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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNE8DAY, MAY 1G, 1900.
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Per ex Diamond Head; Sclir.
- Transit and E. B. Sutton.
A Large Assortment of
Colorado Engine, Machine,
Car Box, Cylinder, W. S. Lard, 1
Sperm and Cocoanut Oil; Cor-j
'tolineum.Coal Tar, Stockholm
jpar, Rosin, Sulphur, Waste,
Anti-Coldric sectional 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
rh6 Hawaiian Hardwme Co,
f trt itmt. opposite Spreckels' Bank.
EVERYTHING IN flUSIC.
HOT TIME COMING
So we have laid In a stock of Electric Fans
the Hawaiian call them and they are wind
mills Indeed for they make wind and
plenty of It.
Here are the prices:
Celling Fans (put up) $50.00
Wall Fans 35.00
Desk Fans 25.00
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists rotund tho money If tt
(alls to cure. E. W. QroTo's signature
Is oh each box. 25 cents. "
New England Bakery
MANUFACTURES FRESH EVERY
For Invalids. This Bread 's nude from
the very bfst grade of whiter wheat.ground
whole, and Is conslderrd invaliubleby peo
ple with weak s'o:nach. We also make
the following varle'.les dallv,
Boston Cteam Stcim Bread, Square
Bread, French Long, French Short, Rye
with Kumel. Milk, Whole Wheat, Gra
ham, Twist with Mohnsimrn, Lirge
Momemaue, Large frencn, Large ran
Crust, Hot Roll, Bum, Snails, Dough
Please telephone 74 In your orders. Our
wagons will drllver the goois to you
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Mgt.
Tiipmlnv nvpnlnc. Mqv 22. 1900. nt
tho homo of Mrs. F. J. Lowrcy.
uoncnt or Lames' society or tcnirni
Sweet tho Angeliia Is Hinging". Smart
Sonata Op. 12, No. 2 Violin and plnno
rorto (Anuanie, piu iosio, unei;ri-v-
... 1t,.- nlinavollll .. IK'UlIlUVt'll
l'rof'cssor Yarndley and Mrs. Yarntlley.
Song "Dreams" Do Kovcn
Quartet "Annlo Laurie" Dudley Buck
Mr. Elston, Mr. wicnmnn, wr, juch
nnls. Mr. neardslco.
Novelctto In P. Pianoforte
Song "Mlgnon" Liszt
1 rlo "Lift Thlno Eyes". .Mendelbsohn
Mrs. Howard, Miss Hyde, Mrs. Yarnd
ley, Miss Urlswold, Mrs. Damon.
Duct "Tho Angel" Kubenstcln
Miss Peck, Miss drlswold.
Songs "Morning," "Tho Ulrthdny of
n King" Ncldllngcr
Song "A Hundred Fathoms Deep."
Piano Duet "Hungarian Dances"..
. rs. Mott-Smlth, Miss Von Holt.
Mr. Paul Iscnbcrg.
Trio "Romance and Allegro
Pianoforte, Mrs. Mott-Smlth; violin,
Professor Yarndley; viollnccllo,
Tho following program has been ar
ranged for tho concert at Kawalahao
Seminary Krlday evening:
'Action Song Morloy
Mllllo and Iloso Ahulokn.
Violin Solo Selected
Evening . Houbor
Cornet Solo Selected
A Quarantine Story
MIbs A. Hitchcock
Misses Hitchcock and Pugsley; Mes
srs. Ilryan, Wilson, Stokes, Pink
ham and Ueardmore.
Violin Solo Selected
Prof. Paul Egry.
A number of musicians from tho
band will also take part.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Furnished or unfurnished house
keeping rooms for rent. See To Let
Tho Bcrgstrom Music Co. can sup
lily your wants In music and plnnos.
Sec their ad.
Mrs. Fry, wlfo of the skipper of tho
schooner Aloha, accompanies her hus
band on this trip.
Henry Watcrhouse & Co. have a
stock of Clifford's guaranteed Olive Oil.
See their nd on page 2.
Dr. Hodglns has removed his ofllco
to tho corner of Ucrctanla and Rich
ards streets. Sco notice under Special
Notices Wants column.
II. Smith, a California stockmnu, was
a passenger from San Francisco In tho
Aloha yesterday afternoon. Ho came
In chargo of fifteen mules.
A meeting to consider tho formation
of n chess club will bo held at Wavor
Icy hall on Monday evening. All In
terested In chess aro Invited.
Tho program of tho charity muslcalo
to bo given Tuesday, May 22 at the
homo of F. J. Lowrcy appears In tho
second column of this pago today.
COPIES OF THE TERRITORIAL
LAW MAY BE OBTAINED BY PLAC
ING ORDERS AT THE BULLETIN
OFFICE OR NEWS AGENCIES. FIVE
CENTS A COPY.
The Board of Health will meet this
afternoon nt 3 o'clock, when a second
hearing will como up In tho caso of Dr.
Noblett and tho usual batch of routine
business bo (Uapnrrlictl
All Interested In tbe Young Woman's
Christian Association aro requested
to attend an organization meeting at
tho Y. M. C. A. hall Thursday evening.
See ad under New Today.
Tho new blanks for building permits
have been printed and aro now being
used. One pago of tho blank contains
tho full text of tho sanitary regulations
of tho Board of Health for Honolulu
First round In tho ladles' tennis
tournament tins aitcrnoon. ah inter
ested In tho gamo aro cordially Invited
to tho grounds of tho Pacific Tennis
Club, Palaco Square, where tho matches
will bo held.
A great many peoplo aro expecting
the Copilc from San Francisco tomor
row afternoon but as none of tho boats
of her lino aro nllowcd to rush things,
slio will probably not be In until Fri
Mrs. D. Chambers has been compel
led on account of Increased business to
remove to larger quarters. She Is now
situated on Hotel street, Ewa of Steln
er building. Seo nd under Special No
tices, Wants column.
Tho Arlington Billiard Parlors liavo
removed to Fort street opposlto Lovo
building, where It will bo known as thu
Brunswick Billiard Parlors. Eovry
thlng first clnss and up to date. Cigars,
tobacco and cigarettes.
Purchasers of goods at tho Royal
furnituro salo will havo until C p. m.
of Friday, tho ISth Inst to rcmovo their
purchases, otherwlso they will bo re
moved at owners expense nnd risk.
Seo Jas. F. Morgan's column.
On account of changing tho brands of
flno stationery and closing out odd
stock, which, by tho way. Is as good
as tbo best, tho Golden Rulo Bazaar
havo put prices to tho bottom It will
pay to look this up, whether you neod
stationery now or net.
Minister Mott-Smlth Is very busy
getting tho affairs of tho Foreign
Ofllco ready to bo turned over to tho
different departments of tho new Gov
ernment on the 15th of June. Tho Ha
waiian Consulates abroad will all bo
notified by tho noxt mall out that thoy
aro abolished by limitation on that
Welau, a former police officer, ap
peared in tho Polico Court this fore
noon on tho chargo of assault and bat
tery on Mrs. Welau. As both women
wero intoxicated when tho alleged aJ
sault took place, thero wasn't much of
(i caso and tho defendants wero dis
charged. Welau said he supported his
wlfo by gambling.
For the Wet Weather
Ladies' and Gents' CRAVA
CLOAKS and COATS --wr
Also CRAVAHETTE by the Yard-Black and Assorted Colors
WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRON. Linen Carriage Wraps In
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
And see our snappy line of
: AT POPULAR PRICES:
This is one of them.
AND NURSERY CLOTH
: Made'of White Muslin closely quilted and washable
an article highly appreciated by good housekeepers.
Size 42x76 $ 1.2? each
4x76 1.7? "
68x76 2.25 "
ij4 inch 80c. yard.
Importers of Dry
Sixty Days after the Hawaiian Territorial Bill Is passed the duty
on Europtan China and Crockeryware will be from 55 to to per
cent hlgr.sr 55 per cent on White and 60 per cent on Decorated.
The Present Duty Is 10 per cent on either.
NOW Is your time to purchase what you want In this line before
prices are advanced.
STERLING SILVER from the factories of Reed and Bai ton and
Whiting Mfg. Co.
We will hive a Special Sale for the next thirty days, commenc
ing April 28th.
THE REDUCTION will be 33 1-3 'per (cent. Our assortment
Is very complete.
PLATEDWARE will be also sold at special reduced prices.
RICH CUT GLASS, for the next thirty days at a 25 per cent
All of our goods are maiked In plain figures and the old prices re
main with the new.
WW. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery and Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
H MR AA
Goods. 519 Fort St.
IN : TARIFF
Oak Sets, $40 uo
Cor. Fort and Berefanu.
Don't waste money; go to a practical
watchmaker. Cleaning, ft. 50. Mala
spring, f 1.50. ah worn warranted.
M. B. LUCAS,
Gold and Silver Smith,
205 Hotel street, nr. Benson, Smith & Ccv
Initial Performance of .
Written esp:clally for ERNEST
HOGAN by ALLAN DUNN.
A Musical Ft r.e Com:dy In
FULL OF NEW SONGS
At a meeting of the Directors of the
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.,
LTD., held May 9th, Mr. Ed. F. Green
was elected treasurer and manager of the
said company. ED. INGHAM,
Honolulu, May 14th, k;co. isjitj
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