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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 17, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: UUNULULU, H. I., TUESDAY. APRIL
17. 1100. 5 WM
Per ex Diamond Head; Schr.
Transit and E. B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
Colorado Engine Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. 1 ard,
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; G r
bolineum, Coal Tar, Stockholm
Tar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti Coloric seciional Pipe
Coverings, assorted sizes 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 Furniture Varnish 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
Tbc Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go.
Fsrtttmt. apposite Spreckels' Hank.
EVERYTHING IN flUSIC
THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK
Beautiful Display of
Special attention is callled to my
HA1RDRESSING : DEPARTMENT
Hairdressing and Manicuring
Shampooing and Scalp Treatment
A Specialty mrnW'
A Large Assortment of The Latest Fancy Combs
and Hair Ornaments.
MISS M. E- KILLEAN.
EXCELLENT HOT LUNCH
served by the
Hew England Bakery
in their delightfully cool and attrac
tive La"ai. Generous Portions of
each article furntahed at very
Private rooms reserved for La
dies. Breakfast, 6 to 9 A. M.
Lunch 11 to 2 P. M.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgr.
Hotel street. 1484
Tho Old Establ shed Dry Goods Busi
ness Known As
Located on Fort Street, between the
Ilolllater Drug Co.'s establishment and
H. F. Wlchman's Jewelry Storj, Includ
ing goodwill, stock, fixtures, outstand
ing accounts, etc.
bids for nbovo mentioned Imsluetc.
will bo received nt the offlce of Oror,
Lansing & Co., Judd Dutldlng, by tho
undersigned up to Saturday, April 21st,
Particulars In regard to iho above
buHlness will bo furnished by either the
undersigned or Mr. J. F. Ilumbun; ot
tho odlce ot H. Uackfeld & Co., Ltd.
HAWAIIAN DHY GOODS ASSOCIA
Uy A. V. OEAIt,
D.itod at Honolulu, April 13, 1900.
DR. HENRY WrHOWARDT"
Has retuineJ to the city and resumed
his priv.ite practice.
Office :nd lloor Mott Smith Building.
Hiurs 10 to 12 .. m., 3 to 4, and
7 to K p. in. 1505 1 w
LOCAL AKD GISHKKAL.
Thcro was no meeting of tho Execu
tive Council today.
Judge Sllllman Is still hearing the
Mama water luntiovciBy.
The Claudlne will sail on tho Klnau'it
route today 'ur tumuiiuw.
Grand Concert Llttcralrc, Apill 27.
Sco ad In last column this page.
Wo, Crawford will go back Into tho
olllco of tho ChlniBo News tomorrow.
A water spaniel has bom lost. L'co
Lost column on pago 3 tor paitlculaiH.
A small white dog with black spot
has been found. Sco Found column on
If you want a nice, stylish bugg; or
phaeton ring up tho Club Stable.
Chief Clerk Hasslngcr is at his desk
In tho Interior offlce after an Ulncs-i
of two weeks.
SchuMler, tho sausage man. waa
again arrested on the charge of drunk
ennexs this morning.
For a nloo collection ot Ih1:uu1 views
go to Qonsalves, photoyruphtr, Ileio
tanla near Alapal strcot
Kclllaa .executor of D. Maula, de
ceased, has filed an Inventory Bhowtng
property valued at $5460.
Tncro will bo an auotlon salo of
shoes Thursday, April 19 at Morgan's
salesroom. Bco New Today.
The Elite Barber Shop has opened
their New Parlors it the Occidental
Hotel and are ready for business.
Thcro will bo a sale of wooden build
ings on Thursday, April 19. See Jas.
F. Morgan's column for particulars.
A meeting of tho executive commit
tee of the Associated Charities ot Ha
waii will bo held at 3 o'clock tomor
row nt tho manager's oQloc.
A meeting of the Republican Club Is
called for this evening at 7:30 o'clock
In Murray Hall. All Intel osted In Re
publican work aro Invited 10 nttend.
Tho Charmer was brought In from
her anchorage off port this forenoon.
The Fort Gcorgo with n large cargo
rrom Ban Francisco will bo brought in
Lulla Walanuhea petitions for Icttcri
of administration to herself on the es
tate of her lata mother, Esther Kuluu
koa, which consists ot land at Wiilmc.i,
Onhu, valued at $160.
A warrant sworn to by Mrs. Helen
Wilder Craft has been issued for tho
arrest of Wm. II. Cunningham on tli:
charge of beating and torturing u
horso during one week prior to April
Nigel Jackson has opened a clean
ing and repairing shop nt the corner
of Nuuanu and Kukul streets. lie
makes a specialty ot gents' clothes
ladles' black skirts and Panama hats
See his ad under Special Notices In the
Wants column. .
A large number of tho prominent
Japanese and Chinese merchants of the
city met In tho hall of tho Chinese
United Society last evening for social
Intercourse. The affair was a most
pleasant one, tho Japanexj nnd Chinese
showing a disposition to join hands as
Bruce, Waring & Co. desire to In
form their patrons that tho construe
tlon of the Electric Railway and otbei
improvements, now going on, upoi
their Pacific Heights property, will it
no wlso be interfered with, or the sah
of lota restrained by reason or any ac
tlon or suit as between termor ownert
All purchasers of lots upon Pacini
Heights are guaranteed the service o'
an Electric Rallwav electric light anr
an abundance of water, also a perfect
A big crowd attended the auction
salo conducted by Jas. F. Morgan at
tho Honolulu Stock-yards Co. Satur
day afternoon. T. D. Richards, vice
president of tho company, was tho auc
tioneer and plainly showed that ho
was an old hand at tho business. He
kept tho audlcnco in good humor by
his wit. A largo number of horses nnd
vehicles; also somo mules wcro sold at
prices that pleased tho buyers. These
sales will be a regular fcaturo hereaf
ter and will bo held every two weeks.
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
You'll Acknowledge . . .
As noon as you try
tht-m, that th r aro
maijy points of ovfiy
day wi aring moit
JOHNSON & MURPHY'S
Very stylish in lasts,
Grand Fitters, Eesc
stock and expert
THE KAYSBR PATENT FINGBR
TIPPED SILK GLOVES.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 519 Fort street.
The Board of Health
are urging the Government to hasten the building of a
for Honolulu o Ing to to Ihe fact
lu o Ing to to the fact trnt TYI
mic Is caused by the use of
now epidemic Is caused by the use
Yoj cannot afforJ to wait any longer. Buy one OUR
C3ro:rjM Proof Iilters
Tiie price Is SO.BO. Opacity Six Gallons and Is Easily Kept C'ean.
W.W. Dimond & Co, Ltd.
Importer of Crockerv and Glass and House Furnkhlne Goods.
Sols Agents for Jeuel Stoves for Coal or Wood, New-Blue Flame WlcUless
Oil Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators.
tPHBHn yr ( IfrfffiA
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Th's glove should interest every lady in Honolulu.
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, wh'te gloes
with black stitching, etc.
The Taffeta Gloves, 45c.
Pure Silk Gloves, in 2 or J buttons, at 75o, $1, $1.25
12 Button Opera, 75o.
ti button Opera, $1.50.
Keyser Silk Mitts, 25o, 50c and 75o,
thit TYPHOID FE VE3 which I
P 1 1 U I. . M
That we are now showing a Fino f
Line of w
By tlie Czarina and Diamond Heat'
T. del- -..U
lH plljlrjfS tU pUlli
TI rn ., ,
Cill and Inspect Them at
1 Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Don't waste money; go to a practical
watchmaker. Cleaning, J1.50. Mala
spring, fi.so. All work warranted.
Gold and Silver Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith 81 Co.
Grai flrceri Littiraire!
A Unique Socie'y and
Musical Entertainment !
MR. C F. FITZ W. HALL
Will give aivance mdl-gs from hit
"P0EM8 OF THE 01UN AIR."
Assisted by the best artits of tho
city In an elaborate program, Vocal and
intrumental In Illustration.
-Tickets on sale at Wall, Nlcho's Co.'s.
No. 10 Fort Street.