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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 05, 1900, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: UONOMJLU, lL, l TUHSDO, JUNE l!)()0.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
AND HOTEL STS.
HONOLULU ;DRUG GO.
in Need of DRUGS
o to the
HONOLULU DRDS CO,,
HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
: Delivery : to : Waikiki
ANY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
delivered from cither of our stores daily to
Hotels and Restaurants.
CIVIC FEDERATION PLAN
THE ORPBEOM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
J6TMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
lit do had for tho money.
OLOSINO OUT ALIj OUU DOMESTIC
Heaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and -rocars.
Navul Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln llloolc, Klin: street.
2. nsig" Stoxes-
Ihe W.itorhouse Store
' RCTIIEL ST.
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KING AND FORT STS.
llaro boon Micr'flcod thnt you and I
might tat lie delicious Lewi' Own
C'uru Hhiiii nnd BnmkfaH liacoti.
in Fort St
R.u Wstate Transaotioni-
sii -wijtr .irt Inrntslod with from Il
tt tut ,1-1 wk. fjiTliiR no acuarr
-otin nt dH Iw-nt tthvilghif-H, IfMeH, t
1 hiic, j.oir- I Htiurrty, xia . (c, v. tit t
lr (JlnC' ou ''rt'
I n.ir it hi. I'm.., .1111 i-r Hon I
A. V. GEAR
iiki liuilritUK, Hnnnlia.
'I'lic follow Iiir sclirini' uf niKnnira
Hon Iiuh been iimpped out for tho CIvP
Article 1 Niim" The nnine of tills
organization shnll ho Tho Civic rcilcrn
tlon of lloiiolulit I
Artlclo 2 Objects Tho pnrposcH of
thin organization slinll bo: Klmt, tho
formation of nn Inllticntlnl, non-poll-
tlcnl, non-scctnrlnn association, cm
blueing nil the foices that nro now la
borlm; to ndvanco the municipal, phll-
iiiitliroplc. Industrial, esthetic anil
moral Interests of Honolulu, and to
U30 nnd nlil such forces In promotion '
tho honesty, utllclciicy nnd economy of
Its lnuulclpal life and government, and
the highest welfare of Its citizens.
Second. To serve as 11 medium of
acquaintance and sympathy between '
persons who reside In different parts or
tho city, who pursue nrlous different ,
vocntlons, who arc by blith of different '
nationalities, who profess or embrace (
creeds or no creed, who for nnv of these
icasons are unknown to each other
hut who, nevertheless, have similar In- !
tcrests In the well being uf Honolulu,
and who ngrco In the desire to piomote
every Kind of municipal welfare. I
Third. To Inereaso tho nunibei mid
efficiency of the agencies designed to
discover and correct abuses in inutil
clpal government nnd public affnlrs.
nnd to Increase the Interest of the
citizens In Biich matteis b securing
tltc utmost prnctlcnl Hppnintion of
nninlclpal nllnlis from Territorial nnd
To labor to beautify Honolulu, to ex
tend Its paik system, to perfect Its
sanitation, and to make tbe city 11 tour
ist resort of International reputation.
As early as possible after his rim
tlou the president shall appoint n
chairman foi each of the followlnr
committees, these chairmen at the flirt
meeting of tho executive committee to
submit for approval their associates
Parks. lJoiilevnnhi and IMeiisur,
(Iroiiiuliv Morals and Public Sentiment
Legislation, Abuses and Public Inter
ests, Publicity nnd Advertising, ns
and Menus, Membership nnd Auxllinr
Organizations, Streets nnd Alleys.
The dues of the league were set at ?1
11 year, which they bellevo Is icason
ablo enough nnd a sufficient Incentive
for well minded .voting men of the cltv
BOARDING AND LIVERY'
njptccls, Contractors and
ltigs sent to any part of thoJoU)lnK . .nil,llllly . Ai.,..i,,i : n,
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
WJM. T. PATY,
Store end Office rinlnr.
I'Mnsand LttlmalM rurnlihed.
Hotel St'eet. near Reretanfa.
O. a.IIowaid, Jr.
rlp!looei io3S ft 156
P. O. Boi n
O U. DERREY. : Manager. '
DlfUcult Collections a Specialty.
HOWAllD & TltAIN,
I Suit j, MoJtl Block. IIONOLULU.'OAKUH.I.
I P. O. Boi ?oj, Teltpboric fif
H. L. KERR & CO.,
i Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Room 10, Sprcckclt Building,
tnlltances. No fee
tlnn l rmdr
specialty. Prompt re
charged unless collec
Hnrk Dominion S-i. j
San Francisco. May 25. The old
hark Dominion for many days given
up for lost b expert nun lucre, has
nrilvcd safely at Syduc. N. S. V. A I
10 o'clock this moinlng iciusurnure '
was being offcied on the ehsel nt tb'
late of 03 per cent. Shortly nfter II
o'clock hcrnnival was cabled. Tho his- (
tory of the lelnsiirancc on the Domin
ion Is one of the most peculiar that h.is
evir appealed to speculators on ships
and their vojnges. She sailed from Ta
coma on March 4th of this year for
Sydney, bo that she was only out S2
days, not an uncommon oyage for a
K other Rings, Watches, Brace j
lets, pins, nnd an extensive variety j
I i velry
ki. 'J, BJLA.LIT. !
C. A. GROTEI
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First c.ass work guaranteld
Uidon St. near Hotel 1509
fieo W. Pce 1l. fj
, . W. BritJilee P. O, Box nS
I BBARDSLUE &' PAGH
ArchJtects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2M Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
I Dealers in Lumber and Ooat.
I ALLEN & ROBINSON,
I Qnomi tr"t Honolulu
, W. H BAOTli H. W. UAtntl
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wo1'.
Klctitrlt Sum, tl. Queen tij Merchtot, Hoadt'k
av-Jobblnc prorartly Attended iu."V
j Tel. WIllliMl. I' O. Hnx273
Ih. F. BBRTELMAN'S
; Carpenter Shop
Vo rear of old stand. Entrance on Kl.ig
itreet. Orden left at either shop, or office,
at John Nut's i'Dre, Klnu street, will rt
.elve prompt attention. MJitf
We have just marked and placed on sale another large shipment o merchandise direct from
I New York, comprising among other things some of the latest novelties for ladies' evening wear,
arriving just in time for the approaching opera season.
French Silk Gauzes.
With alternating satin and lace stripes, 443 inches wide, in
iblack and all the popular evening shades pink, light blue,
ima'ze. lavender, black snot, with silver threads, black with
(.jpatjn stripe and ecru lace inserrion. Nile green, maize with
fan tin ;hinp: nnH prrn l.irp irKPrhnn hlur.k snnnolprl with irnlH
)iequins, black spangled with cerice sequins, and white
too numerous for individual mention, comprising chiffons,
jsilk mulls, liberty silks, c.
This most desirable fabric we import direct from Japan, and
the numb r of good dualities it possesses is astonishing. It
resembles silk n lustre and strength; it is made from a vege
table fibre, and consequently washes, laundering peifectly;
it does not readi'y crumple or muss, but once rumpled it is
readily pressed so that 't looks as good again' as new. In
spite of its extreme thinness, its strength is remarkible. It
makes one of the daint'esr of evening dresses.
1 Gimps and Pussamenteries Galore.
I For trimming evening dresses. We have a stock very corn
I plete in all evening shades, in bead passamenteries, silk ap-
nlimipc phliTnn rnmi :inH rnphinps. ;pnnin. in nil rolnrs
I UllUUWf w,....w.. .v.... -.. -.. ...w, ww,v....v ... .... wv.w.h.,
Lseauin trimmings and applique, and a host of others too
numerous 10 mention.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves.
We carry the world-known Dent's kid
gloves than which no better is made. We
have 'hem from two-clasp length up to
wenty-two (22) button length. We hae
hem in black, white, pink, light blue, laven
ler, tans, etc Any one wanting a first
lass, pei feet lifting glove, will do well to
call and examine the De t gloves. Their
priceisno higher It in ofhers in spite of
Just teceived and marked, a line of the latest in even ng
fans, no two alike. Among hem thetv are some exquisite
creations hand-painted, dai wily colored, with hand-carved
ivo sicks. No evening g wn will be complete without
cne'of these 'ans. Come and see them
Jtbl icccived direct from Europe, a hilf doien opera capes
which we b lieve will be pronounced by competent judges to
be the triumph of the dressmaker's art. 1 heie are no two ol
these alike in any respect, and any lady wanting a teally clrck
a ul up-to-.dte cape should see these at once. They are so
flew and so desiab e they will not last lon.
'S?? &&Fi&- tezn.&
NnU fl Wfn f rt rtilinr ciiMnr.ii- fKnn j
k V U. MU VJ Ull UIIIL1 .1111111 l.l III. Ill ! . J
'feveninp wesr . . ?!' "
rlraiSS oi2 t&i!
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Our stock of (his is very romp'ete and choic, we buying
only of the very best makeis with the most advamed deis and
styles This slock is worthy nl inspection
Have just phced on sale another line of
ladies' waists, in both colors and white, com
prising ever thing that is latest and new; and
what is of some imparlance, they are marked
For the benefit of tourists who come here
uiirrepared with suitable clothing adapted b
fri climate, we would savthat our shiit waists
tnd our reidy-made skirts of linen and cocrf
Joth etc., should p ove a boon.
We h,i i-j jt teceU id dlrec frjin New Yor.c, a very choe Ine of f e I it id 11
NEC1CWEAU. There ii not in uld numb-rh the lot. The have ben vrvc:t
fully s-lectcd, .11 d will only have to be seen t Ve jppreclat-d,.
In nddltln 1 v e have our iisimI strck of caretiill y selected Gents' Fum'-shlncs.
B3 F. EHLERS & CO.