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BULLETIN; HONOLULU, E. I., Fill DAY, JUNE 8, 1900.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Head ache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
When in Need of DRUGS
go to the ""
HONOLULD PROS CO.,
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Prescript Inn Dru3glts.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
- - On Ice --
All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vecetables
TURKEYS. DUCKS and CHI :KEN. Try one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH iALWOM and H'lunder, imoked Si nvm and Halibut.
FREH POTATOES and Onl n. CeiveUt -usages (in folli, "And In Swetts.'1
FROZEN OYS I ERS bth Clliornta i.d Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil).
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS and Marshmahows. '
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 Bier Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
We have Just marked and placed on sale another large shipment of merchandise direct from
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 sarin and lace stiipes, 441 inches' wide, in
black and all the popular evening shades pink, light blue,
ma ze, lavend;r, bhek shot, w th silver threads, black wilh
satin stripe and ecru lace insertion. Nile green, maize wilh
satin stiipes and ecru lace insertion, black spangled with gold
sequins, black spangled with cerice sequins, and white
spangled with silver Mequins These are only a few of a stoik
too numerous tor individual mention, comprising chiffons,
silk mu'K liberty silks, &c.
This most desirable fabric we import direct from Japan, and
the numb r ot good qualities it possesses is astonishing. It
resembles silk in lustre and strcnytn; it is mace trom a vege
table fibre, and consequently
it does not readily crumple or
readily pressed so that it looks as good again as new. In
spite of its extreme thinness, its strength is remarkable. It
makes one of the daint'est of evening dresses.
Gimps and Passementeries Galore.
For trimming evening dresses. We have a stock very com
plete in all evening shades, m bead passamenteries, silk ap
pliques, chiffon ruffles and ruchings, sequins Jn all colors,
sequin trimmings and applique, and a host of others too
sumerous to mention.
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KINO ANCTFORT STS.
washes, laundering perfectly:
muss, but once rumpled it i.s
B, F. EHLERS & CO.
Hotels and Restaarants.
THE ORPHEUH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
WMEALS AT ALL HOURS: Ala
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
lu do had (or the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
. Mflrtets and rows.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Bltvk, King street
TTnrri . mm
Have boon sacr'flced that yon and )
might tat Mm delicious Lewis' Own
Core Hams and Breakfast Bacon.
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone tap. m Fort St
Real Eatate Transactions
datuitbcn are furnished with from n
u ill luts per week, grrloft an accnm
,03rd of all deedc, mortgages, leasee, r.
laMi, power of attorney, eto., ate., whlo
,r pUoed on reoord
1ihrrlttlon Price, SB.OOTper BeaUi
A. V. GEAR,
nrid Rnllrilnc Honolnm
BE OF INTEREST.
Just received and marked, a line ofl 'the latest in evening
fans, no two alike. Among ihem there are some exquisitr
creations, hand-painted, daintily colored, with hand -carved
ivory sticks. No evening gown will be -complete without
one of these fans. Come and see them.
Just received direct from Europ:, a half dozen operacapes
which we b -lieve will be pronounced by competent judges to
be the triumph of'the dressmaker's art. There are no two ot
these alike in any respect, and any lady wanting a really chick
and up-to-date cape should see these at once, jfl They are so
fiew and so desirable they will not last long. J j?
U. S. MARSHAL RAY.
Washington, May 2C. The position
of first United States Marshal of Ha
waii, It Is conceded, will go to D. V.
Ray of Illinois. Ray Is secretary of
Senator Cullom, who was cbalrmnn of
tho Hawaiian Commission that framed
the hill creating tho Territory of Ha
waii, and had charge ot tho trips mado
by Commissioners Cullom, Morgan and
Hitt. During the summer ot 1899 Ray
visited tho Islands a second tlmo In tha
Interest of the chairman of tho Com
mission, looking Into the question ot
Imported Asiatic labor. Ho visited
overy Island of the group and Is nc
qualntea with most of the planters unci
business men of note.
Ray, who Is now n man of CO, was
born In Columbus county, N. Y., but
has lived In Illinois many years. Ho
was secretary of tho Illinois Stato
Scnnto In 1873-74, and continued with
tho Stato government some tlmo In ft
seml-otlklnl capacity. Ho then locat
ed nt Springfield, where he formed a
close acquaintance with the leading
men In tho political Ufa of Illinois, In
1889 he came to Washington, and was
chief of tho surveying division of tho
General Land Offlco during tho Harri
son Administration, and later bec.imo
private and political secretary to Sena
tor Cullom. During several campaigns
he was chairman or acting chairman of
tho Illinois Republican Central Committee
WANTS OTIS ADVICE.
Washington, May 28. President Mc
Klnlcy Is anxiously awaiting the ar
rival of General Elwell S. Otis, tho for
mer commander of our forces in tho
Philippines, who will bo hero about
Juno IS. Upon his nrrlval hero ho will
bo ublo to give the President and hla
advisers a great deal of Insldo Infor
mation nbcut the situation In the Phil
ippines. Tho President will bo nblo to use tho
information to excellent advantage. Ho
will then probably bo nblo to fully de
termine whether or not It will bo nd
vlsablc for him to change his policy re
garding our far Eastern possessions.
Tho President Is nware of tho fact tint
It will not be an easy matter to bring
tho wnr to a close, but believes that
Gcncial Otis will bo able to give him
such advlco that he will be better nblo
to conduct tho war In the future to ad
vantage to himself and for a final end
ing ot tho controversy. As the caso
stands today, very, little can bo done
to wind up the war In the Philippines
until nil information General Otis hns
In his possession Is formally laid before
The use ot the Singer in millions of
homes shows the anprecedenfd suc
cess of theso IdeJ sewing ma Nines.
It Is convincing proof that tht Stager
ixcols In all kinds of family "Vfcng
and art needle work. All our l -vtng
machines are of the best conatruoOon.
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on sleected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artlstln designs. D. Ber
rrmm. cpnt. ts4 Bthe street.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves.
We carry the world-known Dent's kid
g'oves than wlvch no better is made. Wc
hive ihem from two-clasp length up to
twenty-two (22) button length. We hae
hem in black, white, pink, light blue, Iaven
Jer. tans, etc Anv one wanting a first-
fittiner clove, will oo well to
call and examine the De t cloves. Their
price is no higher hin others in spite of
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Bigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Road, Walklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
rlftoM 10S6 ft j. p. o, Boi r
I J A. WAIIA.CN
I Q. H. BERREY, : Manager.
I Judd Bulldlnc.
Difficult nolleftiDM a Specialty.
Room 10, Sprcckeli Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances. No fee charged unless collec
tion I. made 141
kad other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f J velry
EI. GK BjLAjRT.
rwV PnT STRPFT.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First c.ass work guaranteed
Union St. near Hotel- 1509
fVMir 1 WtrtA rn rVar ciiK.aie tli.n .
ffeveninp- wear . . .
I1WW a VVU'U Ull UlllLI JUU
Ladles' Muslin Underwear.
Our vlnrk nf this i wri rnmn'p nnri rhn'ra ma knuinn
only of the very best makers with the most advanced ideas and
styles. This siock is worUiv of inspection.
We have jist received dirct from New York, a very choice line of te ratst la
NECKWEAR. I here l not an old nunber 1 1 the lot. Tr.e5e hive be .mi wry sure
fully st lected. i nd wi I on'y have to bt setn to be ip reclated..
In addition w e ruve our usual stock of carefully selected Gents' fi rr.lshli :
architects, Contractors and Bnllden.
WiVl. T. JfAAl,
Contractor and Boilder.
St.r a4 Offlc. PIMa .
M ml EitlmitM FornltM,
1488 Hotel Street, near BereterHa,
0. A. Howard, Jr.
HOWABD & TBATJty
Sail. ,, Modtl Block, IIONOLULU.'OAHVXH. t.
P. O. Boi to). Ttltefto iS
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and" Builders
Co W. Pit. Til. n,
F. W. Burdtl. P. O. B r&
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 3-4, Arltattt Atunk,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates famish
at Short Notice. 1441
or ALL KHU8.
j Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
' ALLEN KOBINSON,
I QnMn (ttmAt. Hnnnlnln
W. H. Baith
H. W. Baith.
HodoIoIq Sheet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter W.
Rlctard, StrMt. Ux. Oums ul Mwc&ut, IfniiU'a
SVJobUoc promptly att44 t."W
Tel. White 41. P.O.noxtT
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance ta Klnf
itreet. Order left at either shop, r offer,
tt John Nott's itare, Kln'street, wlrlif
.elve promp attention. f4S'tf
Have just pi iced on sa'e ?nother line of
ladies' waists, in both colors and white, com
prising ever) thing that is latest and new; and
what is of some importance, they are marked
For the benefit of tourists who come here
unprepared with suitable clothing adapted b
this climate, we would savtlvit ourshi t wakts
ind our resdv-made skirts of linen and coveit
Joth, etc., should piove a boon.
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