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THE 15VKNIN0 HULLl.TINi HONOLULU, II. I.. BATUIIDAV, Al'lllL SB, WW.
THE LATEST POPULAR SONG
in nnmluril 1M Protect Hernial 1 Will."
At une t-v the Ktf t and only III en Moil, and other leading Ameilt an .Meets
Companion So" to lleceme
"I Love You Yet." .
The latest tallad toiin. ) ' famous author and compowr ot "lienevlYf.
TTw latest "nJ ty Mfn faif Ma(,h tj,huh.tf, iortino Soloist )
6lic Hun Left the Olil Love I'or the Nov."
B jrdi Uattram-s He hit In "The Denver Cxpress."
I'll Keep My 1'romlnc to You."
The latest New York cr i.
"The 8t. Louts"- Mnrcli rind Two-Step,
A played ty lead ne Ametlcan bands. (Arranged piano solo.)
. I'RICU, SO CUNTS I'P.H COPY.
In order to establish permanent mall order
busluess (al a matked advantage " yourself) e
will send you the above songi postpaid to any
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.uiotv.ui!i (iu; i.Uverlnr the entire collection wnl postraid lor use iajllak. ti""i
ddies In the United Stain, Canada, Mexico,
k suatamee prei chBe and t Will send th n.us'c C O. D with privilege ol examination. Address
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS MO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAHAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and AlakealStrcets. U
HARMONY LODflB NO. 3,
I, U. O. V.,
Meets overy Monday i veiling at 7:30
tn Harmon;' Hnll, King ctrcct.
J. D McVLUCH. N. G.
E. II. IU5NUHV. Secretary.
All vlaltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC 00013. N'o. 2, K. of P.
Meets cvt-ry Wednesday cvcnlns at
7:30 o'clock. Castle Hall, Fort street,
yisltlng brothers cordially Invited to
attend. S. J. SALTER, C. C.
A. E. MUIIPHY, K. 11. S
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
K. A. M.
Meets every third Thursday evening
in Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invlfd.
A. P. G1LFILI.AN, II. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1. K. T.
Meets In Masonic Tcmplo on the sec
ond Thursday evening of each month.
'All visiting Sir Knlghta courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Castlo Hall. 42014 Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
K. ot R. nnd S..
NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. S. R.
Meets the first Thursday In each
Month, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn
ing and visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend all meetings.
W. M FRANK 11. AUERDACH.
'ALLAN D. SCRIMGEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE Lo PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. 8. Rite.
Stated meetings on the. Inst Monday
of each month, In its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
H. D. FRIEL, Secretary.
GEO. W. Do LONG POST No.
45, G. A. It.
Department of California nnd Neva
da, meets at Harmony Hall, King
treet, first Thursday ovenlng of every
Bonth. Sojourning comrades are cor
Bially Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
JA3. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
8tated meetings, first Monday each
month. Special meetings, when called
(will bo noted In this space.)
Members Lodgo Lo Progrcs, Pacific
Lodge, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE. Secretary.
L. E. PINKHAM,
OBloo with tbo Pacific nardwaro Co.,
Honolulu, H. 1.
Estlmotes glvon and contracts made
for wolls on any of tho Inlands. SIX
NKW PLANTS forhoavy work oporntod
Ijv ' '""' UfnlhlttliPHtnlimmlrHlnrB.
Real Estate Transaction?.
Bobicrlbcm are furnished wllh from'flTi
to nix lists per Mrik. Rlvln an aocnwli
ro:crd of nil deetU.niortgttMB, leases, it
IcawH, jioweti. of nt'crney, eto,, tie., whlol
re placed on record
Habicrlpttbii Prlre. $g.00!per Month
A. V. GEAR,
Judd Building, Honolulu.
LAn Elegant Assortment
at Reduced Rates 1
of every de
Take your choice of these
bargains before they are
Hollister Drug Co.
There Is only one Jesso Moore Whis
key In the world and that la cold and
pure. Lovcjoy & Co. are distributors
for the Hawaiian Islands
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Ctiptnlii Cittiii'iiin linn lierii ninilo n
The Infant mm of Mr. nnil Mrs H
M. Million tiled yoHtcritny.
11. F. WICIIMAN.
Goorgo llnffner, Jeweler, linn moved
to Vluuynrd rtrcet uenr tho ()uceu no
tch If you want n nlco, stylish buggy or
phncton ring up tho Club Stables.
Tho band will give a concert in Em
ma Snuaro this nfternoon nnil on Mil
It co Islnntl Stimtny nfternoon.
Now Is tho tlmo to purebnsa Euro
pean cblnn nnd crockery. Sco W. W.
Ulmond & Co. 's ntf for reasons why.
Rev. O. L. Pennon will spenk on "A
Had Prnctlce" nt tho regutnr Sunday
nfternoon meeting In the Y. M. C. A.
Miss Davis, n sister of J. 13. Davis
of tho Attorney General's office, nrrlv
cd In tho Alameda yestertlny on n visit
to her brother.
Scotland vs tbo Rest of tbo World
In n football game on tbo cricket
grounds nt 1:30 o'clock this nfternoon.
Everybody Is Invited.
The house lately owned by W. L.
Hopper on King street Is being lemov
cd to make room for tbo Automobile
company's power bouse.
Jns. F. .Morgan will soil nt public mic
tion on Monday, April 30th, tho fixtures
nnd furniture of tho Homo Unkery. See
his column for pnrtlculars.
Appenls In tho enscs ot McGcttlgan,
Hill nnd Kerch of tho Iroquois have
been noted nnd the men will very prob
ably bo let out of jail on bond today.
Alapnl street curb flanking the
grounds of J. H. Athcrton luu been
moved back, tbnt gentleman having
mode n gift of the land for widening
Fred A. Jncolis passed through here
on tbo Coptic yesterday on his way
homo from Manila and China. Ho sayj
no expects to return shortly to stay nt
least u mouth.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Second Sun
day nftcr Enster: 7 a. m.. Holy Com
munion; 11 n. in., Holy Communion;
3:30 p. in., pule nhl nbl; 7:30 p. m
evensong nnd sermon.
Tno Y. P. S. C. E. gave n very pleas
nut social In tho parlors of Central
Union church Inst evening. Music, re
citations, games nnd reficshmcnts con
tinued throughout tho evening.
There will bo n grand musical con
cert given nt the New England Uakory
thin evening nt 8 o'clock by Solomon's
Quintet Club. Special nrr;ingome:its
hnvo been made nnd Mr. Solomon's
beautiful voice will bo hear I nt Its
On account of changing the brands of
lino stationery and closing out odd
stock, which, by tho way. Is ns good
as tho best, the Golden Rulo Dnzanr
have put prices to tho bottom It will
pay to look this up, whether you need
jtatlonery now or not.
II. W. MlkMlt.
MtcroKcoplrUs Will Meet.
Tho Hawaiian Microscopical Society
will hold Its Urst regular meeting since
organization on Saturday evening, May
&th, nt tho rooms of tho Kllohnna Art
League. Tho first nnnunl address by
tho president. Dr. Sloggett, which has
been carefully prepared, will bo read.
Members of the society will hnvo nu
exhibition, nftcr tho meeting Is over, n
number of now and Interesting slides,
among which will bo doublo stained
preparations of tuberculosis nnd lepro
sy. AH members will bo allowed to In
vito to this meeting their Immediate
friends nnd prospective members of tbo
Society. Tho netlvo members of tbo
Society nro doing somo very crodltubto
work already nnd It is desired to extend
tho membership to tbo other Islnnds ns
soon ns possible.
llALLOU-ln Honolulu, April 27, 1!)00,
tho infant sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. 3. M.
Ballon, aged two days.
IT '"r-Mf'm'r ii i Vn ii" -
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder ol lllgh-Grade
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Works, 601 KING ST.
Uox 611. Telephone 760
II (I, MiMiltimr.M.
iij Kaaiiu.manu St.
Prompt and careful attention given to
ac ounts, notes, bills, tents, etc., on com
mission; settlement made upon day ol
TKAVEL 80UVI2NIH BOOK.
Tho Union Pacific has Just issued otio
of tho handsomest souvenir book of
views over circulated by nny western
ra..rond. It consists of sixty-four
pnges, printed on lino enamel paper,
with n tinted iirlstol cover, laced nt
tho bingo with n tlnlnty silk cord. Tho
front cover Is handsomely embossed In
red nnd gold, the celebrated tratio marit
of tho Union Pacific ticlng shown in
Opposlto each page Is shown cither
an exterior or interior view of thu
Union Pacific's ciack train, tbo "Over
land Limited," or n view ot somo sccno
on tho great transcontinental route.
Tho cuts aro nil dono In colors and
somo nro of exceptional beauty. The
book contains well written reading
matter pertaining to tho country
through which tho road passes, tho
data being of Interest nnd value to tho
passenger. In the beginning compari
son Is mado between tho Overland
Route" of 184U, with tho dangers nnd
Inconvenience of stngo conch trans
portation, and the "Overland Routo"
of tne present day over this pioneer
trunk lino, affording all tho comforts,
luxuries and safety of moticrn times.
Among tho new pictures is n cut oi
Sherman Hill, where tne quarries of
tho famous Sherman gravel are locat
ed. This being tho highest point In
crossing tho continent, it Is worthy
moio than passing Interest. Another
new picture sIiowb tho completion .if
tho great "Overland Route" May 10,
ISC!), with tho Stars nnd Stripes hoist
ed nnd I3 one of tho handsomest and
most Interesting of the series.
Tbo publication Is n convincing argu
ment that n Journey around the world
is incomplete If n trip is not made
across tho rontlncnt on ,tho great
"Overland Route." Oninlm Uee, April
Tho Diillctin Is Indebted for n copy of
this handsome book to Mr. Darlow,
treasurer and assistant general passen
ger ngent of the U, P. Co. nt Omaha.
Soon nftcr tho pnssagc of tho Hawaiian
bill In its flnnl shape, so that it can bo
printed therein, Mr. Darlow will Issuo
tho Union -nclflc's new Hawaiian told
er with colored maps and Illustrations.
As n concise sttmmnry of tbo world's
news, coming onco a month, covering
tho wholo field lucidly and judiciously,
divested of non-csscntlnls, aiming only
to record tho facts of history without
political or sectarian bias, nnd with
duo rcgnrd to historical proportions
and to both sides of controverted Is
sues, wo know of no publication equal
to Current History. Ino contents of
each monthly number cover tho cntlrn
news of tho world during tho preceding
month, illustrated with nn abundance
of authentic maps, portraits and vlows,
and biographical sketches. In tho
April number most prominent space Is
given to tno South African War, tho
Reciprocity Treaties, tho American
Colonial Problem, Including tho Cuban,
Porto Rlcan, Philippine, Hawaiian and
Samoa 11 questions; tho general rela
tions of tbo Powers of Europo, the Open
Door In China, nnd tho Political Out
look In tho Orient, the coming Presi
dential campaign, Currency Reform,
the Work of Congress, Business nnd
Industrial Developments, Kentucky
Gubernatorial Contest, Canadian Af
fnlrs, Newfoundland Fisheries, Isth
mian Canal Question, Progress of
Sclcnco and Invention, Musical and
Dramatic Productions, Religious Is
sucb, etc. (Boston, Mnss.: Current
History Co., $l.Gp a year; slnglo num
bers, 1G cents; 3 months' trial sub
scription, 25 cents.)
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is morf
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Tho Elite Barber Shop has opened
their New Parlortt nt the Occidental
Hotel and aro ready for business.
e li.tve placed 011 s.ile HHS WliliK n Hue ol I.Ulei Past IIIacK llftmsJorf dye
hose, received dliect fiuin the (.trlory in Urrin.iny Itluis avoiding the American dutyj
uhUh wenietiffeiliig nt the very low pike nfd t airs lor 8I.OO. NowlliMsaa
npportui lly not otten ollcteJ for l.iJIes to suptlv themselves wllh a Rood staple artl
vie ot eviyd.iy t.se M such .1 ery low price. We do not claim them to be the lines!
but a good strong article ut absolutely f 1st dye.
In adJItloti to trie above tie h.iveour usu.1l complete line of Ladles', GenU'
Mls'cs' and Children's IIOblbHY, which have thtlrouu established reputatUn.
We have just reclved asm ill choice line ot Genuine Kcotcli Zcpliyrn, Nov
we do not advcttls these as cheap kooJs, at all, but jii't lie llud a lady would select
1 1 make a sown of that she wanted to look stylish In, but that would stand tne kind
of laundrylng It would iccelve here.
A small and carefully selectei lot of ptlnteJ pure IUISII LINI-N LAWNS In neat
and modest designs and coloilngs ti yds. let gths v. Inch we are ofi'trlig at just about
half the price that they will have to w sold fur when Impo'tcJ under the America!
Of course all l.iJle know of the great durability of Irish linen and its delightful
coolness, and here, wheie we use wjsli goods the yejr around, It pays to buv a good
article that one can feel Justified In expen.lng the time and money necessary In mak
ing up In a manner that one would not on a cheap aitlcle that one would have to cast
aside alter the first laundering. For trimming these same goods we have a very
complete assortment to chooe from of embroideries of all kinds, wimbrlc, n.imscok and
Sw'ss, edgings, Inseillons nndallovers, anJ laces of every description, these all Im
ported by us diiect from Europe In bond.
JUST RECEIVED direct from the factories at Troy, N. Y a splendid line of
GENT'S SHIR I S, In dress, colored and neitllgee.
In buying these shirts we have exercised the greatest care, first as to their fit and
corectness of style and In case of the colored ones, In the very exacting manner 0' our
examination in legards to their fastness of color, we doing our e to satisfy our
selves tl'.it wc were setting nothing but absolutely fast colois In these shirts, and
hope we have succeeded
Call and sec them and the line of GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND UNDER
WEAR we carry. To housekeeoe s who might require them In a hurry, we wish t
state that we have In stock a crmplete line of SHEFTS AND PILLOW CASES,
ready made, In all sizes and qualltlesand at prices we believe vlll be kundsatbfjctory.
B. F. EHLERS & 00.
k k in
Does Much Work
t.l'il . r
THE HAWAIIAN ISLAlMJS.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limited,
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS,
Fino Gmles of Smoking Tob.tcco.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
JMfif "."w" ,r?;'-"-
P. O. Box 984.
Importer ami Dealer in
Chinese Goods and Silk Hankerchiefs
-io Nuuanu Street.
Between Hotel and Pauahl.-
P. O. Dox 905.
THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU. ,
Deilers in Fine Silks and Grass Linens. Chinese anJ Japanese Goods ol All Klodt.
aio-?ts Nuuanu street.
F. 0. Box B12
I3C A. l A 1ST O
Importer and Dealer in
5oo BunirrAyiA Smmrr
OlTOSITK QUKHN'8 IIOHI-ITAL
young HNotn cam
riUNKB.PETER.SON 6. CO.
u-u en. si. sm rtuuxo
3 Big Leaders, Now on Display. No two pieces alike. We want you to see them.
Fancy Tweeds Fancy Tweeds Fancy Tweeds
? JUST THE THING FOR SWELL TRAVELING SUITS
Traveling Rugs,Goif Capes,Cloth Capes; Largest assortment in town
N. &. 3ACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
CuyU THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. &PaSfii&7
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