const Tho Noeau nnd Iwalnnl wore
lying In Wnlpio gulch on account of tho
April 5th to 14th.
The possession of a fashion
able, becoming hat adds a de
cided pleasure to the Joys of
At MRS. HANNA'3 on
FORT STREET you can be
suited perfectly. Her hats are
in the latest styles and she
spares no effort to suit your
taste and purse and add to
your personal appearance.
L. W. Merrill.
II G, MlLDUniTCII.
nj kaahumanu St.
Prompt and careful attention
ac ounts, notes, bills, tents, etc.,
mission; settlement made upon
PBOPLB'6 PROVIDERS. 10V&G?&G? i
CORSET W4 3BTS
We have Just nl.icotl on s.ile n t plemlkl line o
Lmlics', Misses' anil Children's Corstts and Corn1
Waists, of the celebrated Chlcnjjo G. ID. ni.ile, Unit vt
are offering nt exceptionally low prl.es.
The "Norwalk," a Very well-made and perfect-fittlpi
ladies' summer corset, we are offering at the exceed
infiiy low price oiouctB. :: I he Chicago O. l. .....-- ..-.t, a
summer waist perfectly adapted to the approaching warm weather, 60c.
The Chicago G. D. Misses' summer waist will be found unequalled In fit,
wear and comfort, price 75c- The Chicago G. D. young ladles' waist,
a perfect realization of what a corset waist should be light, durable,
soft nnd perfect fitting will have to be seen to be appreciated; price,
$1.25. :: The Chicago G. D. ladies' summer waist tls the ideal
summer waist. It is well made, of good material, perfect fitting, nnd
withal light, durable and flexible, nnd at the same time affording tlie
required support. Ask to sec,thcm; the price is $1.25.
The Chicago G. D Style 521, a ladies' corset which nt the price we
believe to be unequalled. The priee at present is $1.25 We have
not a large stock of this lot, so the sooner seen the sooner bought nnd
enjoyed. In addition to the foreg ling, we have our usual
complete line of Royal Worcester, R & G., and P. D. Corsets, nnd
Equapoise Waists, for ladies, and a full line of Double V Waists for
misses and children. 1
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Does Much Work
H. Hackfcld ft fK Sole Agents
k Co., Lid. -SHP for
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limited J
II HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS, K
U HMOKKRS' ARTICLES, Hf
j Fino G riides of Smoking Tobacco M
M Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, HsnehihL II
Chinese Goods and
ift Nmuwy Strut.
P. O. BOX 99J.
THE OLDCST ClIINXSI: FIRM IN HONOWUf.
Dli In Flo Silks nl Gun Llncm. Chlnttc and Japiiwu OotU AN Khl
ato-an Nuuanu t'reet.
P. . Box B12
JAPANESE PROVISION m
600 Bkuktania PTnEi-rr
IV ioneTVMl will pro?e their rnentvfl I
. po. Box 9M.
DEALER IN '' " 'I
rhhwn ttoul nt PiuM
OrrowiTB Quf.f.n's IIosrrrAT.