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THE EVENING IJULLtii'lN: HONOLULU, 1. 1., MONDAY, AlUtlL. K), 11)00
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Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and E. B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
, Colorado Engine. Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. Lard,
Sperm and Cocomut Oil; Cor
bolineum.'.Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti-Coloric sectional Pipe
Coverings, assorted sizes f to
4 inches and Plaster in Bags.
B. S. Anvils, B. S. Drills and
Forges, Hay and Fodder Cut
ters, Boiled and Raw Linseed
Oil, Asphaltum in barrels, Car
riage and Furniturq VarnUh ol
best quality, Ready Mixed
Paints, White Lead,. White
Zinc, and assorted Colors both
ground in Oil and in Japan.
Galv. Iron Buckets assorted
Galv. Iron Tubs assorted
Please call and examine for
The Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go,
Prt ttrtst. opposite Sprockets' Bank.
EVERYTHING IN HUSIC
THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK
Beautiful Display of
Special attention is callled to my
HA1RDRESSING : DEPARTMENT
9$ Halrdresslng and Manicuring $
Shampooing and Scalp Treatment
A Specialty .iMMfc
f . A Large Assortment 01 1
and Hair Ornaments.
MISS M. E.
IS SURPRISED ....
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
ierved by the
New England Bakery
in their delightfully cool and attrac
tlve Laai. Generous Portions of
each article furnished at very
Private rooms reserved for La
dies. Breakfast, 6 to 9 a. m.
Lunch 11 to 2 P. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgi.
Hotel street. 1484
The Old Established Dry Goods Busi
ness Known As ,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Located on Fort Street, between the
Holltstor Drug Co.'s establishment and
H. F. Wlchman's Jewelry Storo, Includ
ing goodwill stock, fixtures, outstand
ing accounts, etc
Bids for abovo mentioned Imslnevs
will bo received at the offlco of Goor,
Lansing & Co., Judd Building, by tho
undersigned up to Saturday, April -1st,
Particulars In rcgnrd to the above
business will be furnished by cither tho
undersigned or Mr. J. F. Humbur; at
the ofllco of H. Hnckfcld & Co., Ltd.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIA
lly A. V. OEAlt,
Dated at Honolulu, April 13, 1900.
DR. HENRY W.HOWARD, "
Has returned to the city and resumed
his private practice.
Office :nd floor Mott Smith Bulldlnir.
Hjurs to to 12 a. m., 3 to 4, and
7 to 8 p.m. 1 50s 1 w
ne Laicst rancy tomos
LOCAL AND GBHRRAL.
The l.olgo IO l'rogrs will meet to
night. Bee New Today.
A clerk forn country storo U wanted
8co Want column 011 pjgo S.
Two nicely furnished rooms nro for
rent. Sco To Let column on p.tgo 8.
Tho Claudlno from Maul Sumlr-y
brought 12,000 bags of Migar, 07 lidU
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilcox will
leave for their homo in l.llmci, Knual,
A youn glady canhlor mid enlij
clerk Is wanted. Kec Wan' cuhtiun on
Ca fl, N. G. 1!., Is ordered to nn
semble at tbo company room tonight.
Seo New Today for call.
Rev. Wm. Ault held communion mid
divine services Caster Sunday In the
Anglican church In Lahalna.
George C. Potter Is making arrange
ments today for tho shipment, of Da
wall's exhibit to the Paris .Exposition
by tho Australia tomorrow.
Quito a number of Germans who
have been prominent in the business
affairs of the Islands for jvfalycura
past, will leave In the Australia tomor
row. Tho Pythian anntver,paryibatl under
tho auspices of Oahu Loifec. No. 1.
K. of P., will bo held In Progress Hall
Tuesday evening, April 17. Sec Now
Today. " . 1
J. J. Williams leaves in the Austra
lia tomorrow on a business trip.
While In San Francisco ho contem
plates placing his, daughter In a con
vent to completo 'her muslc.il ducn
tlon. Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Wilcox had In
tended leaving, for tho States in -the
Australia tomorrow afternoon but they
have changed their plans and will sail
In the steamer Charles Nelson from
On account of changing the brands of
flno stationery and closing out odd
stock, which, by tho way, is ns good
asitho best, tho Golden Rulo Bazaar
havo put prices to tho bottom it will
pay to look this up, whether you need
stationery now or not.
Tanaka, a Japanese, was arrested
Saturday while walking up Nuijanu
street, throwing up bis kimono and ex
posing his person. He stated in tho
Police Court this forenoon that Ha hud
taken a drink and was cooling off. A
tine of G and costs was imposed.
Yesterday afternoon a Chinaman
named Ah Tat, working for Minister
Coopor, was taken to tho Hospital for
Incurables. Tho man was far gone
with pneumonia and as he had been n,
good servant Mr. Cooper sent hlra there
where ho could get better caro than nt
tho Chinese hospital. ;
Thero wero special Easter services at
Kalwahao church Sunday by tho girls
of Kalwahao Seminary. Rev. H. H.
Parker preached an excellent sermon
on tho significance of Easter. The pul
pit and choir were beautifully decora t
od with dcllcato whlto flowers and
greens by, Mrs, Carrio Robinson.
Tho China arrived lata Saturday af
ternoon, seven days from San Francis
co, tho captain having received his or
ders to economize In the matter of
coal. Sbo sailed at 3 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. The China has been In tho
habit of making Honolulu ihe day be
fore schedule time.
Robert Hackett, a stockman aboard
the Robert Lowers, fell overboard Sat
urday evening while that vessel was
ncarlng port and going nt a six-knot
Bpccd. First Officer Reynolds saw tbo
man fall and quickly tossed out a Ufa
buoy, Hackett got to It, tho vessel
novo to, a boat was lowered and tho
stockman was soon aboard ship again.
Mr. Humphreys finds ho will bo
unnblo to go to tho Coast In tho Aus
tralia. Immediately upon being re
quested to make the trip In tho Interest
ot n client ho took tho HaRklnn pro
phylactic supposing he would bo al
lowed to leavo at any time after. Ho
now finds ho Is three days short of tho
required seven days "observation" that
must clapso beforu departure Is allowed.
"We have just received
A splendid assortment of Ladies'
Gloves of all Styles, many of
which are quite new to this mar
ket. Also, The Latest Styles in
Plain and Fancy Ribbons.
As coon as you try
them, that h ra are
many points of evory
day wt aring mer.t
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
Very stylish in lasts,
Grand Fitters, Best
stock and expert
MCINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
The Board of Health
are urglnc the Government to hasten the building of a
for Honolulu owing to to the fact
ilu owing to to the fact that TYI
mlc is caused by the use of
now epidemic is caused by the use
You cannot afford to wait any longer. Buy one OUIt
C3-r:m Proof !F"rte:rs
The price Is $0.50. Capacity Six Gallons and Is Easily Kept Clean.
Imrorters of Crockerv and Glass
Sole Agents fnr Jewel Stoves for Coal or Wood, New Blue Flame Wlckless
Oil Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators.
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
pi u 1 1 u l, m
' ' fTliat we are now showing a Fine i
Line of tlfl
This glove should inteiest every lady in Honolu'u.
It is a perfectly fitting, correctly sized, silk glove, with
double-tipped finger ends.
It fits perfectly, and for this climate far surpasses in com
fort and durability any kid glove. It comes in 2 to 24 button,
and the colors are blacks, tans, modes and opera.
There are black gloves with white stitching, white gloves
with black stitching, etc.
The Taffeta Gloves, 45o.
Pure Silk Gloves, in 2 or J buttons, at 75c, $1, $1.35J
12 Button Opera, 75o.
I') Button Opera, $1.50.
Keyser Silk Mitts, 25o, 50c and 75o,
of Dry Goods. 510 Fort street.
that TYPHOID FEVER which Is
& Co., Ltd.
and Hotw FurnWilne Goods
ill n t 1 rl r $H
Dy the Czarina and Diamond Head
In Utijleg to uife
Call and Inspect Them st
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Don't waste money; go to a practical
watchmaker. Cleaning, i.$o. Maln
spring, M.50. All work warranted.
Gold and Sllve'r Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith & Co.
liruco, Waring & Co. desire to In
form their patrons thnt the construc
tion of the Kiectrlc Hallway and other
Improvements, now going on, upon
their Paclflc Heights property, will In
no wise be Interfered with, or tho sale
of lots restrained by reason of any ac
tion or suit ns between termer owners.
All purchasers of lots upon Pacific
Heights nre guaranteed the service ot
(in Electric Hallwav -lectrlc light and
an abundance ot water, also a perfect