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RVONINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1906.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pnco S, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ad.
OI8H0P TRUST CO., LTD.
April lit. 135,
HOUSE 4 bedrooms, Klnau St. J35
OFFICES In modern bulldtng, King
rtreet near Kurt, f 15 and $20.
Urlght Japanese boy who speaks good
Kngllsh seeks a position In storo or
oIT.ce. Address Waklinoto, 1' O. Dox
As stenographer, shipping or warehouse
clerk. Experienced man. Adress X,
3 paying properties on Yoing street.
Will sell separately.
S I0'" """" '"l "" ? "l Station on Tuesday morning nt II
ivv nuau nanca, n.au. i.- ., - . . , nn , hlln.
"" 3" " dred of the friends of Admiral and
I Mrs. I.yon were present nt the moment
' l. n. . .. n ihiim.IiiiI Ititn n filll.
iFlne. corner lot In MailUl. Curbing, the former was converted Into a full-
An Inteicftlng and lmprcr,".e rere tllancberg, A 8, Cleghorn. Mr. and Mrs.
mony was enacted at the Naval V M Swanty, Mr and Mrs. Alex. Scolt,
Uulldlng lot on King street 10x130
Tti, etc. Ueautlful location
Wrll Improved lot with three cot
tars. $00 per month, net reenuc 10
ski cent. A bnrgaln.
Fine residence with large 1st, King
Street 3 bedrooms.
Mr nnd Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mr. and Mrs
Clcrrlt 1 Wilder, Mr. nml Mrs. A. r
Taylor, Capt. and rMs. Uasll Comb,'
Jimnltn C. II. Stanley. John II. Illlss,
C M. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Scott,
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTO.
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vliiejanl
St and cottage of 2 bedrooms on
I"eck Ave. Apply 8. 8 Peck. 297
Furnished housekrwnlnit rooms with
gas; also 5-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No. S, Cottage drove.
A two story houso. No. 1036 Green
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
.pply C. D. Reynolds. 3317-tt
f .! .. 1 11 flnlnna Anlin
water, fruit and smamenUl trees nengeii rear aumirai oi me umieu .r. mm ... ... y. u...v.
nJ ill lamroTenrnts Twe mlm- Stales nay. The blue silk pennant Kockcs. W. I.. Stanley. Mr. and Mrs.
?.? walk : ES m and Punako" Ub the mo hlte stars, waved In the Hoffmann. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Coui
nn. I Aid.. P thl. offlcs e at "' lP ' "aval flagstaff ens. C. Howell, ri I'. S. nosslter. Mr.
C.llege. Address H. F this omco. , ....... nBll .nil Mr, Ai aarUey. rjenevlcvo Ulako,
l'ur Plymouth Reck eggs, and young
martial music gave an Inspiring touch Georgia Blake,
Mrs. C. A. Illake, Mr.
i A. Wilder. Sarah Car-,
'au mair mna raunE . . . . l. t. . . tt.ii.i... a..-..!. -
.... p.M, - . -D ,,. ,,, .,nVAi mrpmnnv. i nn uouuie rnnK unu .irs. juiiii' .v. iiuvi. ouiuu wor.
rtl.lnlrnna n,nt mftnK eAA . AnillV. . . .; . ... .l- m .- t.-l.l.l.. . f.. .. tl.nll... tf '
""' " - ",,'.,; "of marine guaru aune oaseoi wic un icr uuuuiu, are, jut ni. ".
larm Cornn, klag and '!,,,',talT. nnd flanked on either side by the Annie S. Bishop, Miss Cordelia Walker,)
treets. 3.96-K..a()r. of lh. v s Iroquois and the Miss Agnes Walker, Miss Lucllc Dun-,
-n . """ " lfn.. n.tnn l.nn.1 mn.tn nn ImnraillvA linm Mr. Illlll MfB. .1. A. nttmAII. AlfX.
VVtgi In setting. Pure bred Plymouth ;,ht seventeen guns saluted the new Lindsay, Jr., T CIIo Davles, British
llnnlf. t.MA.1 nr wliltA. TMAflhttne '.. . .. .. .- ... ., 1,1.- ......I. 1-.II.1. t 1n. In. t.ll.-l
,,vn.n, .......... -. -..loii nag. nnu alter mis me uregua iireu vita vunoui, i-unu ..,, iya,,v, n.-i
White 831. '"""Isalute of thirteen guns and from thn fcbeth Locke Peck, Wm. W. Hall. Mrs.;
ror cotlnfi. drlnklnfe, ond cooklnfi
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
-." GOOD sf
3 Great Dano pups. Inquire of II. Den
nlron, Mnklkl and Wilder Ave.
Cheap Heme near Park; WalklkL
Address Is. S. KH Bulletin.
Mnnnlng there was also n salute of thlr- K. V. C. Hall, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
teen and a return salute from me .miss .Mario von uou, .Mr. anu .Mrs. i..
naval station of seven completed a new M Boyd. Mrs. R. C. Van Vllet, Mr nnd
experience for the assembled guests. Mrs. James Lyle Mrs J. II. Soper, Mm.
At the conclusion the Royal Hawaiian I A. Schaefer. Miss Elsa Schaefer, Jas.
band played National airs. After con-1 Hannah, 10th Infantry; Mrs. Hannah,
gratulntlng the Admiral nnd his benutl- Capt. and Mrrs. A. Fuller, Jno. 11. Slim-!
ful wife, icfreshments nnd punch were man, 10th Infantry; Mrs. Sluirmau,
served from the flower-bedecked lanals Mrs. B. L. MacNell, Mr. and Mrs, B,
of the Naval Station. Mrs. Lyon wai W. Monan; Miss Monan, Mrs. Schocf-
iT n.u.i.i .i.n. .i 'OOSISICU in IH1S pleasing uuiy uy iaa ici, iwueccu .ucuiiicu. i.civiu, in. -,
liana Ian and Oriental stamps. ot-lj(1 of tlle Navnl station. It was a Klamp, rs. Jas. Dougherty, Mrs. Kred
HtaiaTtMtD u. s. fr. ornos
DlVn'i ChocaltK (uoiwecn-d), 1 .2 lb. ulet
Ctrmo Sweet QwcoUte, 14 lb. tiVti
Tor Snt by Lratllns Crocrrs
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 MICIICST AWARDS IN CUROPE
lng. Ttkata, 1284 Brt 8U
Hawaiian Dallasttng Company. Umbrellas r.palrcd and bnass polish'
ue uiock ssuu irom ia 10 4 a lona
according to distance hauled. Corat
rock for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St; P. O. box 920,
Telcrbono Mala 396.
For a nice, smooth shave oall at the
Criterion Bhno. 1111 Port 8t
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and clean
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nlshca employees. 620 Klag SL
For house-help, phone White 2801, Ma
klM. General Employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Bcretanla.
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone
Main 458. 3117-11
Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has tnorod to the piano wareroomi
of h. E. Thayer & Co., 1(8 Hotel 8L,
opposlto Young Hotel. All order
for tuning promptly attended to.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and TTntosu
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. Alt work ,guarantaed.
"Enos Bros., Union above Hotel SL
8e Hastings for repair of Loek,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Roar Union QrlU.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
D08TON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Piano taught In 6 menths by experi
enced teacher; 83 month (8 lessons);
unnrlal attention to adult beclnncrs.
Add.-esa Music, this office. 3328tf IOENWALD BUILDING.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KINO ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR.AT-LAW, S02 STAN.
icttmges la Chrlstly Ine. Apply
Wong KM, Smith SL, msuka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
Two. story house at Watalae and 6th
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3324-lm
Newly furnished mosquito proof roomt.
nt 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
MOOIVl AND BOARD
Voora and board for X gentlemen at
lllr. King St. 3S2Mm
cards, newspaper wranplngs. Will
exchange. Address IUfiidolph Stu
art, Greenwood, British Columbia.
By a gentleman, room and board In a
prUate family. Address 11. S. D
Bulletin office. 3330-tt
gay nnd brilliant sight for the consular Church, Miss Hucklcbury Neumann,
corps nnd naval and army olllccrs were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson, Mr. nnd
In full uniform. Captain Merrnll and Mrs, It. II. Chamberlan, II, M. von
ofllcers of the Oregon were present, and Holt, Consul for the Netherlands; Ida
Captain Mcrrell looked so much like on Holt, Mrs. Martin, Isabella Martin,
Admiral I.yon that ho wna constantly Alex. G. Hawes, Jr., Jno. D. Yost, U.
being taken for him, much to tho S. A.; E. It. Stackable, Jno, U. Schocf
amuccment of everybody. Among the fcl. Capt. 10th Infantry; Mr. nnd Mrs.
names In the guest-book, which was In Geo. Rodlek, Mrs, I, Thos. Hagner, J.
charge of Paymaster Hagner, were tho'R. Dykes, U. S. N.; Mary Harrington
following: Nlblnck, J. K Carter, Lieut. U. S. N.:
R. Do II. Laynrrd, 11. B. M.. Consul; 'It. U. Kldd. Sanford B. Dole, O. O.
Mrs. Layard, Jas. a. Spencer, Chani; Haskctt, A. P. Nlblack, U. S. N.; Iiulia
Tso Kan, Chinese Consul; Mrs. Fan. I Bradley Watson, Lena M. Slattcry,
A. I C. Atkinson. Acting Governor; Elizabeth Slattcry. A. J. Lon, Mrs. W.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening Edw. Davis. Ilritr.-flen., U. S. A.; Jnu.lC. Parke. Miss Parke. James B. Barnes-
w. sneiuon, 1 w. Kicuaiin,
Dr. and Mrs. W
C. B. Cooper,
Bay horse, no brand, strayed from Uor
otnnla St. near Kaahumanu school.
Reward at this office. 3332-tX
1I1C tVniy XUiilUll Ul lUC ItVCMUlt. .un. u,l., ui(H.-v..., u. u. .., Mt.w.iw. .M.nv..- ....v.H..
Bulletin give a complete summary of . Mcrrell. CapL U. S. Navy, U. S. S. son, A. W. Sheldon, K
the news of the day. For SI a year. Oregon; Dr. Armltage. J. It. Slattcry, I Mr. and Mrs. It. Kocke, I
list. Lieut. Corps of Engineers, U. S. III. Mays, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Blank books of all sorts, ledeers A.: K. A. Schaefer. Consul for Italy; IV Col. Soper. Anna B. Dole. Marie Oor
etc.. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub. II. Armstrong. C. P. Humphrey. Jr.. dan. R. A. Gordnn, Mr. and Mrs. P., C,
llshlnc Company. CapL U. 8. A.; A Haneberg. Helene Jones. Allto II. Jones. Prince D. Kawa-
nanakon, Mrs. K W Macfarlone, Mr.i.
R, D. Walbrldge. Marie C. Cushman,
Alice M. Mucfarlane. Marin L. Caraher,
Anna C. Ray, I. Thos. Hagner, U. S.
N.; Mrs. Ranncy Scott, Mrs. Richard
Ivcrs, Capt nnd Mrs. Ingram, U. S. A.;
P. S. Rossltcr, U. S, N.; Katherlne M.
Kiillor. Wm. C. Harllce. U. 8. M. C;
W. i:. Smith. Eldred H. Davis. Capt,
Bergcr and forty members of tho Roy
al Hawaiian Band.
Captnln Mcrrell, of the Oregon Is a
Justly famous man, and his career has
been a long one. He was n member of
the Dnrlcn expedition, and his services
In China were remarkable. Ho Is snld
to have made tho longest Journey lu
Interior China since tho Htli century.
Socially he Is a great favorite and In
always Inundated with Invitations.
Miss Irmgnrd Macfarlanc's marring".
to Major George Potter will probably,
occur In the first half of April. The
wedding will bo strictly a family af
fair with a fow Intimate friends In
cluded. The neddtng will take place ul
the MiicfirUne mansion. Miss Mac
tarlaue Is one of the popular society
i;lrli of the Islands and Major Potter
In well kuonn and well liked. The
lirblo-elcct has been at Anutmanu tor
Rcvcr.il weeks, She has been the recip
ient of Innumerable cups, queers and
The Invitations for the Judd-Cartcr
nuptials read as follows: "Mrs, A.
Kraticli JuJcI requests the honor of
your prejsnee nt tho marriage of her
daughter, Sophie Boyd, to Mr. Gcorgo
Paul Cooke 011 Wednesday evening, tho
fmirfh nf ini-ll nt nlirtit.tMrtv nYlnpfe.
Central I'r.lon Church, Honolulu, Ha
wjII." There are also cards for the
leception and "At Home," after June
fifteenth, 1C21 Keeaumoktl street.
A nrettv llttlo tea was given on Mon
day by Mrs. Alexander Scott at her
apartments at tho Alexander Young
hotel la. honor of Mrs. Alfred Nlblack,
whose departure Is ro much regrcttcr
by all her friends. Ices, cakes, sand
wiches, tea and coffee which were
Bcrvcd by a fetching little Japanese
girl, helped to pass a very agreeable af
ternoon. Among those present besides
Mrs. Nlblack were. Mrs. Swanty, Mr,
von Holt, Mrs. Henry Lyon, Mrs.
Schaefer, Miss Winston, Miss Foreman.
Miss Paris, Mrs. Asctl, Mrs. Charles
Cooper, and others.
Mrs. McDonald, who sailed for her
homo In Hnllfax, N. S.. to enjoy a few
months' vacation, has left the Lowers
I place in charge of Miss Tracy, of chat.
Ing'dlsh fame. This fact speaks for It
I self, and tho guests are In tho greatest
Captain Sayce. who has a cottage at
the Hotel Annex, expects to go to lllla
and the Volcnno on Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. II. V. Murray are hap
py In the possession of a little son, born
Mr. Lyle A. Dickey has bean qulti
111 at the Quctn's hospital with ap
pendicitis. Additional 8ocll New on P 3.
SECOND ANNUAL GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
At The GLOBE CLOTHING Co's., Store
This Is The Last Day Of The Great Sale
Every Article Marked Down to Easy Buying Figures
$J5 to 11.50
J3 ,. 9 50
II 7 50
$5 to 3,50
4. ,, 2.75
3.50 2 25
J. 50 I.
$20.. to 13.50
$1.75 to 1.40
$10 and J 2.50 Reduced to 8.00
Boys suits rded.
$9. to 6.
'8. ,, 5.25
,7. ,, 4.75
' 6. 4.25
Dress Suit Cases
$10. Rded. to 0,
,i3U i, ff Oi
Bow Shield Ties
25c to 3 for 25c
50c Ties Rded. to
Midget string ties
25c to 15c
7 he Poor man cannot afford to wear poor clothes the Prudent man will not wear them,
. The rich, the poor and the prudent will take advantage of this great sale at
The Globe Clothing Co., 64 Hotel Street
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